If you have recently added a new workout routine to your busy schedule, muscle soreness can result. After all, you may be working muscles that have previously been used minimally, and you may be pushing them to move and flex in ways to which they are unaccustomed. As the old adage touts, there is no gain without pain. A little mild soreness that fades away in a day or so is one thing. However, if that pain sets in several hours after your workout session ends, you need to pay attention to what your muscles are telling you.
I constantly search for a challenge and have a tendancy to get bored easily. Working in dialysis is fascinating, but I am limited in my scope of practice as a Technician. I have begun to watch the Charge Nurse and Physicians Assistant and I try learn and understand why they make the decisions that they do. I can’t make those decisions myself but I can continue my education to put myself at that level where I am being challenged to solve problems on a dally basis and I’m no so limited to a point where I’m getting stir crazy in my work. Lastly, I would like to be able to live comfortably.
I found out that I need to develop my writing skills more, improve the organization of my ideas and always pay attention to what is being ask in the problem. I wished that I gave more time practicing my speeches, I was not lazy nor slacking but I think I settled. I know I could have done better. However, I feel that I'm accomplished, I gained confidence in speaking in public. The speech class thought me how to be a listener, because if you ask me, I will rather go home after I spoke each meeting.
Instead of making my resolution of not procrastinating, P. Diddy’s inspirational words assisted in pushing myself. When I felt unmotivated or uninspired I would remember the quote. I would add the quote at the end of projects I completed as part of my signature. I had tons of fun with the quote and it pushed me in the areas I needed pushing. When questioned (and I was questioned) about my new signature or use of this quote, I would simply explain it was my quote for the year.
In the book, Morrie also said, “Forgive yourself before you die. Then forgive others” because you don’t know when you will see them for the last time (Albom 164). Morrie has an interesting viewpoint when it comes to forgiveness. I agree that it is important to forgive people, even though you are allowed to take your time with it. There have been instances where I found it difficult to forgive people that hurt me for a while, but I worked continuously towards pardoning them.
Montgomery states, “When I finish, it feels like there’s nothing underneath me. I start out feeling normal and then my legs gradually go numb. I’ve trained myself to think about other things while I race, to get through” (Crouse). Staying focused no matter how much pain someone may suffer from what happens they will reach their goals slowly but surely. Pain is a feeling that only pushes someone to stay on task to handle what is at hand.
Throughout the duration of this class, I have been highly reflective on my work, but have failed to take into consideration past mistakes when developing new assignments. From the Personal Narrative Essay to the Destination Essay, common errors have take place amongst them all. Specifically, I have struggled to make the syntax of my essays less confusing and allow my explanations to be more detailed, but have always been successful in sharing interesting ideas with the audience. The first way that I have struggled to become more flexible and self-aware is by the lack of using correct syntax. Within almost every essay written during first semester, I came across multiple comments made by you that reflect my difficulty creating sentences
It's not a perfect fit for my personality, I might change my mind or something my happen along the years, but it is something I find extremely important and interesting. Some of the things I will need to become a psychologist I will still need to work on, such as reading more and becoming more involved in people's lives, but I believe that with some effort I can be a good professional one day. Another interest that relates to psychology is reading a lot and being interested in learning new things. This is something I’ve always liked, especially when it comes to subjects I care about. I’m hoping that doing extensive reading and research I can learn more about what a psychologist does exactly, how it helps people and how to be effective doing
I can always find something else to do whenever I know I should exercise. I recognize exercise is very important and that emotional well being includes regular body movement but it is something I find very difficult to get myself to do. I cannot be true to myself without including this paragraph in my personal philosophy. Being more active is something I wish to work on. My dream is to take a gap year and discover the world and broaden my horizons, but at the same time remain true to my values and integrity.
My skills for writing are not where I want them to be, but if I feel like I can better respond critically to other individuals points of views. There are a countless number of things I need to work on, but I can say I am still getting better overtime. Taking the writing 102 course made me view writing as less of a burden to me. Writing now does not seem to be very difficult for me, but more fun because I can be more creative and break thing down. There’s more freedom so I can also thing about what the author is trying to say or reveal to his or her readers.