Time to learn about you! (Yes, you! And you, too.) . If you're reading this , I want to know about you. I got the idea from V at MillenialLifeCrisis. She invited people on her blog to introduce themselves in the comments on a pinned post. With her permission (thanks, V!), I'm flat copying the… Continue reading What I Did to… Learn About You
Back in the spring, I did some work that led me to really think hard about where I am going in my professional life. Not that things are bad where I am; quite the contrary! Things are good enough that I can think about how to make them even better. While doing that thinking, I… Continue reading I hit a milestone!
I haven't been writing here much. (You probably hadn't noticed.) I got bogged down trying to tell investing stories and it has taken me all this time to figure out why: I never really learned how to invest. (You'd think that would have been obvious. I'm kinda slow.) Writing about investing is hard. My brain… Continue reading What I Did To… Get Back to Writing
In a discussion with my uncle, and a later discussion with another relative, the question of how you can tell if your food is healthy came up. It's an interesting question. Lots of people have answers that they would suggest are the One True Way. Some people will tell you it has to be low… Continue reading How Do I Know It’s Healthy?
Here's an interesting factoid. Although your body can do it if absolutely necessary, it almost never converts protein to fat. Now, don't go all "I'm eating nothing but protein forever!" because that's not how it works. But here's the thing. Your body needs protein. All of you, basically, is made of mostly protein (even your… Continue reading Eat Your Protein!
Have you been to the Internet lately? The gig economy means that absolutely everyone has something to sell. I realize that this has always been true in some way — we’ve always exchanged our labor for snacks in some way. Still. Now I can buy workout programs, nutrition programs, apps, songs, art, mathematics, writing, editing,… Continue reading Thoughts on the Marketplace