Do u all think it is right, stupid!!!! U must know that someone they smile with u now, but next second they will heart u so bad or frames u, so terrible! So if u make friend with someone, please consider one thing clearly: 'are they ur true friend??'
However, I still have so many good friends, and I will value the friendship between us~~！Miss u so much my friends~wish to see all of u soon!!! :D
Tonight it rain heavy, the sky is dark and also has lightning, so terrible~~. Originally, I have classes in the evening, but the rain is so heavy~and the teaching room is a little far from my dormitory. So I do a bad thing 'run away the class'! And I hope the teacher will not criticize me~!!
God blesses me~~!
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This is called' steamed vegetarian chicken feet ' in Chinese, and this is a famous snack of 'morning tea', most of the people must order it when they go to have morning tea. And it is my favorite, Mmm~yummy yummy!!
So after I see that news I want to share to all the college girls~!!
The Sweet Smell of Freedom
Going off to college means finally being in charge of your life. No one is telling you what to do, when to be home or what to eat. Ah, sweet freedom! The downside is falling prey to late-night pizzas, too many beers and fattening cafeteria food. Elizabeth Somers notes that, "[t]he stress of handling rigorous studies and being away from parents for the first time, in an environment with unlimited access to food, can quickly result in weight gain." The best way to handle these temptations is to have a plan for what you'll do to handle them. The most common diet pitfalls include:
1. Drinking. You already know that binge drinking is a growing problem in college campuses around the country and that it can cause brain damage, memory loss and even death. Drinking can also cause something else: Weight gain. Alcohol doesn't contain fat, but it does contain calories...7 calories per gram as opposed to protein and carbs, both of which contain 4 calories per gram. Add in other high-calorie extras like juice, mixes or sugar and the calories can start to pile one. The average 12 oz. can of beer has about 148 calories. Think about it: Even if you only have one beer a night, that's an extra 1,000 calories a week you're adding to your diet. That means gaining more than a pound a month.
Kicking the Habit. Now, I'm not saying you shouldn't enjoy the occasional drink if you're of age, but be smart about it. You already know to stay away from binge drinking (five or more drinks in a row) and drinking and driving. To avoid unwanted alcohol pounds, try to keep your drinking to a minimum. Have a glass of water for every alcoholic drink you have, which will keep you hydrated and help avoid a late night trek to Krystal for a greasy hamburger. Try not to drink every night. Save it for the weekend and, when you go to a party, avoid the trashcan punch which usually contains Everclear, or some other hard liquor. The more alcohol in a drink, the more calories!
2. Yum...pizza! There's nothing more soothing than digging into a warm, cheesy pizza in the middle of an all-night cram session. The truth is, pizza isn't the worst thing you could choose for a late-night dinner. If you keep the fatty toppings to a minimum and avoid the deep dish extravaganza, you can enjoy the nutritional benefits of pizza: the cheese satisfies your dairy needs, the tomato sauce/veggie toppings satisfy part of your vegetable requirements, and the crust provides nutrients from the bread and grain food group.
Kicking the Habit. Pizza becomes your enemy at 2:00 in the morning after you've already had dinner. Staying up late usually means eating more, and late-night snacks tend to be on the unhealthy side. You're better off planning for late night snacks by eating a little less throughout the day. You'll enjoy your pizza a lot more knowing that you're not adding extra calories to your diet.
3. All You Can Eat! I don't know about you, but the cafeteria at my university provided tons of yummy food and unlimited amounts of it. Oh, the pizza! The pasta! The calzones! How could I resist? I learned the hard way that going back for seconds was quickly adding some bags to my saddle. After a long day of mind-numbing classes, your body will try to trick you into eating something fattening to perk you up.
Kicking the Habit. If you're faced with the same dilemma, this is where your brain should kick in and remind you of a few things: The USDA has a little thing called a Food Guide Pyramid which dictates the healthiest way to get all your nutrients and avoid flab. The new guidelines can be personalized to fit your age, gender and activity level. To make it easy, simply make sure you've got something green on your plate and that your portion of meat is about the size of a deck of cards. Eating things that are grilled or steamed rather than fried or sautéed will also help you avoid extra fat. Eat slowly and savor every bite and you'll find it easier to avoid that second trip down the pasta line. Oh and watch the salad dressing, which can have up to 150 calories per serving!
4. (Yawn) Late nights. In her article, Less Sleep, More Weight, Florence Cardinal suggests that lack of sleep can actually increase appetite. What's more, when you're sleep-deprived you're much more likely to revert to the kinds of food available only through dollar-sucking machines. It's inevitable that you'll experience some late nights, so what can you do to minimize the damage?
Kicking the Habit. Repeat after me: "Failing to plan means planning to fail." That is an awful cliché, I know, but it works. Planning your life so that you get the most snooze time possible means your body will function in peak condition. It helps if you have regular sleeping habits like going to bed and getting up at the same time each day. Florence recommends that you "[s]leep in the same room and bed every night," (ahem, not that you wouldn't...) and that you "[d]on't eat, drink alcohol or smoke for two or three hours before you go to bed." You won't be able to do this every single night, but try for at least the majority of your school week.
