7 Amazing Pieces of Advice No One Ever Gave You
The best advice for those looking to achieve great things is often the least repeated Read the rest of this entry »
Recently I’ve been collecting some health information for a relative who suffers from cancer. The following webpage suggests not only foods for fighting cancer but also foods not to eat so as to prevent cancer.
6 Cancer-Fighting Superfoods Read the rest of this entry »
Today I spent the time after 2:30pm with my former students. Last week, Yi-ching, a student who graduated 6 years ago, invited me to an afternoon tea today. And this morning I found out today was her birthday. During our gathering this afternoon, she told me she decided to spend her happy birthday with a positive person and thought of me. I felt honored and touched. At her request, I didn’t post our photos here. Read the rest of this entry »
5 Life Lessons People Learn Too Late
Strong relationships make for a rich life, but we’re often mistaken in the ways we pursue them.
Read more: http://www.rd.com/advice/relationships/life-lessons-people-learn-too-late/#ixzz37dcDlExU
A trip to the mountains is one of the best things that can happen in the scorching summer. To escape from the heat in the concrete jungle, we five, including Mei-ying, Li-chu, Shu-yuan, Mei-chen, and me, went to Yangmingshan today. The photos above show us at the last stop, a forest where a lot of people like to have their wedding photos taken. Read the rest of this entry »
A relative’s illness reminds me of the sentence I often asked students to translate when teaching the sentence pattern “not…until…”: People don’t realize the importance of health until they lose it.
Quite a few diseases are irreversible. We can never be too careful. When it comes to staying healthy, lifestyle matters. The following is an article from BBC on healthy lifestyle.
Healthy living: How to live longer
19 April 2013 Last updated at 18:07
Some aspects of our health and vitality are governed by our genes and how our mother behaves during pregnancy, but many lifestyle factors, including fitness, diet and weight all impact on our ability to live a long and healthy life. Read the rest of this entry »