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 desire (strong and . . . → 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 are being re-evaluated.
The old results stated “one man in a hundred reaches beyond the 5 to 7-inch erectile median . . . → 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 snacks and foods . . . → 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.
The year is important because it is the . . . → 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.
And, other types . . . → 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 the US economy at least 28 billion dollars per year “because poorly nourished children perform less well in school and require far more long-term health . . . → Read More: The Obese and the Hungry Need Billions