5 Cool things with Pan Simala

5 Cool things with Pan Simala


Dancing as Exercise :
Playstation 2 Dance

For hip-hop, rap and techno fans, nothing is more fun than getting sweaty on the dance floor. Dancing is the kind of exercise that allows people to show off their sexy body movements. Because life in the city isn’t ideal for outdoor exercise, dancing indoors is probably the most convenient way to burn off calories. It’s even more exciting if you get to use Playstation 2 Dance, which guides you through the basic steps of dance and gives you a score. If you don’t want to spend a couple hundred bucks on this game, you can try Playstation 2 Dance on the fifth floor of Sorya Shopping Center.

Beauty:
Dior and Prada

Inspired by Madonna’s style, I once emptied my pockets to buy a pair of Dior sunglasses. With the platinum D on both sides of the frame, it made me feel so glamorous and safe from the UV rays at the beach that make you more likely to get cancer or wrinkled skin. A pair of US$2 sunglasses can keep your eyes safe from the glaring sun, but the Dior or Prada glasses probably have better lenses that can protect your vision. Most of all, the brand name will boost your confidence and make you think that “I am totally cool!”


Clothing : Floral Cotton Dress
Feeling stuffy in your tight pants and T-shirt? Why not try wearing a dress made of cotton? Thanks to the floral style of the 60s that is back in fashion again, your skin can enjoy the comfort of the soft fabric. Unlike other material that can give you rash during the hot weather of the dry season, cotton dresses will make you feel relaxed. Add a jacket, and you have a unique style that will surely attract attention around the office. Believe me! You’ll be very comfortable regardless of where go.


Website : www.Health.com
Can’t afford a family doctor? Don’t worry; www.health.com can be your personal physician. This website provides you with a list of disease symptoms, case examples and advice from doctors. This enables you take precautions, to analyse your condition and to find remedies for less serious cases. For serious cases it is advised that you seek advice from local physicians. With this website, you don’t have to go around asking your mom to look after you. You can be a mature person who can look after yourself and your family as well.


Visual Health with Plants: Cactus
Worried about the uncertainty surrounding possible links to cancer and other problems from electromagnetic rays? In the mid-1980s, researchers at the Institute of Geobiology in Chardonne, Switzerland announced that tests showed that employees who used to suffer from headaches and tiredness felt better after working for two years with a cactus next to their monitors. A hypothesis has been suggested that the cactus evolved to counter the effects of harsh solar radiation. The science is unproven, but why not play it safe and enjoy a little nature while you work?

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