"Your car runs on money and makes you fat. But your bike runs on fat, and saves you money"
I ran all my errands on my bike today. Shit is no joke. I have a single speed, so no cheating. Which means it’s a legit workout… Just wanted to see if I could do it. Especially because I burn hella gas driving back and forth everywhere in my car, waste hella gas in traffic, and all that good stuff.
I’m a biker and all, but usually I only bike for an hour or so at most. But I biked for most of the day today. I dropped off 3 of my Ebay packages to the post office, and even bought some groceries. This was all made possible with my lovely bike and messenger backpack. And I would like to encourage other people to do this. It may seem like a bitch to think about. But trust me, you will feel awesome at the end of the day. Saves money, keeps you alert, and best of all, keeps you healthy and skinny.
isn't it hard to be a vegetarian? D:
i want to be 1 too :(
Well I’ve been in the process of slowly becoming one. I say I’m on a “vegetarian diet” not “I’m a vegetarian” because I still eat meat once every 2-3 weeks….I’ve been on the diet for 4 months exactly. The first month was like hell, and I was just trying to allow meat one day per week. But once you pass the first month it gets easier and easier. The 2nd and 3rd month I was eating meat once every 1-2 weeks, and I wasn’t craving random food/junk or meat (as much as usual). And now I’m at that point where I only treat myself to meat once every 2-3 weeks. It’s a process for me, but it works. I chose to do it this way because I’ve noticed that most of the people that struggle with trying to become a vegetarian, are the ones that suddenly cut meat out of their diet completely. And they fail because when you cut meat out so suddenly, and deprive your body of something it’s so used to, your body over-craves. You have to slowly teach your body to adapt to the new diet, while teaching it to also not depend on meat.