Savannah Thao Nguyen
Guess " Confusing" is a right word to say about me. I can be good. I can be bad. I act like a guy. I behave like a girl. I strictly follow my rules. I break ones set by others. People somtimes think I'm kinda smart but I look at myself in mirror and only see a stupid girl. I wake up to realize this world is cruel but I go to bed after reading fairy tales, hoping MIRACLES will happen someday. If you cant handle me at my worst, you hell sure don't deserve me at my best...Sometimes, you just gotta get to know me. I mean...in person!
BBA220. Spanish. Cappuccino in a rainy day. Japan Trend Shop. This is what an ideal day's eating looks like. Photo: Getty 6am The human body consists of more than 70 per cent water, so to have it working optimally the first thing that should be on our minds when we wake up is rehydration. Ideally, that should mean something other than milk-based coffee.
A cup or two of warm water with lemon, herbal tea or black tea are your best options in the morning. 8am. Lowest Calorie Foods Chart. It's quite obvious, that to lose weight or to keep it low you should eat in moderation and choose low calorie foods.
But what foods are really low in calories? To help you get an idea of what you could use to vary your selection of low calorie foods and eat generally more healthy products we compiled the following chart. We took the well known, extensive and authoritative USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference and selected the raw foods with calorie count ranging from 0 kcal to 99 kcal per 100g. As expected, the selection consisted mostly of vegetables, fruits, berries, some shellfish and fish. The unexpected was the number of different foods under 100 calories - almost 300 of them. Then we added pictures of all the foods because some of them we didn't know before and came up with the following chart of the lowest possible calorie foods. ‘Sell me this pen:’ The real answer to The Wolf of Wall Street’s challenge.
What is the real answer to the Wolf of Wall Street challenge: Sell me this pen?
Anyone who’s seen Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street knows the scene. In the last few moments of the film, Leonardo DiCaprio, portraying Jordan Belfort – the 1990s penny stock broker, who went to prison on charges of fraud and stock market manipulation for orchestrating a massive pump and dump scheme at his New York firm Stratton Oakmont – asks a room full of salesmen at a seminar to sell him a pen. Mr. 23 Priceless Habits That Will Make You Your Greatest Self. 1. Love yourself. If you can’t, how can someone else? You can’t truly love someone until you don’t need them in your life… No one is going to fix your problems or make you a better person but you, so love yourself and the rest will fall into place eventually. 2. How To Get Rich In America In 30 Easy Steps.
Want to make money in America? Start up a business and sell it. I’ve done it a bunch of times and made a ton of money in the process. 31 Signs You're A Third Culture Kid.
Marketing business case study list. Consumer trends and insights from around the world. The Power Of Red Lipstick. Just as a superhero has their signature item they use when in battle, I put on my red lipstick before I step outside to face the world.
Red is a dominant colour, and paired with full lips it acts as my power source. My own signature item wielded as both a shield and a weapon. I wear red lipstick as a weapon when I want to draw attention to my mouth and the words that issue forth from it. Every idea, opinion, and belief spoken with an assertion that demands respect. Each sentence, carefully chosen and articulated, each point punctuated by a colour that commands attention. I wear my red lipstick as my shield when I feel insecure, for it is a colour that does not lack confidence. Red lipstick acts as both my shield and a weapon to ward off the unwanted. I wear red lipstick as my signature shade when I want him to remember me; every pucker, every smile, every alluring whisper accented by the colour of my lips. I Love You, I Hate You. If you love someone, you run the risk of not loving them one day.
You run the risk of seeing them in a grocery store years later and hiding behind the display of bananas so you won’t have to say anything to them and pretend that the love never happened. It’s funny, isn’t it? When you run into someone like your childhood best friend (the one you haven’t seen in years, the one who became a Christian and has a Coach bag), you say hello. You hug, quickly find out what they’re doing with their life, if they’re happy, and then you move on. Sure, it’s awkward, and there might be a temporary ache in your chest afterwards (time can be unkind) but you acknowledge them, you pay tribute with a smile, a hug, a “How are you doing?” With the people you once loved, the people that once had an all-access pass to the most intimate details of your life, you sometimes can’t pay tribute. Networking Tips For College Students. When I was in college, my world was small.
I wanted to breakout, but I had an overwhelming fear of meeting new people and always felt inadequate in some way. 22 Things You Need To Do While You Have The Chance. 1.
Go to a country whose language you do not speak, and where English is rarely spoken. Learn what it means to have to find out everything by yourself, and to live glued to your translating dictionary. 2. Sleep with your whole body stretched across the bed in your very own apartment, where no one can tell you what to do or make you be quiet so that they can sleep. 3. How to Transform Your Life in 6 Minutes a Day. Oh, you’re busy?
Weird, I thought it was just me. No matter where you are in life at this moment, there is at least one thing that you and I have in common: We want to improve our lives and ourselves. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with us, but as human beings we’re born with a desire to continuously grow and improve. 3 Reasons to Travel While You’re Young. The other night, I had a conversation with a young woman who had a number of decisions ahead of her, one of which was whether she should go to grad school or travel the world.
I told her to travel. Hands down. No excuse. Just go. She sighed. “Yeah, but…” Never were more fatal words spoken. Yeah, but… what about debt? “Yeah, but…” is pernicious. It allows us to be cowards, while sounding noble. Most people I know who waited to travel the world never did. Be careful of the yeah-but. I was so stirred by this conversation that I shared it with a group of about thirty young adults last night, many who were asking these very questions. Because I Was Born Rich. I wrote this as a response to Because I Wasn’t Born Rich.
Who Your Real Friends Are. “Hold a true friend with both hands.” – Nigerian Proverb Your real friends are the people who feel like family.
They feel like family because you can be honest with them. You can get angry at them. You can let them know when you dislike something they’ve said or done, like you would a sibling. I ~~*LOVE*~~ Thrift Stores. I love thrift stores — and I mean love. It’s the type of love one might have for Law and Order SVU once they get to season 9, a kind of no-turning-back-I-love-this-even-though-it’s-probably-not-good-for-me-and-can’t-stop type of love. And sure, going to thrift stores might not be the healthiest obsession. The Power Of Red Lipstick.