Tag: resilience

Peanuts and Resiliency

This is going to be a quick post about a story that just came out. From the article Shielding kids from peanuts might cause peanut allergies:

Children are much less likely to develop peanut allergies if they are frequently

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The Temperature Wimps of San Francisco 

I don’t get it.

I will never understand why men will step out of their houses wearing a jacket or coat when the temperature is in the mid 60s, when they know it will be sunny and 70 F in … [continue reading]

The Neurotic Approach To Food

In the last post, I used the phrase “neurotic approach to food”. I want to explain this more. When we dive into nutrition and make an effort to eat healthy, regardless of what healthy means to us … [continue reading]

Healthy vs Resilient

This post is a follow-up to Loosening the Paleo Collar, where I try and determine what aspects of the Paleo diet were responsible for the benefits I experienced. Instead of following an ever increasing stricter¬†interpretation to achieve more … [continue reading]

A Guide to the Good Life

Background: During my college years I never took a class on anything even close to philosophy. It is still a new topic for me.

A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy
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