1. I'm enjoying it. 2. Dairy is harder to give up than meat. 3. Hangovers are hard as a vegan. 4. I feel fresh as a daisy. 5. I've lost half a stone. 6. People are annoyingly judgmental. 7. I'll definitely be cutting down on my meat intake after this.
Apologies gents, it's been a while since I last posted a weekly NFL discussion thread!
My Redskins are in a 'win and in' situation at home to New York in Week 17, and I'm confident, especially given New York might rest some key starters at some point during the game. I think Green Bay are on a roll and will beat Detroit, which completes the Playoff Picture thus:
AFC: New England Oakland Pittsburgh Kansas City Miami Houston
NFC: Dallas Atlanta Seattle Green Bay New York G Washington
AFC Championship Game: New England 30-10 Kansas City
NFC Championship Game: Dallas 24-27 Green Bay
Aaron Rodgers is the best football player on the planet at this moment in time and I think GB get hot(ter) and go all the way to the Superbowl. A Brady Rodgers finale would cap off what I think has been a wonderful season.
I have a close Vegan friend who nudged me in this direction and I thought why the hell not? I would fail again if I tried Dry January, far too many commitments.
I'm intrigued as to how I will feel after a month of no meat or dairy. Hopefully a good kick-start to a far healthier 2017, anyway, as it will force me to keep a very close eye on intake and plan my meals meticulously.
EDIT - due to misunderstandings, thought I'd clarify some simple points:
- I've not said Veganism is healthy. - I've not said Veganism is health-ier than any other diet. - I've not even said that due to being Vegan for a month, I'll be healthier.
If you read the OP, you should be able to understand that, as explained in the final sentence, it's the practices involved in being Vegan for a month which will help force me into good habits, which will in turn 'HOPEFULLY' kick-start a healthier 2017 (which isn't even the primary reason I'm doing it).
No sympathy for a man who vetoes every resolution throughout his tenure then suggests he might break from that on the last occasion but doesn't have the bottle to keep quiet and actually see it through.