came to a little by of a breakthrough when it comes to studying when I'm sad/upset/anxious or even generally just bad at concentrating (which is a lot these days; my theory is that so much energy is going into surviving that my brain doesn't have much energy leftover to use on concentration) - I feel a lot better and can pay attention a lot more when I have something to fiddle with in my hands. I was using my lighter at first which isn't the safest idea lol so now I'm using a tiny container whose lid I can pop on and off. And I can engage and concentrate on my notes more if I'm using my hands to annotate on them, even if it's obvious things that I already know: it also helps reinforce what I'm studying. Hope I can keep it up
HAPPINESS IS... END OF EXAMS👣 Today is my last exam, Human Anatomy & Physiology💃 I cannot believe that by 2pm today, first year of Dietetics will be over🤔 Where has the time gone? It's amazing how fast your time in University goes by🙌 But I am 100% ready for the summer break🌞 Feeling exhausted & just need to shut down for a bit😴 Let's do this📚 BREAKFAST ➡️ Rye bread with peanut butter, bananas, strawberries and grapes🤤 Getting this brain ready for that exam📚 HAVE A GREAT DAY❤️ #thulaskitchen#rd2be#nutritionstudent
This litterally tastes like a Donut🍩 Only half the cals and slightly more protein 😂 Gotta keep some cravings at bay 164 cals P-20g C- 2g F-5g Very macro friendly! Not as good as a @questnutrition bar but did the trick 👌🏼 • When dieting you have to start thinking smart to ensure you stay on track, get enough protein &Still enjoy your food. It's all about consistency over perfection✨
Little reminder to everyone 🐻 cause selflove is so important 💕 If you are not happy with your body, mind, job, relationships or whatever, you have the option to change something every single day! You just have to start, mostly the first steps are the hardest 👣 - I know, but it’s worth it - trust me ⚡️#loveyourself
2 years ago I decided to focus on getting strong, not skinny. I had struggled with an eating disorder most of my life prior to this point. I was stuck in what felt like an endless cycle of restricting and binging. I was so sick of it that I finally decided to try something new. I started lifting weights over doing cardio. I started to view food as necessary fuel for my body instead of a reward. I allowed myself to eat when hungry and stopped punishing myself for “getting off track.” 2 years later, I weigh the same amount I did when I started. I didn’t get bulky, but my body composition had changed for the better. I’ve gained strength, confidence, as well as love and appreciation for my body. It’s not perfect and it’s something I’m still working on. There are days when I feel unhappy with certain areas of my body or disappointment that I ate too many sweets. I’m working on accepting those feelings and moving on. Making a mindset change is hard, but so worth it!
I noticed last night a new Snapchat feature. You could change the bitmoji appearing in the images! Such a random thing gave me such powerful insight. I send my boyfriend lovey bitmojis all the time. Yet when it switched to “me” I was like I would never send that to myself. It was oddly empowering seeing my bitmoji telling me that I love her. Sometimes we really do need to remember to treat ourselves like a loved one!! Let me love me. I definitely feel more so like image 1 vs image 2 some days... gotta keep the self love game strong❣️😜