Time to get back to the 'fidget midget' way of moving.
All those years in primary school being conditioned to sit still have not done me any favours now I am an adult working long hours behind a desk or commuting. I have started doing this a few weeks back and I am feeling so much more agile and active.
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Soak 2 slices of day old Bread in full cream Milk for 10 minutes.Apply to this mixture to Face,Neck and Arms and rub in well..Leave on for 5-10 minutes to soak into the skin.Wash off with warm Water and pat dry.This application leaves the Skin petal soft and deep cleanses as well as moisturises it.
I have been using this from childhood.It also helps to remove tanning effects of the Sun.
I have always had a tendency to fidget. I used to work really hard at not fidgeting. When I learned that fidgeting burns calories... I fidget all the time, and when people ask me to stop, I explain that fidgeting burns calories and ask if they wouldn't like to join me? Sometimes I get the strangest looks and sometimes people start fidgeting with me
I don't like fish due to my early childhood, but am learning it's necessary for my health and weight loss. I don't know how to pick quality fish, properly prepare it, cook it, and then know it's done, plus it stinks the house so badly. SO, whenever I eat out, I order fish - just not fried. The restaurant chef has been trained in food preparation and the odor stays there. I just eat and reap the results.
My family owns a vacation home on a recreation lake. We spent our summers there since I was a child. My father would throw out 4 fishing lines before leaving for work in the morning. EVERY NIGHT we ate cat fish. I swore if I lived through childhood, I'd never eat fish again. Now I'm learning to!
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