If you are new to golf you may be wondering what you should wear on the driving range, around the practice area and on the golf course. You will want to fit in with other golfers and not be an obvious beginner. You will want to look the part but not stand out, particularly when you are learning to play otherwise you will draw attention to yourself unnecessarily. This may inhibit you and distract you. There are dress codes for playing golf, but they are not as rigid as you might think and it does depend on what you are doing and the types of golf course you are playing on. You don't want to draw too much attention to yourself either by dressing inappropriately or sloppily whilst you are practicing, do you? Best to fit in with the crowd unobtrusively to begin with until you have the confidence to get noticed. On the driving range, the practice area and for lessons with the golf pro it doesn't matter too much what you wear. A casual sports shirt, a sweater or fleece, a pair of jeans or casual pants will do. It is advisable to have some golf shoes, although this is not absolutely necessary in the very early stages of learning the game. Trainers or sport shoes will do on the range and practice areas. If you do buy golf shoes, don't spend a fortune in the beginning. For one thing, you don't want to invest heavily on clothing before you know whether you really want to continue playing golf. You can buy some golf shoes for as little as $15 from some cheap sports good outlets to begin with and invest more on some decent shoes once you have started to play on the golf course. Golf need not be expensive when you first start to learn to play. It is important that you feel comfortable and confident and you can invest more a little later. 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What can we do to help our children lead a healthy lifestyle free from weight issues and related problems? Overeating+inactivity+boredom=obesity. The problem: There is a direct link between nutrition and obesity in children. We all know that we are supposed to exercise regularly to burn off what we eat. However, a significant number of America's kids have poor eating habits and are consuming far too many calories, which means they would have to be exercising for several hours each day to burn off those calories. This amount of exercise is simply not possible. If we let our children consistently over indulge on high fat or sugary foods and drinks, they will get fat, there's no doubt about it. The solution: Vegetables, fish, white meat and fruit are all low calorie, nutrient rich, healthy foods. If this type of food rarely makes an appearance in your home, then it is time to introduce them to your family's daily meals and cut out processed, high fat or sugary foods. Changing your children's eating habits is not easy and you have to be quite firm in your approach for at least the first month, until their sugar/carbohydrate cravings have calmed. Buy a healthy cook book, make some tasty, low calorie meals and eat together at the table as a family. Chat, enjoy the food and take your time eating it instead of wolfing it down in front of the TV. This way, you are much more likely to feel satisfied and full. Top Tip: Give your child a healthy breakfast. Facts about child obesity clearly show that children who regularly eat a balanced breakfast will eat less during the day. 2. Do playful exercise every day. Healthy diets for overweight children must go hand in hand with daily physical activity, or our kids won't lose weight very effectively. Even parents who are wise enough to give their children low fat food with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables can have overweight kids if they don't encourage their children to exercise. Children are born active they are supposed to exercise and should be given the opportunity to play every day at home. "Play" does not mean sitting down playing computer games, it means enjoying physical activity that involves running, jumping, skipping, climbing etc play that raises their heartbeats and makes them breathe faster. This type of play burns off calories, keeps their little bodies fit and their minds healthy and alert. If you don't have a yard or outdoor space at home, you still need to give your kids the opportunity to exercise every day. Here are some ideas to get your kids active and enjoying exercise: A strenuous walk around the block every morning. Go to the local park and kicking a ball around, or skipping. Join a dance, football or martial arts club on Dance mats are a brilliant way of keeping fit, especially when it's raining, dark or cold outside. Make sure your child spends half an hour on their dance mat before they settle down (for a short while) to play a computer game. You can join in too dancing is excellent for losing weight and keeping fit! Charity walks or runs are a fun way to spend a Sunday keeping fit with your child and raising money for a worthwhile cause at the same time. 3. Far less TV and computer games. The problem: When our kids are bored, they tend to turn on the TV or play a computer game because there is not a lot else to do. This is wonderful for parents who want an easy life and quiet children. But sitting our children down to stare at a screen for long periods every day and letting them become "couch potatoes" is unhealthy and uninspiring. It also means they are far more likely to reach for high calorie treats and snacks to make them feel good, not because they are hungry. Regular snacking on unhealthy foods can make our children obese. The solution: Many kids would prefer to be doing something more interesting. Try to vary the routine by providing your kids with other options to keep their brains busy like coloring pads, playing cards, comics and books, paints or Lego. When they are doing something they enjoy, they will not think about food. TV and computer