I have three criteria for a great film – the three “E’s” – if anything E ntertains, E ducates and E motionally stimulates me, I love it. There are loads that Entertain and Emotionally ‘reach me’: “Love Actually”, “Bridget Jones”, “About a boy”, “Notting Hill” – I love all that stuff. There are also quite a few films that deliver all three – examples would be “Dead Poet’s Society”, “Cry Freedom”, “Amadeus”, “Erin Brockovich”, “Gladiator” etc. I hate any depressing films, like “The Piano”, “Atonement”, “The Reader” – why would anyone want to watch a film that makes them depressed?! Fave overall? Dead Poet’s Society clinches it I think – if only for the brilliant Robin Williams.
Stick to cereal for breakfast, two cans of tuna in water for lunch and some almonds and then two green bananas for dinner. That is how I lost 25kgs and reached a normal BMI. If you feel like snacking snack on almonds or chew gum, healthy fat is friend not foe. Sugar is evil, so is stevia so never ever drink soft drink. Just water. Make sure to also put photos of your fat self on the fridge and pantry cupboard plus photos of yourself when you werent fat, it might make you think twice on whether your actually hungry or snacking because of boredom or sadness or whatever.