I’m tired of link posts.
I have plenty of reading material without you lovely folks giving me a bazillion more things to read. Damned if I don’t click on your links anyway and find myself sucked into the anti-social vortex known as the Internet.
Since these posts don’t seem to be departing anytime soon (and since I’ve actually posted them before), I’ve decided to subject you to the same torture. It’s only fitting right. Payback’s an itch, a witch, or a snitch. Did you know that snitches get stitches? No? ‘Eh it’s a prison thing. Don’t ask.
http://www.cleveland.com/brett/blog/index.ssf/2014/02/cvs_calls_it_quits_on_cigarett.html This is old news, and I’m still going to share it. I applaud CVS for this, and I hope it’s the first of many steps in the right direction. I’m all for people’s right to choose and if you want to smoke, puff away. That being said, I don’t think a drugstore, a mecca of health and wellness, should be the source of your supply though.
http://foodmatters.tv/articles-1/10-amazing-health-benefits-of-bee-pollen Have you heard of this bee pollen stuff? It sounds like the new nectar of the gods, and for my protein loving peeps, it sure does pack a punch. I don’t know if this is the new super food or the new soy, but I plan to find out. Self experimentation, here I come. P.S. Do not try this at home; at least not on my authority.
http://www.marcandangel.com/2014/01/08/8-things-to-remember-when-everything-goes-wrong/ This is a great article about things to remember when everything goes wrong, which its apt to do from time to time. It sure puts things in perspective.
http://www.slate.com/articles/life/culturebox/2014/02/whole_foods_and_walmart_how_many_groceries_sold_at_walmart_would_be_banned.html As if I needed another reason to steer clear of Walmart.
Have you heard of bee pollen? Ever tried it? What’s your take on CVS’s new stance on cancer sticks? Er, I mean cigarettes? How do you handle life when “everything goes wrong?” Walmart shopping? Yea or nay?