games are of course great entertainment for short periods of time. Top Tip: When your children do eventually sit down to watch a program or play a computer game, make sure the treats you give them are natural and healthy like raisins, watermelon slices, pineapple chunks or yogurt (these treats should still be limited). Please note: When both parents are obese, their children have an 80% chance of also becoming obese. Your kids will copy you, so setting them a good example is really important. There's no point encouraging your children to eat healthily and be more active whilst you are lying on the sofa watching TV, consuming a bag of potato chips and a bottle of pop! They need your help, so get involved and have fun being healthy and active with your kids. Wmns Nike Free 5.0 Wolf Grey Pink Force White Quilted,Based on BLS wage reports, the majority of veterinarians worked in the other professional, scientific and technical services field, earning an annual mean wage of $92,520. The federal executive branch followed with a mean salary of $88,340. Veterinarians who worked for colleges, universities and professional schools earned an annual mean wage of $74,820. Veterinarians employed by social advocacy organizations earned a mean compensation of $84,290. Museums, historical sites and similar institutions paid the lowest BLS reported mean wage of $69,150. Private practice veterinarians in certain specializations saw decreases in wages, while others saw an increase, according to compensation reports from the American Veterinarian Association. The reports show that median salaries for food animal exclusive veterinarians decreased from $109,000 in 2007 to $103,000 in 2009. Equine veterinarians earned a median salary of $91,000 in 2007 and $85,000 in 2009. Median salaries for mixed animal veterinarians decreased from $91,000 in 2007 to $85,000 in 2009. Companion animal exclusive veterinarian medians salaries increased from $91,000 in 2007 to $97,000 in 2009. Food animal exclusive refers to veterinarians who specialize in the care of animals used for food consumption such as poultry, cows and pigs. Equine veterinarians specialize in the care of animals in the horse family. Companion animal exclusive refers to doctors who care for animals purchased for companionship such as dogs, cats and birds. 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100 Finest Grade Wmns Nike Free 5.0 Wolf Grey Pink Force White Quilted,Nike Free 4.0 Dark Grey Reflect Silver Total Orange Women DALLAS the last press conference Bill Parcells would give this year after leading the Cowboys through a frustrating 9 7 season and an excruciating first round playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks, the hard nosed coach surprised reporters by revealing that he "was glad to see the season, and with any luck [his] career, come to an end," stating that "I can't remember a time in my life when I haven't hated football." "Come on who paid attention to my career must have suspected it," two time Super Bowl winner Parcells told stunned members of the press at the Cowboys practice facility Tuesday, reacting to their disbelief with surprise of his own. "When did I ever look like I was enjoying myself? When did you last see me smile on the sidelines or in the locker room? You must have at least wondered why I was always so angry with everyone around me." The coach expounded on his statements by explaining, in acid tones and with an exasperated manner, how he "just sort of fell into coaching" after playing college football at Wichita State, an experience he described as "pretty okay, I guess, at least for young men." "But coaching? All that pressure, having to deal with all those dumbass players, just to play a game that's basically a lot of choreographed shoving?" Parcells said. "Screw that. Screw football. Seriously, I wonder sometimes why I was so good at it." Parcells explained that he developed his trademark style of possession oriented, run first, ball control football in an effort to not spend too much time thinking about a game that he found "basically pretty freaking dumb." "No one was more surprised than I was when it worked," Parcells said. "Surprised and damn disappointed, really. Turns out football's really simple. Hell, a freaking ape could coach this game. Guys like Belichick, Cowher, Holmgren, you know why they're successful? Because they're actually too smart to coach football. Come to think of it, I bet they hate it too." "The worst part of my success was that it meant if I wanted any kind of successful career, I had no choice but to spend my time dealing with really stellar guys like Drew Bledsoe, Lawrence Taylor, Keyshawn Johnson, and Terrell Owens," Parcells said in an effort to explain his often fractious relationship with most of his players. "Solid gold citizens, football players. If they're not boring as hell, they're arrogant drug crazed felons." "You guys thought I was hard on them to make them better players," Parcells added, "but really I was hard on them because, except for Harry Carson and that one blond guy from the Giants, I hated every man who ever played for me very, very much." Parcells said that, although the sport had led him down a cold, lightless path that seemed to lead down an ever steeper path toward a premature stress hastened death, it had taught him a few important lessons. "First of all, never do anything you hate, even if it's the only thing you're good at, no matter how tempting the fame and the money are," said Parcells, who now regrets "measuring out my life one excruciating wind sprint drill, one interminable video session, one bone stick stone stupid press conference at a time, until nothing is left at the tail end of my worthless life but regret and hatred for myself and others." "Second of all, it's never too late to quit. Never. And sometimes it's the only right thing to