Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Made me laugh so much

Such a cute picture!

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

My costumes are here!

Only had time to pose for one photo! It's rehearsals all the way.

I don't know why I stopped blogging

I never thought I'd abandon my blog but I did! I wonder why ... Maybe because I know have another outlet for expression. But anyway I decided I should make an effort to keep blogging because reading old entries when time has passed is quite a surreal thing!

I think I'll just upload more photos if I get lazy. Any little thing matters!

So this photo is my first time experiment cutting my old tights. To be honest, it didn't go very well. But anyhow I got inspired and cut up my other old leotards. In the end I managed to recycle my old leotards to really cute warm up stuff! Alright class is starting now. Later!

Sunday, November 25, 2012

My Naf Naf Dress!

Monday, October 29, 2012

Someday I might use this

I really love this article.

My favourite quote:

What does the purchase of luxury goods afford? Potentially a concise and consciously indiscrete badge, screaming, “I’m a success, have money, can afford this! Acknowledge me!”

2nd favourite quote:

I say the Human Condition is a Constantly Unsatisfied one. This is not a bad thing. This is not a cynical statement. We are all in a permanent state of desire, of wanting, for one thing or another. “Desire” exists to address a deficiency, whether for food to appease hunger, or a luxury handbag, to imbue social standing. 

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Love this article - hehe

This is so funny: From ----- A requited love affair Date September 16, 2012 Angie Kelly Fabulously fashionable ... Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty Images Dear France, We have to talk. Ma cherie, it's not you, it's moi: I'm sad to say after this long and devoted love affair, it's time to let go. At last I've met someone else. Let's face it, though, it was always a one-sided relationship. I loved you dearly but your heart remained immune to me. Repeatedly, I tried in vain to get your attention - sighing over your gorgeous avenues, smiling at waiters, relentlessly trying to perfect your melodic mother tongue ... yet there was nothing but nonchalance. Like the most handsome man in the room who knows he doesn't have to do anything to be noticed, France ... you ignored me! Which naturally made me want you more. Until there was Italy. Advertisement Ah, Italia. How it flirted, looked me squarely in the eye and warmly shared its gifts from the first hours of our meeting. It had me from buongiorno. Those open arms and double-cheeked kisses, those whole-body smiles and twinkling eyes had me hooked from the start. Ma belle, I toyed with the idea of keeping you on the side, but now my heart belongs to Italy. Fabulous, fashionable, pleasure-worshipping Italy. From the noisy restaurants of Florence to the quiet, olive-laden hills of Tuscany; from sexy Roman bars to the labyrinthine lanes of Venice, there's something - and someone - to love around every corner. Lunches that go on and on, beautiful crumbling ruins infused with the beginnings of civilisation, boutiques to drool over, piazzas for late-night people-watching, pastel-coloured country villas to dream about, that all come with a smile at the very least. Most likely a long chat and, if you're really lucky, a song. True, mon amour, it wasn't all bad. We have had some great times together. I will always remember feeling giddy after drinking champagne and wandering the charming back streets of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, or that Sunday stroll past the bistros of the Marais. The sunny lunch among the lavender of Provence, that heart-tugging garden at Giverny, your sense of style or just how damn good-looking you are. Yes, yes you're gorgeous, but in the end, aloof. And now I've been dazzled. Your neighbour with the great big personality has me hook, line and cinque de terre. It comes close, looks you in the eye, and flirts - by god it flirts - and, well, I've had more attention in one week in Italy than you, my dear France, have given me in years. So goodbye, good luck and don't forget me. There will be someone new ready to fall head over heels in love with you any moment now. Not that you'll notice. Ads by Google Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/travel/a-requited-love-affair-20120914-25wov.html#ixzz26siKU661

Monday, September 17, 2012

Haven't cooked in eons!

I know I haven't blogged in eons either but nowadays with twitter, instagram... It's difficult to sit down to blog.

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Reviews of one of my latest thing - the bed of nails.

Spoonk Acupressure Mat from Cotton/Eco-foam made in USA --- Dr. OZ Best Advice Ever!

OKAY, FOLKS!! LOOK NO FURTHER for an EXCELLENT accupressure mat that REALLY WORKS! Let me tell you about this WONDERFUL product.

I am a licensed physical therapy asst., with 14 years experience. I have specialities in lymphedema (a type of protein swelling/edema) as well as myofascial release (a form of soft tissue release used to realign the pelvis, spine and neck and break up adhesions). I PERSONALLY use this mat, and cannot say enough good things about it!!!

