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Caption: You may slouch
without realizing--a good tip for correcting your posture is to imagine there is a string attached to the top of your head that is pulling it up.
Somewhere to slouch
in front of your favourite TV show, or curl up with a good book.
The sensor provides a gentle vibration whenever you slouch
, reminding you to sit or stand straight.
Washington, Aug 30 ( ANI ): Do you often worry about your posture but still slouch
while working on the laptop?
, stand straight and hold your head up; it's important that you pay heed to that relentless advice of your mother, not just because slouching makes you look shorter and fatter but for the major health issues it can land you with.
My wife Corrina keeps reminding me not to slouch
and has reclaimed the remotes so I don't undo all the good work I did in the gym by lounging around for too long.
your posture's really American, so I started to slouch
a bit," she said.
in a slovenly manner and give the impression of not being interested in anything.
After his first few days working under new Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni, O'Shea said: "Sir Alex is up there on his own - although our new Ireland manager is no slouch
when it comes to winning trophies.
Skinny leg are still hot but keep an eye on this season's kick-flare which look great with wedges while slouch
styles are ideal for summer to team with a relaxed t-shirt.
You can't slouch
over because the corset won't let you.
If George Lopez has any success in rounding up a beefier cast of celebrities for the Bob Hope Desert Classic -- not that Engelbert Humperdinck is any slouch
-- could he share the list with those who've struggled to organize the Dodgers' annual Hollywood Stars Night?
Monsoon's large chocolate suede bag, pounds 60, and Oasis' Detective large slouch
bag, pounds 25, are perfectly suited to tall women with the height to carry them off, while River Island's pink metallic bag, pounds 29.
Clifford (Chris Makepeace) is the new kid in school: smart, funny, and slight enough to make the perfect target for bullies like Moody (Matt Dillon), who slouch
in the back row of class and extort lunch money from smaller prey.