For the second day in a row, I received a puncture on my bike in the same location – Tooley Street, SE1, due to the disgusting number of potholes in the road. As I cycle to save money (the trains are revolting, and extortionate in price), paying ~£7/day for the 'privilege' of . . .
→Read More: Complaint to TFL
Months go by. Months where I'm in denial that I have a problem digesting wheat-based foods, and I go through phases of eating them with abandon: pizza, bread, most baked goods, most ready meals; all candidates for wheat-yumminess.
Without fail, however, I end up being punished. On occasions, it feels like I'm getting a cold . . .
→Read More: Back on the wheat-free wagon
It's now been four months since Operation Rotund started. I've posted a couple of updates, but nothing since the wedding and honeymoon (read: lots of yummy, yummy food) or the reception (more yummy food) or since I started cycling to work daily.
There's been good progress. I am now below the weight I was . . .
→Read More: Health update, and it's looking good!
I say Kindle as that's what I have (and it's fantastic!), but I mean e-reader in general; there's a bunch of different brands available now and they're all pretty similar.
Why an e-reader? They're small, and they pack a lot of content! Mine currently has about 80 books on it with space for probably . . .
→Read More: Get a Kindle – Life hack #2
Raechel and I didn't have a traditional wedding, but I wanted to make a speech. Here it is, in its entirety.
"This may look like a long speech, but it's not really. It's just really big writing.
You’ll have to excuse me – I’m not accustomed to public speaking, and I’m nearly as nervous . . .
→Read More: My wedding reception speech