Monthly Archives: April 2015

Healthy living

Today we did contractions, i.e should not = shouldn’t. Then we said words relating to healthy living. We learnt anaerobic and aerobic exercise and the differences. anaerobic is when there isn’t enough oxygen getting to your muscles, which causes the … Continue reading

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interview at bookers

I had my interview at bookers today and man was I scared but I don’t think I was the only one as Kyle had the same job interview as me we both went there by bus it took us about … Continue reading

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Healthy Living Workshop

Today we did a workshop on healthy living which entailed us to fill out a sheet on the eat well plate. The eat well plate is in five fractions mostly fruit, veg and carbs the three other ones are sugar … Continue reading

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Healthy lifestyle

When me and Kingsley and I got back from Bookers we tagged along in the Healthy Lifestyle task that was at hand. We talked about what makes a healthy lifestyle and how to eat correctly and the correct workouts and … Continue reading

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What you should or shouldn’t not do.

As I am healthy already, I do know a bit about healthy eating and maintaining a healthy diet. I try and keep sugars and fats on the down low. I do have a day in the week where this does … Continue reading

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Heathy eating

Hello Earth After I came back me and Kyle continued to participate in the Workshop which involved heathy eating in my preference I am on a seefood diet!! I see food I eat it haha like the joke enjoy so … Continue reading

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Things I learned today

I learned about being healthy and what you should or shouldn’t do to keep your mind and body healthy. We learned about the eatwell plate and the different sections in the eatwell plate. Then we learned about the different exercises … Continue reading

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