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摘要:一项调查显示,大约51%的年轻女性希望通过手术来改善容貌,三分之一已经是12号尺码(英式,相当于大号)的妇女仍然认为自己过胖,几乎半数受访女性表示,她们曾放弃一餐来减肥,而8%的人曾通过让自己呕吐来减肥。Some 51% of young women would have surgery to improve their looks and a third of those who are a size 12 thinkthey are overweight, a survey suggests.B Radio 1's Newsbeat asked 25,000 people, mostly aged 17 to 34, how they felt about their bodies.Almost half the women surveyed said they had skipped a meal to lose weight, while 8% had made themselves sick.Eating disorder experts said it was "sad but not surprising" that young people felt and acted in such ways.The survey found two thirds of those who are size 14 also thought they were overweight or fat.Even with the celebrity emphasis on being size zero (UK size four), fewer than one in a hundred of those surveyed said they were that size.Given the choice of ultra-skinny, thin and curvaceous, both men and women rated a curvy Martine McCutcheon as having the best body.Half of the women questioned said there was "lots they would change" about their bodies--and more than 10% "hated" what they looked like.Many people said they were trying to change their looks.More than 20% of female respondents said that they were on a diet, compared with fewer than 10% of men.And more than 50% of female respondents said they would consider having plastic surgery, compared with less than a quarter of men.Breast enlargement was the most popular operation for women, while liposuction was the next most popular.Liposuction and nose jobs were the most common choices for men.The online survey found that even younger people had concerns over their looks.More than half of girls aged 12 to 16 felt that their body image either stops them from getting a boyfriend or from relaxing in a relationship.Young men also appear to feel the pressure to look good.About 20% of those in their early 20s said that they have taken protein supplements in a bid to help themselves bulk up, compared with 11% of over 35s.And when asked to rate photos of differently shaped male bodies, almost 80% of men and 65% of women favoured a very muscular physique.A spokeswoman for Beating Eating Disorders said there were an estimated 1.1 million people in the UK with eating disorders."Research says that typical age of onset for an eating disorder is 14 to 25. Young people are affected by many issues at this present time with issues such as exams, bullying, family pressures. /200904/68213Simon was an inveterate fisherman, well known for exaggerating the size of "the one that got away". But there came a day when he actually caught two enormous flounders. He immediately invited a few friends over to dine, then tried to figure out how best to serve the fish." If I use both," he told his wife, "it will seem ostentatious."  "Why not serve a piece of each?" she suggested.  "No, if I cut them up, nobody will believe I caught two giant flounders." Simon racked his brain. Then he had an idea.  The guests were seated at the table when their host strode in with a platter, holding the biggest flounder they'd ever seen. Suddenly Simon stumbled and fell. Everyone cried out in dismay as the fish crashed to the floor, but Simon quickly brushed himself off.  "Dear, " he called out to his wife, "bring in the other flounder!" 西蒙是个老练的渔夫。人们都熟知他爱吹嘘“跑掉的那条”鱼的尺寸。但有一天他确实抓了两条极大的比目鱼。他立刻邀请几个朋友过来吃饭,然后着力搞清楚怎样将鱼端上餐桌。“如果同时端上2条鱼,”他对妻子说,“好像有点炫耀之嫌了。”  “何不两条鱼各上一小块呢?”他妻子建议道。  “不行,如果把两条鱼都切碎了,就不会有人相信我抓了两条大比目鱼了。”西蒙绞尽了脑汁,终于想出了一个好办法。  客人已在餐桌边就座完毕,这时主人大步地走进来,手里端着一个托盘,托盘上是一个他们所见过的最大的比目鱼。突然西蒙被什么东西绊了一下摔倒了。所有的人都惊慌地叫了起来,因为鱼在地板上摔得粉碎。但是西蒙迅速地摆脱了窘境。  “亲爱的,”他对妻子喊道,“把另一条鱼端上来!” /201108/147796

Eat Fiber 多吃高纤维食品Unrefined foods, especially those that are high in fiber, stimulate appetite-suppressing hormones and make you feel full.多吃粗粮,尤其高纤维食品。因为他们能产生抑制食欲激素,容易有饱腹感。 /200911/88569

