Bevi almeno due litri d’acqua al giorno: quando me l’hanno detto anche io pensavo “impossibile”, ma basta tenere una bottiglia vicino e neanche te ne accorgerai.
Non bere bibite gassate, alcoliche e zuccherate: piuttosto fatti dei detox (acqua aromatizzata alla frutta) o centrifugati di frutta, ma NO ALL’INDUSTRIALE, sono pieni di conservanti e zuccheri in eccesso. Se volete ricette di detox per bruciare zone precise, chiedetemi e vi darò ricette per ogni punto del corpo.
Usate una crema idratante ogni sera e fatevi dei massaggi alla pancia, è rilassante e favorisce la riduzione del grasso, oltre che prevenire le smagliature. Bastano piccoli movimenti circolari con le mani dopo la doccia.
Bevete tisane. Io personalmente consiglio “giusta regola”, “linea” e “pancia piatta”. Io ODIO il sapore delle tisane, ma odio più la mia pancia, quindi una tazza ne vale la pena.
Evitate cibi grassi e fritti, quelli lievitati come pane e pizza e LIMITATE i carboidrati, per carità di Dio! Vanno tutti sulla pancia. Inoltre, evitate legumi e patate se potete, o comunque assumeteli in quantità basse.
Mangiate carne bianca, verdure e favorite ananas e pompelmo, che drenano e bruciano grassi, in più sono buonissimi!
NON FATE DIETE LAMPO, ne ho fatte e giuro che ho ripreso tutti i kg, con gli interessi.
Sostituite zucchero e sale con Stevia e Novosal. Li trovate entrambi al supermercato, se volete la Stevia sottoforma di zucchero la trovate in erboristeria invece.
Se avete tempo, qualche addominale al giorno fa sempre bene.
I have a confession: I never paid much attention to Fairy Tail. I don’t hate it, but it’d always been an incidental concern to me, brushed aside by other, more attractive properties in the manga zone as they vied for my critical and creative attentions.
I should also mention that I’m generally indifferent to that all-pervading past time in fandoms known as “shipping,” endlessly contemplating the romantic affairs of characters who usually have little to do with one another. And while we’re rounding out the warm and fuzzies, I admit that the promise of a happy ending is never a prerequisite for my enjoyment of any series.
So what’s the point of sharing all of this?
With the recognition that the current arc of Fairy Tail will be its last, I’d like to state at least one desire I have for the finale: I sincerely hope for a romantic reconciliation between Mavis and Zeref. This isn’t so much an emotional longing, though that’s a part of it; these two have been through so much undeserved hell in their lives that you can’t help but cheer for their happiness, calculated as Mashima’s drama can be at times. Rather, it’s that he’s pumped so much into their backstories, their connections to one another, and their shared link to the assumed central “strongest” magic in the series, that denying them the chance to be together at this point would come off as MORE cliche than the opposite.
I couldn’t care less what happens to the story or the other characters, romantic or otherwise. And it need not be a happy ending awaiting the doomed lovers; I’d be just as satisfied with their mutual, bittersweet joining in death. But I hope Mashima musters his concentration and for once gives the pair a fitting resolution to their immortal love. It’s the least they deserve, and I’m sure his fans agree.
If you want us to put it in the simplest words possible, the Zone System is a helps us get the right exposure in all our photos, every time, without fail, even in the strangest light settings, and without a trusty matrix meter. It is a magical system conceived of by none other than Ansel Adams himself, along with photographer Fred Archer in the late 1930s. As the father of landscape describes himself, the Zone System is “not an invention of mine; it is a codification of the principles of
sensitometry, worked out by Fred Archer and myself at the Art Center
School in Los Angeles, around 1939-40.” These masters of photography created the Zone System to help us expose in tricky lighting situations where the dynamic range is out of whack, or the lighting is fooling your light meter into creating exposures that are too bright or too dark.
The Zone System was originally developed for black and white sheet film, which was the only type used in those days. Sheet film was individually developed on standard exposure papers, but today we have color roll film that can be mass developed on papers with varying exposures. The Zone system is as much applicable to these “modern” methods as they were to the film it was created for, and can even help digital photographers get perfect exposures. And guess what? Digital photographers, the Zone System can work for you too!
Why do you Need the Zone System
Technically you probably don’t. However, for those of you who are exposure perfectionists, the Zone System is extremely effective in measuring different tones and the dynamic range of a frame that you are about to shoot. It helps you make the perfect exposure with just a spot meter to work with. This gives you immense control over what you’re shooting. You don’t just make guesses at what the right exposure might be, or waste film bracketing “just in case”. Thus, you can easily figure out when you require extra lighting, and what kind and amount of lighting that might be, or whether there is need for a fill flash to get the right brightness. It can also help you figure out if you need graduated neutral density filters.
The zone system is highly beneficial in capturing accurate images when the camera is unable to set the exposure to an accurate reading, so that you get to decide what your image will turn out like, and you know exactly how it will look before you make the exposure.
How does the Zone System Work?
A camera’s metering system measures accurate exposure readings by focusing on the middle grey tones, which is 18% grey. This grey is the average of black and white. So, when you are shooting in a bright area, your camera will try to dim the light by bringing it down to the average and making the image underexposed in the process. Similarly, when you are shooting in a dark area, your camera will try to increase the brightness of the image, making it over-exposed. Understanding this mechanism is crucial to understanding how the zone system can be used.
I’m so sorry, mobile users, that’s a lot of scrolling you have to do today.
Mace, SFW, SFF, 1.166 words.
Mamrie just smiles at her, which is both the most adorable and most aggravating thing she’s experienced in a long time. Screw you, Hannah. Hannah with her hilarious dares for their Comfort Zone skits, and Hannah with her bright ideas that make her seem like a total weirdo when it comes to expressing feelings. She’s not having the best of times, especially not with Mamrie grinning at her from across the room.
“Nothing.” Mamrie shrugs, “I guess I’m just happy to be your support system and you love me as much as you can love a friend in front of eight hundred strangers.”
It’s going to haunt her for a while, that sentence.
“She put me on the spot.” Grace sighs as she changes out of her stage shirt and pulls a clean T-shirt over her head, “You know I’m not good with that kind of stuff anyway.”