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    cost effective
  • cost-efficient: productive relative to the cost

  • Effective or productive in relation to its cost

  • (cost-effectiveness) the degree to which a service meets a specified goal at an acceptable cost

  • Cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) is a form of economic analysis that compares the relative costs and outcomes (effects) of two or more courses of action. Cost-effectiveness analysis is distinct from cost-benefit analysis, which assigns a monetary value to the measure of effect.





    weight loss
  • Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue.

  • "Weight Loss" is the fifth season premiere of the American comedy television series The Office, and the show's seventy-third (and seventy-fourth) episode overall.

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Design of Shielded Enclosures: Cost-Effective Methods to Prevent EMI


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The author provides a full-range of cost options on how to prevent EMI: from inexpensive enclosures that are adequate for many situations to the most advanced shielding techniques used in scientific applications. This unique book will show the reader how to select the most suitable technique for the application: something that will do the job, yet avoid expensive and time-consuming "overkill." Design of Shielded Enclosures provides a variety of practical techniques that will reveal how well an enclosure is working without a lot of expensive and time-consuming tests. This book will also show how to determine when detailed testing is necessary.

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Blog | My Twin Towers Report.




Blog | My Twin Towers Report.





Well, I have to say I'm not much of a conspiracy theorist. In my life I have seen too much to know that various theories are true or false. But, since the 9/11 issue is still unresolved, here is my take on the matter.

It is important to note that this is just an Exposition. I am not stating that this is the 'true nature of events.' It is a summary of the most likely way an internal operation would be carried out if indeed, such is the case. Which it may or may not be, who is to know?

Having some degree of skill in architectural design (something i studied in graphic design) and also being something of a scientist (I studied physics and quantum physics) there are many interesting occurances with the Twin Towers incident.

Firstly, let us examine the compsition of the buildings themselves.
While Manhatten is not know for natural disasters such as earthquake, tornado and hurricanes, the twin towers themselves are built to a 'design spec'. All Skyscrapers above a certain height have to conform to the same design to be deemed safe. No matter where they are to be planted these specs must be met (and usually are without a second thought). Such specs have to include for the highest velocties of wind currently known (the force five hurricane) since windshear is generally greater the the higher the altitude. They also have to have enough tensile strength to bend slightly in the wind (no skyscraper is 100% solid) and to withstand minute changes in the earth's crust that, although undetected by your human senses, have a great impact on high rise structures over the passing of time. Usually when building something inhabited by people designers jump to the extreme and simply find it more cost effective to reproduce earthquake-proof calculations than to spend time going through a new set of calculations for that one specific area. This happens all over the US in particular.
The World Trace Centre itself recieved some special design overhaul upon construction to allow for the possibility that, at some point, the Russians might seek to cripple the US economy by bringing the towers down. During the time the only viable way the russians might have done this was by missile (launched from a ballistic missile submarines that were greatly superior to the US' Trident submarines). So extra care was taken into ensuring a missile attack would not bring down the buildings.

First question. What does a plane crashing into a building have to do with a missile attack?
Actually, everything since, in principle, they are the same thing. We will discuss why later.

Secondly, let us examine flight routes.
I happen to know a bit about flight routing since my father was a bit of a plane spotter and I have always had an interest in the princples of flight since a child.
The World Trade Centres are heavily off the beaten track as far as flight routes go and for exactly the reason to prevent planes or other objects flying into them, either by accident or purpose. Should any plane have flown offcourse and straight toward the World Trade Centre in a domestic circumstance, Air Traffic would have radioed to discover if there was a problem. Upon recieving no reply ATC (air traffic control) would have had more than enough time to radio the military and have a two plane F16 intercept scrambled and those F16's would have arrived on the scene long before the two planes that collided with the towers and would have been driven offcourse or shot down.
It would take 20.2 seconds for the 767's to get to the WTC, it takes 19.8 Seconds for a full scramble to intercept for an F16 provided it would come from McGuire AFB.

