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Tell Me What To Eat To Lose Weight





tell me what to eat to lose weight






    lose weight
  • reduce: take off weight

  • Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue.

  • There is evidence that both men and women who gain weight in adulthood increase their risk of diabetes.





    tell me
  • "Tell Me" is the second single from Bobby Valentino's debut album Bobby Valentino. The video directed by Erik White featured a remixed version with rapper Lil Wayne, however this version was not featured on the album.

  • Tell me is the title of an ad calling for universal suffrage in Hong Kong. It ran once as a full page ad on the front page of most Hong Kong newspapers on 28 October 2005, and inspired many other people and groups in Hong Kong to run advertisements supporting democracy.

  • "Tell Me!" was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000, performed in English by August & Telma.





    eat
  • Put (food) into the mouth and chew and swallow it

  • Have (a meal)

  • Have a meal in a restaurant

  • feed: take in food; used of animals only; "This dog doesn't eat certain kinds of meat"; "What do whales eat?"

  • eat a meal; take a meal; "We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls"; "I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation"

  • take in solid food; "She was eating a banana"; "What did you eat for dinner last night?"











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Tell Me: Children, Reading, and Talk


Tell Me: Children, Reading, and Talk



“There is a correlation between the richness of the reading environment in which readers live and the richness of their talk about what they've read.”
“In any group of children we find that if they begin by sharing their most obvious observations they soon accumulate a body of understanding that reveals the heart of a text and its meaning(s) for them all.”
Talking about a book helps a child find the heart of a story, make sense of a string of facts, and understand complicated ideas. Aidan Chambers proposes an approach for discussing books so children learn to talk well about what they've read. Indeed, not only talk well, but listen well. And not just about books, but about other things. For the “Tell me” approach ultimately helps children learn to clarify ideas for themselves and to communicate with others. It is, in short, a basic step in applying knowledge and articulating meaning.
Tell Me offers practical information about book talking in the classroom, explaining some of the processes and outlining the ground rules developed by teachers and others who work with children and books. From their experience he has formulated a Framework, “a repertoire of questions that assist readers in speaking out their reading.”
Tell Me is companion to The Reading Environment.










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The Last Apology




The Last Apology





We always knew this was gonna be like clawing our way out of tombs. Nails breaking on the weather scrubbed stone. Skin scraping into the light; streaked with blood and the cold of our own breath. We could tell it was going to be a shit time long before we got here to the present.

I know you're pissed at me. Please don't look at me as though I was already dead.

There is no way to apologize to myself without sounding like I have lost my mind. Who cares? Self talk has always been a slightly unhinged affair and is, ironically, the main thing that has preserved my sanity the most over the years.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry that whenever it gets especially tough I make things worse by eating more cheese and drinking more beer. I'm sorry that I have let myself drink so much beer for so long that I can drink any Russian under the table without losing my shit for a second. I'm sorry that for the last three years I have let all my self discipline degrade under the weight of this stress and this never ending crisis our life has been. I know that it has led us here to where we are today. To this point of awful self loathing.

I'm sorry that I have let us gain over 75 pounds in the past three years. I know that it was natural to gain weight after breaking the hip and not walking for months. But I could have exerted more self control to prevent the mental damage this weight gain has created. I could have prevented this amount of weight gain.

I'm sorry that I have spent so much time telling everyone I'm sorry for things that couldn't possibly be my fault and all this time I have neglected myself.

I'm sorry I couldn't protect myself without also breaking myself. I'm sorry for so much.

I slip uncomfortably between the "me"s and the "us"s and the "you"s, all me, all the time. Plurals and singulars weaving in and out with no order.

I can't change what has already passed.

Things are closer than they appear in the rear view mirror.

Can you forgive me and allow us to move ahead? Will you let this awful neglect become the past that we have overcome?

Please believe that I wish I'd saved up all my inappropriate apologies and put them by like a dowry for your spirit. I wish I'd taken each one and layered them with ivory silk in a cedar trunk so that you could see that each one of those apologies I let slip into the air between me and other people were really for you because you deserved more apologies than you ever got. I wish I'd caught them like butterflies and pinned them to your hair because I know that you were too afraid to ask for them yourself.

