Lately, Angel and I have been buying baby coconuts and cracking them open at home. I had never got into this (until now) because it seemed way too hard and messy. Plus, why bother with that when buying the bottled stuff is so much more convenient?
Computers are changing the way we see the world — but are they also changing the way we see?
It’s rare to find someone who doesn’t spend hours on a computer every day, and doctors are now seeing more cases of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), which is caused by exactly that. So, I’ve gathered some information and strategies to help prevent eyestrain, or in more extreme cases, CVS.
Why not try disguise some goodness into a colourful, tasty smoothie your kids will love? This is a much healthier alternative to packaged juices or milk — or any other drink besides water, really.
Love is the most powerful weapon.
Thank you, Prince Ea!
You know, the ones who have all those requests at restaurants, who don’t always order off the menu or remove all the fun stuff and they’re just left with a “bland” meal?
I used to hear this and would think to myself, “What a pain in the ass!” “Just live a little!” “Spoil yourself!” or even the popular favourite, “I’d rather be fat and happy” thinking it was all based on vanity — and for some it is — but now I can see that for most, they simply give a shit about this vehicle that drives them through life.
I still find it hard to believe this creamy banana shake has no milk in it. If you’re a dairy lover, I promise you will not even notice it missing from this delicious glass of goodness!
After receiving an ever-so-entertaining nomination for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Adam Pliska, President of the World Poker Tour, I had to get creative… So I gave my ice bucket a twist of my own.
I recently sent out this tweet:
The more you dwell on the negative, the more obsessed with negative things your mind becomes. Train your brain to be more positive. — Lynn Gilmartin (@LynnGilmartin) July 30, 2014
A friend replied, asking if I had any “training advice”, so here’s my suggested training program.
As we were casually driving around on safari in Pilanesberg, South Africa, Antonio Esfandiari asked our guide, Niko, what he would eat if he found himself stuck out in the wild.
I don’t think Antonio realised he’d actually end up trying a sample of the local “cuisine”, but he, Jeff Gross and Erik Seidel were up for the challenge!