Thirdly let us examine the plane itself.
It is pretty much given fact now that the Boeing 767's were not commercial aircraft. All evidence has suggested that they were military aircraft (air force, to be exact) and that these aircraft had 'missiles' beneath them.
I know I'm a know it all, but the workings of the military mind are no mystery. There were NO missiles present on the 767's that attacked the WTC. The artefacts beneath the planes were, in fact, fuel tanks. Why?
A missile launch and guidance system of any calibre from the military would have survived, at least in part, the impact and would have been discovered. This would be unacceptable for any military coverup team. Fitting the 767's with fuel tanks provided the same calibre of explosion with a certain weight of fuel, but also became a means of being a weapon that would erase its own trace of existence. The mass of fuel would burn out and nothing terribly amiss would be discovered from the wreckage.
So, my standpoint on this is that the plane was a bomb itself.
I hear you ask: 'The pilot must have been crazy, right? I mean, to fly a plane into a building knowing he was going to die? How could the military do that to someone?'
I wish to draw your attention to the military application known as a 'Drone.' A drone is a military aircraft des











Lake Artemesia, College Park, Md




Lake Artemesia, College Park, Md





[Nikon D70 Tamron 28-300VC ISO1250 > dcraw > Gimp]

Almost perfect timing, fairly easy shot handheld with the D70 & 28-300VC

The D70 is beating film fairly easy at this sort of thing, it gives me the best results about -1eV evaluative while with film, it pretty-much has to be shot "hot" to ensure a decent exposure. So with film this would mean a loss of at least a half-stop of speed. And that's with ISO1250 film not the ISO800 film I actually had, plus any resulting grain. I really would have to struggle to get this handheld with film, probably even with a tripod and obviously I wouldn't want to shoot it with ISO800 film off a tripod. Though probably Fuji over Kodak Gold because Kodak Gold is warm.

But for an ISO1250 handheld shot with a $85 subframe I'll take this any day of the week. And I got it at ISO800 at the same exposure. Another "win" for Nikon over your average DSLR that won't allow for fractional ISOs, another win for lens IS over body IS, another win for subframes over film. Just the right tool for the job, in this case. Though I can see having to drag my tripod out there to take this, just to see if it looks much better off a tripod at ISO200 or ISO400.

But now that it's warm again!!! The time for tripod-dragging may be *over* :)
The bike is back on the road :)
At least for this week.
And I've got so much crap in my car I haven't actually *seen* my tripod for months. Probably easier to just buy another one.
My "big" one is too big to carry on my bike, my little one is too short for this.
This shot basically needs "height".

Anyway as much as, philosophically, I don't like the expense of this lens, it's proving to be somewhat "indispensable" (haha) at least while its dark enough to require VR but there's still enough light to get handheld shots with it. Not like it could make a tripod totally unnecessary, and not like they don't become necessary real quick. But it does give me an extra 20min to half-hour of handheld shooting as the sun goes down, and obviously indoors and in the shade it comes in handy. But during the day it's just a big, heavy 28-300, even at F8-F11 I don't need the VR to get decent shots handheld at 300mm effective. Maybe F13+, but since I don't shoot macro that's not an issue at long focal-lengths.

So yeah it gives me angst about the cost & weight but proves very handy when I'm actually out shooting in the afternoon. Especially when I really cannot use the mini-tripod. When I *can* use it, I prefer to carry & shoot the non-VC 28-300. It's smaller, shorter, so much lighter, so much easier to maneuver and carry.

So much easier to replace if for some reason I break it.
Because it's so much cheaper.
My VC 28-300 cost me more than twice as much as my non-VC 28-300.

But it's either buy another non-VC 28-300 for the D70 and lose IS altogether, or buy an A700 and get a 12MP CMOS subframe with body-IS. I'm fully up for that option because it will be an excellent intermediary between the 500si and an A850. The D70 does just fine for me, but it means having to either carry that lens or buy a 2nd lens (longer than the 28-80) to use during the day and then carry the VC lens anyway or leave a $350 lens at home. The key is getting an a700 in decent shape for under $350 and getting enough out of it handheld to not miss the 28-300VC. It's not going to be as good as lens IS, I would lose at least a stop that way. But it should be like night and day in terms of carrying it. And yeah, that little bit of extra weight makes a difference. It just adds up over time. Trust me I see the opposite side of that very well but most of the time I would not actually be shooting the camera and lens, just carrying it. I might shoot it 30 minutes out of a day, two days a week if I'm lucky. The rest of the time it's just an expensive, heavy disaster waiting to happen.