There is only one left and you can ask for it now. Ask.

Take this apology and pin it to your throat like the jewel it is. Let it be your winter compass, snowbird- let it lead you into spring.

I am so sorry that I couldn't be our own parent, our own friend, our own knight in shining armor, or even our own comedienne. I'm sorry that I was too young to know how to be anything but a frightened child. I'm sorry that I was never able to grow up fast enough. I've never caught up. I'm still breathless from the ride.

But you see what love motivated me? It always looked like self loathing when really I just wanted some way to deflect the real danger from our flesh, from our spirit, because I felt love for this corporeal nightmare, this little light our spirit always had. It got so hard to keep the night light lit. We wanted to die anyway. But you see that it was love and care that made me try so hard? I just didn't know how to be the person we needed.

Looking through the telescoping past you can see that it was always love we wrote.

Come, let's light the path, others follow in the dark behind us.



Note: Next up is the plan to recover my body and bring it back into a healthy fold and it may take more than one post to lay that one out. This is all coming out fast and furious but not panicked or stressed. I want to string the path out before I cross into the new year. I want to uncover as many obstacles that I may find ahead before I get to them.

I think I have passed the darkest point now and I think anyone who keeps reading will find that I am excited and also in the middle of forgiving myself. I've already forgiven everyone needing forgiving for the abuse part of my past. I truly did that a very long time ago. I've been angry with myself though and I'm feeling it slip away now.

I hope that everyone else who has been through similar experiences as I have can do the same for themselves. And any time you see words from Blaize- pay attention! She is a wise lady. So, are you ready to start feeling the warmth and light that are stirring under the snow and ice? Winter protects life by holding it still until it is time for the sap to run. People are not much different.











Skinny




Skinny





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Last night I was lying on my bed and weight came to mind, why? Well here's the deal.

As of late it seems as though almost everyone I know has mentioned my how skinny I am. Normally that wouldn’t bother me, but it has built up and I’ve reached frustration and feel the need to stand up for myself and others who go through the same thing.

I am skinnier then I was last year, yes, I know that. I am not an unhealthy weight for my height, and I know that; I also know I can’t lose any more weight without it becoming unhealthy. And I have no intentions of losing more weight. No, I didn’t try to lose the weight, it just happened between all the moving, heat, being sick for a month, and surgery for the removal of all four wisdom teeth.

Yes, I understand that there is a concern and that people are, but by saying things like “Wow… You are so skinny; you need some meat on you.” Or “Emily! Where did you go, you are so tiny?” These things do not encourage me. In a lot of ways saying things like that are very discouraging and not helpful.

I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And my soul knows very well. Psalm 139:14

God has made me as I am, He’s made me skinny.

The thing is, I’m tired of all the comments about how skinny I am and they have been building up recently. For the first time, I personally am very comfortable and happy with how I am and look. I don’t wear makeup much anymore, I like the clothes I wear despite the fact some of them are too big, I’m comfortable being skinny little me. God made me who I am and that is who I’ll be.

So, please, before you tell someone how skinny they are or you say something about their weight and that you think they need to eat more think about what you are saying and how you’d feel if people said stuff like that to you all the time. Compliments are awesome and encouraging, but otherwise it’s good to think about what we are about to say when it comes to someone’s weight.










tell me what to eat to lose weight








tell me what to eat to lose weight




Tell Me A Story: Timeless Folktales from Around the World






Folktales, fairytales, myths and legends from the popular newspaper feature Tell Me a Story by Amy Friedman, with illustrations by Jillian Gilliland, originally published in newspapers around the world by Universal Press Syndicate.

This volume contains the 21 stories that appear on the first three CD Audiobooks in the Tell Me a Story series.

Folktales, fairytales, myths and legends from the popular newspaper feature Tell Me a Story by Amy Friedman, with illustrations by Jillian Gilliland, originally published in newspapers around the world by Universal Press Syndicate.

This volume contains the 21 stories that appear on the first three CD Audiobooks in the Tell Me a Story series.










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