Sandra Bullock, Rihanna, and Lindsay Lohan: What do these women have incommon? They’ve all been embroiled in tabloid-worthy scandals. But whatelse? They all look good, even when the press isn’t. That’s because they havewhat so many of us strive for: Perfect skin. 桑德拉布洛克,蕾哈娜和林赛罗翰:这些妇女有什么共同之处?她们都被卷入了小报丑闻。还有什么?她们都美若天仙,即使记者不在的时候。这是因为她们一直在追寻:完美肌肤。So, what’s the secret? How do some of us achieve the golden hue of HalleBerry while the rest of us get stuck with a scaly patchwork of blotches,pimples, and dry spots? Some of it’s genetic, sure, but that’s not the wholestory. If you listen to the conventional wisdom coming from the pharmaceuticalcompanies, you might think the problem is that you just haven’t discovered theright cream, ointment, or alcohol-soaked cleansing pad to clear up your face.But those are solutions of last resort. What you need is a preventive strategy,one that involves nurturing the complex balance of nutrients that feed your skinand nurture your inner glow. In other words, if you want the kind of skin thatlooks good even through a Hollywood scandal, you’ve got to eat right. Here aresix foods that will have you looking your best. 我们这些平常人在忍受斑点、粉刺以及干燥的困扰时,如何能实现像哈莉贝瑞那样的金色色调呢?基因决定,当然,这是一部分,但不是全部。如果你听从常规的制药公司的观点,你会觉得问题是你没有使用合适的洗面奶、软膏以及医用酒精清洁面部。但这些都是万不得已的解决方案。你需要的是一种预防性的策略,其中一项就是培育肌肤的营养平衡,使你的肌肤闪现内在的光芒。换句话说,如果你想使得你的肌肤看起来光泽袭人,或者像好莱坞丑闻主角那样,你仅需要正确的饮食。这里的六种食物,会使你得光芒四射。And don’t forget to follow me on Twitter for more quick-hit health tips that drawon everything I've learned in more than a decade as editor for Men's Health andWomen's Health.不要忘了跟踪Twitter上的后续更多健康提示,那上面可以学到比在《男人健康》和《女人健康》做十年编辑还要多的东西。1. SALMON 鲑鱼Salmon is an ideal food for many reasons, but asfar as your skin’s concerned, there’s only onethat matters: It’s among the world’s greatestsources of omega-3 fatty acids. Those are theessential fats that, along with bolstering thecognitive powers of your brain, concentrate in the walls of your epidermal cellsto help lock in moisture. Plus, in one study, researchers supplemented twogroups of mice with either omega-3 or omega-6 fats. After two weeks, the skinof the omega-3-fed group exhibited a 20 percent faster recovery rate fromexposure to ultraviolet light. That gives salmon two crucial skin boons: keepingyour skin from looking dry and helping it battle the dangers of excessivesunlight. 鲑鱼是一种理想的食物有许多原因,但就你的皮肤来说,有只有一个问题:它是世界上最大的ω- 3脂肪酸的来源的。这些都是必要的脂肪,可以增强你的大脑认知,集中在你表皮细胞上,帮助锁住水分。另外一项研究中,研究人员观察两个ω- 3或Ω- 6脂肪的小鼠组。两个星期后,暴露在紫外线下ω- 3组皮肤恢复要快20%。这里鲑鱼有两大好处:保持你的皮肤湿度以及避免阳光直射。Other omega-3 foods: sardines, walnuts, flaxseed 其它含有ω- 3的食物:沙丁鱼 胡桃 亚麻籽 /201008/112554

  This number has the idea of singleness, uniqueness, as well as unity and agreement in purpose and action. Christian God is unique. He does not share his glory with another, as is the case with pagan gods.数字1 数字1既有唯一或举世无双的意思,又有意见一致、目标一致、行动一致的意思。这个数字对基督徒有特别的意义,因为与异教不同,他们的神是唯一的。题外话:除去神学意义,这个数字所蕴涵的其他意义在中西文化中没有多大差异。老子把一看做宇宙的本原,故说:“道生一,一生二,二生三,三生万物。” /200907/76993

  A active 积极   无论是在生活,还是工作上,他们都拥有积极奋发,进取乐观的心态。   B brave 勇敢   勇敢是大丈夫能屈能伸,是面对竞争对手时淡定从容,是用心征浩瀚宇宙的磅礴大气。   C civilization 文明   你可以无视纪律,但你绝对不能无视文明。   D dreamer 梦想   他们个个都是小说高手,热衷于表现自我想象力的社会生活,用奇幻的色去架构文学。   E entertainment   在80后的生存哲学里,可以不逛街,可以不泡吧,但绝对不允许你没有精神。 /200911/88444。

  【中英对照】We too often define "romantic" in women's terms--sending flowers and cards, saving mementos and putting them in a box or scrapbook, gushing over chick romance movies, or listening to romantic songs all day.我们通常用女性的方式定义“浪漫”——赠送鲜花和卡片,收集纪念品并且把它们放在小盒子里面或者做成剪贴板,对少女类的浪漫电影喋喋不休,或者整天听浪漫的音乐。Men may not do these things, but many men do something more romantic than all that: they keep their love in their hearts forever.男人们也许不会做这些事儿,但是许多男人做的事儿比这些更浪漫:他们会将爱人永远记在心里。