Thursday, November 20, 2008




an article from magic fruit...this is life,.



First thing in the morning is the best time to juice. That's when your body is an empty, willing vessel, ready and waiting to be filled with goodness. Hold off for now on the high octane java that will inevitably find its way inside later in the morning. You're a fresh, innocent flower, so shower yourself with goodness.

Some Juicing recipes make waking up a joy. Shuffle into the kitchen. Take out the juicer. Chop your fruits and vegetables to size. Toss them in. Don't forget to put the cup beneath the spout. This is where you might want to put on the ear plugs - some juicers sound like a 747 about to take flight - and flick the switch. Slowly pour the salubrious concoction into your mouth and feel it trickle down the oesophagus. Allow a minute for the juice to take effect. Miraculously, your cheeks will begin to glow, a smile will appear and you will have a strange, insatiable desire to wash your juicer. Go with this. There's nothing worse than dried pulp at bedtime.

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need to have this for my best  

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Halo Halo Ingredients:

1 ripe large banana
2 ripe mangoes or 1 cup canned ripe mango
1 cup firm gelatin set into gel and cut into 1/2-inch cubes
1 cup canned ripe jackfruit
1/2 cup sweet corn or chick peas (garbanzos)
1 cup young shredded coconut, fresh or canned
1 cup cooked sweet yams or (ube halaya) glutinous purple yam, cut into 1-inch cubes
2 cup shaved ice
2 cup milk
4 scoops of favorite ice cream
1/2 cup chopped peanuts or rice krispies

Halo Halo Preparation Instruc

Peel mangoes and slice the meat into 1/2-inch cubes. Discard the seeds.

Prepare 4 tall glasses. Divide each ingredient into 4 equal parts.

In each glass place 1/4 of each ingredient, adding layer by layer starting with corn or chick peas, cooked sweet
yams, jackfruit, bananas, coconut, and gelatin.

Top with 1/2 cup shaved ice.

Pour 1/4 cup milk over shaved ice and top with a scoop of ice cream.

Sprinkle nuts or rice krispies over it.

NOTE: Individual persons may eat as it is or mix the whole concoction before eating. Some of the ingredients above, such as corn or fruits may be substituted with cherries, crushed pineapple, papaya, or any other ripe fruits in season.

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bEing A supeR hEr0 giRl  

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

If i'm going to be a super hero, I'd like to be Sailor MARS.why?
( gusto ko lng bakit ba?) Having the ability to produce and manipulate fire
(haha..lagot sakin ang mga halang ang kaluluwa!).I' ll be shouting a special
phrase, "Mars Power, Make-up...." and then there will be rings of fire
that will circle my body as I spin, forming my outfit in a flash of light.
(bulaga!!!)..La lang just want to share lang..,

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Monday, November 17, 2008


Helpful tips and tests to see if your bra is flattering you as best it should.


Place yourself in your bra
Now that you've found your size, test your fit. Take the opposite hand from the side you are adjusting and gently bring the breast tissue from the back to the front. This movement will help you settle your breasts correctly into the cups.

It should feel good
A great fitting bra shouldn't dig, pull, poke or otherwise cause discomfort. If it does, it's not the right bra (or size) for you. Make sure it feels comfortable when you sit down and move around.

It should look good!
Always try your bras on wearing a t-shirt – it's the best way to see what it's doing for you. A great fitting bra can make you look taller, will define your waist, and even make you look slimmer!

Don't settle for wrinkles
If you see extra fabric or wrinkly, baggy cups, the cup size is too big. Try sizing down.

Don't fall out
Take a look at the front of the bra. There shouldn't be any breast tissue spillage, puddling, or falling out of the bottom of the cups. If there is, your cup size is too small. Try sizing up for a flattering, more natural looking fit.

Straps shouldn't work too hard
Your bra's support comes from the band, not the straps. So be sure that you're wearing the correct band size. Too big, and your straps will end up taking the weight, which will cause them to put pressure on your shoulders and dig in.

Is your band straight?
Look in the mirror from the side. Your band should be at the same level all the way around. If it is riding up in back, it's probably too big. Try sizing down a band size or tightening your band.

Mind the gap
The center front of your bra should lie flat against the breastbone. It should not lie on top of any breast tissue. If there's a large gap, you may need to go up a cup size.

How tight is right?
Your band should feel firm and secure, but you should also be able to slip two fingers beneath the band in back, and one in the center in front. If you can't, you may need to loosen your band a bit, or go up a size.
Underwires shouldn't dig
Underwires should lie flat at the front of your bra, against your ribcage. If you feel your underwire digging into any breast tissue, you should try a larger cup size or a different style.
Bras stretch over time
Be sure you're wearing your bra on the loosest hook. Your bras can stretch with washing and wear, so when you buy a new bra, it's best to ensure it fits properly on a loose hook, so you can tighten it as needed.

How to know when you've found a perfect fit?
Your breasts will feel like they are "sitting" in the cups, you will not feel any underwire pinching and your bra will feel comfortable and supportive. You shouldn't have to settle for a so-so fit. Sometimes you will have to go up a cup size or two. Don't let it concern you – sizes do vary among brands. Finding the perfect bra takes time and patience, but the way you will look (and feel) once you have found it will be worth all of your effort.


Reminder

Check back in six months or so. You should re-evaluate your bras regularly to be sure they are fitting you the way they should – because a woman's body does change over time, and bras stretch and lose shape with repeated wear and washing. It may be time to stock-up again, soon!

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Discover Victoria's Secret
http://www2.victoriassecret.com/collection/?cgname=OSCLODRSVIL&cgnbr=OSCLODRSVIL&rfnbr=2667

hot and fashionable dresses exclusively from Victoria's secret

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Being pregnant does not mean we can’t no longer wear trendy maternity dress... of course we can! We just have to make sure that it will fit right. Having big tummy during pregnancy is not a hindrance for us to be FASHIONISTA!

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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Who's addicted to Scrarfs?
http://fashion.about.com/od/latesttrends/ss/howtowearscarf.htm

Tone-on-tone scarf and outfit looks work best with neutrals -- black, navy, camel, cream -- and take on a sophisticated vibe when you mix fabrics (satin, shine, wool, etc.) Charlize Theron's all-black is elegant because she paired a long knit scarf with a metallic jacket.

Take a long scarf and hold it in front of you. Twist it a few times in the middle, then toss the ends straight over your back. Bring each end back to the front on the opposite side and leave the ends to dangle.

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