Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts

Monday, September 8, 2014

Book VS Movie: RUN, FORREST, RUUUUUN!

So...remember this?


Of course you do. Only, this scene? Not in the original book AT ALL. Not the running, not even the braces. That's right. NO RUNNING. "Run, Forrest!" is not in the book.

And Jenny? Yeah, that whole situation is WAY different, too.

That's right, it's time for BOOK VS MOVIE! Gump-style.
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This Friday, we're breaking down The Help. Check it out!

Wishing you love with extra cheese-
Nacho Mama


Thursday, August 21, 2014

TWO Podcasts for you this weekend!

Hello, you!
I'm heading off to spend a few days camping with my sweet husband and silly, adorable kids but I wanted to post not one, but TWO podcasts for you! Maybe you'll take them with you on your walk or on your commute-who knows?

The first is the latest NACHO MAMA'S PODCAST, in which I share my fave Youtube channel finds of late. Enjoy!

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Next up, Episode 3 of BOOK VS MOVIE, where Margo and I tackle Breakfast at Tiffany's! Think you love this movie, listen in on our conversation and we're pretty sure you'll love it even more...except for that one thing.

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HAPPY WEEKEND! Now, where's my s'mores skewer?

Wishing you love with extra cheese-
Nacho Mama

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

BOOK VS MOVIE: Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil Pts 1&2

HELLOOOOO!
How's your summer going? Doing any exciting summer reading? Looking for a new podcast to take on your summer walks/hikes?

Wow, I have so many questions today.

BOOK VS MOVIE is up and running! Margo of Brooklyn Fit Chick and I are having so much fun with our new podcast. Here are both of the first episodes, Part 1 and Part 2 of our discussion of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Hope you like it! 


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Be sure and follow "Book VS Movie" on Facebook, we'll be sharing fun trivia and extras for each episode there. We'll also be embedding each episode so you can listen right from Facebook.

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Next time, we'll be talking about Breakfast at Tiffany's-what's YOUR favorite movie-made-from-a-book? Did you like the book or the movie better? Let us know!

Wishing you love with extra cheese-
Nacho Mama

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

VIDEO: Food Find plus a NEW PODCAST!!!

That's right, Margo D. of Brooklyn Fit Chick and I had so much fun on Nacho Mama's Podcast that we decided to start a NEW podcast, "Book VS Movie"!

Plus I give Yoplait Light Greek Yogurt another chance.


Wishing you love with extra cheese-
Nacho Mama

Thursday, February 21, 2013

PODCAST Episode 44: Review of Jillian Michaels' SLIM FOR LIFE, Richard Simmons' PROJECT HOPE & more!


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Slim for Life: My Insider Secrets to Simple, Fast, and Lasting Weight Loss
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Today I'll be reviewing Jillian Michaels' new book, SLIM FOR LIFE. Plus we'll have an update on Richard Simmons' new videos (featuring moi), PROJECT HOPE, new fitness apps, The Biggest Loser & more!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

PODCAST Episode 31: "Back to School" with Health and Fitness this Fall!

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This Episode will air LIVE today, August 29th, from 3-4pm Pacific on Blogtalk Radio.
Every Fall I love to participate in Mama's Kitchen annual Pie Sale!

Fall is coming! It's time to get back on track with our health and weight loss goals. Join me LIVE in the chartroom during the broadcast as we discuss books, tv shows, resources and recipes to help kick-start YOUR Healthy Fall!

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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

PODCAST Episode 20: Nacho Mama's Reading Room! Books, Blogs & More

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Weight Loss Boss: How to Finally Win at Losing--and Take Charge in an Out-of-Control Food World
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Do you love to read as much as I do? Lately I've been reading some great books and blogs that I'll share with you on today's podcast including an in-depth review of Weight Loss Boss, the new book by Weight Watchers CEO (and my twitter crush) David Kirchhoff.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Do you have trouble arranging your bookshelves?

I hope you'll find this post I did for San Diego Momfia helpful! I was honored to be asked into the home of fellow Momfia-member Beth (@hipmamab of La La La) and her husband Jason (@petcobra of Dad Centric) to help them arrange the rather large bookcase in their family room. The post includes some general tips for your bookcase, whatever the size-enjoy!
Photo by Beth (@hipmamab) for San Diego Momfia

Saturday, November 13, 2010

REVIEW: The Only Decorating Books You'll Ever Need

(part of this post is re-printed from my blog, The Blissful Bed and Bath)

 
Gorgeous, full-color home decorating books, whether on your bookshelf, coffee table or nightstand, can be a costly addiction habit. Just trust me on this one.

My friends often raise their eyebrows at my HUGE collection of home decor tomes. “YOU bought all of these?” Um, yes. What,  so because I’m an interior designer all my ideas are supposed to just pop into my head while I sip my daily organic green tea in my “meditation corner?” If only! I always say, a designer is only as good as her resources, and it’s my job to see what’s going on in the world. And besides that, these books are so pretty.

So then the next thing my friends ask is “Well, which one do you think I should get?” Which is, in fact, a sticky one because everyone’s taste is different and sometimes people don’t like what they think they like (does that make sense?)

Not to worry! To paraphrase Russel Wright, the best and most useful home decorating book I can recommend is for EVERYBODY. It truly is the only decorating book you’ll ever need (notice I didn’t say it’s the only one you’ll ever want, which is a different matter altogether.)  It has no photos(just drawings) and costs just over 10 bucks. And you know what else? It fits in your purse.
It’s Apartment Therapy: the eight step home cure, by Maxwell Gillingham Ryan, the mastermind behind the ba-rilliant Apartment Therapy website. Don’t let the title throw you, this book is a handy guide to every room/area of your home, whether that home is a tiny NY studio or a sprawling McMansion in Texas. What to know how to create an oasis of peace in your bedroom? It’s in here. Want to know how to make your home “flow?” It’s in here. (NOTE: This is not the “companion” volume, Apartment Therapy Presents, though that book is good too.) This book is compact and accessible, taking you on a process of self-discovery to help you make the most of your home, whatever that may be.  You can do the recommended “8-week cure” (even implementing some of his tips can make a huge difference) and you’ll not only have a happier, more peaceful home that feels like YOU, you’ll have a party at the end to celebrate with all your friends!

The other decorating book I find myself reaching for again and again is Tim Street Porter's Casa Mexicana. 
It's out of print, but very easy to find on Amazon and even in some stores. Even if you're not latina (like me) you'll find this book is filled with all kinds of ideas big and small, that you'll want to try in your own space. From the large, austere homes of Barragan, to festive ideas for table settings, art display and entertaining, this book shows all of the practices discussed in Apartment Therapy implemented in living color. And because Mexican interiors (like their American counterparts) come in a vast array of styles, I can safely say there's something in this book for everyone. I've had this book for at least 10 years and never run out of inspiration from it's vibrant photographs. If you happen to come across it in your local used bookstore-BUY IT!

So you see? I had to buy all those other books so I could be sure and recommend the best ones to you. And I’m afraid I’ll have to keep buying those big, expensive picture books, you know,  just to be absolutely sure. Because I care.

Wishing you love with extra cheese,
Nacho Mama