Wednesday, September 15, 2010
How i Made Them Proud1. WHO AM I - Author
2. WHO IS THEM - Parents
3. WHAT FOR - Made Them Proud
4. 1st task - Well be with them
5. 2nd task - Be serious about your study
6. 3rd task - Get very good grades and stay out of trouble!
7. 4th task - Getting good job
8. OUTCOME - Successfully achieve the goal and made your parents proud
9. SHOWCASE - Gallery
I think everyone want to make their parents proud of them and here is some of the tips
How to Sleep well1. WHO AM I - Author
2. WHAT IS IT - Sleeping better
3. WHAT FOR - Maintaining a healthy lifestyle
4. 1st task - Stay away from caffeine, nicotine and alcohol at least 4-6 hours before bed
5. 2nd task - Have a light snack before bed
6. 3rd task - Take a hot bath 90 minutes before bedtime
7. OUTCOME - Restful Sleep
8. SHOWCASE -Gallery
I think this is very useful for TOA students since they never sleep well because of rushing assignment =)
How to Live a Healthy LIfestyle1. WHO AM I - Author
2. WHAT IS IT - Healthy Lifestyle
3. WHAT FOR - Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
4. 1st task - Eat more fruit
5. 2nd task - Sneak in more veggies
6. 3rd task - Make some substitutes
7. OUTCOME - Fit and Healthy Lifestyle
8. SHOWCASE - GalleryHere is a good tips for those whose like to eat fat thing and fruits.
How to Sleep Well
1.Keep your bedroom quiet, dark, and comfortable.
For many people, even the slightest noise or light can disturb sleep like the purring of a cat or the light from your laptop or TV. Use earplugs, window blinds or curtains, and an electric blanket or air conditioner everything possible to create an ideal sleep environment. And don't use the overhead light if you need to get up at night; use a small night-light instead. Ideal room temperatures for sleeping are between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures above 75 or below about 54 can disrupt sleep.
Regular physical activity, especially aerobic exercise, can help you fall asleep faster and make your sleep more restful. However, for some people, exercising right before bed may make getting to sleep more difficult.
3.Avoid nicotine, caffeine and alcohol in the evening.
These are stimulants that can keep you awake. Smokers often experience withdrawal symptoms at night, and smoking in bed is dangerous. Avoid caffeine for eight hours before your planned bedtime. Your body doesn't store caffeine, but it takes many hours to eliminate the stimulant and its effects. And although often believed to be a sedative, alcohol actually disrupts sleep.
4.Visualizing a peaceful, restful place.Close your eyes and imagine a place or activity that is calming and peaceful for you. Concentrate on how relaxed this place or activity makes you feel.