Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Check out the Morning Cruise blogspot learn a new word;test yourself on the trivia question and allow our tips to inspire change in you

By Denisia Adams
1.An indication or warning of a future event; an omen.
2.A feeling or intuition of what the future holds.
3.Prophetic significance
EG. The cruelty he showed to animals when he was a child were a presage of the unspeakable crimes he committed in adulthood.

Who am I: a Right arm Fast-Medium Bowler: play for South African Cricket Team; In 2002 took 50 One Day International wickets.; escalated in popularity and was voted most popular sportsperson in South Africa by the BMI 2005 Sportrack study.
A – Jonty Rhodes B – Makhaya Ntini C – Victor Matfield
Answer: B – Makhaya Ntini

The practice of firefighting has come a long way since the Roman Empire, when fire patrols relied on bucket brigades and pumps to extinguish blazes. The first fire engines arrived in Europe in the 17th century. Around this time, insurance companies—motivated by the Great Fire of London—formed private fire brigades, but they protected only the buildings they insured. In the early 18th century, France established the first modern brigades as a fee-based service.

Skin Care Facts
The skin is the largest organ of the human body. It is made of multiple layers of tissues, and covers and protects the bones, muscles and organs in the body. Nothing, however, protects the skin. Though skin is incredibly durable, elastic and has the capability to renew itself--it is essential to properly care for it.
Proper Cleansing
1. Proper skin hygiene is essential. Without cleansing, the skin can develop infections, acne and even produce a foul smell. It is important to use the correct facial cleanser depending upon your skin's needs. Generally, you should stay away from using a bar of soap as a facial cleanser. Soap has a tendency to dry out the skin from its essential oils. People suffering with acne will find cleanser with 2 percent sayalic acid helpful. Many like to swipe a layer of toner to wipe the leftover residue. It is important, however, to make sure to not over dry the skin. It is also helpful to use a scrub a couple times a week to exfoliate the dead skin cells .
2. The skin is exposed to many outside factors such as dirt, dust and UV rays. It is important to always moisturize--whether you have dry or oily skin. There are tons of different types of lotions from anti-wrinkle to sensitive skin . Moisturizers provide a thin seal over the skin, which helps to maintain the skin's natural moisture levels.
3. It is always crucial to apply sunscreen every day--even on cloudy days. Conveniently, most moisturizers and even foundations available today have sunscreen in them. Be sure to use at least an SPF 15 and apply it at least 20 minutes before going outside. In warmer areas, try to stay away from the sun, particularly from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. when the sun can be strong. Also, bump up the SPF to 30 or higher and make sure to re-apply every hour. Don't forget to protect your lips by making sure your lip balm or lipstick also has an SPF.
4. Smoking leads to many diseases, but for the skin, it ages and increases the amount of wrinkles. Nicotine decreases the blood flow in the skin, which depletes the skin of oxygen, nutrients, elastic fiber and collagen. The repetitive actions involved with smoking, such as pursing the lips, also increases the chance of more wrinkles.
5. A slight misconception is that eating fried foods or chocolate will lead to acne. That is not necessarily true, however, at least not directly. The food you eat will be reflected in your skin. If you eat more fresh foods, drink a minimal amount of alcohol, drink a lot of water and maintain a healthy diet--the body will have less bacteria, and your skin will look clean and healthy.

Helen Keller
To keep our faces toward change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength undefeatable
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real……!!!!!!!!!!
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