Daaaaaamn Panera, Back at it Again with the Pseudoscience.

Don't Eat the Pseudoscience

Between tromping through Baguette Falls while whacking out azodicarbonamide, glycerides, artificial colors, and artificial flavors (i.e. amyl alcohol and benzaldehyde), and gallivanting around Crisp Valley Farms spotting the unwanted “No-Nos” trespassing on the property (i.e. hydrolyzed protein, polydextrose, MSG, and sodium erythorbate), Panera Bread continues its pursuit in educating consumers on the perils of “artificial” food additives and preservatives while feeding the pseudoscience madness in a cute new game. Of course, don’t forget the unusual/artificial “alien” sounds accompanying the destruction of each chemical. Luckily for the consumer, upon winning and defeating the awful droves of supposedly detrimental and awful food additions, one wins a coupon!

Panera Bread Land of Clean Panera Bread “Land of Clean”

Panera Bread LLC introduced its “No-No List” in 2015 in an effort to be more transparent and to provide clean menu options. Complete with a video campaign, and now the “Land of Clean” game, the list focuses on chemicals…

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Ah-pologies!

Ah~ I’m so sorry for the lack of posts in the past week-and-a-half. I was out up traveling in Washington D.C.  (our great nation’s capitol) for a conference and to meet up some friends. Obviously, the moment I get home, life  (and stress, or the lack thereof, haha) comes rushing to meet me.

However, be prepared for a slew of new posts within the next few days! 🙂 Stay beautiful, beautiful people!

PS: We tried two or three times to see the White House and each time we were either barred from even venturing two blocks towards it, or something dramatic was happening. Our conclusion is that the White House – much like the stolen Pyramids from “Despicable Me”  – is a farce and there is no such thing. It’s probably a giant blow-up doll too.

“Long-Term” – bucket list atm – Goals (6 more months)

To begin the process of writing – or adding things – to this blog, daily, perhaps the first should be to list some “long term – or at least until the end of this year” goals. (Could be like New Years Resolutions?)

  1. Write a post (on here) at least once every 48 hours.
  2. Present a poster at a conference.
  3. Travel to on East Coast- Charleston (SC), Gainesville (FL), Atlanta (GA), Cleveland (OH), Chicago (IL), Salem (MA), Richmond (VA), Charlottesville (VA), Charlotte (NC), Boston (MA), UofVT (VT), Portland / Martha’s Vineyard (MI / MA), Nashville (TN), New Orleans (LA), NYC (NY), Chintikee (MD)
  4.  Meditate at least 10 minutes a day.
  5. Floss daily – something simple that can sometimes be forgotten.
  6. Drink more water.
  7. Attain 125 lbs again – even with strong, lean muscles
  8. Read a bit of a book before bedtime.
  9. Go Whitewater Rafting.
  10. Go Skydiving.
  11. Go Tubing.
  12. Perfect a pie recipe.
  13. Practice a language – Spanish, German, Chinese – once a day.
  14. Write a pen-pal letter at least once every 3 days to not fall behind.
  15. Submit a work in for publication.
  16. Climb a V5 – V6.
  17. Be actively mindful of things I say and actions I do.
  18. Learn to network better.
  19. Improve webpage by learning to code slowly.
  20. Run a Half Marathon
  21. Compete in Alpha Warrior.
  22. Make a town in Sims to model the human and social networking.
  23. Go Snowboarding
  24. Be Okay with being Me.

More to be added

A Post A Day – Challenge Accepted

One of the things that can hopefully become habit for the long-term would be to try and blog a bit every day. Perhaps some days it will be asinine; other days, not so much? Maybe there will be some topic challenge to follow? Hmm. 

 

Summertime always seems like the best time for change and new experiences. Something about the heat (and mugginess attributable to the East Coast) is very enticing for new adventures! 

On the note of adventures, a segment of a TedTalk about how the “30’s are not the new 20’s” really could be taken two ways. On one hand, it is a good warning to people everywhere that all the things we hope for by doing other things can’t really be pushed back. On the other hand, it seemed like she was mocking and telling females to fall back into the submissive culture. [Will read this again and possibly edit in the morning]