Death Note, Body Cavitation and Yoga

Hello September 
Hello Eid
Hello School
Hello whatever event left I didn’t mention. 

If you are Muslim, I hope you’re enjoying Eid and if you’re not I hope you’re having a great day. Last week was quite eventful and somewhat productive, I’m really hoping I can keep it up. Death Note movie was released on Netflix and … we need to talk about it.

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Death Note is my all time favorite anime so I was really anxious when I found out it’ll be an American movie, hoping it’ll be as good as they claimed. I watched it on the day of release and I wanted to stop 5 minutes into it, and here’s why. Light has an intriguing personality, in the anime he’s a genius that went insane by time but in the movie he was too weak and it irritated me because it sounded like he did all that just to impress a girl who supposedly is Misa from the anime but named Mia.

I honestly got so mad when I watched it, I feel the movie didn’t grasp the real essence of Death Note story as the anime did. I even decided to watch the anime series all over again just to stop being mad. The gist of this, don’t watch the movie with high expectations.

Moving on to the next event that happened .. Let’s talk about body cavitation.

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Recently I dyed my hair in this salon which was recommended to me by my sister and aunt, it’s a really nice place actually. I was comfortable in my visit when I dyed my hair there so I was planning to keep coming here instead of that salon I mentioned before that I had a weird situation in. When I was paying at the counter, I noticed a pamphlet about body cavitation and also a huge banner as you can see in the picture. I was interested because ever since I gave birth, I couldn’t return my body shape as it was before. It’s hard returning to that shape, I’m much thinner than I was before but the skin isn’t tight enough and it makes me feel really insecure about myself.

I made an appointment for consultation so I would understand the whole process and the sessions needed to achieve that model sexy body. The lady showed me the machines and explained to me how these devices are used, and that’s when I started to get intimidated because they were four devices for different purposes and she said it’s not a painful process but I got scared anyway. The device basically has a high or low frequency pad thing that will damage the fat, the rest of the devices are used for drainage of this fat and another one for scanning. Along with this process, it’ll smoothen the areas that has cellulite and make it less bumpy.

I cancelled on the day before my first session because I feel I can do it on my own and I don’t need a cheating method to do it fast, also I’m not exactly guaranteed that I will lose all that stubborn fat and tighten my skin as I didn’t really met someone that did this procedure to see the outcome. I thought why should I waste my money on it and I don’t know the results of it. I’m considering to get a massage that will eliminate cellulite and make my skin look smoother but that’s also expensive so I’ll see how this will go.

Because of this, I started doing yoga.

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I started with beginner poses and I really enjoyed it, I felt really relaxed. My body isn’t that flexible but doing these poses made me feel so much better. I did workout after it to shape up obviously and hopefully my loose skin will tighten .. Someday.

What were you up to this past week? Did you watch the movie? Did you like it?

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