I hope it isn't against any rules to do this, but this reminds me of a very amusing Mitchell and Webb skit I've seen.
Vegetarian Etiquette: The Dinner Party Dilemma | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
|5/23/10 12:48 AM|
If I had to be completely frank, I would think to truly change the way the population thinks about food one would either have to survive something traumatic related to food or be groomed from birth to make certain food choices, not to mention groupthink and cultural reality and all of the other factors that come into play regarding the human decision making process. I was lucky enough to have health minded parents who really instilled the importance of a healthy lifestyle to me. I love the awareness Jamie is bringing to the public, but my honest opinion is that the execution could have better strategic objectives. That's robotic thinking though, efficacy over heart and feeling, we can't sit idly by and let the ones who don't fall under the criteria literally eat themselves to demise. So good on Jamie for doing that. I approve and I hope healthy lifestyles saturate the entirety of America's citizenry.
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution: Was It A Success? | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
|5/22/10 11:53 PM|
I like the after photo. I really value light and the atmosphere it causes when it casts just right within the design space. Morning light especially because it causes that feeling of a fresh new day and having your whole, potentially exciting, day ahead of you.
Mid-Century To Minimalist: Before After Bedroom | Apartment Therapy Chicago
|5/13/10 11:29 AM|
I like this one. It's in Grayslake, that's near Gurnee: A town made famous for Six Flags Great America and it's accompanying waterpark Hurricane Harbor!
Elizabeth's Prairie Crossing HomeHouse Call | Apartment Therapy Chicago
|5/13/10 11:19 AM|