Tag Archives: learning

Why Watching a Lot of YouTube May Not Be Procrastination

I think it’s fairly relatable, the scenario where we read a lot of blogs, watch a lot of YouTube videos or TED talks and generally spend our time devouring information from the internet on a topic rather than actually doing … Continue reading

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Learning new things and failing

As a teacher, I spend a lot of time encouraging my students to be unafraid to have a go. I try to emphasise the value of effort, of practice and of gradually learning (even though this is challenging when I’m … Continue reading

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Weekend 15 Review: With great study comes great floatability.

I find it peculiar that I have struggled with study all semester, but somehow making it part of Drop One/Add One for a weekend had me studying for up to three hours first thing on Saturday and Sunday. It’s all … Continue reading

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Weekend 7 Review: Stop making me have fun!!

For me, last weekend really helped me to realise how much I think I need food when I actually don’t. I was actually a little surprised at how successful dropping the snacks by making sure I was eating proper meals … Continue reading

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First Weekend – milk flavouring/wider perspectives

Deciding what to drop and what to add this weekend has been challenging, because it’s the first weekend of my lifestyle experiment. This weekend, I’m going to drop milk flavourings. In an effort to drink milk, I usually tempt myself by adding … Continue reading

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