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08 April 2008 @ 11:40 pm
Be happy, be healthy!  
So, hello to all the new folks I recently friended! Glad to have you and hopefully we'll get to knew each other better in the near future.

For a quick update on some of the things that's been going on, I've come to find a steady schedule for my daily workout and exercise activities. Normally I would make time to do them but now I have this system where I know what I'm going to do everyday of the week because of this schedule thing I have going on. But even though I know what I'm going to do it's different every time. Like, at a specific time I'd do like a 45-minute workout and then afterwards it can be whatever like tennis, yoga, walking around the block, whatever. Dancing is a must though. It's a have-to activity and I do it daily, whether I know it or not. It's second nature for me, to be honest. But this gets me all worked out and pumped and I feel awesome afterwards. I know most people don't like exercising and yes if you're new to it it'll hurt and make you feel exhausted, but I do encourage others out there to at least try and do something active once a day or once a week because once you get the hang of things it becomes a habit, and you feel amazing at the end of the day.

Other than that, I've been rewatching the BSG premiere (really, is anyone surprised?) I'm just so hyped up for this season. Sad it's the last one, but really very excited for what's coming up and what'll be revealed. I'm also just waiting for SPN and GG to return. Also, while I'm not in the Twilight fandom at all I feel like I want to the movie primarily because of the "sparkling vampires" description. It'll be full of LOLZ, fo'sure.

Working on the second part of my unpopular opinions, which will probably be up by tomorrow.
Current Mood: goodgood
Current Music: Namie Amuro - Body Feels EXIT
Edenoverstreets on April 9th, 2008 02:18 pm (UTC)
Exercising really does make you feel awesome. It's a great cure for general moodiness.

Twilight sounds so stupid to me, to be honest. The movie will definitely be full of the lulz. Teenage vamps! :D
Renéerogueslayer452 on April 9th, 2008 06:31 pm (UTC)
I like how theraputic exercising is, because if you're having a bad day all you have to do is work out all that stress. It's a great feeling to have, and you come out refreshed. Also, it's healthy. :)

Yeah, I never got into the books and hadn't even heard about them until everyone started going off about the movie. It does sound stupid and cheesy, and I think some people know this. I mean, sparkling vampires? Really? And in the movie they're going to be running on treetops....say what? I'm going to be LOLing through the whole thing. XD
amanda: [actors] milo protects his haydenmorbidmuse on April 9th, 2008 04:21 pm (UTC)
Exercising can make you feel great. I think it is wonderful that you are so determined to have the schedule. :D
Renée: Blair Waldorf.rogueslayer452 on April 9th, 2008 06:33 pm (UTC)
It's funny because I'm not really that meticulous about schedules, but with this I am because I do want to be fit and in shape and just working out. I'm also doing this because I kind of stopped my routine from last year for winter break and I feel guilty because of that, so I'm making it up by doing all these activities. Heh.
dandies4ever: rentdandies4ever on April 9th, 2008 06:00 pm (UTC)
I'm one of those people who need to exercise more. Problem is I'm really lazy
I actually like the Twilight books, but I don't want to see the movie. I usually don't like movies based on books if I've read them beforehand. Like HP, I've only watched the 1st movie.
Renéerogueslayer452 on April 9th, 2008 06:37 pm (UTC)
Sometimes people need something to motivate them. You can want to exercise more but there has to be something in it for you to gain other than just that.

Eh, the majority of movies based off books are hardly accurate anyway, and I find it amusing about fans that get really butthurt over certain things because it isn't like the book. *shrugs*
himhilienhimhilien on April 9th, 2008 10:22 pm (UTC)
I should start exercising because although I may be able to eat as much as I want and not gain an ounce, it won't last forever.

I only want to read the books just to find out how bad they actually are. I will not be seeing the movie though.

I can't wait to read the rest.
Renée: Blair Waldorf.rogueslayer452 on April 9th, 2008 10:43 pm (UTC)
Hee, yeah. I've heard from various of people that the Twilight books are horrible and so cheesy and stereotypical, and yet they still read it because it's made of lolz and are just in it for the ride. I'm not sure myself, I haven't read them, but from the descriptions it doesn't sound like it's something I'd like to get into. But it's good that it doesn't take itself so seriously, from what I've read. IDK.

I'll have it posted some time tonight. Hopefully. I never realized how much unpopular opinions I have for some of my fandoms, especially Heroes!
forwardish: Buffy Faith forwardish on April 10th, 2008 05:09 pm (UTC)
bitterbird on April 11th, 2008 03:19 am (UTC)
oh yay glad you got the exercising schdule sorted out,it makes you feel good afterwards, that is the best part!!