Bottled water

Bottled water is one area of inefficiency that is well within my grasp to remedy.  After a prompt in a recent magazine article pointing out – again – just how inefficient bottled water is, it was time to take some action – again.  I’ve tried various drinking flasks, but none were satisfactory. I have beenContinue reading “Bottled water”

Swapping leverage for leaverage

Sometimes, being a bit inaccurate has its benefits. I’ve been mispronouncing the word “leverage”.  There is only one letter “a”.   But I added another.  Leaverage.  Well, I don’t know if it’s a mispronunciation or if it’s just that my accent is different to most of the TV shows I watch. Why is this inaccuracy significant? Continue reading “Swapping leverage for leaverage”

Scourering My Way Forward

Pot scourers work better when they are chilled.  Rubbish.  So why did I find two packets of scourers in the fridge?  This mythological chilling might be a palatable option if the idea of impending senility is desirably far-fetched.  A realistic option could be a subconscious recognition that cleaning up my eating habits fell into yetContinue reading “Scourering My Way Forward”

Drilling food habits

While researching the idea of training drills, I wondered if some of the benefits would fix my eating and shopping habits. There are downsides to drills because they involve memorising certain actions until each action is instinctive.  Instinctive responses can reduce flexibility and initiative.  This can obscure opportunities for beneficial change.  The problem is notContinue reading “Drilling food habits”