Not bloody cardio that's for sure. Strength training, I hardly use weights atm because I'm just doing bodyweight stuff mainly, and I've only been doing it for a few weeks now but I already feel the benefit, and I can get a better workout in a shorter time too.
At first Mr Octo wanted to wait until she was born to choose a name that 'suited' her until I pointed out that by that logic all babies would be called 'Winston' or 'Gollum'
I just had a list of names that I liked, and then I got him to give each one a mark out of 10, IIRC he gave Freya an 8 and by then I'd already decided that was my favourite. He chose her middle name though.
Also, she's very cute, and baby's freak me out most of the time (they look like wee aliens, dammit!) so take solace in the knowledge that I'm not just being nice and saying that
.....ok, because I like you Shad I'm gonna let that one slide
TBH its 500 years since I saw the 1977 version, so for all I know it could be great buuuuuutttt I like the aesthetic that the Jackson films have - inspired by Alan Lee's artwork and all the great stuff Weta workshop have come up with.
Don't get me wrong, the Hobbit movies have many flaws (especially compared with LOTR) - that fucking barrel scene was too long (and if that bit gets longer in the extended edition I'm going to facepalm so hard I'll turn inside out) it sometimes can't make its mind up if it's a kids film or something more serious and I'm still having trouble with asbestos wheelbarrows....
hmm well, would I still have all my old memories? Cos otherwise it's kind of pointless.
I wouldn't mind being a Moomin, or a Hobbit. I'm halfway there body-wise, and they live in such an idyllic setting.
But that could get boring after a while. Maybe an inhabitant of Fantasia/Fantastica (Neverending Story) because that place is created by the human imagination, pretty much everything is contained there, and if we take that to its logical conclusion, all the cool stuff I've ever liked exists there also.
I'd have to get a Luck Dragon though, because getting around in an infinite landscape is a pain in the arse