Sunday, May 30, 2010

Girls day

I am sooooooooooooooo sore today I have to take a day off plus my tailbone is bruised that will set me back but wont stop me. XD Yesterday was a girls day eat pho, walked around the mall, took purikura, watched a movie and paint nails.

Yummy thai tea!

The lovely ladies Lana, Jaine, and Huong. <3

(Me blah) pretty girls Janie and Huong.

Girl power!! (^O^)
Sorry for my face expressions I could not think fast b/c I was beat for running and Jillian.........X____x

My nails from last night.

Now to study Japanese or try LOL!!


Ja Nee

Friday, May 28, 2010

9 Tips to Stop Food Cravings and Help You With Your Diet



Lately there has been chess in the house………..I LOVE CHESS!! My control has been shattered I found myself in front of the refrigerator eating 1 to 3 slices of provolone *DROOLS* I feel so guilty after ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!! (T__T) I need to find a job to keep me busy I eat out of boredom and emotion. *sigh* God know how much I have gained. I weighted myself Tuesday I was 160lb *thumbs up*

PS. The Tyra Show has ended today!!! No more new shows but she is going to make movies and books too. (^O^)

Most of us are "regular" people. We don't eat the perfect diet
all the time and have our struggles with food, same as everyone
else. But having an awareness of this fact and knowing a little
bit about our health and food nutrition can help when it comes to
making wise decisions.

Many people struggle with food "cravings." Studies tell us that
it's fairly common for food cravings to happen at certain times,
quite often at around bedtime. Your guard may be down, you may
have had an unusually hard day, and off you go on your
not-so-merry way to find that tasty treat. Fatigue and stress
often combine to take their toll on the best of intentions.

When food cravings are unconstrained, what starts out as a
bedtime snack quickly turns into a full blown feeding
frenzy...not something most of us fully understand or appreciate.
We head to kitchen and every other place where food can hide,
clearing a path as we go.

Most food cravings are not about satisfying a nutritional need or
imbalance. They seem to be more emotionally related, or God
forbid, are caused by plain old gluttony. Exactly why we
over-indulge is not completely understood, however our knowledge
about this subject continues to grow.

Listed below are some thoughts and ideas about food cravings:

- If the food isn't available, you can't eat it! Empty the cookie
jar and keep it that way! Keep healthy food choices on-hand.

- Recognize the feelings and emotions that lead-up to a food
craving. Do you have food cravings when you're bored, lonely, or
stressed? If you can identify a trigger, you can deal with the
emotion that's making you desire a certain food. Try to deal with
the triggers in the best way you can.

- Sometimes, even recognizing that a craving is about to happen
doesn't seem to help. Don't beat yourself-up. There is always
tomorrow. Call a friend, make good use of your support network
and share your feelings with someone.

- Get enough sleep. When you're tired, you're more likely to
crave things.

- Never give-up. When you "slip", press-in, bear-down, get a
grip, do whatever is necessary to re-gain control. Try to
practice restraint most of the time, but don't get legalistic and
un-balanced in your weight loss approach. Think moderation and
not abstinence at all times!

- Understand that self-control and discipline by themselves,
won't cut it! If you depend totally on yourself for control, you
will fail. Forming caring and supportive relationships is
required. If you do not currently have a support network, start
building one TODAY.

- Exercise. It increases feel-good endorphins that cut down on
your cravings. Try to get at least 30 minutes of physical
activity every day.

- Use moderation. Instead of stuffing yourself with every kind of
food hoping that your craving will go away, eat 100 to 200
calories of your "craved" food.

- Substitute with low-fat foods and complex carbs. If you're
hungry for chocolate, eat non-fat chocolate yogurt. Try fig bars
or raisins for a sweet craving.

- Never skip a meal. Eat every three to five hours. Try six
smaller meals or regular meals with nutritious snacks.

- Understand that hunger craving are oftentimes stress related.
Practice other ways to treat chronic stress - a walk in the park,
spiritual connections, a cozy fireplace, baths...all these
stimulate neurochemicals that activate regions of the brain that
stimulate pleasure. Relaxation techniques may work by reducing
the psychological drives on stress output, which can be the root
causes of stress. Bottom line, substitute pleasurable experiences
for comfort foods.

