By Honey on Dec 16, 2008 in Featured, Health | comments(23)
We’ve all been there, haven’t we ladies? Itchy, discharge-y….that’s right, the yeast infection. As most of you know, I recently had my wisdom teeth removed, and one of the zillions of prescriptions they put me on was antibiotics. Now, I don’t like antibiotics for several reasons:
- They make me feel like crap (hello, it’s ultimately all about me),
- They don’t kill a lot of things and create SuperBugs,
- They tend to give me yeast infections (didn’t I just say it’s all about me?).
By Honey on Jun 10, 2008 in Health | comments(3)
The BF has been overworked lately–lots of projects due, it’s his first year at the company so he’s everyone’s bitch, etc. He had recently apologized for this and vowed to spend the weekend relaxing with me, especially after he came home at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday and fell straight asleep (I had been walking the dog, usually his job, for several days). Unfortunately, it was not to be.
Friday he came home, again after 8 p.m., and fell asleep. He woke up much later and we walked the dog together, but by then it was after midnight and I was ready for bed (he’s an insomniac normally so with his nap he was wide awake). I was getting irritated because this was the second night in a row I’d been watching tv by myself downstairs (thanks to no friends in New City) while he slept, and then going to bed alone (no sex!) while he watched tv till the early hours.
Then he woke me up at 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning and asked me to take him to the Emergency Room. Continued
By Lance on Apr 28, 2008 in Featured, Health | comments(14)
This is guest post from Lilly, my homeboy and wingman in Tampa. Lilly was a college athlete and he continues to take care of himself by going to the gym regularly and eating right.
Yo, Lilly here. Lance asked me to write a guest post on diet and fitness, so here it is. I’ve been exercising consistently since I was 15 years old. I’m still in good shape and I look and feel pretty damn good for being almost 32. When I was a kid, I was tall and skinny and I wanted to put some meat on my bones to get in better shape for surfing, look better for the girls, and feel better about myself. Well, I accomplished all three of those goals. Here’s what I did.
(Lilly may or may not look like this)
This one is going to be broken down into a number of items. For the normal person, diet is over 80% of the battle. Unless you’re Mark Wahlberg or Angelina Jolie (if you’re a chick), your diet is much more important than exercise. You are what you eat and that is a fact.