My survey of 3000 men and women worldwide who tried reunions with lost loves asked, "How long did it take for you to get over your lost love?" Responses from the men indicated that they took significantly longer to get over their lost loves than the women. Some of the men were not satisfied with the survey choices: the last choice listed was, "Over 10 years." Only men crossed out all the choices and wrote, "I never got over her!" While no doubt some women never got over their lost loves, either, only men wrote this comment on the survey.我调查询问了3000个全世界的男女,他们正在试图与失去的恋人破镜重圆。“你们需要多少时间从失恋中恢复过来?”男人们的回答表明,他们需要的时间比女性明显要长。一些男人对我调查中的选项不满意:最多只有“超过十年”。只有男人划掉了所有的选项,然后写到,“我从来没有从她那儿恢复过来!”尽管一些女性也毫无疑问从未从他失去的爱人的哀伤中恢复过来,但是,只有男人写下了这种。Adolescent boys are "not supposed" to cry over lost loves. But many of my male participants reported that, after their high school girlfriends broke up with them, they cried in private, every night, for months.青春期的小男生从未被认为会因为失去爱人而哭泣。但是许多接受调查的男性表示,当他们高中时期的女朋友和他们分手时,他们私底下在每一个夜晚偷偷地哭泣,而且持续好几个月。 /200906/75391

  “爱我、不爱我”的游戏别玩啦,扯掉再多花瓣也无法知道他是不是真的爱你。但如果你真的掌握以下四点,他的心你也就能读懂了!们一定不能错过哦!Have you noticed any slight changes in your man's behavior? Does he say things he has never said before? Well, maybe it's because he loves you!有没有留意到你看上的他有任何行为变化呢?他有没有说过什么从没说过的话?如果有的话,那他可能真的爱上你了!Men are very action motivated, they don't express their feelings verbally. They'd rather make you figure it out on your own. There's nothing wrong with that, as long as he tells you how he feels at the right time.男生的行动力都很强,他们不会用语言表达情感。他们还是宁愿你自己整明白。这并没有什么问题,只要他们能在恰当的时机真的把这事儿挑明就行了。Do you ever get butterflies in your stomach when you think about his new motives? You probably feel the same way about him. I know you've heard others say that it takes time for men to love their women. That's true to an extent. Love doesn't hold any boundaries, it comes when you least expect it to. This strong emotion normally comes about 1 year of dating. If you've been with him for only 5 months, then he's infatuated with you.当想到他的新举动,你是不是也会心里一阵骚动呢?那很可能你俩就是互相看对眼!我知道你也许听过那种说法:男人要花点时间才会真正爱上他们的女人。在一定程度上是对的。爱没有界限,可能你最不期待时它就来了。这种强烈的情感通常会在约会一年之后发生。而如果你跟他在一起只有5个月,那不叫爱,那是迷恋。The difference between love and infatuation is that love is a more intense feeling. When you're infatuated with someone, your feelings are a bit different. He may feel like he loves you, but he only cares deeply for you. When a man really loves a woman, he'll do anything for her. The main hints he'll throw are very easy to catch.爱和迷恋的分别就在于爱是更为强烈的情感。而当你迷恋一个人,那是不同的感觉。也许他都觉得自己是爱你的,但他其实只是很关心你而已。当一个男人真的爱上一个女人,他会愿意为她做任何事。而他给的最主要的暗示其实很容易抓到。1. His body language肢体语言If you haven't noticed his body language, pay more attention to it. He'll begin to walk with poise and wrap his arms around you. I know men do this when they don't love a woman, but he'll do it more often if the feelings are there.如果你还没注意到他的肢体语言,那真是要花点儿心思。走路的时候,他会搂着你的肩——我知道男人不爱你的时候也许也这么干,但如果他爱你,他一定会做的更多。 /201108/149214A man's genetic make-up may play a role in whether he has sons or daughters, a study of hundreds of years of family trees suggests.Newcastle University researchers found men were more likely to have sons if they had more brothers and vice versa if they had more sisters.They looked at 927 family trees, with details on 556,387 people from North America and Europe, going back to 1600.The same link between sibling sex and offspring sex was not found for women.The precise way that genes can influence baby sex remains unproven.But the Evolutionary Biology study could clear up a long-standing mystery - a flood of boy babies after World War I.While a woman will always pass a female "X" chromosome via her egg to her child, the father effectively "decides" the sex of the child by passing on either another "X" in his sperm, making a girl, or a "Y" chromosome, making a boy.While the birthrate is almost 50/50, suggesting that overall men will deliver equal amounts of "X" sperm and "Y" sperm, scientists have suspected that in some individual couples the balance is shifted in favour of either boys or girls.Various explanations