So it's not Lent, but this thought nonetheless crossed my mind.
I had a really late night last night and am trying my best to sip some coffee in hopes of not falling asleep at my desk. Which made me think... what would I do if I had to give up coffee (or any caffeine in this case; switching to Red Bull would be cheating)?
Ask yourself the same question. What would be the hardest thing for you to give up... from your daily life, your daily routine, etc.
(Note, answers of "food", "water", or "oxygen" are not as clever as you think they are).
Okay, seriously, why is the word minimum 150? This is silly.
Wouldn't it be great if there were a tasty and healthy chip? I mean, we've been promised this so many times... from Sun Chips to "Flat Earth" (no, seriously) chips to pita chips to kale chips (a little closer on the healthy scale, but tastes like a ton of oil; also silly expensive), all we get are "less bad" chips, not healthy chips. Imagine something with the healthiness of raw brussell sprouts or string beans, but with the taste and consistency of a potato chip. Wouldn't that be something?