Normally I do a tech gift-guide every year, but I’ve received requests from other groups to put together a list for them… here they are 😉
The first of a monthly series in which you ask the questions!
Kicking off 2017 couldn’t be more fun! This year starts with the hottest nootropic stack and the highly anticipated Apple headset. Let’s play!
What? Coffee supplements? Do not make coffee more complex you say? Hey it’s not me, it’s the market! Ever since Starbucks introduced the Mocha people have been adding stuff into their coffee to make it more… I don’t know, Phoofy. We like our decadent and rich coffee, so we add stuff to it. Let’s review of a few of my favorites, and the one’s I recommend you avoid!
It’s also Reading Awareness Month, so we cover two issues with one post!
There are tons of books on diet, wellbeing, losing weight, and nutrition. Here are some of my favorites.
Most people commit to some sort of health resolution for the new year. Many revolve around weight management. Here are some tips and tricks to create a life-long sustainable healthy weight for you and your family.
Although we tend to find more compassion, servitude, acceptance and love during the holiday season, it’s not always the case. It’s a general population attribute, jerks, and jerk-like behavior, exists.
Yes, it’s that time of year… time to plan ahead for those big storms. Snow and ice are coming, to most of you that is. Roads will be closed, and UPS won’t be able to deliver anything… like, for days!
Have you ever read some of the nasty things they put into bottled electrolyte drinks? Natural and artificial flavors, high amounts of refined sugar, color, and other chemicals to make it more commercially acceptable. You can do better, and you should.
I’ve often been the first person people hear about the negative attributes of soy from. They are shocked to know that is messes with both male and female hormones. Soy is often touted as a superfood or healthy alternative, but it’s not.