What exactly is that? Lifestyle. It appears to have a very broad spectrum. Food, fitness, clothes, even the shape of your genitals can have an effect upon your lifestyle (Don’t ask! It was a woman’s discussion programme I inadvertently wandered into πŸ˜‚)

A healthy lifestyle is not smoking, not drinking too much, or at all and keeping fit, physically and mentally. That’s just for starters. If you’re not sure where to start you can join a gym, or at least you could before they shut them all two weeks ago.πŸ˜‚

You could buy a book, read articles or even engage an expert who will put you through hell as part of a rigorous training regime. If you want to stop smoking you can ‘Vape.’ Although people are now drowning because of the moisture sitting in their lungs from vaping.

I read an article the other day that said if you stop smoking over 60 years-old you have less chance of dying, hmmm a curious statement. I wonder if they missed a bit?

You can get a personal shopper and I guess they dress you. You can also get a dietician who tells you what to eat and drink.

Now you’ll have forgive me here but didn’t we used to call these people mummy?

About charliecountryboy

Part-time Carpentry Assessor. writer, runner, guitarist. Curious about life and all those wonderful people in it.
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12 Responses to Lifestyle

  1. Nice post… and it all confirms a theory of mine: people born in the Baby Boomer generation were pioneers. They were all on the spectrum, just by the accident on when they were born. Decades before the “spectrum” became a thing. ADHD? ASD? Bring it on!

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  2. I don’t understand why “lifestyle” has suddenly, like so many words, has suddenly taken on a life of its own. I have a lifestyle, but it has nothing to do with the word as it is currently used. There is nothing chic about the way I live, and my personal shopper tends to order me things off the internet when she thinks I’m looking too much like a tramp, or whatever touchy-feely term is now in vogue for people who live outdoors and drink cheap cider.

    Just as a note of caution, there are only so many of those websites you can pass off as “research” before the womenfolk start asking awkward questions. My very interesting post on sportswear had to be shelved when Julia decided I was enjoying the research too much.

    I’d love to see you in a full-size version of the space suit, particularly as it is likely to be a great springboard for double entendres featuring the word “helmet”.

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  3. Like that spaceman outfit!! πŸ˜‰

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  4. Anne says:

    Funny post! I always look forward to your twists, πŸ˜†.

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