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  • Birthday 08/22/1977

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  1. Apologies if it’s already been mentioned, but I’ve just slid through A Town Called Panic, which is a gorgeous French stop-motion slice of anarchy. I can’t say that I’ve ever seen anything quite like it. Would recommend!
  2. The workouts, (4-5 per week, 25-35 mins) have been fine. From some time being semi-active, to feeling energised enough to be looking forward to each workout, and seeing physical change over a short period of time, has been very positive for me. The recipes have been occasionally repetitive, but largely enjoyable. I'm a vege, so that cut down some of the variety. The initial outlay for ingredients is more expensive than our regular shop, but I've enjoyed spending more time in the kitchen, and cutting right back on snacks, which has always been my downfall. I'll eat when I'm bored. I'm not
  3. Anyone tried the Body Coach app? I'm enjoying it, and more importantly, sticking to it. I'm currently on cycle (month) three, and have noticed significant changes, to weight, measurements, sleep and energy levels. I can't compare it to anything else, as it's the only regime I've stuck to, but I recommend it, so long as his voice doesn't grate too much.
  4. If I'm being optimistic, I'm thinking that WWE are saving all their big, explosive feuds, their excellently well-written TV aimed at well rounded, blow off, PPV's, for the return of the audience, and that they're currently simply treading water until that time. If I'm feeling less optimistic, (see rational) I'm thinking that WWE are a sinking ship, with no energy for creativity, and that has produced nothing I've found entertaining for a few years now. Or very little.
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