But yes until I get a credible substitute? I have to carry the VR lens. At least sometimes. It's just too good. And a D700, why it's almost twice the weight of the D70 and LOL a mere 20x the price. You think it's really worth that for another stop maybe 2 more stops of speed? It's the same problem to the 3rd power.









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Algorithmic Diagnosis of Symptoms and Signs: A Cost-Effective Approach






Designed for quick reference, this pocket manual contains algorithms for the diagnosis of 227 symptoms and signs. The algorithms will aid the busy clinician in organizing the approach to diagnosis and performing a cost-effective workup.
Symptoms and signs are arranged alphabetically. For each symptom or sign, the list of diagnostic possibilities is organized into an algorithm that shows, at a glance, what historical or clinical data to look for. Dr. Collins then explains which tests to order and when to refer the patient to a specialist. This edition includes new diagnostic tests and algorithms for differential diagnosis of abnormal routine laboratory tests.










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HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS GUIDE : HEALTHY WEIGHT 


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Healthy Weight Loss Guide





healthy weight loss guide






    healthy weight
  • Compared to overweight or obese, a body weight that is less likely to be linked with any weight-related health problems such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, or others. A body mass index (BMI) of 18.

  • (healthy weights) Healthy weights focus on health, not appearance. The weight classification system currently in use in Canada is the Canadian Guidelines for Body Weight Classification in Adults.





    guide
  • A person who advises or shows the way to others

  • A thing that helps someone to form an opinion or make a decision or calculation

  • steer: direct the course; determine the direction of travelling

  • lead: take somebody somewhere; "We lead him to our chief"; "can you take me to the main entrance?"; "He conducted us to the palace"

  • usher: someone employed to conduct others

  • A professional mountain climber in charge of a group





    loss
  • the act of losing someone or something; "everyone expected him to win so his loss was a shock"

  • The fact or process of losing something or someone

  • An amount of money lost by a business or organization

  • gradual decline in amount or activity; "weight loss"; "a serious loss of business"

  • The state or feeling of grief when deprived of someone or something of value

  • something that is lost; "the car was a total loss"; "loss of livestock left the rancher bankrupt"











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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Healthy Weight Loss, 2nd Edition


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Healthy Weight Loss, 2nd Edition



Shed those pounds the healthy way.

This brand-new edition of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Healthy Weight Loss not only gives readers critical information on nutrition and health—it also delivers everything they need to know about the mental and exercise pieces of the weight- loss puzzle. In addition, it presents a comprehensive overview of today’s most popular diets, chapters on such major diet types as low-fat, low-sodium, low-carb, and low-cal, as well as chapters on dieting for kids, dieting for diabetics, dieting for heart health, and more. Best of all, readers will find five unique diet plans to help them lost weight— and keep it off—starting today!

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Dear Me Day 144




Dear Me Day 144





Day 144/365

It's official. I have a primary care physician. Been awhile. I've been uninsured for a looong time (think... 10 years or so really), and now that I have insurance and have been having health issues it became necessary to give up my Urgent-Care ways and find an actual regular run-of-the-mill physician.

So I found one. And I love her. And that's not something I've not really had before. I tend to avoid Doctors, I think I've mentioned that before. I really liked her, she listened to me, respected my opinions and my needs and didn't harp on things that are obvious. And now, because I have a regular physician, I can get all the tests and blood-work and everything else that I haven't been able to do before. They took more blood, ran an EKG, prescribed an epi-pen (probably wise), and was able to give me the name of a Female Gyn-Onc specialist to see about my surgery.