have been put forward for this, ranging from differences in the time in the woman's monthly cycle that sex happens, to the amount of time thatsperm spend waiting in the testicles.The Newcastle study, by Dr Corry Gellatly, is strong evidence that there is a genetic component.He found that within families, boys with lots of brothers were more likely to have a higher number of sons themselves and those with lots of sisters were more likely to have lots of daughters.War babiesDr Gellatly said it was likely that a genetic difference affected the relative numbers of "X" and "Y" sperm within those produced by the man.This gene, while only active in the man, could be carried by men and women."The family tree study showed that whether you're likely to have a boy or a girl is inherited."He said that the effect was to actually balance out the proportion of men and women in the population."If there there are too many males in the population, for example, females will more easily find a mate, so men who have more daughters will pass on more of their genes, causing more females to be born in later generations."In the years after World War I, there was an upsurge in boy births, and Dr Gellatly said that a genetic shift could explain this.The odds, he said, would favour fathers with more sons - each carrying the "boy" gene - having a son return from war alive, compared with fathers who had more daughters, who might see their only son killed in action.However, this would mean that more boys would be fathered in the following generation, he said. /200812/59762

  The Lophelia II 2009 Reef, Rigs, and Wrecks cruise explored the waters in the Gulf of Mexico.   洛菲莉亚II号科学考察船2009年的征程围绕墨西哥湾附近的暗礁、钻探和船只残骸展开。 /200910/87185Growing Old 美国老年人 Happy birthday! Do birthdays really make people happy? Of course they do. Birthdays celebrate the day we were born. Moreover, that extra candle on the cake represents another year of growth and maturity-or so we hope. We all like to imagine that we're getting wiser and not just older. Most of us enjoy observing the miracle of growth in others, as well. For instance, seeing our children develop and learn new things makes us feel proud. For Americans, like people in most cultures, growing up is a wonderful process. But growing old? That's a different story. 生日快乐!生日真能使人快乐吗?这是当然的啊,庆生是庆祝我们来到世上的日子,除此之外,蛋糕上多加一蜡烛也代表了另一年的成长与成熟--或者说至少我们希望能如此。我们都喜欢想象着自己能够越来越有智能,而不只是变老,我们大部份人也同时较喜欢观察别人成长的奇迹。例如:看到我们的孩子长大并学习新的事物使我们感到骄傲。而对美国人而言,就像大部份其它文化中的人们一样,长大是一个美好的历程,但是变老呢?那可就是另外一回事了。 Growing old is not exactly pleasant for people in youth-oriented American culture. Most Americans like to look young, act young and feel young. As the old saying goes, "You're as young as you feel." Older people joke about how many years young they are, rather than how many years old. People in some countries value the aged as a source of experience and wisdom. But Americans seem to favor those that are young, or at least "young at heart." 在美国这个以年轻人为中心的社会中,老化对人们而言并不是一件愉快的事,大部份的美国人都希望自己看起来年轻、行动年轻、并且感觉年轻,如一句古老的名言说:「你感觉自己有多年轻,你就有多年轻。」老年人说自己的年龄时常开玩笑说自己是多少 years young,而不说多少 years old 。某些文化中的人视老年人为经验与智能的资源,可是美国人似乎比较喜欢年轻人,或者至少是「心里年轻」的人。Many older Americans find the "golden years" to be anything but golden. Economically, "senior citizens" often struggle just to get by. Retirement-typically at age 65-brings a sharp decrease in personal income. Social Security benefits usually cannot make up the difference. Older people may suffer from poor nutrition, medical care and housing. Some even experience age discrimination. In 1987, American sociologist Pat Moore dressed up like an older person and wandered city streets. She was often treated rudely-even cheated and robbed. However, dressed as a young person, she received much more respect. Of course, not all elderly Americans have such negative experiences. But old age does present unique challenges. 