Thursday, December 31, 2009

Cheese to help you lose weight?

I'm always looking for things to help me lose weight without losing flavor.  View this article to read about cheese!
Cheese is one of my all time favorite snacks and condiments.  With the help of these tips I can have my cheese and eat it too!

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

New uses for old things

I found this piece so awesome! 50 new uses for old things will literally have your mouth dropping as much as mine did!

Ideas include using a lifesaver as a candle holder on a cupcake, covering a doorknob with aluminum foil when painting, using a flat iron to iron the hard to reach places on your clothes and 47 more!
Tell me what you think abou these ideas and send me any others you may have!!!

You can still diet and eat bread!

I was reading this piece on yahoo news http://health.yahoo.com/experts/weightloss/8883/weighing-in-on-bread/ and it states that eating bread while on a diet is allowed. 
The trick is eating bread that is not too heavy.  Check out this piece and have a sandwich!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Our Perception of Beauty is distorted

So okay, I'm kind of heavy on the watch and repeat rather than the read and repeat today, but this needs to be shared!!!

Remakes everywhere and now one to effect Karate Kid



The new Karate Kid
http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/movie-talk-karate-kid.html#videocontainer

Microsoft is in big trouble

Patents are there for a reason? Who knew?!? Well, apparently another company knew and called Microsoft out on it and because a court sided against Microsoft, they will be banned from selling Word in January unless they fix their error!
Read more here:
http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/158160

Friday, November 20, 2009

Oprah Quitting Her Show

Read the original article here: http://bit.ly/6Ig7Ow

Oprah Winfrey: Ending Talk Show "Feels Right in My Bones"
By Adam Bryant

The Oprah Winfrey Show to end in 2011

"After much prayer and months of careful thought, I have decided that next season, season 25, will be the last season of The Oprah Winfrey Show," the daytime queen said. "Over the next couple of days, you may hear a lot of speculation in the press about why I am making this decision now...and that will mostly be conjecture.

"So why walk away and make next season the last? Here is the real reason: I love this show," Winfrey said. "This show has been my life. And I love it enough to know when it's time to say good-bye. Twenty-five years feels right in my bones, and it feels right in my spirit. It's the perfect number — the exact right time. So I hope that you will take this 18-month ride with me right through to the final show."

"So I just wanted to say that whether you've been here with me from the beginning or you came on board last week, I want you all to know that my relationship with you is one that I hold very dear. And your trust in me, the sharing of your precious time every day with me has brought me the greatest joy I have ever known."

Winfrey said she and her producers are going to use the holiday break to brainstorm ideas for the second half of this season as well as a final season that will "knock your socks off.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Because Many Want Fast Money

Six Ways To Make Fast Cash
read the full piece here: http://www.youngmoney.com/money_management/saving/six-ways-to-make-fast-cash/

Become a human guinea pig

Become a moving billboard

Sell some stuff

Sell your recyclables

Pick up off jobs

Get a temp job

Thursday, November 5, 2009

5 Ways to Beat a Cold-Weird Ways

Read the full piece here: http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/health/5-weird-ways-to-beat-a-cold-541829/ 

1. Walk fast
2. Blow your nose one nostril at a time
3. Eat peppers
4. Have a hot fruit drink
5. Relax in a sauna for a bit

Drink Wine for a Cause 1/23/2010

"The Sarasota Wine and Food Festival
is the must-attend wine event of the Sarasota social calendar.
Swaying palms, tropical breezes and illustrious store fronts set the scene for the
Sarasota Wine and Food Festival on Saturday, January 23, 2010.

This event benefits the American Lung Association of Florida


Local restaurants will showcase their finest cuisine along with select vintages from Premier Beverage Company giving event goers a chance to pleasure their palettes with perfect culinary and wine parings. Music will fill the air as everyone enjoys one of the most beautiful beach and city destinations in the world.
When: Saturday, January 23, 2010
5:30 p.m. -7 p.m. VIP Reception (includes Street Festival)
7 p.m. -9:30 p.m. Street Festival
Where: Southside Village
Hillview Street
Sarasota, FL 34239"

More details here: http://www.mrsnv.com/evt/info.jsp?id=2742

Stair Climb Challenge Tampa

"Are YOU up for the challenge?
5th Annual Fight For Air Climb / Tampa
42 Floors / 914 Steps
7:00 AM - 'til...
$25 registration fee per person,
plus $100 fundraising minimum person REQUIRED to participate.

ONLINE REGISTRATION for this event will close on TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2010. You can still register over the phone after the 16th: (727) 347-6133. We also welcome walkups for a $150 registration fee.


All participants must be registered and have a minimum of $100 in fundraising received by March 18, 2010 to assure smooth check-in the day of the event. Pledges can aslo be turned in the day of the event."

Get details here: http://www.mrsnv.com/evt/home.jsp?id=2622

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sucks to be PepsiCo Today!