I have to get a chest x-ray and wait for the blood-work to come back, but assuming all is well-- I'll have surgical clearance. And in the meantime, I finally have a regular Dr. that I like and respect. In the meantime, I'll maybe get some medical assistance with my weight loss. In the meantime, I can finally take care of all the "maintenance" that hasn't been done for my body for so many years.

In the old days, I would have just... dealt with my pain. I would have lived with it, even as bad as it was. But instead, I took it for what it was-- a sign that my body needed attention. Instead, I proved to myself that I have changed the way I think about myself-- at least a little. Because I finally value myself enough to deal with my problems, instead of ignoring them. No matter what they are.

I'm not glad that I was in pain, or that I've been ill. I'm not glad my body has been malfunctioning. But I am glad that for once I've taken physical problems and allowed them to guide me to a reasonable, rational, and healthy solution ultimately. I fully intend to pay more attention to my body and what I need, I will listen to my own guidelines and choose a road that leads to a healthier me.











Nutrition for Sports and Exercise




Nutrition for Sports and Exercise





The human body needs the right "fuel" in the form of nutrition foods and sufficient fluids to perform optimally for an athlete or exercise enthusiast, the balance of nutritious foods and proper hydration is critical for peak performance and overall health. Nutrition for Sports and Exercise, Second Edition introduces readers to the science of nutrition for athletes and sports buffs. The book explores the dangers athletes may face when they neglect their nutritional needs and provides valuable information about how athletes can best achieve optimal nutrition.

Good nutrition is important for a healthy, long, and productive life. To function properly, the body must take in a balanced diet rich in carbohydrates, triglyceride lipids (fats and oils), and proteins. Healthy Eating: A Guide to Nutrition provides people of all ages with guidance for choosing and maintaining a healthy diet and explores how nutrition plays a role in areas such as sports, weight loss, disease prevention, and human development.









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HOLIDAY HEALTHY EATING - HEALTHY EATING 


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Holiday Healthy Eating





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    healthy eating
  • Human nutrition is the provision to humans to obtain the materials necessary to support life. In general, humans can survive for two to eight weeks without food, depending on stored body fat. Survival without water is usually limited to three or four days.

  • Learn about eating well and proper nutrition.

  • Healthy eating encourages people to enjoy a wide range of foods, to take pleasure in eating a variety of foods, and to emphasize lower-fat foods, grain products, and vegetables and fruit.





    holiday
  • A vacation

  • Characteristic of a holiday; festive

  • A day of festivity or recreation when no work is done

  • vacation: leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure; "we get two weeks of vacation every summer"; "we took a short holiday in Puerto Rico"

  • vacation: spend or take a vacation

  • a day on which work is suspended by law or custom; "no mail is delivered on federal holidays"; "it's a good thing that New Year's was a holiday because everyone had a hangover"











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Healthy Cooking for the Jewish Home: 200 Recipes for Eating Well on Holidays and Every Day


Healthy Cooking for the Jewish Home: 200 Recipes for Eating Well on Holidays and Every Day



