Tell us about a time when you didn’t bend to peer pressure, and you swam against the stream.
My daily life in swimming against the stream.
From the way that I wear my hair (all natural, usually a ‘fro) to the type of man that I . . . → Read More: Tell us about a time when you didn’t bend to peer pressure, and you swam against the stream.
Kinsey Report (Photo credit: mrquizzical)
50 years ago, the Kinsey Institute made headlines for his research on the average size of the male penis.
Now those measurements . . . → Read More: Average penis size re-evaluated
Wow, so I have been so slacking for the past couple of weeks.
I went to about 3 Zumba classes and I did my Activtrax on Monday.
That’s about it.
Yet, I lost almost 2 lbs last week because I cut way back on . . . → Read More: Wednesday Workout Report
If true tales of a suicide attempt activates in detrimental triggers in your psyche, you may not want to read this post.
(Photo credit: Ragesh Vasudevan)
Not a lot of people know this, but back in 1995, I attempted suicide.
. . . → Read More: September is Suicide Month
When I originally started this blog, it was intended as a depository for all the snarky, bitchy, lazy, whiny, procrastinating, narcissistic, introverted pieces of my life.
But, well, by the time I think about posting, I have completely forgotten what I was going to post about.
. . . → Read More: Looking for Snarky Blogs
A report published in the May edition of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease states that moderate drinking may protect the brain from Alzheimer’s disease in otherwise healthy people. . . . → Read More: NonSmokers Should Drink A Little
Image by imchaudhry photo via Flickr
There are 17 million households that have to skip meals in order to make ends meet.
Child hunger costs . . . → Read More: The Obese and the Hungry Need Billions