My Healthy Habits

by Michael on October 18, 2017



Choose to take the stairs rather than the elevator in your building every day.

Choose to get off an MTR or bus stop early and walk or run the rest home.


Include at least 2 servings of green vegetables per day into your diet.

Plan out at least 3 healthy meals for your family to eat together every week.


Get 8-9 hrs of quality sleep at least 3X/week.

No processed foods/sugar 3 hrs before bed.


Come up with a coping strategy to help deal with stress.


TOK Journal Post #8

by Michael on October 22, 2018

What distinguishes Natural Science from other AOKs?

Knowledge produced in the natural sciences are solely based on facts, with almost no way of disproving something true if it has been experimented and tested to be true. The natural sciences produce the most map like knowledge out of all the AOKs, meaning that almost all of the information gained from natural science is objective and can be universally agreed upon. Natural science relies on what is already in the universe in order to produce knowledge, as there are no areas in which one’s imagination is used. Though there are theories and hypotheses that require the human mind to come up of, they are always based off of already existing knowledge in order to back up their thinking.

The natural sciences can be compared with math, as math is also an AOK which produces mainly map like knowledge. Math is a global concept in which everyone all around the world study, and though we may learn math in different languages, everything is generally the same and is agreed upon. What separates math and science is that math was thought up by humans, whereas the natural sciences have already existed in the past. Math is, in a way, another language that humans have invented, but it has been developed over the course of thousands of years. Though one can argue that scientists in the past such as Newton have invented laws in science such as the laws of motion, those laws have already existed in the world before Newton came up with them, they just haven’t been discovered yet.


TOK Journal Post #5

October 22, 2018

Claim: Knowledge in the arts is clearly story-like, whereas knowledge in natural science is clearly map-like. Map like knowledge is defined as literal knowledge, where the knowledge gained is based purely on facts and reality. It is shared, objective knowledge in which anyone can agree on, because it is solely based off of facts and […]

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TOK Journal Post #7

September 26, 2018

RLS: After 35 years, scientists prove that any scramble of the 3x3x3 Rubik’s cube can be solved in no more than 20 moves. 1st Order Claim: Enough evidence has been collected in order to prove that the Rubik’s cube can always be solved in no more than 20 moves. 2nd Order Claim: With enough time, […]

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TOK Journal Post #6

September 20, 2018

Article one about invasive flora in Iceland Explicit claims: Blue Nootka lupine is an invasive species that increasingly dominates and defines the coastal scenes in Eastern Ireland. The plant is native to North America and are typically seen in flower gardens. The plant has spread wildly in Iceland when they were introduced in the 1970s […]

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TOK Journal Post #4

September 10, 2018

Do the problems of language always limit the production of knowledge? I think that language does limit the production of knowledge. The use of language is our way of verbally communicating with each other. Without it, we may struggle to express ideas and thoughts as well as how we do now, but that does not mean […]

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TOK Journal Post #3

September 3, 2018

Claim: The arts are all about emotional expression: emotion is the most important thing in this area of knowledge. Arguments that support the claim: The definition of art is “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily […]

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TOK Journal Post #2

August 28, 2018

Outline the role of 1 WOK in 1 AOK in the production of knowledge. Emotion plays a big role in the arts in the production of knowledge. Art is used to express an artists thoughts and feelings, and the purpose of art may be to communicate ideas, as well as to create a sense of […]

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TOK Journal Post #1

August 22, 2018

Provide one or two examples and explanations of how we move from believing something to knowing something? An example of this could be believing something prior to doing a science experiment, then knowing it afterwards due to experiencing the experiment. Another example may be children believing to become an astronaut or an engineer when they […]

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Healthy Movement

March 23, 2018

Decided to walk back home from Causeway Bay back to Fortress Hill. It’s only two MTR stops away and I got to walk back with a friend. #movement via Instagram

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Healthy Thoughts

March 16, 2018

In order to deal with stress, I listen to my Spotify playlist that I regularly update. This lets me relax while listening to some great tunes! #thoughts via Instagram

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