You can do a search for dating advice online and come across thousands and thousands of pages full of tips and tricks. You can learn pickup lines, how to approach a woman, or how to use body language correctly. But the real secret to attracting women goes beyond this stuff. It comes down to your lifestyle.
Your lifestyle is so important for several reasons. It can take a boring dude and make him interesting. It can inject an otherwise average guy with cool. And most importantly, an interesting lifestyle will give you endless amounts of experiences to talk about.
You see, a huge part of ‘game’, is the ability to talk to a woman in an interesting way for hours and hours. Most guys simply can’t do this and what do most guys get? Nothing. But if your lifestyle consists of constantly doing new things or visiting new places, you’ll be able to talk and relate forever.
You don’t have to have a ton of money to live an interesting lifestyle. All you need to do is get your butt off the couch and get into the real world. Experiences don’t often happen in front of a television screen. Captain Ron once said, “If anything is going to happen, it’s going to happen out there.”
Picking up girls doesn’t come down to a pickup line or gimmick. Those might be necessary to open a conversation but it’s what you say afterward that’s going to determine whether or not you get laid. And if you have an interesting lifestyle, I’ll guarantee you get what you want.
I love my food – I always have – and I had said for years that I would never give up meat and turn vegetarian. Well life has a way of changing the way you think and react and it also has a lot to do with our lifestyle and living in western society.
White Potatoes have been a major player in my diet – until recently! I love roast potatoes so every weekend I would cook them as part of my Sunday dinner and also I loved jacket potatoes for lunch! Suffering with fibroids and not being able to open my bowels regularly I never would have thought that potatoes and fibroids had any correlation. The doctors weren’t able to diagnose this – I had to visit my nutritionist who gave me a diet sheet to follow (which I found hard to adjust to) and realized that omitting white potatoes, rice, bread and pasta from my diet made such a dramatic change to my everyday living!
I couldn’t believe that I was no longer feeling lethargic after eating lunch, I didn’t feel uncomfortable in the gut area because I wasn’t so bloated. Instead of eating the white potatoes, I now love eating sweet potatoes and I no longer get that bloated feeling or pains which I used to experience every time I ate potatoes. Now I can eat sweet potatoes and I love them. I eat them as jacket potatoes with fillings, I eat them with salads – however I used to eat white potatoes, I now substitute the white potatoes with sweet potatoes and no doubt have contributed more to my healthier eating habits.
Nutritiously, sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin A (beta-carotene form), a very good source of vitamin C and manganese, a good source of copper, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, potassium and iron.