Thanks to the ever-increasing number of kosher products available to home cooks, it's never been easier or more satisfying to prepare delicious, wholesome, and healthful kosher meals. In this new collection of exciting recipes, acclaimed journalist, cooking teacher, and cookbook author Faye Levy presents a progressive, upbeat approach to nutritious kosher cuisine that highlights the pleasure of preparing and eating mouthwatering dishes that promote well-being.
Kosher foods are being used in more and more American homes, and their abundance and diversity is increasing at an impressive rate. From the traditional to the exotic, from extra-virgin olive oil to tasty cheeses, from spicy condiments to Asian-style sauces, from Latin flavors to Indian, Levy introduces both novice and seasoned cooks to a grand array of international ingredients. By showcasing them in such dishes as Poached Turkey with Mushrooms, Wheat Berries, and Dill; Diced Vegetable Salad with Pepitas and Papaya; Marseilles-Style Fish with Saffron and Fennel; and Turkish Autumn Vegetable Casserole with Chicken, she shows how they will add zest to any menu while maintaining solid nutritional value.
With a focus on foods with substantial health benefits, such as nuts, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, Levy revamps old favorites, turning them into updated wholesome creations, including Springtime Chicken Soup with Asparagus, Fava Beans, and Whole Wheat Matzo Balls; Passover Haroset with Pistachios and Pomegranate Juice; Rosh Hashanah Chicken with Dates and Almonds; and Apple Apricot Whole Wheat Noodle Kugel. She introduces new classics to the festive Jewish kitchen, such as Cucumber, Jicama, and Orange Salad with Black Olives; Buckwheat Blintzes with Goat Cheese and Ratatouille; Spicy White Bean Soup with Kale; Purim Baked Turkey Schnitzel with Sweet-Sour Onion Compote; and Macadamia Orange Cake with Red Berry Sauce. Whether you're cooking for yourself and your family any day of the week or preparing a holiday feast for friends and relatives, Healthy Cooking for the Jewish Home is bound to satisfy all your culinary needs.
Variety is not only the spice of life; it's also the spice of nourishing menus. The two hundred healthful, tasty, innovative kosher recipes in this book are sure to add inspiration to your menus and variety to your daily eating, as well as zest to the lives of those who share your table.










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Rice salad




Rice salad





Andrew was back from his holiday with his grandad and cousins today, so I was determined to get some vitamins into him as I thought he would've eaten junk all week. I suggested grilled chicken, pitta bread and rice salad and he said "Finally, some healthy food"!! It transpired he'd had a week of fizzy drinks, pizza, chips and eating out, so was desperate to have some home cooked meals!











Week 18




Week 18





Oh dear, went a little off target this week. All the bank holidays have caught up with themselves and a day in Scarborough proved too much for the weight loss this week and I gained the 2lb back.
Must get myself back on track, have come too far to let it slip!









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The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook: Delicious Recipes and Tips for a Healthy-Carbohydrate Lifestyle (EatingWell)






From the award-winning kitchens of EatingWell come hundreds of easy-to-prepare, full-flavored, satisfying recipes the whole family can enjoy.
This multiple award-nominated cookbook that has already become a bible for thousands who have decided to take control of their health by eating mindfully—including those many households where diabetes is an everyday concern.

Eating wisely and well is one of our most powerful weapons to help prevent and manage diabetes; it's also a delicious strategy all of us can live by. Rather than pushing drastic eating prescriptions that cut out some foods altogether, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook gives you a simple blueprint for healthy eating: choosing healthy carbohydrates to keep blood-sugar levels stable, while using good fats and lean protein sources to provide great flavors and freedom from hunger between meals. It summarizes the best of cutting-edge research and adds real-life advice including: beyond low-carb, low-fat: upgrading to healthier carbohydrates and fats • the glycemic index, explained • eating smart in restaurants and while traveling • healthy eating at holidays and parties • strategies for making lifelong change • and much more. 16 pages of full-color photographs










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HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO BURN OFF 100 CALORIES. HOW LONG DOE 


How Long Does It Take To Burn Off 100 Calories. Weight Loss In 1 Month. Food Diary Calorie Counter



How Long Does It Take To Burn Off 100 Calories





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    how long
  • "How Long (Betcha' Got a Chick on the Side)" is a funk classic by American family girl group the Pointer Sisters, released as the first single from their Steppin' album in 1975.

  • "How Long?" is a 1975 song by the British group Ace from their album Five-A-Side. It reached number three in the Canadian and U.S. charts.

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    burn off
  • clear land of its vegetation by burning it off

  • Burning off is a term connected with television programming. It refers to shows or series that have been produced and paid for, but have not aired for various reasons and will not be continued in the future.

