Friday, May 27, 2011

Jamie's Food Revolution

Let me catch you up to speed on what's been going on in my life....


Photography class-simply put is kicking my ass. I can't seem to get an A on any of my projects. How can a picture not be an A if you followed all of the requirements? This is where creative classes and their gray matter grading scales get to be a little frustrating. Not to mention that one class period is 4 hours and 15 minutes long...times that by three and you have my weekly total. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights I spend in photography class and the rest of the week I'm trying to catch up on sleep, which hasn't been going well.

Exercise-I've taken hot yoga classes and have fallen in love. Everything is wonderful except for the class. =) What I mean when I say that is...the class is extremely difficult when the room exceeds 95 some degrees and some guy's sweat drips on your yoga block. YUCK. The class is also difficult b/c I personally like to listen to music while I workout, but in hot yoga I have the privelage to hear every one's heavy breathing in the class, the instructer saying which pose to go into, and some occasional pass of a neighbor's gas (kidding! lol).

What tv shows I've been loving right now-The doctors, Dr. Oz, Say Yes to the Dress, and now Jamie's Food Revolution. I just watched an episode tonight of Jamie's Food Revolution and I wish I could do exactly what he is doing. I can't wait to see what will happen. I applaud him for raising awareness to our diets. IT'S ABOUT TIME SOMEONE STEPS UP TO THE PLATE AND MAKES SOME CHANGES! (ehhh I guess pun intended =)).

Now I'm off to make some changes of my own...Crazy Sexy Diet here I come! =)

2 comments:

  1. Yay for hot yoga... I miss it I had started off this year with doing it and than just stopped. Not sure why but I miss it all the time...I guess I better go sign up for some classes :)

    Jamie's Food Revolution is a great show!!!

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  2. My photography classes always kicked my ass as well - I was always too literal and therefore, was constantly butting heads with my professors. I was like 'it's a damn good shot' and they were like 'but what's the (bull shit) meaning?' :) I understand conceptual, but my photography interest did NOT lie in the conceptual category - I shoot products, not ideas - deal with it :)

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