Hunger

  1. You know you are willing to, so YOU can say you are the one that has to.
  2. “Meals” and “food” are not really different it’s just a question of respecting the ceremonies and customs and “general ideas of what a ‘meal’ is” that we’re saying (again, not a problem.)
  3. HelloFresh is among the best and easy approaches to doing exactly what you’re needing to do. I’ve vetted it enough that I can already show you recipes which are quite excellent.
  4. Meals should be thought of as ‘following a consistent budget.’ Let’s say “between $10–20 apiece” at most. It is *far* more than enough. [In other words, this does not and should not even represent yet another ‘painful financial stress’ — the type we see “everywhere.”]
  5. Time budget is small, but coordination cost is high if you are the one who will be doing it.
  1. fight them
  2. fly from them
  3. coexist with them
  4. enhance (i.e. ‘invigorate’) them
  1. Have it ready
  2. Make it ‘ready in raw form’ — i.e. eatable like an apple (not, preferably, like a banana) or some nuts. Excellent if he enjoys nuts. Make sure they are there by handfuls. Being overweight is not the serious enemy in the room. Blood sugar instability is.
  3. Subway sandwiches are a very easy reasonably good choice, and cost $10 at most anywhere you can get them. Tell them ONE strip of mayonnaise or perhaps oil and vinegar. Again, very low sugar.

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