许多美国的老年人觉得他们的「黄金年代」一点都不黄金。在经济上来说,老年人常是挣扎着勉强度日。退休--通常在六十五岁的时候--使个人收入骤减,而社会保障制度的福利并不能补足差额,老年人常遭遇营养、医疗照顾、和居住环境的问题。有些人甚至曾经碰到年龄歧视的问题,在一九八七年有一位美国的社会学家派特?尔装扮成老人在街上游荡,结果人们多半对她很粗鲁,甚至骗她或抢她的东西,可是当她穿著年轻时,人们就对她尊重多了。当然也不是所有的美国老人家都有这样糟糕的经验,不过年纪大确实会遭遇一些特别的挑战。Ironically, the elderly population in America is expanding-fast. Why? People are living longer. Fewer babies are being born. And middle-aged "baby boomers" are rapidly entering the ranks of the elderly. America may soon be a place where wrinkles are "in." Marketing experts are aly focusing on this growing group of consumers. And even now the elderly have a great deal of political power. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), with over 30 million members, has a strong voice in Washington. 而很不幸偏偏美国老年人口又正在扩增中--很快速地扩增,为什么呢?因为现在的人越来越长命,婴孩的出生却减少,而当初在婴儿潮时出生现在是中年人的很快地就要进入老年阶段了,美国恐怕马上会成为一个皱纹「很流行」的国度。行销专家们已经开始注意这群人口持续增加中的消费者,而这群老年人现今甚至在政治上也相当有力,因为美国退休人员协会拥有超过三千万的会员,对华盛顿具相当的影响力。A common stereotype of older Americans is that they are usually "put away" in nursing homes and forgotten about. Actually, only about 5 percent live in some type of institution. More than half of those 65 or older live with or near at least one of their children. The vast majority of the elderly live alone and take care of themselves. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 75 percent own their own homes. Over a million senior adults live in retirement communities. These provide residents with meals, recreation, companionship, medical care and a safe environment. 一般人对美国老人家的刻板印象是被「遣送到」养护院去,然后被人遗忘。然而事实上,只有百分之五的人住在此类机构中,超过半数的六十五或六十五岁以上老人,是与孩子同住或住在其中一个孩子的附近。绝大部份的老年人是自己住并自己照顾自己的,根据美国户口调查局的统计,他们百分之七十五拥有自己的房子,超过一百万名老年人住在退休者的社区中,这些社区为其居民提供饮食、、友谊、医疗照顾、以及安全的环境。 Despite the challenges they face, Americans in their "twilight years" generally refuse to give up on life. They find a variety of ways to keep themselves active. To help them stay in shape, they may join mall walkers clubs, fitness programs and even the "Senior Olympics." They can enjoy hours of entertainment at senior centers and adult amusement parks. Many enroll in continuing education programs to maintain their mental skills. For Americans, if you're going to grow old, you might as well do it gracefully. 纵然他们遭遇挑战,处在迟暮之年的美国老年人通常还是不愿意放弃他们的生活,他们寻求各种不同的方法使自己更有活力,为了保持强健的身体状况,他们参加购物中心的竞走俱乐部、健身课程、甚至奥林匹克老人运动会。他们可以在老人中心和成人公园里逍遥好几个小时,许多人报名参加延伸制教育以维续他们的心智技能。如果你是将要进入老年期的美国人,你也可以优雅地做做这些活动。 /200804/33703

  1. Gather small autumn leaves or larger ones that can be broken or cut up.收集一些可以弄碎的树叶,大小都可以。2. Clean and dry them if they are dirty or wet.洗净然后晾干。3. Press them by setting them between two sheets of waxed paper. Then set the leaves and waxed paper inside the pages of a book. Put a pile of heavier books like phone books or hardbound novels or text books on top of the book holding the leaves. Set them aside in a dry area and let them press dry and flat for 2 weeks. Pressing and drying them will remove excess moisture too.把叶子夹在两张蜡纸之间,然后把叶子和蜡纸一起放进书中。用电话簿、精装小说或者课本之类比较重的书压在上面。把这一堆书在干燥的地方放2周,去掉叶子中的水分。4. Measure and cut two same sized pieces of clear plastic self stick shelf/drawer liner in the shape of a paper bookmark, about 8 inches by 2 inches or wider if you prefer. 把透明塑胶、具有粘性的的货架(或者抽屉)衬垫裁切成大小相同、呈书签形的两片,长2英寸,宽8英寸,当然更宽也可以。5. Remove the backing from one of the two pieces of self-stick plastic liner. Then set it on a table or another hard work surface, sticky side up.把其中一片塑胶衬垫的背面揭下来,放在桌子或者其他硬物的表面,胶面朝上。6. Get your dried pressed autumn leaves and arrange a few on the sticky part of the plastic shelf liner. Make sure you leave a small border around the outer edge of the liner that does not have any leaves on it, like a small frame.把压干的叶子贴在衬垫的胶面上。确保在衬垫外沿没有叶子的地方留下一圈边,像一个框那样。7. Take the other piece of sticky clear plastic liner and peel off the backing.把另一片衬垫的背面揭下。8. Starting at the top or bottom of a 2-inch side, set it on top of the leaves and other piece of liner, pressing down as you go. 从这张衬垫顶部或尾部距边缘2英寸的地方开始,与叶子和另一片衬垫粘合。 /201108/151018

