Thursday lunch is a bowl full of goodies! Roast sweet potato chips, roast brocolli, zuchinni noodles, green beans, tuna and avocado! Taught 2 classes at southport sharks gym and one at world gym this morning, trained my mum and tested out another recipe for the ebook! Coming soon!!! I’m off to go get a massage in an hour… And I don’t mean a relaxing one, I mean a more painful one using pressure points and other techniques to reduce muscle tension, promote flexibility and prevent injury! Wish me luck! 😂😂😂 hope you’re all having a great day x
Osteressen, irgendwo in Baden-Württemberg - Easter Feast with cauliflower, carrots, bacon-wrapped green beans, broccoli, spaetzle (= Swabian noodles), potato dumplings, brown sauce, and stuffed meat in phyllo dough.
I’ve gotten a few asks about what good studying habits are, what are good schedules to have, etc. And I wanted to make an all in one guide that might be helpful to you guys! This is especially relevant if you’re living on campus.
Don’t take 3 hour classes, especially if you have problems sitting still for that long.
If you eat alone that’s okay because everyone’s too stressed/tired to notice.
Textbooks are almost always cheaper on Amazon, but you can pay with your student account in the bookstore (good if you have trust funds or scholarships). Pick your poison.
Most times freshmen have to live on campus, but I would recommend an apartment. It’s almost always cheaper.
If it’s possibile, audio record your classes. ESPECIALLY LECTURES.
Take notes. Don’t worry if they’re sloppy or partially illegible. It’s a GREAT study method to rewrite your notes all fancy-like after class. You get sharable notes out of it, plus the ability to explain the content in your own words.
Take all of your classes in one time block. No one wants to get out of bed 4 hours after a class to go back to another class.
Try not to take evening classes. Especially if you’re in a residence hall. It’ll free up your afternoon for other things.
Try to set a 8-3 schedule. You get to sleep in later than you did in high school, and you’ll be done around the same time.
Get to know the people on your floor. This will come in handy when you need cheap textbooks. Trust me.
Most universities track your browser history (with programs, don’t worry, there isn’t a person sitting around just waiting for you to visit a porn site). BUT you will probably be flagged for using pirating sites. Get smart about proxies or don’t use them at all.
Do you only have 1 umbrella? Get another umbrella.
Don’t get addicted to something stupid like drugs or cigarettes, you’re too poor.
Put things like hotdogs and green beans in your ramen noodles for a square meal.
Find roommates with the same/similar major so you can cry study together.
If you’re having problems sleeping in a new environment, Benadryl. You can buy generic on amazon for real cheap. It’ll put you to sleep. Use responsibly or I’ll come fight you myself.
AMAZON PRIME FOR STUDENTS.
For the love of god be nice to each other we’re all dead inside.
Other ingredients: Soba noodles, green beans, other mixed green veggies if you wish, mushrooms, cooking oils, pickled ginger and sesame seeds to garnish
Method: Cook some green beans in sesame oil, garlic and a little soy sauce until they’re coated in the sauce and it becomes a little sticky but the beans are still crunchy. Dice some mushroom caps and cook in a small amount of coconut oil and garlic.
Once soba noodles are cooked, drain and run cold water over them. Toss the dressing together with the noodles in a bowl then add your veggies on top and garnish with sesame seeds and pickled ginger.