Celebrating the 3 years of EyeCycled.com

In this video I celebrate the 3 years of EyeCycled.com

The domain was first registered on the 18th of March 2015, but the first blog post didn’t happen until the 4th of April that year. If you look through the blog’s archive you will find earlier blog posts, but that happened because I back dated the publication date to the time in which those things had actually happened and not the date I was publishing the posts.

What led me to create EyeCycled.com was a pilgrimage: The Camino de Santiago de Compostela. To me that was a significant life changing event. It was, at that point the longest bike ride I had done in life. The experience was so profound that I have not stopped ever since.

I am not sure what EyeCycled.com will become in the future. I have not drafted any plans for it, intentionally so. I wish it could become more and it could be something that not only keeps me busy, but sustains me as well. I try, however, to limit my expectations, and let it grow organically. I may not find as much time to write blog posts and edit videos as I would like to, but I’ll do my best at ensuring EyeCycled.com is here to stay.

To those that supported my work I am very thankful.

Also thankful to those I had the pleasure to ride my bicycle with or that I met throughout this time.

Regardless of your beliefs, whether you believe there is a God or not, I wish you all well and that you receive God’s blessings and live a long, prosperous, healthy and very happy life.


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