What do you do every morning on autopilot? Drive to work? Your morning shower routine? A 30 minute run?
Having to figure these things out every morning would be exhausting. New route to work every day? Getting cleaned up in a different order every day? Changing the duration and path for your run every day?
Thank you for taking the entire week to criticize celebrities for endorsing products that are marketed as stuff that makes us feel good now. America is a free country. We have the freedoms to buy whatever makes us feel good now. Not in the long run. Now.
You want to tell us that how great Vitamix is and how it can actually make us feel good. Ugh!
You know what, Lenny Gale? You can take your Vitamix 7500 and shove it up your ass. I don’t care that it helps me reduce heart burn, improve digestive health, stay refreshed and prepare easy, healthy and quick meals.
In America, we’re about feeling good now. Not after a couple weeks of making juices. Or smoothies. Or soup. We want to feel good now. Now!
Thank you for recommending Subway sandwiches. I’ve always wanted to be a swimmer. Just like you. Before eating Subway sandwiches, I’d try to swim but would just sink like a rock. Now, after eating Subway sandwiches like you, I float with ease.
The Men of Amurica
P.S. Any recommendation for ridding all this belly fat I recently took on?
It comes in all shapes and sizes. But it doesn’t carry a laptop.
Why do nearly all construction workers pack a lunch?
Is it because they save money by not eating out? Is it because their packed lunch keeps them fuller for longer? Is it because they can save time avoiding lines at restaurants?
Maybe. Or, it’s because that’s “what we do”.
For people who work in an office, it’s the same. The guy who brings a bag of spinach, deli meat and hard-boiled eggs is an outsider. It’s like a construction worker going to Potbelly for lunch. It’s just not “what we do”.
Are you gonna have the courage to change “what we do”?
If you’re a homeowner, your toolkit probably has a hammer, screwdriver and maybe a power drill. The rest is a bunch of other stuff you only use 20% of the time.
If you’re a small business owner, your toolkit probably has MS Office, a printer and maybe an email marketing app. The rest is a bunch of other stuff you only use 20% of the time.
If you’re an amateur chef, your toolkit probably has some knives, pans and maybe a Vitamix. The rest is a bunch of other stuff you only use 20% of the time.
So, since all theses toolkits probably take up lots of space, and 80% of it is hardly used, why not downsize? Someone else probably has a toolkit to replace your “bunch of other stuff”. And that’s what that toolkit does 80% of the time.