  • use up (energy); "burn off calories through vigorous exercise"





    calories
  • (caloric) of or relating to calories in food; "comparison of foods on a caloric basis"; "the caloric content of foods"

  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used to measure the energy value of foods

  • Either of two units of heat energy

  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules)

  • (caloric) thermal: relating to or associated with heat; "thermal movements of molecules"; "thermal capacity"; "thermic energy"; "the caloric effect of sunlight"

  • (calorie) a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure; used by nutritionists to characterize the energy-producing potential in food





    take to
  • fancy: have a fancy or particular liking or desire for; "She fancied a necklace that she had seen in the jeweler's window"

  • develop a habit; apply oneself to a practice or occupation; "She took to drink"; "Men take to the military trades"

  • A jib is said to take when a vessel has been head to wind and the jib fills on one side or the other.





    100
  • hundred: being ten more than ninety

  • Year 100 BC was a year of the pre-Julian calendar.

  • hundred: ten 10s











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Walk Off Weight: Burn 3 Times More Fat with This Proven Program


Walk Off Weight: Burn 3 Times More Fat with This Proven Program



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Day 134- to try and to fail, the two things I hate




Day 134- to try and to fail, the two things I hate





I'm slowly getting my Circadian rhythm back on track. EVER so slowly, but i woke up before 4pm today, which was nice. I did my morning work out routine. I started doing this just a few days ago, and already i'm liking it.

Here's the deal. I have no problem with my weight. I don't want to lose any or gain any, if it fluctuates up or down a few pounds, i'm not at all bothered. I'm healthy, and that's great. BUT. On top of healthy, I would really like to tone up my muscles again. All through middle school and high school, i was intensely active. Middle school there was cross country training, 100m dash, 400m relay, long jump, and triple jump to keep me in shape. In high school, it was the forty something hours a week of color guard that I did that gave me super muscular arms, almost abs, and a pretty nice back. i find myself, now, in a sort of state of inactivity that i dislike.

the following is a rant about color guard. if you MUST skip it, i continue normally after the italics.

my brief color guard rant. OK. so a lot of people I talk to giggle when I say I was in color guard. Sometimes they call me a geek, nerd, whatever. Well, here's the thing they don't know about color guard... it's kinda hard core. Let me explain, please hear me out. I never was able to weigh 100 lbs in high school. Why? Constant time spent in the sun or band hall, sprinting back and forth. Endless hours of dance classes. Pushups and crunches when I did something wrong or talked back. Laps when the whole group pissed off our director. If the work isn't enough, you'll have to look at the injuries. During my time in color guard, i broke my nose, 3 toes, injured countless tendons/ligaments/muscles/joints, had 9 stitches [i busted open my eyelid and eyebrow. no i didn't fall], received an accidental slit wrist [scary as hell], lost a good percentage of the cartilage in my knee... and i was constantly so bruised that i had grocery store checkers ask me if i needed a hotline to call. I saw several people break their noses, saw a girls eyebrow get ripped off [not just the hair... the skin too], saw a few teeth get knocked out... i mean... this isn't a game. but we love it, so we do it anyway.

for those of you who don't know. Color guard is called "the sport of the arts," it's main organizations are Winter Guard International (WGI) and Texas Color Guard Circuit, but Marching Auxiliaries also has color guard competitions. My high school color guard, (of which i was spirit captain) was the National Champion of MA my sophomore year. We were world ranked my junior and senior year. We were really good. And i was on the weapon line. SO no we're not just the silly girls out on the field with poles. No. I spun a rifle, and a saber. and before you ask, yes, the saber was made of real metal, not wood.

that's my rant. sorry, i've gotten a lot of shit about it in the past


ANYWAY so i've started doing this routine to tone up and get back my perfect clavicle [which i miss so dearly, i would write it love letters if i knew it's forwarding address.] When i get home for christmas break, i'll start doing a 30 minute run every morning before work, too. I'm not supposed to run, because of my heart condition, but i've been cleared for a bit of light cardio daily. A 10 minutes of running, 5 walking, 10 running, 5 walking... that's light. And it burns more calories to alternate. OH MY GAWD i have to get off of this topic.

roommate and i went and got haircuts today. we're kind of twins. not really, but we have the same bangs. My hair is just 6 inches longer than hers. I've begun the process of removing the blasted layers from my hair. I've got that rope thick hair everyone thinks they want. Trust me. You don't. It never dries, it's a pain to style [it takes 1 hr 45 min for anyone, including professionals, to curl my hair], and it falls out at twice the normal rate to keep up. BUT the layers in it make it look even thicker, and they make it look shorter in the front than in the back. I hate that. I love how long my hair is, and i want it to be the same all around...

after, we returned to the apartment and our studying. i passed both my chemistry lab and my micro lab. woo hoo! 2 classes down, 4 more to go!











