I went to elementary school. I went to middle school, which was a fucking nightmare (please excuse the F-word, but I mean it so strongly that there’s no justification in censorship). I went to high school, which was much better than the abominable years of dealing with stupid-ass teenagers. I had a few jobs–some were magnificent, others … More Eighteen Health and Fitness Tips for University Students
To be quite honest, I absolutely despise writing to my future self or my past self. The reason doesn’t necessarily confer about the fact that it’s cliche, but that everything happens for a reason. Every struggle and amount of suffering I endure serves as a learning curve, or possibly a funny story to further add … More Diet and Exercise Advice to My Past Self
Dogmatism in the vegan movement often serves as an incredibly off-putting quality for non-vegans and even fellow vegans who may struggle with the lifestyle. Oftentimes, some vegans are seen as hostile, preachy, granola, entitled, and even privileged. That being said, many vegans still abide by overbearingly strict policies to try to match the vegan definition … More Admitting Imperfections as a Vegan
One week of being a junior in university has passed? ALREADY? Seriously, time dashes by during the most instantaneous jiffies. There are moments where the clock seems to be soundly asleep, other days operating on over 400 mg of caffeine, and some incidents where it even runs backwards (though that might only exist in Alice … More Majoring in Food Science: Pros and Cons
By milestone, my fastest-growing blog post is my recap of the 20,000-daily step experiment. Even though there’s not too many comments on the page, it receives the most views on the daily and is crawling up the totem pole to become one of the three most-viewed posts on my site. What’s also been received on … More Follow-Up on +20K for a Week: Did I Lose Weight? How Can You Do It? Do I Still Walk 20,000 Steps a Day?
As you can tell from the title…life has taken a turn in many ways. I’m officially back at university as a junior. Classes have commenced. I bang in +20,000 steps a day, a killer workout five to six times a week. But my DIET. Uh… …okay, to say that I eat like “crap” is … More College Life and Eating Like Crap: A Talk
Most people know of intuition as the subconsciously irrational area of our brain that enables us to defy all aspects of logic. Intuition, in other words, may be portrayed as the aspect of our brain that is closest to the heart, or sometimes it is the heart itself. This part of our character is incredibly … More Listening to Your Intuition