  1.Get an Early Start早行动早漂亮Make a habit of washing your face a few hours before bed. If you wait until you're tired, you're more likely to blow it off—allowing toxins and dirt to stay on there all night.Another consequence? You miss the best time to treat your skin. At night there's more blood flow to the skin's surface, and there's nothing else on your face to interfere with absorption.睡觉前几个小时洗脸。如果等到困了再洗脸,那你很可能搞砸美容大计——毒素和灰尘会在脸上滞留整夜。另一个后果就是你错过了皮肤护理的最佳时段。夜间脸部皮肤中的血流量会增多,而且不会有其他什么影响护理产品的吸收。2.Sleep On Your Back躺着睡觉Lying on your stomach is bad for "beauty sleep." The average head weighs 7 to 8 pounds—a lot of pressure to be putting on your face every night. In fact, many dermatologists say they can tell what side of the face people sleep on by the number of wrinkles there.趴着睡觉是美容觉的大忌。头部平均重量是7-8磅——趴着的话对脸部可是不小的压力。不少皮肤科医生都说,他们能根据皱纹的数量判断这个人睡觉时脸朝向哪边。3.Get a Lift高枕无忧Sleep with your head elevated on two pillows, or put the headrest area of your bed on 2- to 4-inch pieces of wood. Gravity helps lymph and blood flow so fluid won't accumulate.枕两个枕头,或者把床的枕头区域垫高2-4寸。重力能促进淋巴和血液循环,如此体液就不会淤积一处。4.Avoid Carb Face避免水肿脸To wake with defined cheekbones, eat a high-protein, low-sugar dinner. Skip the rice, pasta and potatoes. When our diet's high in glycemic carbohydrates, our features take on a soft, doughy appearance.如果想一觉起来,脸上不会水肿得像包子,晚饭就多吃高蛋白、低糖分的食物、不要吃米饭、面条和土豆。当饮食中有过多的生糖碳水化合物时,面部容易变得绵软而浮肿。5.To minimize A.M. frizz避免晨间头发蓬乱sleep on a satin pillowcase or put your hair in a silk scarf. Those fabrics are much softer than cotton, so there's less friction.睡在缎面枕头上,或者用丝巾把头发包起来。这些面料比棉柔软多了,可以减少擦。6.Find Your Inner Ballerina模仿芭蕾舞女演员Pile hair into a twist on the top of your head. In the morning you'll have major volume and beautiful waves.把头发在头顶扎成髻。早上起来就能看到蓬松而蜷曲的浪了。 /201002/97390。

  Quite often a person feels the need to lie about something - if you are the person being lied to, there are a few simple tips for catching the liar out. This is a list of the top 15 tips.  人们经常会觉得需要撒谎——如果你是被骗的那方,下面就教你15招来揪出骗子。  1. Physical expression will be limited and stiff, with few arm and hand movements. Hand, arm and leg movements are toward their own body as the liar tries to take up less space。  1. 肢体语言很拘束,僵硬,手臂和手不怎么动。手、手臂和腿的移动都靠向自己的身体,因为撒谎者设法占据更少的空间。  2. A person who is lying to you will avoid making eye contact。  2. 骗你的人通常会避免和你眼神接触。  3. Hands touching their face, throat amp; mouth. Touching or scratching the nose or behind their ear. Not likely to touch his chest/heart with an open hand。  3. 手触碰自己的脸、喉咙和嘴巴。碰或抓鼻子或耳后。他们不太可能去碰自己的胸膛/心脏。  4. Timing is off between emotions gestures/expressions and words. Example: Someone says, “I love it!” when receiving a gift and then smiles after making that statement, rather then at the same time the statement is made。  4. 手势/表情和说话的时机不对。例如:某人在收到礼物后说:“我喜欢这个!”,之后再露出笑容,而不是在说话的同时露出微笑。  5. Gestures/expressions don't match the verbalstatement, such as frowning when saying “I love you。”  5. 手势/表情和嘴上说的不匹配,例如说:“我爱你”的时候皱着眉头。 /201105/137731

  How do you spend your off hours? Do you watch television? Do you surf the web? Read articles here at Lifehack.org? There are many ways you can spend your leisure time. But is it really possible to get more out of your time off? Not just making this time more productive, but actually making it more enjoyable.Breaking the Work/Play DistinctionI believe the answer goes against what many of us have been taught about how to spend our free time. From early childhood we’ve been taught to divide everything to do into two groups, work and leisure. Work consists of all the things we need to do and leisure is everything else.Splitting the world this way isn’t necessarily wrong. But the subtle message contained in this split is that work and leisure shouldn’t resemble each other. Your work