DAMMIT MAN Beyonce!!!
Kings of Leon should def win The Song of the Year!!!
SHIT!!! There are alot of people at the Grammy’s!
sometimes i just ramble on and on and on and on…
I am sitting in class wishing I were on a beach in some tropical island sipping on some friuty and and frosted drink. Eyes closed, laid back in a hammock or some sort of lounge chair. A barely there bathing suit listening to waves collide into each other. the sweet smell of sand and ocean and sweat and tanning lotion. Ugh! get me out of here!
I hate you, because you made me love you, but you never loved me back.
Lately I have been having an aversion to food (I otherwise love to eat…) I always feel overwhelmingly nausea. At first I though perhaps it was hunger itself that made me feel this way and would force my self to eat something, usually something simply like bread or soup, but I find that makes me feel even more sick. Going to the doctor is so inconvenient and it feels like if I just throw up, all of my problems would be solved. If I could only throw up…. A Bulemist Dilemma!
Watching “The Soloist” with Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx. There is a particular scene where Robert Lopez (Downey) goes to the depths of urban hell (the ghetto or some ghettoized neighborhood) to find Nathanial (Jamie Foxx). The place is like a death zone, or some area where only fiends, zombie like addicts, and decrepit dealers roam. Of course EVERYONE is black, and thos who arent are old and obviously ill. It’s amazing to see Hollywood’s description of how one of these neighborhoods look. I grew up not wealthy and while there were drugs and drug dealers, and mentally ill folks, there was also brilliance, and compassion, hard and endless work, pride and dignity. I would even venture to say that the latter character traits are the more dominate. But who am to say. Afterall, this is Hollywood we are speaking of and if they show it, it MUST be right… right?
Of course, there are many ways to form the exercise habit, but here’s a suggested plan using the 6 Changes Method:
Commit as publicly as possible to forming this habit in 2 months. Also commit publicly each week to that week’s change.
Week 1: Lace up your shoes and get out the door. That’s it. Go back inside and do whatever you want after that. Choose a trigger (after your morning coffee, right when you get home from work, etc.) and do it right after the trigger each day.
Week 2: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, and walk for 5 minutes. That’s all. Baby steps.
Week 3: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, walk for 10 minutes.
Week 4: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, walk for 15 minutes.
Week 5: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, walk for 15 minutes, with a couple of 30-second jogging intervals thrown in.
Week 6: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, walk for 20 minutes, with four 30-second jogging intervals thrown in.
Week 7: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, alternate jogging and walking for 20 minutes.
Week 8: Lace up your shoes, get out the door, and jog for 20 minutes, with a few walk breaks thrown in.
That’s it. Small baby steps, and after two months, you have a new habit that’s pretty firmly ingrained.