Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Lazy Eye

May 30, 2012
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Mark asks…

Do I stand a chance for SM?

I’m a 1.64m tall, Chinese girl. Currently dieting (and getting there!) towards 55kg. I have a healthy complexion and my eyes are nearly as big as Choi Minho’s in ratio to the rest of the face.

I can speak fluent English and decent Chinese (intermediate grade). I’m a physically flexible person and I can endure ‘all nighters’ and such.

I’m also good at enduring stress and I’m a good speaker. I don’t forget my lines and I can talk with hundreds of people watching me since I’ve performed as a dancer before.

However, I’m quite tan in Chinese standards, and my voice is a similar pitch and tone with Bruno Mars’ ‘ The Lazy Song’. I’ve never had proper singing lessons before, nor have I joined a serious choir. However, I do sing independently with proper warm-up exercises and such.

I’m planning on auditioning by e-mail/recommendation.

Do I stand a chance? If not, how can I improve?

admin answers:

Instead of wondering whether you can do it or not, just be confident and go for it. Who cares about how tan you are if you have the talent you will get in. They will put make up on you and stuff so you dont have to worry about such things as tans

Daniel asks…

a healthy diet and workout plan to loose at least maximum 3kgs?

i don’t see what i eat coz i’m just a growing girl who needs all types of diet in my body. but once or twice a week i treat myself with brownies/oreos/chocolates/cakes/cookies etc!and my eating habbit consists of everything from oats, to sandwiches, veggies, pastas, spring rolls, etc.
I’m 5ft 3inches and i weigh 130 pounds. please tell me the ways to loose weight at least 3kgs by comming month.
I go to the gym once a week i walk in the treadmill for 27 minutes and run for 3 minutes. coz i get tired running really fast. it’s hard for me to breathe. and i don’t have much time to go to the gym nor do other exercises.
i drink soda’s like once in a month!
and my tummy is huge and i have a double chin, i can hardly see my eyes coz of my huge fat cheeks! and i have a huge butt :(
makes me so sad when i see other pretty, beautiful skinny girls
and i’m ugly too my friends told me if i loose around 10kgs i’ll look good.
please help me
i beg you
but i’m lazy even if i know i’m fat…..and i’m shy to go to the gym

admin answers:

Hi,

You have several hundred muscles in your leg, butt, hip, thigh and lower stomach area. The major problem is, not exercising these muscles correctly will make your trouble spots worse and more pronounced, while risking serious injury. However, the right exercises that use these muscles in harmony with each other can bring definite results without spending unrealistic amounts of time on ineffective exercises and risking long term set-backs. You don’t need access to a gym because this type of approach doesn’t require weights and machines.

A year ago I was an out of shape with my lower body was the worst, carrying an extra fat on my stomach. My thighs and butt are quite big. After joining a program which i accidentally found while surfing the web for my consultancy project, i have made the dramatic changes and i feel young, healthy and sexy again. Even my legs are much more slimmer then before. The point is, there’s a much FASTER, BETTER and CHEAPER way to get fit and melt the body butter once and for all without gyms, weights or fancy shmancy expensive exercise equipment.

Previously, i have tried all kinds of workouts and spending a fortune just to look good while presenting my clients, but without success. I recommend this workout to you because it’s affordable and this is the program that finally boost my self esteem. The trainer is a real pro with a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology and Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science. He could easily be contacted by email or through toll free number and office address display at the site. You could contact me at sandra.drift@gmail.com for more details.

Linda asks…

May you please proofread my essay for me?

— Indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you, and describe that influence

