From Subs to Supps: Rise of the YouTube Sport Supplement Brands

I am a former obese man. Having struggled with nutrition and being overweight as a young man, I found myself  looking down at a scale in 2002 that was climbing past 325 lbs. I couldn’t look at what that final weigh-in was; I just knew it was too much.

Over the next few years, I sought information to help reprogram my mind as it related to nutrition, exercise, and supplementation. By 2004 I was a trim 185 lbs., and I’ve continued to maintain my health and fitness goals ever since. I am now in my late 30s, and in the best shape of my life.

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What I Learned From A WordPress Security Nightmare

It seems we can’t go a full week without reading a headline about a website security breach. Usually the story is about a big corporation because in headline news, the old adage “if it bleeds, it leads” is still applicable in the digital age.

Yet there are countless website security breaches that happen every day on the websites of small businesses, solopreneurs, non-profits, and bloggers that go unreported. These security breaches cause anxiety and stress unlike anything else in business when the website owner(s) and caretaker(s) don’t have a plan in place for a security nightmare.
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In Defense Of Using A WordPress Theme

Those of us who create websites for a living have a lot of foundational agreement on how great WordPress is as a platform. Yet there is topic area that I cannot agree on with my peers: The idea that pros don’t use themes for WordPress; we create from scratch every time.

My disagreement here is not just a casual, “You believe what you believe, I will believe what I believe.” No, I am calling out my peers as being wrong-minded. Incorrect. Missing the point. Nope. Stop that.

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