- Beware of certain medications. They can stimulate appetite.
Drugs used for the treatment of depression and bipolar disorder
can be appetite stimulants. Other drugs, both prescription and
over the counter, may influence appetite as well. If you are on a
medication, and troubled by food cravings, discuss this with your
doctor or pharmacist. You may be able to find an alternative that
doesn't send your cravings out of control.

- Distract Yourself. What's that old expression...idle hands are
the devils workshop? Get busy. Do anything other than cave-in to
your desire for food, and keep doing it until the cravings

- One final thought, take a look inside your refrigerator and
kitchen cabinets and do some general "house cleaning." Throw-out
all that unhealthy stuff that is waiting to sabotage your diet,
and start shopping more wisely. A little forethought and careful
planning will go a long way for improving your chances of

Eat wisely, be happy, and live long!

The information contained in this article is for educational purposes
only and is not intended to medically diagnose, treat or cure any
disease. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any
health care program.

Emily Clark is editor at Lifestyle Health News [] and Medical Health News where you can find the most up-to-date advice and information on many medical, health and lifestyle topics.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Oh Yay!!



I am trying to get in the habit of writing on my blog.
Yesterday I took off my nails I am relieved but I miss my long nails already (T___T) I am not use to seeing my nails naked. I want to paint them but they need to rest.

Just came back from Eric’s b-day party I feel so stuffed!! Tomorrow morning I am going to go jog and lunges are a must! Oh my bff got a super CUTE bob haircut!!! She looks fabulous I should have took a picture while it was fresh GAH!!


I just bought it now ($22) I have to wait for it…… (T___T) I can text again but that means I can’t receive picture text………oh well it will due until I get a job to buy a new phone.


Ja nee!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010



I am back to jogging till the mini mister is over at school. My bff and I miss Shannon’s class (^O^)

To look fucking HOT for Oni-con! XD
My cosplay involves a TIGHT dress, HIGH shoes, and BIG hair. Mwahahaha!!

DATE: Oct 29-31

Lovely momoeri!
I wish to achieve her beauty


Ja Nee!

Saturday, May 22, 2010

blah times 2

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! I feel so annoyed !!! I keep telling myself to let it go he might not even bring it up but boys are really stupid……… the only thing I can do is ignore him. Anyways on to a better subject.

I want to learn how to cook!! (^O^) healthy of course XDXD
I was thinking of taking a cooking class at one point still considering it. It’s like all gyaru’s know how to cook even momoeri knows how to cook. What brought on this desire was Janie and I watched It’s Complicated last night and the main character owned a bakery and cooked meals at home the food looked soooooooo GOOD! XD

Miranda Kerr's is awesome! I still have a longs way to go before I look like this or close enough LOL!


Ja Nee

Friday, May 21, 2010

ViVi June

Cute cover (^O^)

I have a bob and I never know what to do with it. Now I do XD

More scans to come!


Ja nee

The rant

It has been a while since I posted XD
Nothing gal related has been going on…………blah

This is going to be a rant I need to let it out or I am going to do something drastic.
I came back from San Macros on the 15th got onto a fight with my dad left that same day before I said anything that would get me a beating. Went to my bff house cried as much as I could in the car before I arrived. Went to a con at my school Chibikita Con. My friends and I working at the Maid Cafe table selling Japanese curry, rice balls, and milk tea. We sold a lot!! XD THEN the big thing that fucked up my day a “friend” of mine thought it would be funny to piss me off by bring up the past.(I hate being mad I work hard not to be)I only had 4 hrs of sleep the night before and he made me snap I said “why do you do this to me?” his response is a shrug. I walked off before I could yell FUCK YOU ASS HOLE!! I walked into the bathroom sooooooooooooo mad told my friend what had happened!!(she knows the whole story)The next time he does it I will speak my mind and it will be ugly and I will throw his fucking phone to the ground!!*SIGH* We are all going to Planet ZERO this Saturday I am really not looking forward to it.

This makes me want to work hard so I can reach my goal to live in Japan. I need to get the hell out of this place away for trash and idiots.

I was so happy.

Okay I think I am done.


Ja nee