Jeremy Ross

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Hello, Fujifilm. (Why I switched from Sony to Fuji)

It’s been almost two years since I left the DSLR world and have never looked back. Switching to Sony mirrorless was a significant upgrade in my overall shooting experience, but there were always a few things that nagged at me, things that I didn’t love about Sony that just felt missing. After too much time on YouTube watching comparisons and reviews, I decided that the things I was missing could be found with Fujifilm

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Sky on fire at Lake Winnipeg

We had so much fun this summer as we drove across western Canada. Our first stop was Winnipeg for Kristin’s great aunt’s 100th birthday celebration! We were also very fortunate to stay at her uncle’s cottage at Lester Beach (Lake Winnipeg), Here’s some shots mostly from the Fuji X100T of the sunset. nothing beats Fuji colour!

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I Put Butter In My Coffee

What’s in your coffee?


Six months ago I stumbled across an unusual additive that has completely transformed coffee (and breakfast) for me: Grass-fed butter. Adding healthy fats to your morning coffee is an incredible way to give your brain a boost in the morning, satiate hunger and continue the fast you began overnight (maintaining most of the metabolic benefits of intermittent fasting). Over time my coffee has evolved and every morning I now start my day by adding in grass-fed butter and Bulletproof Brain Octane Oil. Don’t have any unsalted grass-fed butter or Bulletproof Brain Octane oil? Try adding XTC oil, MCT oil, or coconut oil! While they do not have the same nutrients as grass-fed butter or the extra dose of ketones in Brain Octane, they are an easy way to get started with adding fat to your coffee. You will be surprised by how much energy you have and how satisfying your coffee can become!

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How I Lost 50 lbs and Found Myself Along the Way

Turning twenty-nine last August was a pivotal point for me for a couple reasons– first, I realized that this would be the last of my twenties, and there was something about that thought that left me unsettled.  Secondly, as I reflected on my age and impending doom, it began to settle in how I had experienced the majority of my twenties overweight and not in control of my health and wellbeing.  It was a trip to our newly appointed family physician that gave me the final kick I needed to get in control of my life.

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