By Josh Ozersky
Even those of us who are not shaky-handed drunks often find ourselves fumbling in the morning. I speak of breakfast, a meal nearly always made badly, and always in the same way. I'm 46 years old and it is only in the past few years that it has ceased to be a disaster, a catastrophic start to what was sure to be a demoralizing day. But thanks to a few dope moves I've picked up, now each day begins with a shimmer of absolute confidence. These moves are as follows, preceded by the problem that begat them.
Print this list and hang it on your refrigerator. It won't fail you, or my name isn't Josh Ozersky.
Check out the slideshow above to fix these common breakfast mistakes.