Enrolling in college classes for the first time can be a really exciting time. For many first time students, it means you’re moving out to live on your own for the first time. There are a lot of things you prepare yourself for when you get ready for the start of your first semester of college. You stock your pantry with ramen and cereal, you order all of your textbooks, and contact your new roommates. A lot of preparation goes into starting school. But, like with anything in life, there are always a few things you forget to plan for.
Weight loss in college, especially in the first year, is really common. There is definitely some truth behind “the freshman fifteen”. There are a few different factors that contribute to this weight loss, but the most important one is the quality of your diet. You’ve probably spent your entire life living at home, where your parents cooked you balanced meals and made sure you drank enough water. This is something you take for granted until you move out and find yourself living off of Little Caesar five dollar pizza and fruit loops. Eating this sort of thing really starts to take a toll on your body after a few weeks. You can eat junk a few times and not have it affect your weight, but if you substitute all of your real vegetables for veggie straws, you’ll begin to see the effect it has on your body. Read More
When you choose Vietnamese food you are onto a winner. With the flavour combination and the satisfaction quota up high, Vietnamese food is the perfect choice for a dinner, lunch, or quick snack. There are many restaurants and takeaways in the UK now offering Vietnamese food. But what do you choose? Here are some classic dishes that are usually available here, and some more unusual ones that you can seek out – or make yourself!
1. Pho Noodle Soup
It is a broth, made from chicken or beef stock, with chicken or beef added to the mix along with rice noodles, herbs, and some added extras. It is the ideal lunch dish or you can add ingredients to make it a substantial dinner. Read More
Ask anybody in the world if they would like to have better memory, the answer will always be yes! It cuts across the divide. The desire for better memory is universal. I started having the need for better memory when I was taking my masters exams. The thing about my course is that I am required to do a lot of cramming which is not only memory intensive, but it milks the brain dry.
How do I know if I need to improve my memory?
Have you ever bashed yourself for failing to remember something? Someone name or number, your credit card number, social security, etc. or the one time your hungrily stared at your boss’ wife simply because you forgot she is married to your source of livelihood? Read More