It is important to keep any space you’re around clean because it can help out with preventing illnesses. I unfortunately live with someone who doesn’t know a thing or two about throwing away garbage. She leaves piles and piles of trash in the fridge or even in the room we share in the dorms on campus. She keeps apparently getting sick but she lives in a pig style life style. It’s important to keep your hygiene as a priority and your space around you because you can’t just think about yourself it impacts those around you. Picking up after yourself is important as well because you prevent injuries, cross contamination, or other negative things than can possibly occur. My roommate also leaves her air and trash inside the bathroom and it’s disgusting to look at because she doesn’t clean up after herself. You literally have to jam it into her brain in order for something to happen. I know this was a shorter blog but just make sure yourself and your surroundings are clean because it does impact yourself and others around you
Each one of your meals should include a protein source, a fat source and low-carb vegetables.
Constructing your meals in this way will automatically bring your carb intake into the range of 20–50 grams per day.
- Meat: Beef, chicken, pork, lamb, etc.
- Fish and Seafood: Salmon, trout, shrimp, etc.
- Eggs: Whole eggs with the yolk are best.
The importance of eating plenty of protein cannot be overstated.
This has been shown to boost metabolism by 80 to 100 calories per day.
High-protein diets can also reduce cravings and obsessive thoughts about food by 60%, reduce the desire for late-night snacking by half, and make you so full that you automatically eat 441 fewer calories per day just by adding protein to your diet .
When it comes to losing weight, protein is the best option.
- Brussels sprouts
- Swiss chard
Don’t be afraid to load your plate with these low-carb vegetables. You can eat massive amounts of them without going over 20–50 net carbs per day.
A diet based mostly on meat and vegetables contains all the fiber, vitamins and minerals you need to be healthy.
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
- Avocado oil
Eat 2–3 meals per day. If you find yourself hungry in the afternoon, add a 4th meal.
Don’t be afraid of eating fat, as trying to do both low-carb AND low-fat at the same time is a recipe for failure. It will make you feel miserable and abandon the plan.
So I was able to transform into a dragon there was this guy trying to hunt me down but never knew what my human state looked like. So I was grocery shopping with you one day and there was a robbery I literally picked my boyfriend up and flew him out of there because I wanted to protect my boyfriend. Then I went back to make sure everything was okay once I got you out of there and he was safe. This random dude comes over to me in my human form I’m out of my dragon form and tried to accuse me of drinking although I was sober af and I’m over here like wtf? He was a cop too so I was like okay go ahead and accuse me and test me cause I’ll pass with flying colors. So he tests me and I pass and he lets me go I’m like dude I could’ve been saving these people and yet you’re over here wasting my time laughs at me and asks me how can you possibly save them. I told him watch. As I’m running into the store I transform into my dragon state and I smacked the officer with my tail. Unfortunately this is the time I woke up so that’s where it ended 🙂 hope you guys enjoyed this dream of mine!
Some of you guys may know about some of my mental health problems I’ve had in my past, but for those who don’t I would love to be open about it. I suffered peripartum and postpartum depression. For those who aren’t familiar with those two terms peripartum is developed during pregnancy and postpartum is depression that follows afterwards. Another thing I didn’t really realize I had till later on in life was post traumatic stress disorder, also known as, PTSD. I had develop these things all after a traumatic event that really changed my life for ever. I have written a blog about this event previously so I do encourage if you do want to know what had happened to read it. I want people to know that mental health is no joke. Sometimes I find myself steal dealing with a little bit of PTSD, but it does get easier because I have the support system out there. I know it’s something that’s hard for a lot of people to talk about or be open to vulnerability, but just know you’re not alone. There are so many strong people battling mental health every single day. Keep your head strong and keep fighting.
I am sick with a cold and really bad congestion. I won’t be able to give my best efforts for a post. I hope everyone understands
I used to Play soccer a few years back which in a way I felt like this dream I had was a memory of the good times of soccer.
One day I had a soccer game. I was playing for my former coach Diego at this time and my family and I decided to take a detour to get gummies. We all grabbed two bags of gummies each because we all for some odd reason was craving gummies. We were running late for my soccer game. We barely make it in time and it was a hot mess. The team we played consisted of all Asians which was really random in my opinion. They would complain about every single thing during the entire game. The referees we had were wearing tuxedos which was really irrelevant because you’re not supposed to wear that. So these Asians were literally playing super dirty and purposely falling and getting called in their favor every single time. Some how I scored which changed the game because the other team decided to argue if it was a legit goal or not although it clearly hit the back of the net. That’s the end of my dream. It was very odd and random but made me miss playing soccer when I woke up.
Be concrete and specific: Get in touch with your
Be Precise-Use details and examples to avoid ambiguity (“things” and “stuff”)
Use qualifying language to avoid generalizations: avoiding
“never” and “always”
“He’s hilarious.” (vague and generalized)
“Tom’s jokes are hilarious.” (better)
“When Tom told the joke about the watermelon, everyone laughed.” (even better)
▣Adapt language to your listeners (Who): Try to avoid jargon and slang the other person may not understand or may misinterpret ▣
Demonstrate linguistic sensitivity (Be respectful/polite, not sexist, racist, offensive, etc.) ▣
Use “I” statement: Avoid “you” statements. Improve your emotional vocabulary: Clearly articulate your “6th sense”
Improve Message Semantics: Be CONCRETE AND SPECIFIC ○Use concrete and precise language with details and examples to improve specificity. ◦Be CONCRETE: words that describe something that can be sensed ◦Name your senses. What is the 6th sense? ◦Be PRECISE: Specific descriptive details ○AVOID AMBIGUITY (imprecise): words such as “things”