I was in a car wreck in 2010, and my own spine is fused from T7 to L1 (with two Harrington rods and 10 screws). I have tried EVERYTHING to break up the adhesions in my spine from the scar tissue that developed after my surgery. Well, let me tell you, THIS MAT WORKS WONDERS!!! Don't waste your money on more expensive, 'name brand' mats, (as shown on the Dr.Oz Show), because this one works JUST as well!! ALSO, this particular mat has more 'points' (over 6,000) that the other mats I researched. (most of the others have only 4,000 or so). The soft cover is WASHABLE, and it did NOT have any strange odor when it arrived, as at least one other reviewer wrote.

I lay on this mat for 20 minutes every morning and every evening, and WOW....talk about pain relief!!! The key to using these mats is to get RELAXED when you lie on them, so the tissue can realign itself easier. If you drink caffeine, I would suggest using the mat FIRST thing in the morning before you have your coffee, tea, etc. Another tip is to drink 24 ounces of WATER AFTER being on the mat so that the body can effectively flush out the toxins that were released. (Flushing out the toxins/lactic acid after using the mat will help give you better LONG TERM results). It is important that when you lay on the mat that you are on a FIRM surface. If you have a tempurpedic style bed that is FIRM (as I do), then you can lay on the mat in bed; otherwise, it is best to put the mat on the floor or other firm surface.

Also, if after using the mat on your back you notice that you have tightness in your buttocks/legs or abdomen, make sure the next time you use the mat you position it to hit these areas. As your muscles begin to 'release' (relax) in one area, it is common to then notice tightness in another area. This is your body's way of letting you know what part of your body needs to be worked on next. (The fascia, which runs through EVERY muscle and even organs in the body is connected from our head to our toes; therefore, when the fascia is released in one area, you can feel the 'pull' or 'tightness' in other areas of the body.)

I always explain 'fascia' to my patients like this: If you have ever skinned a chicken, i.e., a chicken thigh for instance, you will notice pieces of white string like fibers running through the meat. If you have ever tried to pull off those white 'strings', at first it will appear that they should be easy to remove; however, most of the time you end up having to cut the stringy material with a knife to get it off. THIS IS FASCIA. When fascia tightens in a muscle, it 'draws' that muscle together, and voila, you might experience a muscle spasm. Fascia is TOUGH and can knot up in any muscle or area of the body. Since ALL the fascia is CONNECTED, when you release the fascia in one area of the body, the fascia then 'draws/pulls' to the next tightest area. (Think of a long rubber band that is stretched out between two poles - if you cut the rubber band in the middle, the two pieces will immediately snap in opposite directions towards the path of least resistance, or in this case, the two poles). The fascia in our body works exactly the same way when it is released. 'Listening' to what your body is telling you will help guide you to the next area that needs to be released.

USING THIS MAT DAILY WILL HELP!!! I hope the information I gave helps. My main points about this accupressure mat:

2) It does NOT have a foul odor (despite what another reviewer said)
3) The cover is WASHABLE (I wish the other reviewer who said it 'smelled' would have washed the cover if she thought it had an odor!)
4) It has more accupressure points than other expensive mats (8,000 something vs. 4,000 to 6,000)

Saturday, August 04, 2012

My ballet studio

I've been addicted to trying all sorts of phone apps. Anyway, this is really retarded but I just discovered how to make collages. So this my first one.

Thursday, July 05, 2012

Back to the Basics

I felt as though I've had my head in the clouds for the past month.

It's time to get back to work!

(Though I'm having lunch with a friend and going down to the store to pick up my shoes then work in the studio)

So I'm going back to the basics to work again with my first company, and I've added another two people that I will work with for the rest of the....summer?

Hopefully blog about my progress more. Later guys!

Thursday, June 28, 2012

1000 Tweets Today


1000 tweets today!

I realize I almost no longer blog. There are a couple of reasons, for all those who still come here.

1. I write, blog and publish for a living. That makes maintaining this blog almost like work.

2. Secondly, I dance .... a lot these days...it almost feels like I dance my feelings and thoughts. I no longer need this blog as a creative outlet.

3. Thirdly, I've since discovered that I would like to withdraw into my privacy of my thoughts more often these days since whatever I'm thinking is not appropriate to document on this blog.

Thus, the cobwebs here!

Nevertheless, it is still nice to have.