What was our affliction of choice during Yom Kippur?
Jewschool's shamirpower talks about how to deal with the never-ending davening.
Not Being Jewish:
Not Chosen muses about what Yom Kippur means, and the practices involved therein.
Rachel of Lickety Knit (and here I expose myself as a knitter) talks about fasting in solidarity with her Jewish husband, and how all she can think about is not eating.
According to Torrey, few things are as bad as wearing canvas shoes with dress clothes. I kind of agree.
Not Being Afflicted:
Yitzchok Adlerstein of Cross Currents finds textual basis that one should feel sated by fasting.
On a similar note, Sholem Berger warns us not to confuse low blood sugar with having an epiphany.