-Of the 19 years I have been on planet earth, my mom had only been there with me for twelve. But I’m not at all afraid to say she had been the most influential. She thought me the values of being selfless, being grateful for life, helping others, being a hard worker, taking education seriously among many other things.
-The relationship between my mom and I was a special one. It was based on deep trust and love for each other. She was both a parent and friend to me. I used to love the stories she told my siblings and I as we surrounded her on our big sofa. My mom’s stories were as sweet as honey. Her stories consisted of either fables or personal anecdotes. My mom’s stories always carried hidden messages with them. Although the stories will be too long to state in here, their themes mostly revolved around honesty, wise choice of friends and not passing judgment on others. It’s from these stories I developed a great interest and respect for other cultures, beliefs and customs. My interest in other cultures is so great that I never let a documentary or a book about other nations pass me by. I have also seen when you are with a lazy friend you become a slob and with a hard worker a honeybee. So I must say I learned a lot from my moms stories.
-My mom didn’t have a selfish bone in her. She worked in an NGO from day to night in order to provide for her children. When she came back from work she sat down and helped us do our homework without ever complaining that she was tired. She put a great emphasis on our education. At weekends she always gave as little critical thinking exercises. My mom didn’t stop at that; she was also a great cook. She was good at cooking both western and local food. Who would forget her delicious banana bread and sugar cookies? Yum! She also gave back to the community. Of the people she has helped I’ll never forget the destitute student. The poor student was gifted in intellect but was about to stop his education because things were not going well for him. He barely had any money to eat, let alone pay for his education. My mom came to know this guy through a friend and decided to help him. She paid for his education throughout high school and gave him money for food and shelter. Finally because of his outstanding results in high school he a got a full scholarship at a local university (He presently has graduated from the university and is working as a civil engineer). She has also helped; a troubled prostitute to get off the streets, a disabled man to be independent and a helpless old woman get the basic necessities of life. My mom was not rich, she had a middle-class Ethiopian income, but she managed to help those people with all she had. This is why I always want to give the few cents I have in my pocket whenever I come across a beggar.
-Eventually I think all this giving back took its toll on my mom. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in the year 2000. My mom went to Norway to get treatment for her disease. The doctors at Norway performed a successful mastectomy on her. All went well and she returned to Ethiopia. She was told by her doctor to stay at home for a while before starting work. But contrary to her doctor’s advice, she started to work as soon as she came to Ethiopia. This was how hard working she was. Unfortunately, when she went to get a check up at a local hospital, she was told the cancer has started spreading again. The doctor immediately put her on chemotherapy. My mom started to deteriorate in front of my eyes, her hair fell out, she lost a lot of weight and she became weak. But my mom didn’t let this disease put her down. Although she was terribly ill, she still helped as with our homework and thought us right from wrong. While in her deathbed, her concern was especially for my two year old brother, as he can’t take care of himself. She hired a babysitter for him because she it wasn’t possible for her to move around anymore. My mom always made sure the babysitter took good care of him. Mom knew her death was nearby, so she told my father to take care of us and made all the necessary financial adjustments before she died. Finally she passed away in December 2002 at the age of 40. This was and still is the saddest day of my life.
-After reading this I hope you’ll understand why she has a significant influence in my life. She gave back to her community, believed in education, was diligent, devoted and kind. The values I stated in the previous sentence are the most important ones in my life. I hope for these values to act as a guide to me wherever and whenever in my life.

admin answers:

Of the nineteen years I have been on planet earth, my mom had only been there with me for twelve. However, I’m not at all afraid to say that she has been the most influential person in my life. Among many other things, she taught me the values of being selfless, being grateful for life, helping others, being a hard worker, and taking education seriously. The relationship between my mom and me was a special one; it was based on deep trust and love for each other. She was both a parent and a friend to me. I used to love the stories she told my siblings and me as we surrounded her on our large sofa. My mom’s stories were as sweet as honey. Her stories consisted of either fables or personal anecdotes. My mom’s stories always carried hidden messages within them. Although the stories are too long to state here, their themes revolved mostly around honesty, wise choice of friends, and not passing judgment on others. It’s from these stories that I developed a great interest and respect for other cultures, beliefs, and customs. My interest in other cultures is so great that I never let a documentary or a book about other nations pass me by. I have also seen when you are with a lazy friend, you become a slob, and with a hard worker, you become honeybee. Therefore, I must say I learned a lot from my mom’s stories.

My mom didn’t have a selfish bone in her. She worked in an NGO from day to night in order to provide for her children. When she came back from work, she sat down and helped us do our homework without ever complaining that she was tired. She put a great emphasis on our education. At weekends, she always gave us little critical-thinking exercises. My mom didn’t stop at that; she was also a great cook. She was good at cooking both western and local food. Who can forget her delicious banana bread and sugar cookies? Yum! She also gave back to the community.

Of the people she has helped, I’ll never forget the destitute student. The poor student was gifted in intellect but was about to stop his education because things were not going well for him. He barely had any money to eat, let alone to pay for his education. My mom came to know this guy through a friend and decided to help him. She paid for his education throughout high school and gave him money for food and shelter. Finally, because of his outstanding results in high school, he a got a full scholarship at a local university. (He presently has graduated from the university and is working as a civil engineer.) She has also helped a troubled prostitute to get off the streets; a disabled man to be independent; and a helpless old woman get the basic necessities of life.

My mom was not rich. She had a middle-class Ethiopian income, but she managed to help those people with all she had. This is why, whenever I come across a beggar, I always want to give the few cents I have in my pocket.

Eventually I think all this giving back took its toll on my mom. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in the year 2000. My mom went to Norway to get treatment for her disease. The doctors at Norway performed a successful mastectomy on her. All went well and she returned to Ethiopia. She was told by her doctor to stay at home for a while before starting work. However, contrary to her doctor’s advice, she started to work as soon as she returned to Ethiopia. This was how hard-working she was. Unfortunately, when she went to get a check up at a local hospital, she was told the cancer has started spreading again. The doctor immediately put her on chemotherapy. My mom started to deteriorate in front of my eyes; her hair fell out, she lost a lot of weight, and she became weak. Nevertheless, my mom didn’t let this disease put her down. Although she was terribly ill, she still helped as with our homework and taught us right from wrong. While on her deathbed, her concern was especially for my two-year-old brother, as he can’t take care of himself. She hired a babysitter for him because it wasn’t possible for her to move around anymore. My mom always made sure the babysitter took good care of him. Mom knew her death was nearby, so she told my father to take care of us and made all the necessary financial adjustments before she died. Finally, she passed away in December 2002 at the age of 40. This was and still is the saddest day of my life.

After reading this, I hope you’ll understand why she had a significant influence in my life. She gave back to her community, believed in education, was diligent, devoted and kind. The values I stated in the previous sentence are the most important ones in my life. My wish is that these values act as a guide to me wherever and whenever in my life.

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