Learning to drive

Learning to drive

I always imagined driving would be easy. What else was there to do other than applying the brakes, gears and steering the wheel? I would often think thought to myself. I had always been extremely proficient at driving related games, so I decided to give driving classes a shot during my summer break. After a lot of consultation and advice from my peers, I joined a driving center near my house. Several people asked me why I wasted money on joining a center when I could have asked my parents or friends to help me, free of cost. I can safely say that I can answer this question adequately now. Firstly, when you join a driving center, you have to follow a strict routine and set timings. I had to wake up at 7 each morning and knew if I did not do so, I would miss the lesson since the instructor was very clear that he would not compensate for a missed day or for tardiness. Had my father been teaching me, I would probably have convinced him to...
5 tips and tricks for dancer’s fuel and recovery

5 tips and tricks for dancer’s fuel and recovery

Dance is a fun and enjoyable activity, but a professional dancer will tell you that it requires serious effort. Dancing can help you to maintain a great physique and keep your mind sharp. As you start including dance in your lifestyle, you should learn to listen to your body. Here are some tips for recovery and fuel that pro dancers use: Long Rehearsals If you are training for a dance recital, you might be on your feet for up to eight hours a day. This level of physical exertion is shocking and you could end up burning more than eight thousand calories per day. Pro dancers have great energy-conservation techniques that help them not to burn out. Carbo-loading is one of the techniques that they use. It involves ingesting carbohydrates to increase energy. Keep in mind that this technique will make you add weight and become sluggish if you do not exercise regularly. Although you need to exercise regularly and eat right, not all exercise...
The trifecta of a counterproductive direction

The trifecta of a counterproductive direction

Ever think you needed to do something and then got distracted by someone or something on social media? Have you ever been overcome with worry so you froze and just stood and stared into space not sure what to do about a problem? Did you ever spend a day at the shopping mall using a card buying purchases you can’t afford trying to impress someone or improve your status or to make you feel better about some problem in your life? It’s stand to reason that the Distraction, Worry and Excess mindset concentration could be described as a trifecta that exacerbates many of our problems and that actually effects our ability to get things done. Let’s face facts there are Distractions all around us. Television, movies, social media, friends and even family can leave us frustrated when our day ends without anything done. It is important to think about other things that can affect us such as living situation and daily habits. Many things we spend...

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