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Hmm...think of the Buddha as a little dinghy.
Start with the big bag of choc-raisins - they're so rich maybe you wo't want the bar after that.
Maybe you should give up the racing - seems like a good excuse for having big fat treats.
Look up some IF/Keto youtubes that's what I'm doing and it really helps.
I water fasted for 2 days and lost 10 lbs in those 2 days with guidance from YT.
Try FledgeFitness for one; KenDBerryMD; ThomasDeLauer.
I was thinking to treat it like a koan and/or existential question: "Why am I bored?"
Do a little free association with it, like MY mind would go okay, why am I bored? A: Because I'm sittin' here on my a$$ doin' nothing. Well, that's what I'm supposed to be doing. Why? and so on.
Maybe it will help you settle in quicker - who knows.
I can relate to the signpost.
And the article was short and sweet - and I found it very helpful - I guess I've been approaching ripeness to actually 'hear' what he's saying about the emotions / moods aren't really us or ours, but an emotional STATE. I do believe I'd been living my whole life AS IF the emotions and moods really was an integral part of ME! Why did I have to get so freakin' old before I knew otherwise, eh?
Some good points, @Federica.
I'm content knowing (quote-unquote), that there are a lot of silent fans (lurkers) who enjoy the heck out of all the 'regulars'' and what gets posted. I'm happy to know (quote-unquote) that there are many of those silent fans who've benefitted from NB.
I think it's true that the regulars can get a little too comfortable, but still, I think it's a big reason for our charm.