Glasshouse Mountains burn off




Glasshouse Mountains burn off





Smoke hanging round the late afternoon sky near Mount Beerwah and Coonowrin. There was a burn off at Wild Horse Mountain to the east and the wind blew the smoke straight to the west.









how long does it take to burn off 100 calories








how long does it take to burn off 100 calories




Stephanie Oakes' Burn Off 10 Pounds a Month: The Ultimate Exercise Program for Quick (and Lasting) Weight Loss






Dramatic, lasting weight loss is possible if you know the secret to success-walking! Stephanie Oakes, fitness expert, Nike spokesperson, and mother of two, knows how to get fit and lose weight quickly and easily. She has developed ten unique programs that, combined with some simple, sensible dietary changes, can burn off 10 pounds a month! And this program works for people of any fitness level.
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HOW MANY CALORIES YOU NEED - CALORIES YOU NEED 


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How Many Calories You Need





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    how many
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  • Start with two sets of ten. After two to three weeks you should be able to increase to sets of 15. When you feel ready increase to three sets.

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    calories
  • (calorie) a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure; used by nutritionists to characterize the energy-producing potential in food

  • Either of two units of heat energy

  • (caloric) thermal: relating to or associated with heat; "thermal movements of molecules"; "thermal capacity"; "thermic energy"; "the caloric effect of sunlight"

  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules)

  • (caloric) of or relating to calories in food; "comparison of foods on a caloric basis"; "the caloric content of foods"

  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used to measure the energy value of foods











The Pause that Refreshes! Happy Father's Day Flickr Dads!




The Pause that Refreshes!    Happy Father's Day Flickr Dads!





THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES By Kevin Eikenberry

"According to Ad Age magazine, the slogan introduced for Coca-Cola in 1929 – “The Pause That Refreshes” – was the third best advertising slogan of the 21st Century. I can see why, it’s a great slogan. And I believe its message is one we can employ in our personal and professional lives with much greater meaning and much better results than we would achieve by simply drinking a carbonated beverage.

Here are few ways we can take a pause to refresh ourselves and through that pause produce greater results.

Refresh everything!
Some pauses need to be longer than others. We need to create the short pauses in our lives and we also need to make time for the longer pauses as well. Time spent on a favorite hobby. Time spent reading. Time spent with an old friend. Time spent at the spa. A day trip. A weekend get-away. A full-blown vacation. All of these things can refresh us much more completely and deeply than we might realize. Time away mentally, emotionally and physically can create fresh perspectives, new connections and renewed mental freedom that seem impossible when we have our head down working fifty miles a minute.

Before you return to your next task or read the next thing on your list, take a short break. Pause for a minute and think about what you have just read. Think of how a pause could have aided you in the recent past and resolve to use breaks and pauses more regularly and effectively in the coming days.

While a Coke might help, these pauses will refresh you in deeper and more meaningful ways – without the caffeine or calories. Think about this phrase the next time things are getting a little challenging or difficult. Think about how a break – or even a deep breath – might refresh your mind, body and/or soul in a way that refreshes your approach or attitude catapulting you to greater success."

HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND AND MAY YOU TAKE "MANY" PAUSES THAT REFRESH ALONG THE WAY! (That's of course while you are "clicking" away! One of the greatest enjoyments of them all ; )
ENJOY IT ALL MY FRIENDS!












Day 233




Day 233





Sometimes we need to give ourselves out to little pleasures,small indulgences from time to time.Forget our body shape,our diet,everything and close our eyes and don't remember how many calories something we love and are about to eat contain.
Doesn't matter if you are plus size or thin as a stick,sometime you just need it and that's it!









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