Vin DiCarlo’s Pandora’s Box – Why Aren’t More People Talking?

3205104_sI am often shocked by how many people out there, both male and female, are just completely neglecting their love lives. So many of them seem to take on this attitude of “oh well, love is bound to find me soon or later, so I’m just going to relax, and not worry about it.”

9 times out of 10 I think that these people know, in their heart of hearts, that they are just lying to themselves, and that 1, 2 even 5 years from now they are likely to be stuck in the same exact situation, with no lover, no dates, and basically a bleak future stretching out in front of them. I mean sure, we all lie to ourselves sometimes, to some extent, but when it comes to matters of the heart this is just such a massive disservice that they are doing to themselves.

What’s makes this phenomenon even weirder, in my opinion, is the fact that these folks flatly refuse to acknowledge all of the great information and resources that are out there for them to help them to get this area of their lives handled. For example, there’s Vin Dicarlo’s Pandoras Box, a program that has been around for years and which has helped tons of men to get dates, girlfriends and passionate lovers. This program attempts to educate men about the female mind, to help men improve their communication skills with women and be more charming.

And of course there are programs for women too, and all kinds of books on Amazon. There is info out there for everybody, but for some reason people aren’t always willing to invest the time that is necessary in order from them to sufficiently learn about, think about, and take action on improving their dating lives.

In the end you can’t really force people to start taking responsibility for their dating lives. It’s a personal decision that everybody must make for themselves. But, if you are somebody who hasn’t had a date in a long time I’d seriously consider checking out one of these educational training courses like the Pandora’s Box System to help you with improving your dating skills.


Metabolic Cooking: My Favorite Way To Stay In Shape

hot peppers metabolicAs I’ve gotten older I’ve found that I need to take a different approach to staying in shape and working out. These days, it seems like all the youngsters are doing CrossFit, and lifting weights and doing other sorts of intense exercise that just seem way too extreme to me at this point.

Of course exercise is only one piece of the puzzle, and eating healthy is probably actually an even bigger factor in whether or not a person is able to stay good physical condition. And I’ve been experimenting quite a bit with metabolic cooking. If you are unfamiliar¬†with metabolic cooking, basically the idea is that you can eat foods that actually help you to burn more calories and fat. Cool? You burn fat by eating! Totally awesome.

On the exercise side of things, one of the big changes that I have made in my exercise regime is to incorporate a lot more yoga. I know what you might be thinking, isn’t yoga more of a type of meditation or stretching rather than a type of a workout? This is a fair question, and I have found that a lot of people don’t really understand what yoga is or all of the amazing health benefits that they can achieve with yoga. In fact there special yoga programs you can do that not only help you to relax and become more flexible, but that are also specially designed to help you drop a couple of pounds build some muscle and improve your overall physique.

The fact is that you can burn a lot of calories doing yoga if you do it the right way, and unlike other forms of exercise they can be quite strenuous and take a real toll on your body, such as jogging, or circuit training with weightlifting equipment, when you do yet the you are strengthening your joints and gang in touch with your body more, so it’s really unlikely that you’re going to injure yourself during a yoga workout.

Of course there are many other types of exercise like swimming, and walking that I also enjoy and participate in regularly, but these days I would have to say that yoga is probably my type of exercise routine.