Ever since i started exercising regularly, one of the strange things that i found happening is my weight increasing compared to when i first started. Now that’s not exactly a bad thing cause i can see that im loosing fat and my muscle mass is increasing.
Having said that, a wise man once told me that its only 30% exercising and 70% your diet. This is when you eat & what you eat. It’s important to time your meals, 4 hours is a good time frame. If you stick to a routine, know what you consume and with the right quantities , you are on course to losing the fat.
The days where people starve themselves to lose the inches is over, time to know what you eat and take on a lifestyle which will help you in the long run is a sustainable plan. Easier said than done but it needs to be done.
Open the newspapers and all we see is of the horrible things that are happening all around the world. Recently at home, we hear about kidnapping, attempts of robbery and it seems like things are horrible. While these are important so others are aware of what’s going. There is so much good that happens as well!
Saw this video via a friend on facebook of an ad from Coke which picks out snippets from their camera’s all around the world. Recommend that you watch it, there is hope after all
Let’s look at the world a little differently!
Have you seen all the numbers and codes on your vehicle tyres? Everything that is on your tyre is a reference to something. You can check out the chart below which tells you what it means. You want to ensure that you are getting the right tyre, not something that is ancient before it reaches your car.
In this day of age, the world has become truly borderless. People are not only interested in issues in their own backyard but also about issues effecting us as a whole, irrelevant of where we are located. Social networks have totally changed the landscape and now youtube has given another avenue for anyone and everyone to share issues which most of us don’t normally know.
Fantastic step by Youtube, empower the world!
Here is one of the many that are being added everyday!
The world’s biggest brands have continued to grow in value during the current economic uncertainty, according to WPP company Millward Brown’s annual BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study. The No. 1 brand for the second year, Apple, rose 19% in value and is now worth $182.9 billion.
IBM grew 15% in value to $115.9 billion and overtook Google, which dropped to third place in the ranking and is now worth $107.8 billion. In advance of its IPO, eight year old Facebook rose 74% in value, making it the fastest brand value riser in the ranking. Worth $33.2 billion the social network moved up to No.19 from No.35.