Injury recovery and exercise in April

Last year, I sustained a few pretty serious injuries while working. Most involved my arms (mainly my left arm), but one impacted my back and torso generally (and left me with internal bleeding for an extended period).

Over the next week I’m seeing a variety of doctors and specialists for follow-up on each of these injuries, but aside from the injuries themselves needing to be addressed, one ongoing issue has been an inability to exercise, compounded by COVID-19 restrictions. (I ended up gaining nearly 40kg between September 2020 and January 2021, of which I’ve now lost about 25kg.)

I always like to take a data-based approach to these things, so I’ve crunched some numbers ahead of seeing all the doctors this week.

I’ve split the rest of this post into multiple pages, covering different aspects.

New-look website

A few weeks ago, my desktop PC stopped working. Since then, I’ve been working off various other devices which lacked the unique setup of my desktop. I realised, in that process, just how inefficiently I had been doing things – I could not (easily) access the files and software I needed to keep things going. It’s been a massive pain. I’ve replaced my desktop now and am slowly setting everything up again.

I’m now going to be streamlining things a bit, starting with my website. While I still prefer working in HTML because I can basically do whatever I want, using WordPress as a CMS has its advantages, mainly that I can make changes from almost any device which can connect to the Internet.

I’ll be transferring stuff over as I have time. In the meantime, old versions of the site are still accessible.