Well, I survived my first Thanksgiving on the road. It was not as terrible as I thought it would be. I had a lot of calls/texts/emails from friends and family. They even put my ...
Eat lots of leafy green vegetables such s collard greens, kale and spinach to help prevent macular degeneration. Apricots and blueberries also help promote good vision and reduce eye fatigue.
Pack all your daily portions of snacks before you hit the road. Put in reusable Ziplock bags and keep handy for snack attacks.
Eating a good breakfast is the best way to start the day. Burger King offers a wide variety of choices, some way better than others. We love their French toast sticks dunked in syrup (25g ...
Treat yourself to small amounts (a piece the size of postage stamp) of dark chocolate, at least 70 percent cacao, when you feel the urge to splurge. Dark chocolate is better for you and will ...
Why are you always so sarcastic? Don’t you worry about what people will think?
I don’t worry too much about what people think since they don’t do it very often. Besides, as your wingman, ...
Hide your stash of sweets in an inconvenient place like your garage or back of the truck. The less accessible the treat, the better the chance of resistance!
Drinking ice water with your meal helps you feel fuller and order less food. Order extra ice with your drink and you will burn more calories.
Carolyn Magner is not a professional therapist and her advice is meant to entertain you, not solve your terrible, desperate problems. Email Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
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