In my pursuit of a long, healthy life, I’m trying to adopt as many good habits as possible. I exercise. I meditate. I levitate. I avoid family arguments, especially when they involve politics. (Stress is a killer.) I try to get eight hours of sleep, but sometimes I find myself wandering the halls at night, howling at the moon. I drink large quantities of green tea, white tea and matcha tea. I’m even cutting down on processed sugar although my addiction to Mike and Ike candy, not to mention peanut butter cups, makes that a bit difficult.
My wife, who heartily endorses my self-improvement campaign, recently gave me some good advice. She said breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I, on the other hand, always believed bedtime snacks like Cheetos were the most important meal.