If I could only pick 4 practical things, I'd say:
1. Low/no sugar
2. Lower carbohydrates (these turn into sugar once ingested)
3. Don't mix high carbohydrates with high fat
4. Intermittent fasting (maximum 8 hour eating window)
Usually when I say things like the above I get comments saying...
@MTF You're going through a dilemma similar to what music artists go through after they have an amazing 1-2 years during their first peak but then profits, popularity, and whatever other metrics they're monitoring die down and stay down.
While I can't speak from experience since I haven't built...
I believe counting calories is flawed. It doesn't work 100% of the time and it gets real weird once your eating habits deviate from the common diet (everything in moderation).
I know the argument of why it must work is because of thermodynamics but we're not robots. 2k calories consumed...
I was going back through the thread and noticed I missed this. Sorry!
Nope, I didn't have the same experience. Do you feel the same way if you eat cooked beef liver?
When I do carnivore I lose weight regardless of calories if I'm lifting weights at least 3 times per week. If I don't lift...
Out of those 3, I would go with the pressure washing business.
It's profitable, and don't let the 4-5 month season discourage you. There's always upsell potential when it comes to home maintenance businesses like power washing (after you become reputable)
Power washing seems easier to enter...
For building a shed/shop:
Circular Saw - I prefer battery powered
Speed square - to be used with a circular saw for straight cuts on lumber
Impact driver - I rarely ever pick up my drill and only use the impact driver. You can get drill bit attachments if you need to drill holes ( or auger /...
This strategy has been working well for me since 2014. The only difference is that the quality of my initial content pieces are higher than high school draft (thanks to practice and Grammarly).
To expand on that strategy, track the content piece in a keyword tracker like Accuranker for whatever...
If you're doing all the work yourself, you can be well under the $20k budget if that's all you're doing.
I'm almost done renovating one of my 1k sq/ft. units myself and I'll be around $25k-$30k spent but I repaired framing, all new plumbing, new electrical, 300ft french drain to help drainage...
1. Communication - helps with customer service, sales, and managing employees/contractors
2. Business process creation - helps remove myself from the business should I choose, creates more effective employees/contractors, and allows me to step back to easily track and quantify the value of what...
I've done OMAD intentionally before. It's so convenient on days where I'm busy.
I also tend to accidentally do OMAD. Some days my body just doesn't signal hunger for me, so I won't eat unless it's a workout day.
I wish I had better advice for you on how to get over the sandwiches and stuff, but since I just stopped eating all of that suddenly - I never had that problem.
Let me know how meal prepping goes! My meal prep is usually a big bowl of ground beef or roast lol.
There are more nitrates in most vegetables than meat, so if that worries you - limit your intake of vegetables (and processed meats like bacon). I THINK nitrates aren't that big of a deal as long as you're not cooking them at high heat but I could wrong.
Your body can't digest fiber. If I...
It's been over a year since starting Keto. Here's a quick summary of 1 yr changes off the top of my head:
I can eat as much as I want.
My weight has stabilized at about 20lbs less than where I started.
I'm not losing weight but still losing fat. I'm getting noticeably leaner by the week