Now that the holidays are over and the rush of family get-togethers has passed, you’re probably still feeling some anxiety and maybe even a little depression. During the winter months, it’s easy to get depressed because you’re getting less sunshine (a natural dose of vitamin D) and you’re spending more time cooped up inside.
Weight loss begins and ends with burning more calories than you take in. This is the exact reason why your diet and your workout routine can work with or against one another. Eat too much or make poor food choices and no amount of exercise is going to make a difference. Sure, you might drop a pound from time to time, but you won’t be doing it healthily.
You can tell your own future, or someone else’s fortune, with nearly anything. Seriously. A plain deck of cards was used by Gypsies a long, long time ago before the first Tarot cards even existed. Tea leaf readings, palm readings, and even Phrenology (reading someone’s head) are all odd forms of fortune telling that can give you a glimpse into the past, present, and future.
Have you been counting your calories? Once upon a time, we were told that calorie counting had everything to do with weight loss, but the fact is that not all calories are created equal.
James Pinkstone, aka EveningShade, is an Atlanta-based electronic composer with a passion for horror flicks reflected within his songs. While some of the tunes from EveningShade will have you nostalgic for 80s horror flicks, not all of the songs on this EP will make you afraid of things that go bump in the night—but they will all give you a feel of that genre long gone and make you want to watch all of your favorite flicks, from John Hughes to Jason Voorhees.
For fans of darkwave and new wave music, and those of us that simply miss the 90s and all of the amazing music genres that were running amuck in that decade, HOLY WOW has a glorious musical tidbit that you’re going to want to snuggle up with on one of these dark winter nights.