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T25: The First Stretch

This will end my daily posts. I’ll stick with weekly, maybe more if something interesting comes up.

Today was my first stretch day for T25. It was a lot more work than I was expecting, but he wasn’t kidding when he said I would feel GREAT afterward. 230 more words

Weight Loss


They loved with the urgency of the dying even though they were in the summer of their youth. Every day was a new journey, every afternoon post-school a chance for a new discovery. 443 more words

Inked Thoughts

How I Motivate Myself to Study

As you can tell by the title, I decided to write a post on what motivates me to study. I’m currently taking Social 30-1 over correspondence, which means I do booklets and essays and then hand them in for feedback. 638 more words

How To Stay Motivated When Studying

John Stuart Mill on Living Well

I’m getting a lot out of Mill’s autobiography. From the end of chapter 3, wise advice:

I learnt how to obtain the best I could, when I could not obtain everything; instead of being indignant or dispirited because I could not have entirely my own way, to be pleased and encouraged when I could have the smallest part of it; and when even that could not be, to bear with complete equanimity the being overruled altogether. 1,120 more words


Being different is okay, no matter what other people say

I grew up in a small general Dutch town, as it’s a town and not a city there is the concept of standardisation and unfortunately a gossip mentality. 786 more words

Ponder And Wonder

Study Study Study

Last night I drove to the beach with hopes to get some sun in today. Bad news-it’s not going to happen. I have way too much school work. 101 more words

How to Support Your Kindergartener's Education

Kindergarten is an exciting time for everyone – little kids are getting their first taste of Big Kid School and parents are getting their first taste of full days to themselves and their own work again. 588 more words