Hello and good afternoon, it’s me your Bearded Captain, leader of all Beards and flag bearer of all Beards on digital, and digital broadcasting media. I am that Beard who tries to make people laugh and I am that Beard who tries to make people smile.
My brothers, I pray you’re well, looking after yourselves and your Beards! My Soldiers, we need to talk, it’ about the issue of grogginess, which is an issue. My Beloved’s, in Beard life you might think, that I expect you to work at 100% at 110% of the time.
For that, I want to apologise. My Bearded Stallions, in my self appointed role, a role I have made my own for over five years, mistakes regrettably will happen (yes I am human and yes the Beard is magnificent, but thanks to the one who gave me the Beard).
There are days, where you won’t feel ‘in the mood’, firing on all cylinders, I get that, it happens to even me. Brothers, if you’re like me, then you have a daily schedule, you try your best to stick to it. Gym in the morning, shower, give your Beard some TLB, then breakfast.
Good food gives you good energy, and good energy gives you a good day. Make sure you comb your Beard, give it its vitamins, like you would your bones and joints for example. You need good joints for taking you to old age, same goes with your Beard too. Good vitamins in your Beard, gives your face an unbelievable lift, more than you can imagine.
I know I need to heed my own advice, but drink plenty of water, (I am up to 4 litres), check the guidance but try to maintain that, that’s for those of you who are 5ft 10 and in the region of 250lbs.
Bearded Stallions, try your best to have more veg and clean meats. Chicken burgers are good but in moderation (that’s coming from me, I know!). Last but not least, Brothers days of grogginess happen, don’t go hard on your self when they do! Try your best to do what you can, and start again the next day. New dawn, new day.
It’s over and out from The Bearded Captain.