May 11, 2010  •  In Art/Design, Food, Geek, Information, Personal

Nutrition Facts, Redesigned

While I am a foodie, I’m not the healthiest person in the world when it comes to eating.

Alright, I eat like crap. (Don’t worry, I’ve gotten a lot better since I got pregnant.)

So it should come to no surprise that I hardly ever pay attention to nutrition facts labels. Ingredients. Vitamins/minerals. Measurements. Percentages. Yawn.

Maybe if it were prettier…

Oh, wait.

How GORGEOUS are the re-designed nutritional facts on this milk carton?

While it is only a concept, I would buy this carton of milk (even if it cost a bit more) and enjoy ogling it — not just to learn exactly what goes into my body, but to admire its lovely, educational design.

Via FlowingData.

P.S. — I am slightly burned, but only on one side of my body (where the sun was at its strongest). Will I end up with an uneven tan? Is there anything I can do?

P.P.S. — After spending some time in HOT weather, I’m thinking of cutting my hair to a shoulder-length, wavy bob. J says that he prefers long hair on me, but that it’s ultimately up to me. What do you think? Should I go for it and chop off 5 inches?

5 Responses to “Nutrition Facts, Redesigned”

  1. Oh noooooo!

    Did you read the girlfriends guide to pregnancy? She says that pregnant women almost always want to chop off their hair but they shouldn’t. She said that it’s not a good time for hair-cutting-off thoughts and you might regret it :-o

    I think your hair is gorgeous and you could pull off either look, I just think you should really think about it first!

  2. Geek in Heels:

    @Debt Free Girl — I did read that book, but I had completely forgotten about that part! Thanks for the reminder….no drastic changes during pregnancy!

  3. I’ve wanted to cut mine for a while too, but decided against it, only because if I don’t feel like styling it, I can throw it back into a ponytail. It’s your choice, though!

    And I would totally buy that milk carton, too. I’m a big cereal box reader too, if it’s pleasing to the eye.

  4. I get that urge to chop my hair off and go for something totally different but always resist. My long hair is like my security blanket – I swear I think I can hide cleavage under it and on days where I feel like crap, somehow when my hair is done I feel prettier.

    That being said, I do think you’d look cute with it. Maybe a post prego chop?

  5. just keep it long enough to pull back in a ponytail. little fingers like to grab and pull sooner and harder than you’d think

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