needs to be productive, efficient and challenging. Therefore leisure should be relaxing, accomplish nothing and be free of pressures.Why This Kills Your Free TimeThe problem is this assumption, that work should be the opposite of leisure, ruins your free time. The belief that the most enjoyable moments of life are spent relaxing in the fruits of our labor doesn’t match the real world. Research has shown that the most enjoyable moments of our life are the ones where we are most engaged.Psychology researcher Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi recorded this phenomenon. He did this through a device that pinged at random points in time. The subject then filled out a form based on their feelings, thoughts and current activity. What he found was people have more enjoyable experiences from work than from their time off. He mentions this paradox in his book, Flow:“Thus we have the paradoxical situation: On the job people feel skillful and challenged, and therefore feel more happy, strong, creative and satisfied. In their free time people feel that there is generally not much to do and their skills are not being used, and therefore tend to feel more sad, weak dull and dissatisfied. Yet they would like to work less and spend more time in leisure.” [emphasis mine]I believe the dissatisfaction for work stems from the external need to work. Since we cannot exercise freedom in choosing to show up every morning, it is easy to begrudge the time there. Even if it produces positive experiences in our lives.The Answer Isn’t Becoming a WorkaholicI don’t believe the resolution of this problem, is to work all the time. I think that would only exacerbate a situation where people feel trapped by oppressive work schedules. Even if jobs can produce,challenging flow experiences, putting all your eggs into one basket can be risky.Instead, Fill Your Spare Time With Active LeisureActive leisure is free activities you choose that challenge and fulfill you. But because you take up these tasks through internal desires, not external constraints, you won’t feel trapped by them.Many people have found ways to incorporate active leisure into their lives. Taking up hobbies, sports and learning new skills even when time is limited. But as the standard forty hour workweek gets pushed longer and passive entertainment becomes easier to consume, it is harder to take up active leisure.Leisure is Hard WorkUpgrading your leisure time to make it more enjoyable isn’t always easy. This may sound backwards, since many people believe the purpose of leisure is to be easy. But sometimes the benefits of being active in your time off aren’t immediately apparent.Activity requires that you invest your attention. The body was designed to be efficient, not enjoyable, so it may resist your attempts to invest energy in anything non-essential.How to Start the Active Leisure HabitThere are many ways you can upgrade your leisure time, but it requires effort. Unlike watching television or relaxing, opportunities for flow need to be structured in advance. It can sometimes require planning and always requires an initial push of momentum to get started.I suggest an experiment. Try replacing some low-energy task with a more engaging one. Continue it for a month. After that month, if you don’t feel the new task is more satisfying than your old usage of time, quit. This is about enjoyment, not productivity, so you don’t need to feel guilty if you decide to switch back later.Suggestions for Active LeisureHere are a couple ideas to get the ball rolling:1. Join Toastmasters -At toastmasters.org you can find clubs near your location. There are thousands of them and they are a great experience. I’ve known many people who tell me Toastmasters is the highlight of their week.2. Start a Craft -Try learning a new hobby or restarting an old