I don’t understand how is it that cyclists, joggers, and runners are exercising in the middle of so much filth. It cannot be healthy to be breathing that air, seeing that kind of trash, rats, and feces of the homeless people.
I would definitely NOT ride my bike in any place like that ever. We shouldn’t get used to practicing our favorite exercise in the middle of that kind of environment.
When we practice a sport, we have to take care of our physiological, anatomical, and mental functions. We need to take care of our well-being. And we shouldn’t get used to seeing people living in squalor, becoming desensitized.
- 1 tsp Garlic powder
- 1 tsp Herbs, mixed
- 2 Eggs
- 1 tbsp Mustard powder
- 250 g Macaroni, very small
- 1/2 tsp Cayenne pepper
- 230 g Plain flour
- 1 Salt and freshly ground black pepper
- 1 Vegetable oil
- 200 g breadcrumbs
- 30 g Butter, unsalted
- 50 g Mature cheddar cheese, grated
- 200 g Mozzarella cheese, grated
- 50 g Parmesan cheese, grated
- 16 slices Provolone
- 400 ml 1 or 2% milk
The human body never ceases to amaze me. The more I learn, the more I wonder, the more questions have to be asked and more research to do. I just adore the human body: its physiology, chemistry, pharmacodynamics, anatomy, biology.
Studying medicine is never-ending and has always been an honor and a scientific privilege from which I am deeply humbled.
The area of our brain that deals with the anticipation of gratifications (laziness is part of it) is very large. Therefore identify how much the effort will be worth based on the gratification we imagine we will get before moving to overcome your laziness.
If you understand the prize, your motivation will increase. How to do:
1) Expect to win the battle against your will to do nothing a priori.
2) Break up the difficult objective into many easy micro-objectives.
3) Focus on the benefits that the action you need to take will bring you.
4) Anticipate the benefits that would bring you to reach the goal. Write these things down on a piece of paper and put it next to your bed. Read the list every night and reread it again before getting up in the morning.
5) Create obstacles that prevent you from doing the wrong things
6) Mentally visualize yourself behaving just the way you would like them to act.
UPDATE: JACKIE covered in snow! Click on the LIVE CAM below.
She will be ok though. The moderators say that bald eagles are built to stand this kind of climate and still keep the eggs pretty warm and with no hatching complications. Stay tuned! HATCHING is expected next March 15th, next Monday!
Everything goes on Sunday presents you these two wonderful endangered bird species that have been nesting 2 eggs for the last 30 days, and they are only 8 days from hatching.
This is a LIVE CAM that focusses on the Bald Eagle couple and their nest with eggs. Day and night, Jackie and Shadow, female and male eagles respectively, sit on the eggs in the nest that they built on a branch of a pine tree , 144 feet high!
When I look at the nest I ask myself: how did they do it? Such a resistant nest resting on branches of a tree, and so high? It is a work of art, wisdom and bravery. I am sure you can add more in the comment section.
They are so loving to each other, to their habitat, to their soon to hatch eggs…it is wonderful to watch them live!
Shadow delivers a delicious fish to Jackie everyday… Yummy!
“Even bullets fear the brave” —This is a perfect saying to define what this 4 year old girl Mia, from Queensland Australia, who is a quadruple amputee, is doing already with her precious life.
The courage and fortitude she has is an example of bravery, valor and love to live. Her fearlessness should be an example for all of us. Given a chance, children are the most amazing creatures on the planet.
I Just Came To “Say”: I Love You!
My Best friend is so comfortable!
Not quite a fight, but definitely cat telling dog who is the boss in the household, then the dog finally submits to the cat and he is rewarded with a feline licking.
Traveling with Husky dogs and a Siamese cat with blue eyes.
Just playing with my best friend!