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Entitled Man

We had to pick a book in NeuroAnatomy for a series of assignments, and we all had to have different ones.

The prof. started the list around (with my row) and some guy in the back felt like he had the right to jump the line. Even though every single person in that class hoped for a specific book, the dude in the back row felt entitled to stand up, look for the sign up sheet, grab said sheet right…

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Eff It or F Grade

Eff It or F Grade

I have to say eff it to this project or to studying.  And whichever I eff will receive an F (or at least not the A I want).  Ideally, I’d like an A in both, but it seems I’m running out of time.  They are both due Monday (5 days away).  And I lose 2.5 of those days to work.

I know my instructors have good intentions.

But assigning these shirts and swim caps with anatomy structures to be designed…

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Sunday: Redemption DAVE

See what I did there?

SUNDAY:

First thing in the morning I went for my run down River Road.  I however, did not repeat Saturday’s mistake.  I started my mile going up hill so that I could finish on a downhill and things worked out much better!  Also, it was beautiful running near a (un-poisoned) river, surrounded by forest and orchards.  Central Washington is very beautiful.  Too bad there’s no…

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Reblogged from madsweat
madsweat:

Focus on challenging yourself, not others. #fitness #fitblr #fitspo #FitFluential #nasm #scottsdale #scottsdalefitness #scottsdalepersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #Personaltrainers #personaltraining #motivation #madsweat

madsweat:

Focus on challenging yourself, not others. #fitness #fitblr #fitspo #FitFluential #nasm #scottsdale #scottsdalefitness #scottsdalepersonaltrainer #personaltrainer #Personaltrainers #personaltraining #motivation #madsweat

Reblogged from foodnetwork
foodnetwork:

Recipe of the Day: Better-for-You Banana Cream Pie With smart substitutions that don’t sacrifice flavor, you won’t even know this dessert is a lightened-up classic.

foodnetwork:

Recipe of the Day: Better-for-You Banana Cream Pie

With smart substitutions that don’t sacrifice flavor, you won’t even know this dessert is a lightened-up classic.

Reblogged from kyoiku
adamlatrine:

Productivity apps!!
I’m more of a pen and paper kind of girl myself, but I always have my phone with me, and these apps help me stay focused and organized.
1. Google Docs. Everybody knows what this is. The app has a really clean and user friendly interface and let’s you edit all your documents from your phone, as well as print or share.
2. Google Drive. This goes hand in hand with the first app, although is definitely less useful, in my opinion. You can view folders, but you can only look at or edit documents with Google Doc. Still, i find that it’s very organized, and again, clean and simple to use.
3. Wikipanion. Bla, bla, bla, don’t use Wikipedia, whatever. I personally like to use this app to introduce myself to something I’m unfamiliar with, whether that be a person I’m studying or a concept. It mostly helps me set up an outline for my rough draft notes so I have an idea of where to focus my studying on this specific person or concept.
4. Notes. Just the notepad that comes with iPhones or IPods, again very simple, but super helpful in keeping track of to-do’s or plans without having to pull out the planner.
5. Duolingo. LOVE this and you’ve undoubtedly heard of it. I’m using it to keep my German skills sharp. Paired with real-world note taking, this has to be the best way to learn a language, for free. 
6. SAM. SAM is an app that helps you take notice of and clear away symptoms of anxiety. Sometimes in class or when I’m heading to work, I get hit with strong physical pains, a symptom of my anxiety. Using any of the tools on SAM helps me placate these symptoms and move forward. There are exercises on how to relax your mind and body, motivational cues, all kinds of helpful stuff.
7. Calm. I also use calm for my anxiety, or to help me sleep. It’s very simple: a calming image paired with a gentle voice (think yoga CD) and soothing nature sounds. Good for those quick moments when you wish you could meditate, or for trying to calm down enough to take a short nap.
8. Wunderlist. I have a physical planner where I write my To-Do lists and responsibilities, but I find that it’s easy enough to ignore that little line that says “vacuum” or “organize notes” when just listed under bigger, more important things. Like I keep saying, most of us are always with our phones, and with Wunderlist, you can organize ALL of your tasks by category (mine are Family, Work, and School), set a date and time, and you will get a friendly reminder telling you to actually get it done. It’s basically a planner mixed with a nagging mom, which, ngl, can be helpful.
So that’s that! I also recommend you download the app for your personal bank. I know that has nothing to do with productivity (that’s why mine isn;t in this folder), but it’s SO quick and easy to check your accounts and keep an eye on your spending without downloading one of those apps that require entering all your bank information, something I’m very hesitant to do.

