One thing I love about blogs is their impermanence. Once written, the content subsides.
Into the dark depths of the blog pond.
Unless it gets pulled to the surface via a link, like a hook.
I love impermanence.
I love acknowledging that all of this ~everything~ is destined to subside. That our attachments are ephemeral.
I originally attracted Matthew with a brief essay on impermanence, which I posted on an online dating site instead of a list of my personal characteristics. Apparently, impermanence itself can be a kind of hook. At least when fishing for particular things.
Despite my love for ephemerality & letting blog posts drop to the depths to lurk like catfish, here’s a splash to the surface for some 2014 posts that might be worth pulling up into the light of day.
2014 was all about the Autoimmune Protocol for us, particularly low-FODMAP and ketogenic versions.
Lots of people are looking for practical information on healing protocols. As an indication, some of my top-clicked posts this year were the AIP low-FODMAP food list, What Can You Eat on the Wahls Paleo Plus?, An Adapted (semi-ketogenic) Version of the Wahls Paleo Plus & 10 reasons to consider a Ketogenic Autoimmune Protocol.
Another well-clicked recipe is Emerald City Soup, which one of the few recipes I brought with me from the dark-ages of my raw-vegan days. It’s not a 2014 contender, as it was posted on December 25th of 2013.
I also like these posts…
- Documentation of my experiments in pursuit of flow & peak experience in Nutritional Biohacking for Peak Experience;
- Ongoing explorations into Nutritional Ethics (My ancestors came from candy-land) & Paleo Economics, two phrases that sound like something extant, but that I apparently made up: Now it’s time for… a brief treatise on Paleo Economics & Nutritional Ethics!;
- My ongoing inquiry to the application of research methodology to biohacking experiments, as explored in What proof? The Autoimmune Protocol;
- My love for psychology of change in Stages of Change;
- Consideration of lifestyle hacks, like the Electromagnetic Connection (more on this in 2015);
- My attempts to document how devastating autoimmune can be: Loving someone with a chronic illness; &
- What it’s like to slowly reverse autoimmune symptoms: A ‘blogiversary’ video~.
Here’s to your health in 2015!