one. Painting, woodworking, sculpting, programming or blogging are all great starts. Buy a tutorial book to get you started and learn from there.3. Play Sports -Find a physical activity that will get you to move and provides a challenging environment. Not only will this keep you healthy, but it will put your mind into a state of flow more easily than sitting on the couch.4. Learn a New Language -Challenge yourself to learn a new language. This has always been a goal of mine. I’ve heard from many sources that it can be both challenging an enjoyable to gain fluency in a non-native tongue.5. Play a Game -Computer games and interactive entertainment can be great ways to produce flow. Although you can get addicted to the enjoyable environment, structuring a small amount of time to play games can engage you mind to have fun.6. Start a Project -One of my personal favorites is to get a new project going. Starting a project to complete something over the course of a couple months can be exciting and incredibly rewarding. Go start that novel you’ve been thinking about. 你是如何度过休闲时间的?看电视?网上冲浪?还是在Lifehack.org上浏览文章?度过休闲时间的方法有很多。但是,你真的能从休闲中得到更多的东西吗?不仅要使休闲生活更丰富多,还要切实享受更多的快乐。  打破工作和的界线  我相信这个和很多人受到的如何度过休闲时间的教导背道而驰。很小的时候就有人教导我们把生活分为两部分:工作和。工作包含了所有我们需要做的事情,而则是另一回事。  这样划分生活不一定是错的。但是,这里蕴含着工作和不应该相类似的信息。工作需要有成果、效率和挑战,因而就应该是轻松的、无目的、没压力的。  这样的划分毁掉休闲生活的原因  毁掉休闲生活的问题在于一个假设:工作应该是的对立面。生活中最快乐的时刻是轻松享受劳动成果的时刻,这个信念与现实不符。研究表明,生活中最快乐的时刻在我们最忙碌的时候。  心理学研究员Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi对此现象做了记录。他通过能及时在任意点发出呯的声响的装置做了这个记录。实验对象根据自己的感觉、想法和当前活动填写一张表格。他发现,人们从工作中获得的快乐感受比在休闲时得到的更多。他在自己的书《心流》中提到了这个悖论:  “这样,就出现了自相矛盾的情况:在工作中,人们能感觉到能力和挑战,因而感觉到更多的快乐、更优秀、更有创造力,对自己也就更满意。而在休闲时间,人们一般都感到没什么事可做,他们的娴熟技能也得不到应用,因而更容易感到沮丧、无聊,对自己也更不满意。然而,他们还是宁愿少点工作时间,多些休闲时间。”(我的特别强调)  我认为,人们对工作的不满源于外界对工作的需要。由于不能自由选择每天早上上班的时间,就很容易因此发牢骚,尽管上班能为我们的生活创造快乐的体验。  解决办法不是要你成为工作狂  我认为解决这个问题的办法不是全天候工作。我想那样的话只能使情况恶化,使人有受到令人压抑的工作日程限制的感觉。尽管工作中充满挑战的机会,但把一切希望都寄托在工作上是很危险的。  那么,就以积极的休闲活动占用你的空余时间  积极的休闲活动是由你随意选择自己感兴趣而且满意的活动。由于做这些事出自个人的意愿,而非他人强迫所为,你就不会感到压抑。  许多人找到了让积极的休闲活动融入生活办法。即使在时间有限的时候,也把它花在业余爱好、体育锻炼和学习新技能上。但是,随着标准的每周四十小时的工作时间拉长,消极的活动令人感到更自在,因而人们难得参加积极的休闲活动。  休闲是个艰苦的工作  升级休闲活动使之带来更多快乐,往往不能令人感到舒心。这似乎说反了,因为人们认为休闲的目的就是要舒心快乐。不过,有时用于消闲的积极活动产生的好处并不能马上体现出来。  活动需要你投入注意力。而体能是为工作能力,而不是为得到快乐务的,因此,它可能会在任何不必要的事情上抵制你的企图。  如何启动积极休闲的习惯  升级休闲活动的办法有很多,但都需要付出努力。能产生心流的机会不像看电视或休息,它需要预先规划。它可能有时需要编制计划,而且总是需要一个开始实行的初始时间。  我建议做个实验。以一种活力不足的活动替代更具吸引力的事情。坚持一个月。一个月以后,如果你觉得新的活动不如原来的令你高兴,就停下来。这是为了快乐,不是为了产出,因此,如果你决定再改回去,不必感到内疚。  几种积极休闲活动  以下是几个关于开始积极休闲活动的设想:1. 参加讲演会-在toastmasters.org 网站能找到离你所在地最近的俱乐部。俱乐部有很多,那是很棒的体验。我认识许多人,他们告诉我,参加演讲会是他们一周内最重要的事情。2. 开始一门手艺-试着培养新的业余爱好,或重新捡起老手艺。绘画,做木工,雕刻,编程和写客都是很好的开始。买一本指南书,指导你开始学习。3. 进行体育锻炼-选择一项体育运动,能让你活动起来,给你提供具挑战性的环境。这不仅能保持你的身体健康,而且能让你的思维处于比坐在沙发上更敏捷的活动状态。4. 学习一门新的语言-激励自己学习一门外语。这一直是我自己的目标。我从很多方面了解到这样能激发快乐,也能使说外语的舌头更灵活。5. 玩个游戏-电脑游戏和互动活动可能是激发心流的最好方法。尽管你可能沉迷于快乐的活动,但是安排一点时间玩玩游戏能吸引你的注意力,让你开心。6. 启动一项计划-我个人最喜欢做的是运作一项新的计划。启动一项计划,在几个月时间内一步步完成计划能令人感到兴奋,而且能获得意想不到的回报。开始写你一直想写的小说吧。 /200811/56280

  什么样的女性脸庞才算标准美女脸?国际美容整形外科学会(ISAPS)最新发表的一期刊物给出了。根据对全球各国总共63名最漂亮的各种肤色女艺人脸型的分析,韩国整形外科教授李承哲用电脑合成了各人种的“标准美女脸”,并在国际学术杂志美容整形外科学会学报(Aesthetic Plastic Surgery)上发表了名为“最具魅力的脸庞” (Attractive Composite Faces)的论文。Existing evidence suggests that the standards of facial attractiveness are similar across genders and cultures. On the other hand, Perrett et al. have insisted that highly attractive facial configurations are not an average. Many authors have reported that the average faces are different from attractive faces and that attractive faces differ considerably according to race. I agree with the opinion that the average face is not an attractive face and that the most attractive face is the average of attractive faces.现有据显示,不同性别、不同文化间对于迷人脸的标准非常相近。然而,佩雷特等人坚持认为最具魅力的面部结构并非一样。许多著书者称平均脸不同于迷人脸,而迷人脸间的差异很大程度上取决于人种。我同意这一观点,我认为平均脸并不是迷人脸,而最具魅力的脸庞应该是迷人脸的综合体。 /201011/116983

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