Jet lag is never fun, but you know what is? Not having jet lag. Here are my best tips, so that you can enjoy the first few days in a different time zone for a more extended amount of time. Just three simple tips.
1.) Eat lots of fruit. Especially apples for the energy, to help stay up till at least 7’0clock, plus it keeps your mind off the pillow. Don’t give into your coffee addiction and energy drinks; you might not be able to fall asleep when you need to.
*One time my parents made us stand up until it was time for dinner, it felt like torture!
2.) Plan your day out, including when you should go to bed. Set a reasonable time like seven O’clock. When you have a plan for the day, it keeps you busy, and it will put you in the mindset of getting things done. (sometimes helps with forgetting about that comfortable pillow waiting for you)
*Once my family and I were sleeping all day, then at night it was like we were just going through a typical day. Cooking meals, watching tv, doing homework, playing board games, etc….*
3.) Walk everywhere that’s within walking distance. It keeps you active. Plus there is no bed around, and I am pretty sure you do not want to fall asleep on the sidewalk.
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My favorite part of my childhood just made a come back in the most incredible way. With all the bare necessities from the animated Disney film. As you know the original movie was released in 1967 where Bagheera found the man cub ( Mowgli) and gives him to the wolf pack ……Blah blah blah……tigar hates him…….. blah blah blah…..Baloo becomes friends with Mowgli and sing songs…….Mowgli gets into a bunch of trouble……..Ect, you know the rest.
To be honest as much I love revisiting early childhood memories I was not excited to see this film. fortunately both of my brothers were ( the youngest has never even seen the animated version before.) but as usual , he like anything Disney slaps their label on. So we went the week it came out and I’m impressed.
This film is more intense than the cartoon but intriguing to all ages of viewers. I freaked out when I found out Jon Favreau (aka Happy from Iron Man) was the director of this film. His work on Zathura was genius. Any movie adopted from a book should be directed by this guy.
How many songs can you remember from this film? You should know at least three. Because here we had the three most important songs of the movie, that’s just my opinion . “The Bare Necessities” and “I wanna be like you ooh ooh”haha, ya get it ?! I’m going to leave the third one a mystery.
Another feature that helped make this movie a big hit (again my opinion) was the cast. Especially with Neel Sethi as Mowgli. Sethi betrayed the role of a man cub perfectly and who better to play his best friend Baloo than Bill Murray ( Ever seen Goundhog Day). Plus his mentor Bagheera voiced Ben Kingsley, who brought a bit of dramatics to screen. If you agree comment down below.
I don’t want to reveal too much because you probably want to see the movie yourself. So I’ll leave it alone here.
In conclusion it’s an all in all great family night film. Or a just take your friends; if you have one of those , and enjoy this modern version of your childhood.
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