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Le 15 May 2017, 09:40 dans Humeurs 0

“It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for, and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart’s longing. It doesn’t interest me how old you are. I want to know if you will risk looking like a fool for love, for your dream, for the adventure of being alive”. - Oriah Mountain Dreamer


There have been many times in my life where I have been stuck and not known what to do next. I have agonised over what I should do or not do and whether I was making the right choices.


This state of not knowing what to do next applies to all of us, at any age and at different stages of our lives. Whether we are heading off to university, graduating, choosing our career path, recovering from heart break, being made redundant, or entering into retirement, we all have a point in our lives where we don’t know what to do next.


The answers or solutions we seek vary according to where we are at in our lives. A young graduate will  focus on answering this question in relation to their future and choosing the right career. A person entering into retirement will ask the question in the hope of solving the issue of doing something that has value in their life and a young mother recently divorced will be asking this question in the hope that she can find an answer that will enable her to survive another day.


Personally, I have discovered that following 5 steps will help you to find out what to do next in your life.


1. Put Your Running Shoes On and Clear Your Mind

“Not knowing what you want is a lot better than knowing exactly what you want but not being able to get it, at least you have hope.” - Unknown


At one time in my life, that was very challenging and emotional,  all I could do was think about what I needed to do to get to the next day. There were no thoughts of what I wanted to do in the future nor were there any thoughts of how I wanted my life to be. It was just a matter of surviving from one day to the next.


If you are in this situation don’t panic, just focus on what you need to do to get through the day. For me, during this challenging time, exercise was the solution to helping me get through my day. Every morning my alarm would go off at 6am. I would have my running gear ready by the bed, I would get dressed, walk out the door and start running for 45 minutes. I would come back from my run, have a shower and my protein shake, then wait for the kids to wake up and my day would begin.

Is Your Scale Lying to You?

Le 5 May 2017, 05:27 dans Humeurs 0

1. Salt Overload and Water Retention

Eating salty foods causes your body to 1) dr bk laser crave liquids and 2) retain water. This water retention can add up to numerous pounds over the course of a couple of days.


2. You Haven’t Pooped

In all seriousness, if you are constipated or haven’t pooped in a day or more, the weight adds up. Although this may vary by person, you dr bk laser should aim to go at least one time a day, although it is ideal to go once per meal (three times a day). Eat lots of fiber to keep things moving.

3. PMS/Menstrual Cycle

For all of those women out there, PMS can cause your body to retain sodium and water (Kathy Egan, R.D.). To avoid this, eat potassium-rich vegetables and fruit(E.g., asparagus, bananas, strawberries and melon). Potassium can help balance sodium levels in your bloodstream and allows your system to flush out excess fluid, reducing bloat.


4. Delayed Reaction

Weight gain is not attributed to the weight of your food, it is attributed to the calories you consume. So, if a couple of days ago you dr bk laser had a bit extra, you might see a slight delay on the scale. The calories have to be digested and absorbed to actually gain the weight. Depending on the type of food you ate, it could take more or less time to finally show up on the scale.


Le 19 April 2017, 05:39 dans Humeurs 0

As I have said, the task I had set myself was not an easy one. First of all, I should have to leap several feet to a ledge, which was by no means wide, and then I should have to grasp the pipe, as well as some ivy which had climbed up by its side. If I failed to reach the ledge I should fall, I knew not how far; or if the pipe yielded to my weight, the same thing would happen. But I did not hesitate. My blood was hot, and the[Pg 83] spirit of adventure overmastered me. Besides—and I must confess it if I will tell my story truly—in spite of my hatred of women, I felt a great desire to see the maid I had promised to take to Treviscoe. I recked not of consequences—nay, I had a sort of pleasure in dangerous deeds.


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