My Wife Has a Website

A few months ago my wife began her quest toward becoming a full-fledged web developer.

She’s now got a good basic understanding about computers in general, and today she set up her very own website (without any help from me!). The link to her site is here:

Needless to say, I’m very proud of her and wish her continued success on her long and rewarding journey.

Hardly Raw – Day 20

I’m tired of writing/editing in HTML, so I’ll probably move to a markdown-based blogging software in the near future. Here is some of the food that I remembered to log. It’s hardly raw anymore, but at least I’m still eating some salads every day.

Vegetarians in general get a reputation for eating only salads, and I’m not sure why. But raw, leafy greens are a great source of tons of nutrients, like iron. I didn’t eat many during my first year of veganism. I’m convinced of the benefits of leafy greens, so I doubt I’ll quit eating them anytime soon. I really should start eating more raw beets.

update (2013-10-05): Umm… yeah, I’m done with this (daily reporting of nutrition/exercise stats). It stopped being fun after about the first 10 days or so. It was a nice experiment, and I’m glad that Brittany and I are still incorporating more raw foods into our diet. I feel a lot better, but again, that might just be in my head.


  • English breakfast tea w/hemp mylk
  • 1 Brazil nut
  • oats
  • coffee
  • 1 large apple
  • hot pot
  • the standard mixed greens salad
  • Lady Grey tea w/4 ginger biscuits & some hemp mylk
  • creamy tomato soup
  • vegan red velvet cupcake
  • some kombucha

physical activity


Mostly Raw – Day 19


  • 1 Brazil nut
  • Irish breakfast tea w/splash of vanilla soy milk
  • rolled oats, flame raisins, coconut palm sugar, slivered blanched almonds, raw cacao nibs
  • coffee with a splash of vanilla soy milk
  • 1 large apple
  • mixed greens salad with vegan Parmesan cheeze and walnuts/pecans and some kind of vinaigrette
  • hot pot
  • Lady Grey tea with splash of vanilla soy milk and 4 ginger biscuits

physical activity