TRT Update

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TRT Update

You may recall, on my last blog about TRT, I posted an update to say that I had moved from gel to injections. Sustanon, in fact. It’s very odd. I’ve been lifting weights since I was about 18 years old. During that time, I have avoided taking any kind of steroid, preferring to stay natural and, frankly, because I was … Read More

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

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TRT

Thankfully, I am getting older. Of course, there are aspects of it I am not too keen on, and I resent the bits that used to work quite well playing up a bit, but it is better than the alternative. Dead right! It has long been known that women in middle age go through a massive hormonal change which interferes … Read More

Another Door Closes

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Another Door Closes

Friends and fans of SMELLYOURMUM.COM* – we have some BIG news. Please read on… A few weeks ago, we sent out a message to say that we were closing for a bit, to take a little break. This was a little bit of a white lie. Truth of the matter was that we had been in discussions with an old … Read More

Vegan-ish: 18 Months In

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Vegan-ish. 18 Months In...

It was sometime in February 2017 that I went 100% plant-based. I thought it was time to do an update after the honeymoon period ended. There are certain “facts” that the vegan propoganda machine is keen to report. One of those is that you can get adequate amounts of protein with the vegan diet. I spewed this myself in the … Read More

Would You Clucking Believe It?

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Would You Clucking Believe It?

A few months ago, Vikki and I rehoused some ex-battery hens. Since their scrawny, baldy arrival, they have gotten plump and feathery. They no longer list from one tired leg to the other, they run fast, jump up on walls and generally boss the ducks around. And to think, if we hadn’t intervened, they’d be dog food by now. Remarkably, … Read More

Lacking Inspiration

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Lacking Inspiration

As someone who might loosely be described as an “artist”, I have often found myself going through a creative vaccuum. I am in one right now, which is why I’ve not blogged in ages. There are often many causes surrounding such a funk and, on this occasion, it is that my mind is occupied elsewhere. Sometimes I find things so … Read More

To The Rescue!

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To The Rescue!

We got three new additions to the menagerie today: Po, Phasma and Penguin. They are ex-battery chickens who had reached the end of their useful life so were due to become cat or dog food. Poor little buggers only stopped laying for a brief period as the moult but, any pause in egg production and they’re outta there! What a … Read More

Challenge Your Long-held Beliefs

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Challenge Your Long-held Beliefs

Something we are seeing a lot of lately is the phenomenon of Cognitive Dissonance. Brexit. Trump. Creationism. Religion. Terrorism. People are not only refusing to accept new evidence or listen to different points of view, they double-down on their own position, regardless of what they are presented with. Take Trump, for example. Most rational people thought it was a bad … Read More

Why Goal Setting Is Important

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Why Goal Setting Is Important

It’s January 1st 2018, traditionally a time to reflect on the previous year and look back at achievements made. It is also a time to decide what goals you should set yourself for the forthcoming year. But why is this important? If you were on a boat, setting sail on the high seas, you would want to know where you … Read More

Hail, Seitan!

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Hail, Seitan

I’ll be honest. One thing that I kind of miss since becoming a PBMF is the “bite” of meat. I spent 44 years chewing and chomping my way through all of the chickens and turkeys and piggies and occasional cows. That doesn’t make me proud (just guilty), but you will understand when I say that none of the pretend meats … Read More