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Friday, March 13, 2009

How Do You Manage Fibromyalgia?

1. Exercise Delivers

The hardest part of it is feeling like you can actually exercise. I trained for a year to walk a half-marathon. I never [did] make it the 13.1 miles, but I did walk 9.2 miles before finally having to stop. Luckily I was in front of a fire station. It was a monumental task. Here's how I approached it:

First, I started small—10 to 15 minutes a day, three times a week. That was enough, because at that point, I was in so much pain, so fatigued and just not fit in any way, shape or form. Then I slowly added more time after a couple weeks. Gradually I was able to walk two miles, four times a week.

My energy level was up even though I was still fatigued. I was able to do so much more with more ease. The most important thing is to listen to your body. Don't push too hard because it can make it that much harder.


Can Alcohol Trigger Depression?
New study shows possible connection

Researchers have long sought to discover a depression "on" switch. Now, a new study suggests alcohol use may play a role.

Another recent study suggests avoiding drinking may help you avoid future depression as well.

Often it's difficult to tell if alcohol abuse leads to depression or if depression leads to self-medicating alcohol use.

Either way, this and other research seem to suggest that alcohol and depression don't mix.

To your health,


The Secret of the Hook!

I get asked all the time, "How do I write a good hook?"
My answer always causes a stir, because it's so simple.

Here's the big secret: Find the 'kernel' of what you want
to say. Then say it with a short punchie statement. There's
your hook. (*I wish it was more complicated.)
If you picture a real fish hook, you'll see that it has a
pointed end which easily goes into the fish!

Now think of all the ways you could say something important.
Many of those ways are "dull"... but if you think long
enough, you'll come up with a "pointed" way of saying it...
a stickie way.

*Truthfully, after you get some experience, the hook will
normally be what shows up in your mind first! It will be
what lights your fire and makes you even want to write a
song in the first place.
Hooks are SHORT enough to be easily remembered and
"heavy" enough to make an emotional or spiritual impact.
That's why most hooks become the song's title.
You're taking a meaningful truth and "boiling it down" to a
single impactful phrase.

Let's just do some examples right now: (off the top of my head)

The subject is...
AN OLD DEAD RELATIONSHIP that still gives you a tinge
of pain--
You delve into the ironic feeling that you're glad it's over
but it still hurts that it's over...now let's boil the idea down
to single phrase. (I'll actually do several ideas.)

HOOK: You Threw Me Away

HOOK: You're Gone, But You Won't Leave

HOOK: Could You Send the Rest of Me?

HOOK: On Good Days (I forget about you)

Here's another example...
FATHER'S DAY and you miss your dad--

He's across the country and you won't get to be there.
You've never been able to express much openly with your
dad, but you know you love him and he loves you.
HOOK: Like Father Like Son

HOOK: I Never Knew How to Say it

HOOK: I Hope This Finds You (Well) (song would be a letter)

HOOK: I'll Always Remember (list some memories with your dad)


OK, those are a couple of examples of possible hooks. But
do you see that there's something missing?
That's right...the rest of the song! That's not a joke...

The fact is, the lines LEADING UP TO a hook are what
really make the difference in whether the hook really "hooks."
There are some clever ways to SET UP a hook to make
it explode onto your listener's emotions.
I cover a bunch of those in my book, Strong Songwriting.
(If you own it, read chapter 4 again --"Setting the Hook!")

I'll try to cover some of those "setups" in future emails too,
so stay tuned.

Remember, coming up with a good hook is about finding a single
phrase that IMPACTS the emotions like a blow to the chest.

I hope that helps. I encourage you to go try brainstorming hooks
right now! And don't forget to write 'em down when they come
to you.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Album MATO Francis Landong sudah dalam 70% siap

Perkembangan pembikinan Album MATO Francis Landong sudah dalam 70% siap termasuk lah dubbing beberapa vocalnya yang mana Francis masih mencuba untuk lebih berhati hati dalam lontaran suara suaranya memandangkan kebanyakan lagu lagunya kali ini agak keras tetapi lembut atau pun yang pastinya kita katakan lain daripada album albumnya sebelum ini.
Menurutnya dalam albumnya kali ini musiknya sangat Special dengan susunan music yang di anggapnya cukup professional dan Francis berharap para peminatnya akan terus menerima perubahan albumnya kali ini.
Apapun lagu lagu sumayau dan lagu lagu kebiasan Francis selalu bawa dalam album albumnya sebelum ini TETAP ada katanya.
Mungkin yang cukup ketara kelainan hanya kerana music yang jarang kita dengar dalam album album Francis terdahulu.
Francis juga menyenaraikan beberapa lagu yang di pikirkan nya menjadi Hit dalam albumnya kali ini, walaupun pada ketika ini Penerbitnya masih ingin menukar beberapa lagu jika ada composer yang akan menampilkan lagu yang terbaik sehingga hujung bulan March ini.
Selain daripada lagu Mato yang di ciptanya sendiri lagu Timpu, Rock ememem, Hali hali dan Sian sian doho serta Ama akan menjadi siulan para pendengar bila album ini di pasaran katanya. Kenyataan ini di persetujui oleh Penerbitnya sdra Mark yang mana beliau menambah bahawa lagu Mandak ku ti juga akan menjadi Hit dalam album MATO Francis Landong ini.
Sementara itu beberapa lagu telah pun dan sedang di buat di Bamboo sound studio untuk album ini dan yang pasti Victor Paulus ( Tito) tidak pernah mengeciwakan para peminatnya dan Francis dalam albumnya
Untuk setekat ini lagu Sinding ya di Yaki, Pointopot tupus ku dika dan Sian sian doho di bawa kelolaan musik Bamboo sound studio Tambunan.

Francis dan penerbitnya Mark masih percaya Album ini akan di pasaran selewat lewatnya
Hujung April 2009.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Study: Sodium, potassium ratio affects heart health

A team of researchers has found that consuming twice as much potassium as sodium may halve a person's risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. In the new study, investigators found that study participants who had consumed the highest levels of potassium and the lowest levels of sodium were 50 percent less likely to die of cardiovascular disease than those who ate the most sodium and the least potassium. Scientists say eating less sodium is still the best way to protect your heart, but this is the first study to show that upping your intake of potassium can at least soften the blow of a high-sodium diet.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Album MATO Francis Landong.

Di jangka Dlm pasaran: April 2009

Antara Title lagu pilihan penerbit.

1.Hali hali - Ciptaan Asal: Joery Joseph
Gubahan Tambahan: Frencis Landong

MusiK: Don

2. Timpu - Ciptaan Asal: Joerry Joseph
Gubahan Tambahan: Frencis Landong

Musik: Don

3. Ama - Ciptaan Asal: Joerry Joseph
Gubahan Tambahan: Frencis Landong

Musik: Don

4. Mato - Ciptaan: Frencis Landong
Musik: Don

5. Mandak ku ti - Ciptaan: Frencis Landong
Musik: Don

6. Kanou ememem! - Ciptaan: Frencis Landong
Musik: Don

7. Tapui tapui - Ciptaan: Leo lidi Okala
Musik: Don

8. Sinding ya di Yaki - Ciptaan: Widie James Siwil
Musik: Tito

9. Pointopot tupus ku dika - Ciptaan: Arthur Nicholas & Harry Wong
Musik: Tito

10.Sian sian doho - Ciptaan: Arthur Nicholas
Musik: Tito

Hehehe...U got 10?

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