I think tracking is good for a short stint so you learn to estimate calories, but for the average Joe it’s bad in the long run. I think it is easy to fall off the wagon if you rely on tracking everything. Portioning/prepping is probably more sustainable.
I’m definitely going to try IF for at...
Honestly I wonder if it's enforceable in a lease. But most tenants don't research landlord/tenant rights before they rent, so it doesn't really matter. It's kind of like lying to kids about pee-detecting dye in the pool.
Yeah. It’s a very difficult space for sure, but right now what you have in there is all over the place. I think you’d be benefited by painting the walls lighter (maybe leave an accent wall behind the table if you want) and sticking to a generally minimalist style with a few statement pieces...
Haven’t tried anything in Morrisville, just Raleigh and Cary. I am in New Bern today though.
Vindaloo is supposed to be spicy. That’s what got me hooked on Indian in the first place. But I never get it spicy enough.
What do I have to say to get Indian food that’s actually spicy? They put “extra hot plus” on the ticket and it was about what I’d call “hot.”
I just have to become a regular somewhere until they dial it in.
(1) I'm down to <200 again. That was quick.
(2) After talking to a coworker, I think I am going to "officially" try IF over the summer. I don't eat breakfast anyway, so it's just a matter of locking it down and stopping late night snacking (drinking). If I eat at, say, 2 and 8, I could probably...
Niles in the high-waisted pants, tucked in undershirt, and limited edition Trafalgar braces... I can't help but think of @patrickBOOTH
(I'm assuming YouTube is blocked at his work, so he has no idea what I'm talking about.)