I felt great during my workout today. And I felt so good afterward that I tried to do TurboFire (I used to do it all the time) HIIT 15…I got through about 5 minutes of it. Totally forgot how intense it is. But nonetheless I feel awesome today. 7 pounds down as of this morning :)
10.6.16| Today I had to skip half my classes. My body has been so out of whack, for the last week I’ve been nodding off in every class. It’s so frustrating, trying to focus but I’m the verge of passing out everywhere I go. So I came home, tidied up the house, filled out half of this week in my bullet journal, and passed out for a 2-3 hour nap. It was so needed.
Normally I’d keep pushing it. I’ve pushed the last 3 years of my college career, but honestly I’m only human. If my body is acting this way why push it and cry and stress out to the point of a mental breakdown? Why risk getting sick? It bothers me that there’s no room in the syllabus for human falters. Listen to your body. Your health is worth more than tuition all together, your body is your home.
Still got some study guides for statistics done, studied for my social theory test tomorrow, and finished a chapter for my Culture and Personality class. Small steps.
A little, vegan, homemade, healthy and delicious dessert in a cup.
Made with two bananas in a blender with some vegan chocolate🍫🍌
Topped with grapefruits, wholegrain flakes, extra chocolate and pine nuts!
Soy milk; am I gonna die.
I’ve read a lot of articles with accompanying citations and the evidence for the health benefits/detriments seems ridiculously difficult to ascertain, with studies being funded by the soy milk industry and all.
I’ve been drinking it for a while, and now I’m kind of worried? I don’t think anyone wants breast cancer.
Anyone have any advice? Should I cut it out completely or….?