Hunger and exercise

Increasing exercise increases food cravings.  It’s one of the first stumbling blocks many face when aiming for weight loss; the counterproductive need to eat more.  Then I discover that balancing nutrition gets even trickier if you are trying to create some muscle mass while reducing fat stores.  Information sources Good decisions come from good researchContinue reading “Hunger and exercise”

How Not To Teach Someone To Cook

At some point in my mid-40s, I decided it was time to learn to cook.  This from someone who took cooking classes in high school.  Those classes didn’t help because of the very strict deadline.  It was always a rush to get finished.  No time to develop awe or passion.  Then, after all the tablesContinue reading “How Not To Teach Someone To Cook”

Browsing versus Building

I was an information browser long before internet browsers were invented.  This tendency manifests itself in a number of ways. When I finally had TV to myself and a remote control in my hand, I quickly became a channel surfer. In the library, I would play a game by walking down a randomly selected aisle, stopping randomly, turning eitherContinue reading “Browsing versus Building”