Price to PepsiCo for Not Being in Court: $1.26 Billion

this article was originally printed here: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Price-to-PepsiCo-for-Not-law-3214509113.html?x=0&.v=1

  • On 3:01 am EDT, Wednesday October 28, 2009
What's the cost of not showing up to court? For PepsiCo Inc., it's a $1.26 billion default judgment. A Wisconsin state court socked the company with the monster award in a case alleging that PepsiCo stole the idea to bottle and sell purified water from two Wisconsin men.
Now the company is scrambling to salvage the situation. The damages award was handed down on Sept. 30. PepsiCo filed motions to vacate the order and dismiss the claims on Oct. 13, saying it wasn't even aware of the lawsuit until Oct. 6.
The litigation began in April when Charles Joyce and James Voigt sued the soft drink maker and two of its distributors, alleging they had misappropriated trade secrets from confidential discussions the plaintiffs had with the distributors in 1981 about selling purified water. The information was illicitly passed to PepsiCo, which used it to develop and sell Aquafina bottled water, the plaintiffs allege in the case filed in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County before Judge Jacqueline Erwin.
In court documents, PepsiCo argues it was improperly served with the Wisconsin lawsuit in North Carolina, but also asks the court to excuse the corporate bureaucracy that buried a legal document for weeks. While plaintiffs say they served the lawsuit in June on PepsiCo's registered agent in North Carolina, where the company is incorporated, PepsiCo says its law department at the company's Purchase, N.Y.-based headquarters was not notified until September.
"The bottom line is there was a defect in the process for us, but also for" the plaintiffs, said PepsiCo spokesman Joe Jacuzzi, who called the case "highly dubious."
Robert Roth, a lawyer for PepsiCo at Menomonee, Wis.-based Niebler, Pyzyk, Roth & Carrig, couldn't be reached for comment. Another lawyer for PepsiCo, Dean Panos, a partner at Chicago-based Jenner & Block, declined to comment.
In court papers, PepsiCo claims it first received a legal document related to the case from the North Carolina agent on Sept. 15 when a copy of a co-defendant's letter was forwarded to Deputy General Counsel Tom Tamoney in PepsiCo's law department. Tamoney's secretary, Kathy Henry, put the letter aside and didn't tell anyone about it because she was "so busy preparing for a board meeting," PepsiCo said in its Oct. 13 motion to vacate.
When Henry received a forwarded copy of the plaintiff's motion for default judgment on Oct. 5, she sent that to Yvonne Mazza, a legal assistant for Aquafina matters. Remembering that she still had the other document, Henry passed it to Mazza too. The next day Mazza sent the documents to David Wexler, a department attorney, and he "immediately" called the agent to get a copy of the complaint.
Lawyers for PepsiCo distributors Wis-Pak Inc. and Carolina Canners Inc. made court appearances in June and July. PepsiCo was at a loss to explain why it hadn't heard about the case from them. "It's just another unfortunate thing that didn't come together," Jacuzzi said.
In seeking to dismiss the case, PepsiCo argues that the statute of limitations should preclude the lawsuit, brought 15 years after the company started selling Aquafina and more than two decades after the alleged confidential talks. Moreover, "the $1.26 billion judgment that has been entered is unprecedented in size and justice requires that PepsiCo have a chance to defend itself," the company said.
The lead plaintiffs lawyer, David Van Dyke of Chicago-based Cassiday Schade, said Wisconsin courts have been "pretty clear that they don't like" vacating default judgments. "There is a possibly that a judge may say we're going to litigate the damages aspect of it," Van Dyke said.
A hearing is scheduled for Nov. 6.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Who doesn't want to be a millionaire?

I saw this on yahoo today and had to share it. Read the whole story here: http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/life/6-must-have-millionaire-habits-525826/

If you are anything like me, you crave wealth. You want nothing more than to make enough money to take care of yourself and your family now and for your future. What does it take to become a millionaire. According to this article, one way is to get in the habits of being one.

The one that jumped out at me is finding your niche. This is definitely something that I have been searching for!!!! I am obsessed with all things media and love taking pictures but haven't yet figured out how to carve out my niche for my riches yet. However, I believe I will...Check out the article. Enjoy and good luck finding your riches!
=)

Friday, October 16, 2009

What would you do?

If you actually believed your child was being molested and felt no one was going to help what would you do?
In the tbt* today it was reported that Sylvia Neeley killed a man who she felt was molesting her disabled child.  She went to confront him one night and alleges that he admitted it so in a rage she got her gun and shot him.

While I don't know all the details of the case I do know that if someone was hurting a family member of mine, there is no telling what lenghts I would go to in order to protect them.  What do you think?

Read the whole story with the attached pdf.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

An interesting trend to draw in readers

I was reading several blogs this a.m. and found that one way that bloggers are drawing in an audience is to do giveaways.  I shall store this in my filing cabinet in the brain and possibly host one of my own giveaways to draw in an audience. First, I should probably get more content. LoL!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

I Bought Thank You Cards

I bought thank you cards and in each one I am going to write a letter of gratitude for something I desire. I'm putting out my utmost desires into the universe. I am so excited just thinking about this because it makes me feel that much closer to everything I have ever dreamed of.
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