May 13, 2015

Crunching Down The Minutes

Believe it or not, you only need 15 to 30 minutes a day to become healthier. A lot of people complain that they do not have enough time to exercise or do things to make their body fit. If you have the spare time to check your Facebook or Twitter every day, then you can definitely make room for exercise, you can even do it at work. While everyone is chatting in the office, you can use the extra 30 minutes to walk around the building. This way, you will relieve your stress while burning down the calories.

You can also do a bit of stretching or yoga after you wake-up for just 15 minutes. Sweating early in the morning is not only great for slimming down your waist; it also prepares your mind for the task at hand. As you can see, you do not need a lot of time to become fit, so stop making any excuses.

An Apology Gift For Me

My brother always invites his guy friends over. One time, his friend came to my room without permission and took my guitar so he could play. If it weren’t for the fact that the capo that was attached there got broken, I wouldn’t have known of that incident. I was severely frustrated not because he borrowed the guitar without permission, but because the capo was broken.

To make up for it, my brother’s friend bought a drop d capo for me. I didn’t want to accept it at first because it was not like the capo I had, but dropping the D was kind of cool, plus I needed a new one so I took it anyway. Now I keep my room under lock and key. No one goes in without my permission.

April 6, 2015

Cooking Versus Eating Out

Home cook meals are delicious, especially if the person who made it used different spices and herbs. Meanwhile, eating out is convenient, and you don’t have to prepare anything anymore. A lot of people are citing that one is better than the other, but is this really true? Health buffs usually make their own meal because they get to control what ingredients they can use. Furthermore, they know how it was prepared and they are assured that it is clean.

Busy people like those who work in the office prefer to eat out because they do not have the time to cook. It gives them the satisfaction, not to mention fast food can be very addicting. They also have a lot of choices because there are different types of restaurants out there. So which is greater of the two? One cannot live on fast food alone, but there are times when you need to eat out. So in this case, both of them are winners.

April 5, 2015

An Exchange Of Gifts

My sister has a long distance relationship with his boyfriend for two years. They met through a common friend, got talking, and became really close. But then the guy moved to another state so if they wanted to keep the relationship going, they had to do so online and through phone calls. For their first anniversary, her boyfriend gave her a promised ring.

As for my sister, she gave him a mackie 1604 vlz bag because the guy was into those kinds of stuffs and would constantly need a bag for his spare. They just bought their gifts through internet and had it sent to each others addresses. It was kind of a bittersweet affair. I hope it turns out alright for both of them.

March 22, 2015

Anna Kendrick for the Win

I first saw Anna Kendrick in the movie Pitch perfect and she is good. She is an American singer/actress. She rose to fame after her performance as Natalie Keener in Up in the Air, for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Her other work includes The Twilight Saga, Camp, Rocket Science, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, 50/50, End of Watch, Pitch Perfect, and the Broadway musical High Society, for which she received a Tony Award nomination.

In 2012, she played the part of Rosie in the screen adaptation of the baby guide, What to Expect When You're Expecting, and voiced the character Courtney in the stop-motion animated feature, ParaNorman. She starred in Pitch Perfect as Beca, a rebellious college student who discovers her voice in her school’s female a cappella group, and she is featured on the film's soundtrack. Kendrick also appeared in the police drama End of Watch, playing Janet, the wife of police officer Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal). She is set to appear the political thriller The Company You Keep, starring Robert Redford and Shia LaBeouf (this premiered at film festivals but is awaiting distribution).