Yum! I've been making myself banana smoothies for breakfast of late and think my recipe good enough to share with the world:
Ingredients: 1 egg, 1 banana, 1 kiwi "slimmy" yogurt, 5 grams of creatine monohydrate (for big muscles), some low-fat milk, and a dash of cinnamon. Blend, consume, and enjoy!
OOps, on April 15 I accidentally deleted the original April Listening Diary post. I'll have to post what I can from memory. Funny, this is only the third month I have kept a listening diary, but the loss of the details troubles me greatly. Memo to self: Be more careful when deleting spammers and their posts. Bad spammers!
Monday, March 1: March began with a public holiday and that unfortunately meant the gym was closed. That combined with the rain left me with no other option than to exercise at home: Thirty km on my exercise bike while watching Firefly and then a short sharp chest, shoulders, and triceps workout:
Sunday, March 7: I'm a little behind so let me go back in time a few days and start from there: On March 4 I listened to Brian Tyler's The Killing Room for the first time all the way through (while riding my exercise bike) and I was quite impressed with it. Especially the string arpeggio motive that pops up in a few of the tracks. That's one score I definitely need to get to know better.
Monday, February 1: It was a John Williams day in my apartment as his newly released score for the 1976 terrorism thriller Black Sunday graced my ears for the first time. I was already familiar with the main themes of the score from the suit rerecorded by Silva Screen Records, but this was my first time to hear the man himself conducting it. As much as I love the the previously available suite, there's nothing like hearing Williams conducting Williams. I also listened to his Amazing Stories score for the pilot episode "The Mission."
I have far too many unread books in my book shelves and I bought two more hours after making this video, so please add The Elegant Universe and The 5 Rules For Successful Stock Investing to the books in the video.
Earlier during my time at Keimyung I assisted the Keimyung Gazette by helping students prepare articles and by writing a column for every second issue. While helping students prepare articles was challenging, I found the act of writing my own columns much more difficult; almost like a form of torture. The writing was always hard going, and that was after the harder task of choosing a
This is the month I really hope to take control of my diet and eat much healthier. I'm in the habit of exercising regularly now, but watching what I eat, especially late at night, has always been difficult for me. The time has come to put as much effort into my diet as I have been putting into my exercise program. Vegetables and salads will make up the bulk of my meals... I hope.
Saturday, January 2: My first exercise session of 2010 was a very light one due to a developing illness. I went to see a doctor in the morning and he diagnosed me with a case of the common cold. I didn't feel too bad though, just a slight sore throat and a cough, so I decided to do some light exercise to stay active. I planned on going to the gym after visiting the doctor, but changed my mind and decided to exercise at home. Eight-minute abs plus some side exercises followed by a chest and shoulder workout.