So with one full day of studying under my belt, I am feeling a little bit better for my exam on Tuesday.
Doesn’t mean I wont be right back there tomorrow to do it all over again. I need to get as much cognitive knowledge as I can get!!
When I was able to get my head out of the books for air I realised it was lunch time and quickly fueled:
I forgot to photograph (as is my new styles lately) so enjoy improv photos:
6″ whole wheat sub with turkey, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, mayo, and sweet onion sauce, I combo’d it up with some harvest cheddar sun ships and a small chocolate milk 🙂
I studied and studied until about 5. I actually realy enjoy cognitive psych. It has a lot to do with attention, perception and memory. Now if only I could somehow use all that to keep my attention on the books, perceive it correctly and somehow memorize all those terms…hmmm…
I kept at it until about 5, when I decided to call it a day. My dad was kind enough to pick me up from the library cause we had plans to go to a christmas tree store/farm/outlet (?) and pick up the tree!! However, once we got there it had JUST closed.
We were sad yes, but we will try again tomorrow. We will have some christmas cheer yet!
On the drive back, we stopped for gas and I decided to peer into the health store next to the gas stop. SOOO happy I did that cause I came out with this jem!!
Peanut butter and Jelly LaraBar!!!
I have seen this bar all over the blogs and have been wanting to try it!! But seeing as I am up here in Canada, I assumed I would have to wait another year for it to show up in the great north. Happily I was wrong. 🙂
I picked it up, along with a tetley tea drink, and excitedly rushed back to the car to enjoy on the way home.
Review: Ahh-freaking-mazing. My favourite LaraBar yet. It literally tasted like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The texture was just like any other larabar, soft, chewy and dense. Loves it. I am defs gonna go back tomorrow and stock up!!
oh and the tea drink was legit too 😉
Once we finally got home I was sooooooo drained. Its crazy the energy that studying can take out of you, and your brain. So I retreated to my room to watch some TV and read some blogs. Perfect remedy for a tired mind.
My mom was kind enough to whip up a favourite of mine for dinner. The good eats just kept a comin’
Broiled Teriyaki Glazed Salmon, with sweet potato slices, steamed veggies, and a brewski for all my hard work 😉
oo..and you see that dollop of ketchup. Yeah, more like x3.
I enjoyed my dinner over an episode of “Criminal Minds”. Such an aamaazing show, but also kinda messed up. My brother thinks there is something wrong with me for loving crime shows, and I was beginning to think so to. But after getting lots of reassurance from all my friends that they watch and love Criminal Minds as well, I felt a little less crazy.
What is it about crime shows though that is sooo good? Anyone else here a Criminal Minds, Law and Order (SVU is my fav 😉 ) or Without a Trace fan?
After some TV surfing, I hit the hay, but had sooo much trouble falling asleep. I was tossing and turning until like 4am this morning!! Craziness. I think I may need to look into some sleep medication, cause this has been happening like every night, and its making me super drowsy/wonky all dayy long – which is not so hot when you are studying for exams.
Somehow I woke up at 9am with virtually no sleep – and my stomach was grrooowwwlin’ So I fixed the perfect breakfast to hit the spot.
Sooooo satisfying. Gotta love them oats. I have however never made my own stove top oats. I kinda wanna try soooon.
Is it hard to do? Any reccomendations before I take the leap?
Alright girls, I gotta go for round 2 of mission christmas tree.
Hope you all have a lovely sunday! xx