10 things you learn on whole 30 and stay with you

This is my list of how I survived the whole 30 challenge: Whole 30 Survival Guide 1. Don’t use fruits as a filler- fruit just packs on sugar and excess calories. If you have to have fruit then try to limit it to once a week! 2. Change your options! Living in Pakistan, we don’t have that much to work with recipe wise also because our oven blew up., but that’s another story for another day. Use Nom Nom Paleo get ideas change the recipe to keep it whole 30 approved 3. You can never go wrong with sweet potatoes; … Continue reading 10 things you learn on whole 30 and stay with you

Got a lot of energy staying optimistic!

The only way to begin a task is by actually doing it- not saying you will and then you realize the weekend has passed and haven’t done anything. There are those people who can procrastinate till the last day of the exam, but I can’t. If I have an exam, gym, a class it will clock my thoughts for hours till it is time to go to either scheduled plan. I was glad that I completed my MPH application for the Institute of Health and Management Sciences; now I have to start my other graduate applications and be on the grind for … Continue reading Got a lot of energy staying optimistic!

Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival Scares Up Surprises At Wizard World Chicago

Originally posted on Graphic Policy:
The second annual Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival presented by Wizard World, running August 20 – 23 at the Muvico Theater in Rosemont, Illinois, promises thrills, chills, guests and surprises to Chicago’s legions of horror… Continue reading Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival Scares Up Surprises At Wizard World Chicago

30 Day Challenge: Take A Risk

Originally posted on For The Health Of It :
“When was the last time you did something for the first time?” I love this quote. When you really stop to think about it, how often do we get to do much of anything (that we actually stand a chance of enjoying) for the first time any more? It’s so easy to slip into a routine and be comfortable – it’s stable, there’s no risk to you physically or emotionally and it’s nice. Boring, isn’t it? Every so often (and by that I mean pretty much every week) I get the urge… Continue reading 30 Day Challenge: Take A Risk

It’s getting hot in here, so be a lamb and keep your clothes on!

Ever feel like shooting the next person you’re next to because it’s so hot and your’e so annoyed and the only way to get out of your horrible mood is to shower? Moments after you’ve showered, you’re pooling with sweat, you start to think am I going into menopause?  I am only 28 (laugh out loud). Welcome to the third world. In America you forget how easily turning on the ac is, shopping for groceries, there’s no haggling the shop keeper trying to sway him to reduce the price-it’s a fixed price- take it or leave it. In Pakistan, you’re … Continue reading It’s getting hot in here, so be a lamb and keep your clothes on!

Just don’t do it

Originally posted on language: a feminist guide:
This week everyone’s been talking about an article in the Economist explaining how men’s use of language undermines their authority. According to the author, a senior manager at Microsoft, men have a bad habit of punctuating everything they say with sentence adverbs like ‘actually’, ‘obviously’, ‘seriously’ and ‘frankly’. This verbal tic makes them sound like pompous bullshitters, so that people switch off and stop listening to what they’re saying. If they want to be successful, this is something men need to address. OK, people haven’t been talking about that article—mainly because I made… Continue reading Just don’t do it