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gulfcoastguy
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Yes I need about one day of solitude a week to wind down after a workweek. Unfortunately lately I have been busy with family commitments most week ends. Nothing planned for this weekend except yard work and maybe painting my garage(detached). Tie up the tomatos, retrain the climbbing squash etc. Yoga of course.
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Yep, I need downtime as well.  I call those days of solitude my mental health days.  They fortify me and help keep me emotionally strong.
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NHG I had all forgotten about that you are a B sec as well. so I´m not the weird one in the B camp
There were suddenly so many B nonnies around and I love your guys ,,,, but you alwys just seem a bit more restricted than I

I´m so stressed at the moment that tonight I´m going to spend on the couch with a beer and some nice books and NOT feel guilty about the stuff I ought to do- including calling friends...

Work in the garden is such a great B friend... I need to put that into my program the next horrible 5 weeks-
I´ve got 4 exams- 1 written 24 hour exam and 3 spoken ( ? ) exams and I am already tired...
At the moment I feel my life is  so controlled/ planned / restricted - not my kind of life .


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We would call them oral exams in the USA. A 24 hour exam? I thought it was rough when I had 8 hour exams on everything I had learned in university, of course I have had 3 of them. 3x8 eq 24. I can't find a complient beer but a little Merlot sounds nice.
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Henriette, if I had to look forward to that kind of stress with school I would be chilling out this evening, too!!!!  I wish I could join you with my beer.  I'm baking a sweet potato so I could share that with you, too.  

P.S.  I guess I'm weird, too.    Heh, heh.
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Three cheers for B secretors (hic).

OK: Here's a question for B's:

Which supplements, recommended by Peter, do any/most of you take, occasionally/daily/usually...?


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Henriette, if I had to look forward to that kind of stress with school I would be chilling out this evening, too!!!!  I wish I could join you with my beer.  I'm baking a sweet potato so I could share that with you, too.  

P.S.  I guess I'm weird, too.    Heh, heh.


It would have been great it was a nice organic honey beer- very tasty
Went to bed and slept 10 hours....

Ok Oral exams ....
I´ve got 1 oral exam lasting 30 minutes about John Dewey´s theory: learning by doing
1 oral 45 minutes defending my final paper in Geography ; The Caucasus Area - how and why do we teach in this subject in junior high....
1 oral 45 minutes in Danish; Which books do we want grade 4-6 to read and why ?- What roll do I play as a danish teacher in guiding the kids?

My 24 hour exam is : written Danish.
We are given a lot of material on a cd- it could be written, pictures, movies, children reading alloud etc and we have NO idea what the questions will be..
We can prepaire by looking if we can figure out the subject and it can really be anything ; how to teach kids with another background than danish to read, how to teach kid writing skills, how to teach kids littature or ???
Next morning we get to college and are given 3 question and 6 hours to write apox 10 pages....

Last year the failore % was 60 % - I have never failed anything but I am a tad worried. Normally I work best IF I can take a break and do something else- like weeding... that is not possible....
So this B´s creative mind has to be at it´s best monday /tuesday...

Supplements:
Magnesium I take all year round.
I normally don´t do a lot of vitamins - since my deit seem quite well.

However last year I did attentia and cortiguard when I was under a lot of pressure- I somehow missed getting some this year.. so I´ll survive without.

I take ( not particulately recommended  by Peter):
Halibutliver oil during winter- we get very little sun here and most of us Danes are deficient in vitamin D - no food is supplemnted here so....
During summer I take fish oil ( from salmon) it helps my stiff joints and I don´t get enough fish so.....

After sickness I do vitamins and minerals from nap - but they are horrible expensive here in Europe so......




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Ooooh, that's a honey of an exam!!!!  And that honey beer sounded good, too.  

As for exj_j's question, the only NAP products I take regularly are the probiotics and Taraxacum.  I take many other vitamins that I buy from iherb.com.  As for magnesium, I take twice a day and I can't do without that!
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Oops!  I forgot I also order from NAP the quercetin plus and vitamin B-12.  
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I didn't mean it had to be NAP.  ANY supplements at all. There are just so many protocols when you have all the books, as I do. It's interesting to find out what people are actually using and benefitting from.


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Magnesium citrate, fish oil, and fenugreek for me. I have proberry capsules but I only take them in flu season.
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Proberry- well due to the high cost of theese the other years I made my own proberry sirup with elderberrries,cherries, rapberries and blueberries...

GCG What do you use fenugreek for ?


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I'm not listing all my supplements because I would be taken to task for taking too many!  
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I use the fenugreek because I have a genetic tendency to high triglycerides and low LDL cholesterol. It was in one of the protocols.
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Oh I was wondering If I had missed a general B advice


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Henriette, you are very talented!!   Imagine making your own proberry syrup!  I'm too lazy, I think.  
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Henriette, you are very talented!!   Imagine making your own proberry syrup!  I'm too lazy, I think.  


I just like cooking and when I saw a recipee to use elderberry sirup to cook pears in I thought I could twist it...
Anyway if you had to pay the european prices for NAP products you would try to find other sources as well.....


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Yes, I can see your point there.  I've never made a syrup of any kind.  My aim in cooking always was to cook up nutritious meals, eat, wash up and get out of the kitchen.    When my family was growing up, though, I used to love making desserts.  The desserts had to be home made and thoroughly delicious.  Whenever we went to a church supper I always took along a delicious cake as an offering.  My two best things to do were 1)make good desserts and 2)darn socks really well.  Now, I don't do either!!!!!   Who darns socks anymore?  And, my husband and I watch our diets.  And, then, of course, along came the BTD!  
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Well maybe we should return doing things like that...
I have noticed mor and more women here in Denamrk starts taking up things like cooking gardeing sewing etc... They don´t do it all the time - but maybe cook speciel dinner in the weekend or knit during winter evenings...
IT is sad that our life has become so rushed that there is no time for this.
Desserts I´m there too and I´m still are
I find it easier to live BTD IF I have a good cake or dessert in the weekend I don´t crave sweets during the week....
I´m pretty thankful being a B that way. However my O is allowed cream in the weekends.....


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Hettilein please have an eye into http://www.natvd.com the cheapest canadian firm with super organic products....one of my preferest ...and then you might look for www.Puritan's Pride.com and here you can get all kinds of herbs, adaptogens etc..for very very cheap; but here I am not that sure that's
organic ..... and thou it enables you to knit your own supplements
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Thanks Isa I will  
when I´, finished with my nightmare exams tuesday....


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I hope you do well on your exam, Henriette.  I think that's brilliant for you to look forward to dessert on the weekend.  I can see where that would make it easier for you to follow BTD all week.  We all need some kinds of rewards in life.

I used to crochet but I think it's time to learn how to knit.  I'm glad you brought that thought up.  
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I plan to start sowing again this winter... I used to make wonderfull baby clothes for Emma...


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keep my fingggerles crossed for U & ur papers ...I thought you've been finished with those bl...
fine thingies ... oooups...exams arent papers to go for right ...yeppers...sorry
another crossing with toes
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Hey Henriette...best of luck to you on your exam.  Tuesday is your last day!  Almost done.

Debra


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