This post is really directed to anyone studying full-time or living on their own and working so much that the mere thought of making healthy meals tires you out. Grad students’ situations just exemplify the worst of it.
The great thing about being single is being able to cook all of your own food (to put [...]
While you’re crunching retirement or networth numbers, or doing serious soul-searching into your dream career or life purpose, your brain is hard at work turning glucose into calories for all those neurons. You may just be sitting at your computer, but if you can feel the wheels of thought turning, chances are you’re burning calories [...]
NB: As you can imagine from watching a film like Food, Inc., it can be hard to separate the emotion and just report “calmly” on the plain facts presented by the film. Originally I wrote this the same day I saw it, but I’ve since gone back and edited it to try to tone down [...]
This is a fun problem I’ve thought about in the past, though never specifically with regard to money. With the recent personal finance bloggers’ weight loss challenge I’m participating in, though, I thought it made sense to try to integrate it with money management.
I once went on a very strict no-sugar diet (no sweeteners, no [...]