The Six O'Clock Scramble: I have found four simple strategies to help busy parents like me cook four to six nights per week, and actually save time and money by doing so. It may sound challenging (I know, because I used to think so too!), but with a little preparation and practice, making healthy and delicious homemade dinners can be even easier, faster and cheaper than ordering take-out.
Another favourite X-Files moment from Bad Blood: "What do you mean you want me to do another autopsy? And why do we have to do it right now? I’ve just spent hours on my feet doing an autopsy, all for you. I do it all for you, Mulder! You know I haven’t eaten since six o’clock this morning and all that was was half of a cream cheese bagel. And it wasn’t even real cream cheese, it was light cream cheese! And now you want me to run off and do another autopsy…?!?!?”
Tea Etiquette: In order for one not to spill the hot liquid onto oneself, the proper way to hold the vessel of a cup with no handle is to place one’s thumb at the six o'clock position and one’s index and middle fingers at the twelve o'clock position, while gently raising one’s pinkie up for balance.
Six o'Clock Workout Lower body. Strenght tone. 2/5. The Gluteus Maximus, calves and quads power the lower body as it makes contact with the ground. As a result they play a critical role in the generation of power in every movement, from sprinting to punching, kicking and jumping. The Six O' Clock workout focuses on these muscles to help increase lower body strength and power and deliver physical performance improvements. Extra Credit: Keep your abs slightly tense throughout all these…
"The hour […] can be anywhere between three and six o’clock in the afternoon. The general rule is that the earlier tea is served, the lighter the refreshments. At three, tea is usually a snack — dainty finger sandwiches, petits fours, fresh strawberrries; at six, it can be a meal — or "high" tea — with sausage rolls, salads, and trifle." — Angela Hynes (The Pleasures of Afternoon Tea) (via pinterest)