do," Parcells continued. "And third, taking your hatred out on others, no matter how satisfying it may be, no matter how much those stupid wide receivers deserve it, is not really right. And I intend to make this the heart of my Hall of Fame acceptance speech when they put me in Canton in a few years." "Now all of you go to hell," Parcells said, ending the press conference with his trademark frankness and inspiring laughter among reporters. "You mental children should be ashamed of yourself, making a living sucking at the teat of angry overgrown losers like me." Parcells is expected to make an announcement in the next few days concerning either his retirement, his future as general manager of the New York Giants, or most probably, his return to coach his much deplored Dallas Cowboys for next season. Wmns Nike Free 5.0 Wolf Grey Pink Force White Quilted So you watch Food channels on television, you read Gourmet magazines and fancy cookbooks and think you could become a Chef. The food channels are great for inspiration for the home cook who is only cooking for 4 but in reality it is very far removed from a commercial working kitchen. a cafe or a 5 star hotel. Also it depends on what kind of Chef you want to become, a restaurant Chef, a personal Chef, or what kind of area you wish to specialize in, desserts, pan work, buffet work,or a la carte. The areas for specialization are endless, these days however a Chef has general knowledge and experience in all areas but can have a passion or strength for a particular niche and this can become their trademark or point of difference when applying for a job. Being a Chef requires a lot of special attributes that may not be required at other jobs. For starters you have to be able to stand on your feet for long periods of time, so covered sturdy shoes are a must, in fact covered shoes are a safety regulation and you would never be able to enter a kitchen without them. You have to be able to stand the heat in the kitchen, so when someone says "if you can't stand the heat get out of the kitchen" that is exactly true. You will also experience loud noises, people yelling and sometimes in the heat of the moment fellow staff saying things they regret because they are under pressure. A busy kitchen is a stressful place to work in for everyone involved. When a kitchen is churning out 500 meals a day that's a lot of pressure on everybody. If you're a sensitive type then a fast paced kitchen is probably not for you, as you would be easily offended. I remember when I was working as a prep Chef and the Sous Chef would whack you on the leg or push you aside if you were in his way. He obviously didn't have time or the manners to say "excuse me", but the kitchen staff got used to it and we learned not to take offense, that was just the way he worked. Usually in the kitchen, everyone works at a fast pace during service, things might be said that under normal circumstances wouldn't be, tempers can get heated, but staff all have the same goal, to create a beautiful meal, and have it served in minimum time. There is no time for petty arguments, or grudges, everyone has to pull together in order to have a co operative working kitchen. Then when the service is over that is the time for apologies between staff,maybe debriefing,differences aired,and opinions given,then everything is back to normal until the next service. Though it's a fast paced job at times, it can be so rewarding. The skills learnt are with you for life and you'll never be without a job, as people always have money to eat out and that's just the cooking skills you will acquire. Other skills obtained along the way can be many, these can include 1. Ability to work under pressure. 2. Creativity, as you work with food and put your own creative flair on it. 3. Adapting to different environments, in a kitchen you may move from station to station, or maybe hot to cold. 4. Adapting recipes,learning ways to improvise without affecting the end result. 5. Costing recipes, of course you want to be making money on everything that is produced in the kitchen. 6. Interpersonal and communication skills as you will have to communicate with suppliers and staff 7. Negotiating skills, as you meet with suppliers to get the best deal. These are just some of the skills you can acquire as you learn to become a Chef. The friendships you make are life long, Chef's are very loyal to one another as only they realize the commitment and long hours that go into the job. The opportunity to use your creative skills with food is apparent. If you have a passion for food and for cooking then your almost there. It would pay to get some kind of formal training, though in saying that experience counts for a lot, but it's a good idea to know hygiene regulations regarding food and basic cooking skills and techniques. There are many training schools for Chefs around the country. There are some questions you need to ask yourself. What area do you want to specialize in? Do you wish to become a Head Chef one day? Do you wish to run your own catering business? How committed can you be? Do you have the support of your family? Any Chef will tell you, a Chef's life is not very family orientated, as they mostly work nights and weekends and most holidays. There are ways you can find out if this is for you. Cook for friends, have dinner parties. Get them to honestly critique your food. This way you can truly find out if you have got what it takes. There are many cookbooks and restaurant recipes that you can get hold of to practice with. Be creative in your cooking, use a basic recipe and add your own signature, you may create a delicious dish from this. Most importantly, be passionate about cooking, your creating something that people will love from a list of ingredients. Go for it! Being a Chef can be a most rewarding career.
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