I'm just glad I finally found something to study that I feel I really have an interest in. And it sure is nice with a big break from working full time.
Not to say that it's not important to learn about 2 world war, but maybe we should focus on other, more important things. Ridiculous is the word!
Ah. My friend Eli is in Thailand right now. You should read that book fruit hunters before you go! I think it's what I'm reading next (after the exam, that is). I've always wanted to go to south america.
Yeah, it's getting pretty cold here. Minus degrees. It's all white and pretty frost in the garden. I'm just waiting for the snow now.
I do still have to go out of the house, yes :D I do go for walks, but no high intensity outdoors. There are a lot of athletes (cross country skiers, for instance) that develop asthma due to breathin in too much cold air through the mouth (less effective than the nose for warming up the air). My take on it is pretty much that we are not supposed to live this far north, so I just keep that in mind.
Good luck! And let me know how it goes on saturday :)
Yeah, smoothies are good for when I have to focus my time on other things :) I'm sooo in to oranges right now, but clementines aren't that bad either!
The anatomy an physiology is a part of my education to be a nutritionist. An it's pretty interesting as well. In fact, it's pretty fascinating that I've used years to learn about 2 world war in school, but was never really anywhere near learning about how the body functions.
I miss travelling. Where do you plan to go next time?
Running in the cold an wet sounds...hardcore! :D I'm mostly training indoors now, as the cold air here damages my lungs. Good to hear that you are doing progress.
I totally stopped coming to gi2mr for a long while. I got so fed up with peoples confusion "is it healthy to eat an apple a day", "look at the smoothie I created, with tons of coconut oil" ect ect. Felt like a waste of time and energy to be there.
I'm on a smoothie kick lately. Reading for my exam in anatomy and physiology.