Apple and the 2016 MacBook Pro are Working to Change Your Brain, and it’s Uncomfortable

What's Up As an Apple fan, I appreciate the thoughtfulness that Apple puts into integrating their hardware and software so that it gradually moves users in new directions (whether they like it or not).  Psychologically, this is a good move because there's only so much change that people are willing to tolerate before they avoid the situation.  Well this year, Apple has pushed the … Continue reading Apple and the 2016 MacBook Pro are Working to Change Your Brain, and it’s Uncomfortable

5 Months Without Carbs: A Personal Account

For those of you contemplating dropping carbs and processed foods to give the Ketogenic Diet a crack, I thought I'd offer my experiences.  To give you a back drop, I've been on a few different diets through the years.  Generally, my goal has been to try out a new way of eating to see if it … Continue reading 5 Months Without Carbs: A Personal Account

Sugar and Food: an Antidepressant

Every evening and every morning I pop open the lovely Apple News app and scan through the latest news.  One of them talked about sugar and it's addictive properties.  While I'm going to post something on the Ketogenic diet, which I've been on for about 5 months now, I wanted to add to the talk … Continue reading Sugar and Food: an Antidepressant

Changing Habits – Why It’s Easy and Difficult

Depending upon your age, habits may or may not feel like a train wreck if your head and body.  For those who are in their mid-twenties and younger, change will come more naturally and this makes sense because your brain is still experiencing a lot of new cells.  However, we all come to a point … Continue reading Changing Habits – Why It’s Easy and Difficult