5. No Exercise. In high school, you may have been the star of the track team or a pretty decent football player. Now that you're in college, you may find that your daily activities consist of watching your favorite soap opera and rooting through your roommate's grunge pile for a spare bag of CHEE.TOS®. Now is not the time to stop exercising! You don't have to train for a marathon or anything. Just finding ways to move around every day is enough to keep your body from slipping into a pizza-induced coma.
Kicking the Habit. Yes, your life is busy and you have way too much to do, but you can still find time to exercise. Obviously, walking from class to class qualifies, as does running up nine flights of stairs to catch your algebra class. But you need more, my friend. Try a walk or jog around the campus each morning or, better yet, join an aerobics class. You can usually get P.E. credit at the same time you're shaping up. Most schools have some type of fitness facility (usually free to students) and some even offer free personal training. Don't forget, strength training can help raise your metabolism by adding some lean body tissue. If you can't seem to drag your butt to the campus gym, you don't need a lot of equipment to get a great workout. Try these workouts you can do right in your dorm room or apartment with little or no equipment needed:
For more exercise tips, visit my Beginner's Corner and find facts on working out and links to workout ideas.
The trick to enjoying your freshman year is a mixture of planning, mindfulness and enjoyment. It's tempting to go off the deep end, what with all that intoxicating freedom surrounding you. But, what you want to strive for is moderation. Have fun, enjoy your freedom, but make smart choices. It's easier to do this when you surround yourself with like-minded friends. Make friends with people who won't pressure you into having one more drink or one more slab of pie and you'll find avoiding temptation that much easier.
I think that's was funny because there will be more or less 4000 thousand people will join this activity(included students & teachers). The toute of this long running is within our school. Don't say that is easy because our school is also very big!! I remember i also use near 30 minutes to finished the toute!
Now i am very worrd，I hope i will finished this activity smoothly. Oh my god! How time flies, I must go now because my classmates are urging me!! So after the activiry I will tell more about that, ok???
Ok! Let's go......
Do u see my beautiful photo album?? It was made by me yesterday. How can u find that, it just on the right of the blog under the message board. This time I just make photo album of s.h.e, but next time I will make different kinds of this photo album!!!
haha~~how do u think about my new photo album or do u want me to help? Please give me the comments, ok??
May be I will tell some details. The main content of this story is that female lead dresses up a boy and plan to enter a male school in order to see the high jump of the male lead. After she enters the school, there will be many interesting stories.
Do u think I am a singer? Haha~ might be one day ~. But now I am just a student. I like singing, sometimes I will go to KTV with my friends, sometimes I would like to participate in singing match, well it’s so interesting~~!!!
What are these photos? She’s a famous singer called Sarah! Oh no, that is a joke~. These pictures are took about 4 months ago, in my college it holds a singing match per year, so in the last year I participate in it. Do u guess what song did I sang?? Er~ secret!!! In fact I want to tell u, but I really don’t know how to say that in English, if u want to know, it’s easy come and take me to a good restaurant then I will tell u!!
In that night there are many competitors for me, so I try my best to do it. But the result was not so good. Anyway I was very happy that night because I made some friends there , they are very friendly and also have the same interest with me, so after that match we still communicate with each other quite often~!
What about u? Do u like singing? If u do, would u like to sing a song for? Haha ~friends waiting for u!!!
Here are some suggestions to enhance the lecture presentation by blogging:
If the teacher put his course content on the blog, and then open the blog and talk in class breezily instead of write down on the blackboard, it will save the time.
The teacher can set up BBS on the blog, and then ask the students to write down their problems that they don’t understand in class. So the teacher can solve the problems for them in time.
Before the class, if the teacher put some correlative exercises on the blog and ask the students to do , I think that will help them to prepare for the course, so the students will understand the course better when they have class.
The teacher can also put some correlative information or website on the blog, tell the students to browse these, maybe it will increase their knowledge.
If the teacher uses the blog in class, just a laptop can let us change the classroom. That is to say we on longer to have class in the classroom, we can have class in the open air. If that is a biology class, this way will make the class feels interesting and the students will learn more about it
Tomatoes were first cultivated in 700 AD by Aztecs and Incas. Explorers returning from Mexico introduced the tomato into Europe, where it was first mentioned in 1556. The French called it "the apple of love," the Germans "the apple of paradise."
Tomatoes are rich in vitamins A and C and fibre , and are cholesterol free. An average size tomato (148 gram, or 5 oz) boasts only 35 calories. Furthermore, new medical research suggests that the consumption of lycopene - the stuff that makes tomatoes red - may prevent cancer. Lycopene is part of the family of pigments called carotenoids, which are natural compounds that create the colours of fruits and vegetables. For example, beta carotene is the orange pigment in carrots. As with essential amino acids, they are not produced by the human body. Lycopene is the most powerful antioxidant in the carotenoid family and, with vitamins C and E, protect us from the free radicals that degrade many parts of the body.
The scientific term for the common tomato is lycopersicon lycopersicum, which mean "wolf peach." It is a cousin of the eggplant, red pepper, ground cherry, potato, and the highly toxic belladonna, also known as the nightshade or solanaccae. There are more than 10,000 varieties of tomatoes.
Tomatoes are used in many food product, including, of course, tomato sauce (ketchup), pasta and pizza. According to a Steel Packing Council survey of 1997, 68% of chefs use canned tomatoes for convenience, quality and flavouring.