In most Chinese learning books and courses, there is usually a chapter about ordering food at a restaurant or grocery shopping, but do these ever actually stick? The best way to learn a new language is to get your hands dirty and do some immersion. Have you ever attempted to cook while following a recipe in your target language?Today we’re going to go over some of the basics of how to get started in the kitchen with cooking immersion.
I tried to restrict calories but I'm too weak to eat clean for more than 2 days. I hate myself every time for giving in to food but it keeps happening. Any tips?
Keep yourself as busy as possible. If your busy enough, your mind won’t be anywhere near any food. Make a food schedule and look at it throughout the day. I tend to find sticking to appointed meal times easier if I have it written down somewhere, I think it might help you as well. Stare at yourself in the mirror, and voice out everything you want to change about your body. If you hate your thighs, say it. Maybe saying it out loud will remind you what you’re working towards; perfection.
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