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Still nervous, but better

Thursday, December 06, 2012


Ok, I am learning so much about my "stage presence"! I move too much (still), I get nervous and look everywhere but at the camera, I pull my chin in too much (it gives me those dreaded extra-chins), I use opening my eyes wide for emphasis in a weird way..but it's still fun! And this is a great way to learn about my own little traits and figure out how to fix them for camera. (Next time: A script! And a practice run!)
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  • JUMPINJULIE
    Love the video.
    1627 days ago
  • FRESHSTART1971
    Thank you so much for this post. Both myself and my 12 year old son have the same condition. I manage my symptoms the main ways you manage yours, however getting a 12 year old to drink 80 ounces of water (per his heart specialist) is impossible! Those nunn tablets seem like just the trick though...I am going to try and find them right away.

    Again, thanks for the post. I know most people are plagued with high blood pressure so to find anyone like me is rare. Helpful to get some alternative tips. Thanks!
    1627 days ago
  • SADWHITEWOLF
    I too am glad My Boss is not on SP. I do most of my sparking at work.

    1629 days ago
  • SADWHITEWOLF
    Love it!
    Love your captions too!
    1629 days ago
  • KAREN2LOSE55
    Sounds like you're getting your troubles under control and you have such a pretty smile too! I didn't really see it until the end, and WOW, you really lit up like a Christmas tree and that means you're right n season! Ha! Keep getting more healthy! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1630 days ago
  • HAPPYDEM
    Love the video blog! Do more of them!
    1630 days ago
  • PEPPYPATTI
    Way to go! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1630 days ago
  • CAMEOANDLACE
    Sounds like you are learning and having fun!
    1630 days ago
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