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It's time to focus on creating content on dreamwidth, which seems like a good time to try to give this comm a re-boot.

Since me doing the check-in posts every day doesn't seem to work so well (sorry guys) does anyone want to offer to do check-ins? If we get enough people, we could get each person to claim one day per week.

Comment with what days(s) you would be willing to do, if you want! Alternately, give some suggestions of food-related topics you'd like to talk about here in the next 3 weeks.

ETA: I'm watching the American documentary Forks Over Knives (2011) (ETA2: sorry, I just realized this trailer needs a TW* for fat shaming, health fear-mongering ("diabetus!!"), weight loss before and after photos and also a brief shot of a surgery in progress where you can see blood trailer, imdb page) which, the official summary says, "[e]xamines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods."

Would anyone be interested in reading a review?

*I apologize if anyone clicked the trailer before I put up the warning and was triggered.

Date: 2012-04-27 11:29 pm (UTC)
claire_chan: COMMUNISM (COMMUNISM)
From: [personal profile] claire_chan
Gomen nasai Panda!!

I've been insanely busy - and I will continue to be so until late May @__@

I can write these check-in posts, though, as I do find it entertaining! I particularly like the beginning of the week, that is, when I have energy, i.e. Sunday and Monday.

If no one else emerges, then I could try to show up throughout the rest of the week!

I'm personally interested in the psychological neuroses connected to eating, but it's rather unappetizing to discuss.

Date: 2012-04-28 12:24 am (UTC)
claire_chan: tea (tea)
From: [personal profile] claire_chan
I've been scrabbling to find time to sleep. @_@ However, I have indeed found a full stomach helps me relax enough to lose consciousness... (that is, to stop the panic "AHHHH HAVE I READ CHAPTER EIGHT YET? WHEN IS THE EXAM IS IT NEXT WEDNESDAY OR NEXT FRIDAY?? WILL PROFESSOR X CALL ON ME AND HUMILIATE ME IN FRONT OF THE CLASS?")

That sounds reasonable! ^_^ I can start this Sunday. Maybe by then I'll have additional food icons.

I want to discuss the point at which performance anxiety develops into a full-fledged eating aversion!

Date: 2012-04-28 01:50 pm (UTC)
claire_chan: tea (tea)
From: [personal profile] claire_chan
*accepts all gratefully* Tell me about it.

So, a post soon-ish about eating and anxiety (performance, test, family issues, etc)?

Date: 2012-04-28 02:08 am (UTC)
tei: Woman in red dress in the snow. (Default)
From: [personal profile] tei
I would be interested in reading a review of that movie! I had been meaning to see it, but not in a particularly motivated fashion since the general gist of it seems to be "vegetables are good for you" which, y'know, is not exactly the most profound nutritional insight that I have ever encountered.

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