Sadly, there is nothing available for the movie UP. I’ve tried about every combination I can find. If anyone knows where to find these patterns, please let me know and I’ll update this post.
So, in the interest of full disclosure, I have not actually used this site or this product. I’ve just haven’t been in the position to have a need to use it yet. However, I think it is an important service and want to get the word out in case anyone who reads this is in a position where they need it. The site is called Kitestring and it’s a site/app that you can tell to check-up on you if you are meeting a stranger or going out at night. You tell it to check-up on you in so many minutes and it sends you a text. If you don’t respond to the text, it sends out texts to your emergency contacts to get in touch with you. I think it’s a great idea, especially for women and if you need this I think it’s worth trying it out. If you do use it or have used it, please post a comment below on your experience!
So, Philosophy Bro isn’t like the other sites I’ve recommended so far. It’s not exactly a fantastic website, but it’s a good jumping off point. If you are interested in philosophy, Philosophy Bro takes important philosophical works and and puts them modern terms with a bit of a frat boy edge. It makes for an easy read and easy to understand version of complex materials. That being said, it does get old kind of fast. It did for me anyway. Plus, having it in a blog form instead of a video form, like Thug Notes makes it more difficult to enjoy. There isn’t the same level of entertainment value. I think it’s something that can be outgrown fairly quickly. I read about one year’s worth of posts and I’m ready to move onto something else. I like philosophy, but reading about it in this manner got old for me quickly. That being said, it’s still a nice non-threatening way to get into philosophy. It hasn’t been updated in years, but the posts are still solid.
So, in the spirit of health and fitness resolutions, today I’m going to recommend a workout sight. Darebee has thousands of visual workouts for you to do for free!
The workouts have a large range of ability level, area of focus, and equipment (if any) that is used for the workout. In fact, if you click the “load filter” button, it will take you to a page where you can change what is shown based on the type of work out you’re looking for.
On top of this, there are actual full workout programs and challenges available that typically last about a month. The site isn’t just for fitness either, there are nutrition plans and recipes that you can try as well. In the interest of transparency, I do want to say that I haven’t tried any of the fitness or nutrition programs, the fitness challenges, or the recipes. I pretty much stick to the workout page and filter. Still, I find it very helpful. The light and easy workouts don’t take more than 10-20 minutes so it’s much easier to build a habit before really focusing on building muscle.
Anyway, I thought it was a neat website and I wanted to share. I hope you find it useful too!