Charlotte Hilton Andersen’s new book, The Great Fitness Experiment, is out. If you haven’t yet discovered her blog of the same name, go there now. Charlotte’s writing is personal, honest, and humorous. I can’t vouch for the contents of her book as I haven’t read it yet, but if it’s anything like her blog I’m sure it’s a great read.
For your viewing pleasure: Women laughing alone with salad.
Never use soap again? Read Sean Bonner’s account of ditching soap for a year over at Boing Boing, and find out why he plans to stay that way.
Jimmy Moore rounds up the Top 10 Low-Carb Headlines of 2010. If you’re an MDA regular, you probably recognize most of them.
For fans of Carl Sagan, Baraka, or those eye-goggling Discovery channel docs, kick off your shoes and watch Tenacious DNA. Watch it in HD on full screen mode.
And finally, some people say dog sledding is cruel and demeaning to canines. It doesn’t look that way to me!
- Yes, yes, you’ve all made Primal coconut pancakes, and probably even Primal almond pancakes. But how about Primal pumpkin pancakes? Do it, now!
- Work Health-Bent‘s Buffalo Greek Caesar salad into your lunch rotation. I’m impressed by the salad, but also impressed by the allusion to three geographical locations in the name of the recipe.
One year ago (January 2 – January 9)
- How to Find a Cowpooling Source – This post is legendary. It’s a state-by-state list of farmers and suppliers who sell grass fed beef. The perfect resource for the constant locavore!
- Stuff That I Read (or Watch), And You Should Too – The canon of blogs, books, and movies for anyone new to Primal living.
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Some fun: http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1944737
Maybe for some of us this video would help. It’s called “GO TO SLEEP! A special message for Internet insomniacs.”
-hmrf from 17 Ways to Improve Your Sleep