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In An Act Of Extreme Self-Sacrifice, I’m Engaged In Some Unhealthy Eating During Coronavirus For The Public Good

Being stuck in the house is an excellent way to ruin a diet and get fat.  Or for me, get fat again. There is a risk that I could gain back the fifty pounds I’ve lost over the past eleven months.  Anyone else in quarantine is facing this same risk. This is why I’ve alreadyContinue reading “In An Act Of Extreme Self-Sacrifice, I’m Engaged In Some Unhealthy Eating During Coronavirus For The Public Good”

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Things To Eat And Drink When You Have the Coronavirus. Or Any Other Virus.

One thing that I’ve found infuriating about the coronavirus is the sheer number of shady characters trying to defraud the victims.  Some sleazebags are trying to claim they have a vaccine.  This is crap. Nobody does. Some reprobates are trying to hawk fake tests.  There’s an easy way to avoid these two things, though. IfContinue reading “Things To Eat And Drink When You Have the Coronavirus. Or Any Other Virus.”

Good Habits #1 – How To Eat Hamburgers Without Dying Young

Like any red-blooded American, I like hamburgers.  I really like them.  A lot. Of course, it’s not the healthiest thing you can eat.  I’ve seen butchers cutting steaks, and I’ve seen the fatty scraps of meat that they cut off and push to the side.  This is the stuff that goes into the grinder. SoContinue reading “Good Habits #1 – How To Eat Hamburgers Without Dying Young”

Bad Habits #1 – The Perilous Habits Of Bachelors Who Can’t Cook, But Often Try To

As I mentioned in my last piece, when I actually started tracking what I eat and where most of my calories come from, I noticed a few foods that were providing a disproportionate number of calories.  And it wasn’t necessarily the ones you might suspect. Sure, meats (particularly the fried and barbecued kinds) produce aContinue reading “Bad Habits #1 – The Perilous Habits Of Bachelors Who Can’t Cook, But Often Try To”

I Have Fewer Chins Than I Used To

So I’ve managed to lose about 30 pounds in three months.  Keeping the weight off has been increasingly a problem as I get older.  It doesn’t help that I’m a CPA by profession, a rather sedentary job which lends itself to a certain portliness.  I also got married not too long ago, and I discoveredContinue reading “I Have Fewer Chins Than I Used To”