In the wake of The 4 Hour Chef, I’ve decided to share the tools that make up my own kitchen. I have what you could call a Pareto kitchen. Here are my recommendations for the perfect minimalist kitchen.
It’s 2013, right at the beginning, and you know you have some changes to make (if you didn’t, you wouldn’t be here).
To be quite honest, so do I. I have not made the progress I’d hoped for since starting this blog. But this year is going to be different. For both of us.
The secret to success this year isn’t a magic pill or drink. It’s not a specific diet program, fad or otherwise. The secret isn’t even in the specifics of your weight loss program. Where is it then?
Wouldn’t it be awesome for one of the most famous (infamous?) authors of our day to raise thousands of dollars in order to encourage you to lose weight?
He did, and I did. 14 pounds, actually. Maybe you did too, but if you didn’t, you missed out (but more on fixing that later). I won $80 on it! Read more to find out how I did it and how you can too (except for maybe the $80)!
The old saying “you are what you eat” is actually frighteningly true.
Luckily for us now more than ever we have access to tons of research and information regarding the food we eat and its effect health. While some people may associate unhealthy eating habits with only weight gain, it can actually have an even worse affect than that.