I just see his blog as a health news digest. He learns about recent discoveries about Health and Fitness, researches them in detail, comes up with a way to make money off them (and he's right to do so), and writes articles. Some articles are good, some are ignorable. In any case, valuable presence on my subscriptions list.
Got any suggestions for an alternative Health News source that is as prolific as Dr. Mercola?
Also, many journals now offer free podcasts, some of which are very good. Nutrition is not my main area of interest per se, but for other medical topics these are invaluable and I suspect the same is true for nutrition.
He also applied this to the body text: "font:140% 'Inconsolata', monospace;" I presume the site looks good in Inconsolata for those who have it installed.
This site is a good reminder to check your site on another computer. Also, make common font choices, or at least default to something specific that looks good.
This will give you support for most browsers (though it will muck up your CSS a bit)
EDIT: It's a good read, though, as noted above.
I just overrode letter-spacing in my browser's CSS debugger. Thanks for sharing that link.
1. My todo list fits between chunks of my life, not the other way around - I keep a running diary of things I want and need to do. There isn't really a timeline because I just do them when I can. If it's written down, it'll get done. TBH my productivity has skyrocketed since adopting this. It's a bit like structured procrastination: http://www.structuredprocrastination.com/
2. Keeping to a regular rhythm - I find that as I've grown older, a regular light/dark schedule helps me to be refreshed and more productive the next day.
3. Keeping fit - I've cycled through many of the diet and exercise plans out there but my fitness plan has basically boiled down to "Work out every day. Eat 3 smallish meals and 2 snacks. Don't eat bad food except maybe once or twice on the weekends."
The thing about limiting the things you're supposed to give your attention to in a single day is that it begins leaving a lot of room for doing whatever you might feel like doing throughout the day. And by controlling the things you're most likely to spend time on, you create an opportunity for new activities to find their place in your schedule. Like spending time outdoors, learning a new language, all those things you always wanted to do but never "had the time".
use this: http://userstyles.org/styles/28042