Healthy Habits

My Healthy Habits

18 Oct , 2017  

Goals

#movement

  • Be an active commuter and walk, run, cycle to school and/or back home
  • Take part in moderate-vigorous exercise 3 times per week.
  • Walk 7000 steps per day

#sleep

  • Disconnect 1 hr before going to bed.
  • Get 8-9 hrs of quality sleep at least 3X/week.
  • Drink herbal tea and read a book/magazine 30-60min before bed.

#food

  • Avoid processed food 3 times a week
  • Eat salads and/or vegetables every day
  • Don’t eat more than I think I can’t handle

#thoughts

  • Take daily 2 minute breathing breaks when feeling overwhelmed/needing a moment to yourself/to re group
  • Try to Laugh daily
  • Take time to process information before speaking immediately

Healthy Habits

Moving Well

21 Nov , 2017  

Walking back home from school #movement via Instagram http://ift.tt/2jaHuEF

Healthy Habits

Moving Well

20 Nov , 2017  

I finished 8,000 steps for today #movement via Instagram http://ift.tt/2AgGudd

Healthy Habits

Eating Well

20 Nov , 2017  

Going to avoid eating this processed food for the next week #food via Instagram http://ift.tt/2ixSmx3

Healthy Habits

Sleeping Well

20 Nov , 2017  

Going to charge and disconnect my phone a couple of hours before I go to sleep #sleep via Instagram http://ift.tt/2B3yMjD

Healthy Habits

Thinking Well

14 Nov , 2017  

Looking at a sunset to help me take a relaxing break during english class #thoughts via Instagram http://ift.tt/2zG9LwT

Healthy Habits

Moving Well

14 Nov , 2017  

Walking to school #movement via Instagram http://ift.tt/2yzWAdn

Healthy Habits

Eating Well

14 Nov , 2017  

Eating some healthy fruit before school #food via Instagram http://ift.tt/2jq3ZJL

Healthy Habits

Moving Well

12 Nov , 2017  

Working out at the Gym #movement via Instagram http://ift.tt/2mi51IB

Experience Week (CAS Week)

2017-18 Fujian Experience Week

8 Nov , 2017  

The Fujian, China trip was an unforgettable experience in every way imaginable. When people think of China, they think of polluted cities, but there is a different beautiful side of China, which lies in Fujian. It was full of service and cultural activities, but there was many physical activities as well. We did a 3-hour hike and bike ride, on these magnificent trails where we explored these wonderful villages beaming with people. Interacting with these people and learning about their culture and their lives in their “Tulou” was truly astonishing. However, there was some difficulty for me as I did not any Chinese. But the supervisors and other students in my group, helped me with the translating and finding vegetarian food. Some cultural activities we did were Tulou fixing and mud brick making, which was very inspiring. I only wish we could stay a week longer, and explore even more of the Fujian province.

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