Review and experiences with Joylent – a Soylent copy

A couple of years back, the company Soylent started with a blog post.

Rob Rhinehart posted that he had mixed his own cocktail of stuff, by which he meant everything the body needed (including vitamins, proteins, fats, carbohydrates and whatever is required). Instead of making food, he could store this as a type of powder and eat it.

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Being sick as a digital nomad – when a disease hits you

Being a digital nomad is awesome most of the time. You get to see the world, work from different places, and meet a lot of new people. It’s fun, it’s challenging and it is a trend on the rise.

I like graphs, and in this post I’d like to introduce a graph which shows the way I see human emotion. It’s based on a simple fact: Sometimes we, as human beings, are happy and satisfied. Sometimes we’re sad and dissatisfied.

If we draw this graph for normal human beings, it should look something like a sine wave, going from “good to bad to good to bad to good”. Hopefully having more good than bad:

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Det er så nemt at tabe sig

Jeg er træt af folk snakker om det er så svært at tabe sig. I virkeligheden er det utrolig let, og alle kan gøre det. Tilmed kan det gøres virkelig hurtigt, uden at man skal lide nogen nød. Da jeg i 2010 stødte på “The slow carb diet” igennem en ven, troede jeg ikke rigtig på det.. Da jeg første gang var på den i 2010 var på kuren, blev jeg chokeret. Jeg var på kuren en måned, og gik fra 87kg til 81kg – uden at have lidt noget afsagn.

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