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Where have I been?

Dear family, friends, and acquaintances: For those wondering why I haven't been online lately, and haven't been posting to my blog. this is my reason... Four days before our (Nadia and I) 3rd wedding anniversary, on October 2 2021, what was suppose to be a weekend planned celebrating completely changed. While we hadn't planned a huge celebration, what we were looking forward to was an intimate dinner at one of our favorite restaurants, Tasty Indian Bistro, in Surrey. Where we ended up was the emergency room of VGH (Vancouver General), for what I believed was Covid19 related symptoms. You see all week long I had been suffering from mild heart burn and this annoying little cough, which I just couldn't get rid of. We went to the emergency room hoping they would rule out COVID-19, which they did, however their diagnosis was much worse than we had suspected. When I mentioned COVID to the emergency receptionists, she asked if I was vaccinated, and I responded yes with both do

On Hiatus

Hey everyone, I've decided that it's time to officially announce, that this blog is on hiatus. Life is wonderful, yet forever changing, and for this reason it's time for me to also make some changes.  Blogging has been so personally rewarding, and I appreciate all the support. However I can no longer find the time required to put articles together in a timely manner. As such going forward updates will be few and far apart, if any. I want to give a big shout out to all those that have supported me, and who knows what the future may hold...

Cut The Cord: New Years Edition

It's been a while since I discussed cord-cutting, so for all those interested here's an update. I still swear by Trakt as my go to for keeping track of all the TV shows that are watched throughout the house. If you have never used  Trakt  check out my previous post here . Recently I started using RealDebris ,  an unrestricted downloading service which will alleviate buffering for most serve on-demand content such as movies and tv shows. While it's not a perfect solution, it really does help with finding solid online content as well as minimizing buffering. However, something to consider with  RealDebris   is that it's not a free service! While it is quite reasonably priced, I bought a 6 month subscription for about $24CDN, working out to be just under $4CDN a month, it's still an added cost. I may check out other services in the future, and if anyone has a suggestion to other similar services, leave a comment. Recently I've been using both  Typh

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