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New Year, New Blog Design

“Sorry, boys, I’m so changeable. It is a weakness with me. But, to be fair to myself, it is my only weakness…” – James Moriarty

Happy new year! I hope everyone enjoyed the New Year festivities thoroughly and that you are now ready to take on 2015. As you can see, the blog’s design has changed a little bit. There’s some movement at the top and in the middle of the main page (if you’re looking at it on a computer). Mobile users don’t get the video playing so as to save them the bandwidth.

Among my many resolutions for the new year are to take better care of this blog, write more into it, give you more content. Then it dawned on me that this upcoming half of my second year of doctoral school is all about getting a thesis proposal together. As a result, I might not be posting as much as I want to, as often as I want to.

It’s okay, though, if the payoff is getting the thesis project up and running.

I won’t tell you how much or how little I’ll be posting in 2015, but I have the feeling it will be enough to keep me happy. And that is the point of this whole thing… To put my public (and private, under password) thoughts together and present them in a blog post. As the front of the blog states, some artists do their art on canvas… I express my self through writing.

I look forward to all our interactions this year, and in the years to come.

Thank you for your time.

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René F. Najera, DrPH

I'm a Doctor of Public Health, having studied at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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