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Dance off the Inches: Hip Hop Party
Getting Fit Doesn't Have To Feel Like Work. Anyone can dance off the inches we've made it easy. Just 10 moves are all you need to dance this hip hop routine and we ll show you how. No matter what your age or fitness level, you can have a great time while dancing your way into great shape. You ll want to do this workout because it s FUN and that s the secret. The more you do it, the more inches you ll lose. It s that simple. Losing inches has never been so easy! Welcome to Dance Off the Inches Hip Hop Party. This fun and funky dance workout will help you melt calories plus tone and tighten your abs. We all know that dance is an effective way to slim down, but here you get an extra bonus: the motion used in hip hop dance is known for developing unparalleled flat, sleek abs without crunches! Who doesn't love that? For this program, dancer Jennifer Galardi has created a routine using three different styles of hip hop that will have you losing inches, gaining confidence, feeling good and looking great.78% (7)
1. I sleep a lot, I wish I could be one of those people that wake up really early and make many things during the morning. 2. I don't care much of how I dress. I mean, it's coherent and not ugly, but I don't spend too much time choosing clothes and I really don't spend any money buying new ones. I'm a cheapskate when it comes to buying clothes for myself. (I think I've spent more in dolly clothes/swaps than in myself) 3. I have no boobs, really, I have the torso of an 11 year old girl that hasn't develop much yet. :P 4. But I have big hips and chubby baby knees, I'm deformed. So the only thing I am careful about clothing is using things that don't accentuate this. I'm glad I've lost some weight this year and don't look too bad now. ^^ 5. I wish I had more time and money to learn languages. I couldn't continue japanese lessons this year and I miss it so much. I would love to learn chinese too. 6. I'm a germ freak. maybe I'm not the cleanest housewife around but I try not to touch anything in the subway or pick things from the floor. 7. I'm afraid of loosing my hair, really I would hate to be one of those old ladies with three hairs on the head. :P (but I really don't do anything to take care of it) 8. I love to make a fool of me to make other people laugh, I love to make funny faces and act silly. 9. I don't always think thoroughly what I say, it's one of my biggest flaws and I hope I will get it solved. 10. My fingers are really chubby which make my hands not feminine at all. However I am grateful for all the things they help me do, for some reason I'm really aware of my hands and the fact that I need to take good care of them. 11. I'm studying Fashion and Tailoring. Hopefully with this year's classes I will have some kind of diploma (for level 1 at least!). 12. I'm really thankful for all the wonderful people in my life. 13. I was born a 13. 14. I really don't think highly of fashion, I don't like to follow trends and I think it's kind of silly to use some kind of garment just because it's fashion right now. For example, I know many people wouldn't use really high waist pants or fluorescent clothes if it wasn't cool right now. 15. I sew what I like, mainly regardless of the majority taste. Sometimes this means people won't like what I've made, but I prefer this to follow the trend. 16. I've been extremely lucky with all the dolly people I've met over the years. I've had some bad experiences with friends in life (or people that I thought were friends) but it's not been the case with dolly friends, all of them have always surprised me in a positive way. 17. I wish I could travel more, I really love to travel. Hope to be able to make some small vacation with my hub soon. 18. On the contrary of that, I really really love being at home, it's my safe place and were I feel more relaxed and happy. 19. I don't feel comfortable speaking about myself, specially when it's about feelings, so I'm sorry if my meme's are not too deep and consist mostly of random not so important facts about me. Sorry it's not too funny either! :P 20. I've worked in the same job (comic lettering) for all my adult life, it's been 10 years now. 21. I'm 30 years old but I always get told I look like I'm 19. Sometimes it's fun (specially if I get the same when I'm older) but sometimes I feel like I have a foolish child face, like I don't know much about life. Maybe it's true. 22. I want to be a good person, I'm not sure I succeed all the time, but I promise you I really try. 23. My mom died on August. I can't tell you how much I miss her and how much we had in common. I am what I am because of her, all I do, all I create, is a part of what she taught me at some point or what I picked up being close to her. I'm afraid I never told her this, I will never forgive myself for it. 24. I went to a german school from kindergarten till I finished high school and you can tell. I'm a nerd, in the sense that I never skip a class or am late for one. I always sit in front and try to learn as much as I can. I love to have good grades and give the best of myself. 25. I haven't had such short hair in more than 10 years. But I LOVE it! It's so comfortable and easy to care. Perfect for going to class at 8.30 AM without having to wake up really early to wash and dry my hair everyday. ;) Is it just me or these memes are always getting longer and longer?? Thank you all for reading my babbling, hope it was kind of interesting at least. ^^I love this dog so much.
