This guide is for the average person who wants to start a blog and understands that, though it’s easy to start a blog, turning a blog into a money-making machine or even just a full-time income isn’t always easy, but it is doable and highly rewarding.
So far, so good on the Cyclical Ketogenic Diet.
I’m enjoying the meals, and experimenting with just eating whatever I want on my “carb up” days (30-48 hours a week). If I stop seeing results on the scale and in the gym, then I’ll go to a more “low fat, high carb” cycle, instead of strict keto, and just plain cheating.
I’m also trying Keto Delivered, a service that sends a monthly box of keto-friendly products to try.
Before we move on, check out this website that let’s you sell online, for free…
We’ve all been there.
A dinner party at work. A meet and greet at church. An “open house” at school.
Events that should be easy, but we end up making them awkward and uncomfortable.
The good news is that you’re not alone. We’re all awkward! Some more than others, of course.
Let me explain 6 things I’ve done to build confidence and reduce some of the awkward social stress.
Have you seen Tai Lopez in the YouTube videos?
His ad pops up on every YouTube video, or so it seems. He’s usually standing by a mansion.
His latest video starts with him saying “Hey, I’m here in my backyard. People are always asking me for a tour of my house…”
I’m sure you’ve seen it. Everyone has seen it. Unless you have ad block. So is this guy for real?
I’m going to give my take on that, show you some evidence, show you exactly what Tai does and what you’ll get when you buy his product, and how to get most of what he sells for free.
Do you have goals? Like real, written, actionable goals? Most people don’t.
But I’m sure you do. Because you want to get the most out of your life.
But what if I told you that goals aren’t as important as every self-help book says they are?
What if I told you that habits are the foundation to success?
Goals and habits actually work together, but goals are nothing without habits.
There’s a saying that happiness is somewhere between having too much and having too little.
But the concept of “happiness” can be pretty ambiguous, because happiness to one person could be misery to another.
However, we can arrive at some reasonably consistent understandings when looking at modern human life within a monetary economy such as ours.
Stay-at-home spouses get a bad rap.
One of the funniest things I hear is “do you work or are you a stay-at-home wife/husband?”
Seriously? “Do you work?”…because stay-at-home spouses don’t work.
They have it so easy. They get to watch any number of kids all day, and end up with the wonderful responsibility of making sure every square inch of the house is tidy all day, everyday. Because that’s reasonable, right?
My wife is a stay-at-home mom, and I can tell you right now: she works. Harder than I do most days, and I have a “real job.” So let’s see just how valuable stay-at-home spouses are.
I started the Cyclical Ketogenic Diet on Monday.
Mostly to experiment with it and write about my results in the future.
After one week, it’s been good. I’ve had a little bit of the “Keto Flu,” but not too bad.
More to come on that later, but you can follow some of what I’m eating on Facebook or Instagram.
Now for this week in money and productivity…