adamlatrine:

Productivity apps!!

I’m more of a pen and paper kind of girl myself, but I always have my phone with me, and these apps help me stay focused and organized.

1. Google Docs. Everybody knows what this is. The app has a really clean and user friendly interface and let’s you edit all your documents from your phone, as well as print or share.

2. Google Drive. This goes hand in hand with the first app, although is definitely less useful, in my opinion. You can view folders, but you can only look at or edit documents with Google Doc. Still, i find that it’s very organized, and again, clean and simple to use.

3. Wikipanion. Bla, bla, bla, don’t use Wikipedia, whatever. I personally like to use this app to introduce myself to something I’m unfamiliar with, whether that be a person I’m studying or a concept. It mostly helps me set up an outline for my rough draft notes so I have an idea of where to focus my studying on this specific person or concept.

4. Notes. Just the notepad that comes with iPhones or IPods, again very simple, but super helpful in keeping track of to-do’s or plans without having to pull out the planner.

5. Duolingo. LOVE this and you’ve undoubtedly heard of it. I’m using it to keep my German skills sharp. Paired with real-world note taking, this has to be the best way to learn a language, for free. 

6. SAM. SAM is an app that helps you take notice of and clear away symptoms of anxiety. Sometimes in class or when I’m heading to work, I get hit with strong physical pains, a symptom of my anxiety. Using any of the tools on SAM helps me placate these symptoms and move forward. There are exercises on how to relax your mind and body, motivational cues, all kinds of helpful stuff.

7. Calm. I also use calm for my anxiety, or to help me sleep. It’s very simple: a calming image paired with a gentle voice (think yoga CD) and soothing nature sounds. Good for those quick moments when you wish you could meditate, or for trying to calm down enough to take a short nap.

8. Wunderlist. I have a physical planner where I write my To-Do lists and responsibilities, but I find that it’s easy enough to ignore that little line that says “vacuum” or “organize notes” when just listed under bigger, more important things. Like I keep saying, most of us are always with our phones, and with Wunderlist, you can organize ALL of your tasks by category (mine are Family, Work, and School), set a date and time, and you will get a friendly reminder telling you to actually get it done. It’s basically a planner mixed with a nagging mom, which, ngl, can be helpful.

So that’s that! I also recommend you download the app for your personal bank. I know that has nothing to do with productivity (that’s why mine isn;t in this folder), but it’s SO quick and easy to check your accounts and keep an eye on your spending without downloading one of those apps that require entering all your bank information, something I’m very hesitant to do.

(Source: kyoiku, via studying-hard)

Reblogged from pbsthisdayinhistory

pbsthisdayinhistory:

Sept. 12, 1992: Dr. Mae Jemison Becomes First African American Woman in Space

On this day in 1992, Dr. Mae Jemison became the first African American woman to travel through space. She served as Mission Specialist aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-47.

WTCI’s Alison Lebovitz discusses the legacy of the first woman of color to travel beyond the stratosphere on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz.” Watch the interview here.

Photos: NASA

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Reblogged from uncbears

uncbears:

Want to Start Running?

Here are some great tips from UNC’s Campus Recreation Center (CRC) on how to get started. They include tips like how to warm up, picking up the pace and stretching. 

Interested in what else the CRC has to offer? Check this out.