Tomorrow at 5 pm, I'm putting Esther in the car, driving to the vet and having her put to sleep. On Monday she had a bad fall that hurt her hips, and more importantly, her elbow. It was the the leg that she was using to hold up most of her body weight. Now that her elbow is hurt, she can barely keep herself up without falling or being in a lot of pain. I made a decision a long time ago, pretty much the day I adopted her two years ago, that when she couldn't walk on her own anymore, I was going to let her go. She's always had trouble moving around, but on Monday I saw her struggle more than she ever has. I immediately took her to the vet and they did x-rays, bloodwork, and sent me home with painkillers and an anti-inflammatory. I stayed with her all day on Monday, waiting to see the medication take action and make her feel better, but there was nothing happening for her. She refused to take the painkillers disguised in some of her favorite foods, and at one point - the dog who's never been aggressive towards me - turned on and snarled and snapped when I tried to move her more comfortably on to her bed. I broke down crying (for about the 14th time that day) and knew that I would have to help her and take the pain away. This morning she seemed more comfortable, but she still took way too long to get up out of bed on her own, and once she was on all four feet, she fell over several times before making it to the front door. Soon after I went to the vet's office and talked to them about scheduling a time to take her in. A new vet was there, and unfortunately I had to go through the process of explaining Esther's condition all over again. It sucked... she looked at her bloodwork and told me how metabolically Esther is in fantastic shape for her age. I started to doubt myself in a big way, and started crying at the counter. The vet kept looking through her file and saw notes that the two previous doctors had made about Esther's issue with mobility and pain. Eventually she started to comment in support of my decision and started pointing out some things in the file that she felt were important reasons to make what's been one of the hardest decisions of my life. I took Esther to work with me today so I could spend as much time with her as possible. She sat with her nose to the window the entire ride to GR, scoping out the world as it went by. My kids at the store were fantastic and helped me get her set up in the back by my desk, and watched her as I went to park the car. During the day she got to meet new people, hang out on Sawtelle, and she got to say goodbye to Eric and Martin. Martin came up with one of the best ideas of the day, to let her party it up and eat some chocolate. We had some Hershey's kisses from Christmas and she ate them up like they were crack! She also got a slice of fancy pizza today, and a top-grade burger patty made with lots of love by Nelson at gr/eats. Esther wasn't raised vegan, like Praxis, but she took to the diet really well. It helped her lose weight when I couldn't walk her, and didn't feel right about feeding her less. I think it also probably has a lot to do with her excellent metabolic health in the last couple of years. But yeah... this is her send off, and I'm letting her have things that I know are going to make her happy and take her mind off of the pain in all of her joints. She literally hurts from her nose to her tail. Tomorrow I'll be watching the clock. I'm dreading it. I kind of wish today could just keep going, but it's already 1:04 am and I'm losing time with her. I'm going to let her sleep in, and go for a riding lesson to keep myself somewhat positive throughout the day - somehow I don't think that throwing myself on her and crying for 9+ hours is going to do her a lot of good. I want her to remember her final days as good ones. Maybe not the best of her life, but good. I love this dog.... I'm going to miss her so much.
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