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The great thing about the Grammy album each year is that no matter who you are, or what taste of music you have this music will forever help you define whatever type of year you had. Music is such a large part of our culture, that unless you never turn on the radio or TV you will have heard many of these songs. I am a bit partial to this year's album as I do love much of the music on it, but the memories that run through my mind when listening to this music is undeniable. Yes it's a bit nostalgic, and yes in that sappy, oh how time passes kind of way.
If you're like me you'll remember that terrible ad with Chris Berman trying to look cool in that Toyota ad every time you hear Kelly Clarkson's "stronger." You'll remember when you first heard the black keys over five years ago and thought it was neat that you liked a band nobody else knew about. You remember watching a youtube video with five people who play a guitar and sing "Somebody that I used to l know." You'll feel slight anger that Mumford and Sons has become more popular than the Avett Brothers. You might remember how weird it was watching Jack White try to be funny on the Colbert Report, and you might even remember hearing Carly Rae Jepson sing live for the first time on the Jimmy Fallon show and realize she doesn't sound all that great live...then hearing the same thing on new year's eve...
I absolutely adore a lot of this music (Lumineers) and I absolutely hate some of it (come on Taylor Swift is your time up yet?) But I'll happily add this album to my collection of other Grammy Albums because each one of them brings back different memories.
Okay, I keep hearing all of these AWEFUL things about the Atkins diet -- About long term consumption of high levels of fat and protein and what devastating effects it has on your system. I, like most people that eat this way, am not a doctor. I can only speak for myself, but I get my information from legitimate scientific studies. Those studies, new and old, indicate that short-term and long term high protein / low carbohydrate intake is safe and may even be the most healthy way to eat. What out-proves even scientific experiments are personal experiments. I have had no more than 10 - 20 grams of carbohydrates per day in my system for over 20 years and drink a gallon of water per day. Yes, every day for 20 years I have eaten what that AMA has told me not to - huge amounts of fat and protein with nearly zero carbohydrates. Forget about the weight (though I did loose over 75 pounds and have kept it off all this time with NO rebound). The reason I changed my eating habits was to be the healthiest person I could be. And now I am. I make regular doctor visits and I am told that I am the healthiest man my doctor has seen in a very long time. My blood pressure is perfect, my cholesterol is perfect, I am physically fit and I feel well rested after 4 hours sleep per night (yes, this for 20 years also). I have gained increased metal clarity, eliminated my depression problems, etc., etc., etc. I could write on forever. What I am trying to say is... Don't let the dogmatic system of medicine and nutrition in our civilized nations dictate how our bodies work with food. Objective science is the only system that can do that. Just because the establishment or the "majority" believes something, certainly does not make it true. Read the evidence. Don't let the FDA or even Dr. Atkins persuade you to believe something. Find out for yourself. I found Dr. Atkins to be right on the money, and my body and mind are living proof... proof enough for me at least. Prove it to yourself.
This is my first workout game. I'm a regular exerciser, hockey player and gym member. I was a little skeptical about the game, but thought it could not hurt to try and might be nice for at home when no time to go to gym. It actually far surpassed my expectations. It's a lot of fun, the motion tracking is very good, I blame my lack of cordination for most of the failures to keep in sync. It's perfect for getting in a quick 20 minutes before going to work. The boot camp training mood is very hard. It kicked my ass. The big test will be my wife trying it out tonight. I think she will love it, especially the yogo and zen workouts.
This book is great to have while planning your trip to and while travelling around in Ireland. Not only does it give you ideas for places to go, but this book also provides a brief history of different sites as well as various cities. Definitely a good read as you're driving around Ireland. The map is also very handy.
I have 4 and 3 year old daughters. The have been facinated with my Kindle Fire tablet. This was designed just for the. I didn't have to buy 2. It allows me to set up profiles for the both of the. The apps and ebooks keep them occupied as they learn. I don't have to be concerned to them accessing internet content not suitable fror their age. It's great that as a parent I can keep track of their learning progress online. I recommend this product for all parents for their children.