About Me

Hi, I Am Catrockwriter

David Hartley is a Researcher in New and Disruptive Tech, Investor, proud grandpa, Writer, Evangelist, Trail Hiker, Web Developer, Brand Marketing

He is also working on an advocacy group to help at-risk foster youth in Rhode Island. He believes this is an American social issue in the 21st century. David’s short stories have been published on several blogs, and he currently publishes them on his CatRockWriter website.

He devotes his time to his grandchildren, hiking, investing, web building, social media marketing, researching emerging technologies, and working on his memoirs of growing up in Ecuador (both the mainland and the Galápagos Islands) and Greenwich, CT- USA, aptly titled:

“From Galapagos to Greenwich: A Memoir of Poverty, Adoption and Identity“

HIS MOTTO IS:

“I CAN’T SAVE THE WHOLE WORLD, BUT I CAN SAVE MY LITTLE CORNER.”

“MY CIRCLE IS SMALL BUT VERY STRONG, AND WITH GOD’S SHEPHERDING, IT KEEPS ON GROWING.”

There is much work to do to ensure all the members of our community are safe and robust as they age. I don’t think the path will be easy, but it will be fun if we all stick together.

My mom’s quote is always with me: 

“What have you done today to make the world a better place?”

 – (Elda Hartley)

Can I count on you?

72+

Programs & Training

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Daily Customers

20+

Work Session

1000+

Happy Customers

What I Do for Healthy Nutrition?

The Mediterranean Diet is a heart-healthy eating plan that emphasizes eating primarily plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and nuts. It replaces butter with healthy fats such as olive oil and uses herbs and spices instead of salt to flavor foods. Fish and seafood are eaten at least twice a week, while poultry, eggs, cheese, and yogurt are consumed in moderation. Red meats and sweets are limited to less often, and wine is consumed in moderation, typically with meals12.

The diet has been associated with a wealth of health benefits, including a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, certain cancers, and diabetesIt may also help with weight management and promote brain health1234The key to the Mediterranean Diet is its emphasis on whole foods and healthy fats, and its flexibility allows for a variety of foods and flavors, making it an easy-to-follow and enjoyable eating pattern12.

Learn more

1diet.mayoclinic.org2health.harvard.edu3my.clevelandclinic.org4health.harvard.edu5mindbodygreen.com6gettyimages.com+3 more

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