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A Kid’s Birthday Party – Fear Turned To Tears

This begs the question: How do i rate the foods I eat? How do I know which to cut out and which to keep? I’m sure you know some general rules already. You probably know that fried chicken is less healthy than plain chicken. You probably know that fruit is a better desert than ice cream. But beyond generalities like that, most people don’t have a clue.

Kids are usually on the move, especially when the sugar from the cake and ice cream kick in. Be prepared to capture the moment quickly. Waiting too long to get the shot will ruin a good candid and can even make antsy kids run when they see you coming!

Write a press release–and send it to your trade journals and local newspapers. Your small business may not get rebranding coverage in the Wall Street Journal, but your local newspaper will be likely to run at least a blurb about the change. You may even catch a journalist’s eye and get a longer write-up.

If you keep this up over a period of months, you’ll greatly increase the quality of your diet. All other things being equal, this should result in increased health and energy, along with significant fat loss. It won’t get you the abs you want, but it will definitely help you on the quest.

Although fat is twice as kilojoule-dense as carbohydrates and protein, it’s brainless to avoid it altogether because you’ll just want to eat a whole horse, saddle and all. Fats keep you fuller for longer because they stop your stomach from emptying too quickly. Your body must get some fats to function properly. About a third of our kilojoule intake should come from fat. Too little fat in the diet can result in dry skin, wounds not healing properly, reduced immunity function and vitamin deficiencies. Plant fats (found in olive oil, nuts and avocados) and omega-3 fats (from oily fish like sardines, mackerel and salmon) are good sources of essential fats. There’s even evidence suggesting that omega-3s can help with weight loss.

The real reason people quit their businesses is that they cannot stand hearing the word “No.” And they will hear “No” more than any other word in the language (no matter what language they’re speaking).

Celebrity birthdays never really registered very high on my radar and didn’t seem all that important in the grand scheme of things. Given my status as Stephen King examiner, this one probably should’ve occurred to me. 120 articles under my belt and i’m still a noob. How do you like them apples?