Mr. Living Thin; The Male Perspectiveby Sonja Rose on Nov. 11, 2010, under Health
“What’s it like being married to Mrs. Living Thin?” I recently asked my husband, Paul.
Here’s what he said:
1) “We split meals, which is great because it saves on the calories — and the wallet.”
2) “Our leisure time includes a lot of activity, like biking, tennis, skiing, snorkeling and hiking. That way, we’re just having fun, and it doesn’t feel like exercise.
3) “There’s no complaining if I find a parking spot at the far end of the parking lot because we enjoy the walk.”
4) “I get to eat lots of fish, and I love fish!”
Q. What tip do you have for eating out at restaurants?
A) “Don’t get anything that is deep fried — and share meals.”
Q. How is “Living Thin” different for men than for women, in your opinion?
A) ”Men can wear baggie shorts and extra-large t-shirts, which can easily hide 40 or 50 extra pounds. But then they need to be sure to turn out the lights in the bedroom!”
Q. Is there anything else you would like to add to the “Living Thin” blog?
A) “I think there should be more sex topics; it would be a great way to lose weight — and have fun!”
See: Grill Mates (Master the Flame, Master the Flavor) for tasty seasoning ideas for the grill.