Yes, you’re on a diet. …But don’t forget to enjoy yourself too.
- How long do you have to stay on the diet?
- While on the diet I started to lose weight, and then I stayed the same or gained for two days in a row! I haven’t cheated—am I doing something wrong?
- Do you ever eat fast food on the diet? How do you manage?
- Do you ever eat at nice restaurants on the diet?
- What about the holiday season? Do you stay on the diet at parties?
- Can you substitute meals or recipes on the diet?
- Other tips and insights.
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I don’t really like fresh vegetables or fruit, but this diet has helped me appreciate them more.
Summary of Scarsdale Medical Diet
Dieters follow the Scarsdale Medical Diet (SMD) strictly for two weeks, and during which fast weight loss is promised (7-15 pounds). After the two weeks, you switch to “Keep Trim” for two weeks, where you plan your own menus. “Keep Trim” permits additional foods, and more calories. You repeat this cycle until you reach your goal. Continue reading “Scarsdale Medical Diet—My Experience”
A customized ass-kicking no matter what level you’re at: a wimp like me, or a seasoned gym rat.
It all started when a close male friend of mine texted me, “Want to do something that involves a lot of sweating and grunting?” Dubious, I replied “…sure? Like what–hauling bags of water softener salt?” 😉 He proceeded to throw down the gauntlet and challenge me to a workout routine that could be followed through our phones. It was a great success.
This is the second part of a trio of blog posts on weight loss, food, and working out. I am a lazy cheapskate, and that makes it really difficult for me to get to the gym. Allow me to complain for a brief moment before I reveal the phone app solution we used. Continue reading “A Workout Plan for Lazy People”
Are you spending your time wisely?
I’ll warn you that while this is indeed a simply-designed exercise, it isn’t exactly short. So bookmark this page and come back to it when you’re ready to begin. Continue reading “Re-Evaluate Your Life With this Simple Thought-Provoking Exercise”
Eliminate the hassle of planning meals for an entire year.
This is the third part of a trio of blog posts on weight loss, food, and working out. I am a lazy cheapskate, and that makes it really difficult for me to get nutritious meals on the table. Allow me to complain for a brief moment before I give you my introduction and list of recipes. Continue reading “One Year of Recipes for Lazy Cheapskates”
I stumbled across a movement called minimalism this week, and it has really struck a chord. In some ways I have always been a minimalist. However, it’s not an idea that I had formally considered, so I haven’t fully incorporated it into all areas of my life. I think it’s time, now.
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The temple that you are building is a vessel for your consciousness, tend to this vessel with care, because it is sacred.
I’ve been thinking about temples and churches a lot lately.
There’s a few verses in Paul’s letters that mention the concept of a person or a community of people being a temple or a church. Christ is referred to as “the head” and the church is is “body”. Elsewhere, Paul tells us that our bodies are temples, and that god lives within it.
So, how on earth would this be relevant to an atheist? Continue reading “The Temple of Consciousness”
LEVEL ONE : A Weight-Loss Plan for Gamers & People Who Like Numbers
I’m not a dietician, and I’m not Weight Watchers, hell I’m not even a food blogger. This blog typically deals with heavier issues than weight (pun intended). I’ve made it abundantly clear elsewhere that I am not an expert on any topic that I write about, and that I write about whatever the fuck I want. So today, I’m going to give you my method for losing weight. Maybe it could work for you too.
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