20 April 2011

Mighty Leaf and Muscle Man


Shredded Wheat Cereal with Bananas and Blueberries 


Topped with Cinnamon and Unsweetened Soy Milk 


White Orchid Peach Infused White Tea by Mighty Leaf


Made a Stir-fry for Lunch using some leftover Roasted Kabocha Squash 


Garbanzo Beans, Asparagus, Broccoli, Kale, Beet Greens, 
Red Onion, Mustard, Cottage Cheese and Black Pepper


The 1st Course of Fitness Training is officially completeand the 2nd 
Course is starting up soon. And because you all loved my Yoga Stick Figures
thought I would show you my "Muscle Man" Diagrams and Cue Cards


He's got some colorful "Junk in the Trunk"



Question: Do you like making colorful
 diagrams or cue cards to help you study?

26 comments:

Alexia @ Dimple Snatcher said... [reply]

I do like making card to study, etc, but it usually doesn't happen since I am lazy and don't like studying too much :)

Hannah {Culture Connoisseur} said... [reply]

I had to do flash cards when I was working on an art history degree. I would print out the pieces and write notes about them on back. I never got this creative though...

Holly @ The Runny Egg said... [reply]

I used to love making diagrams and flashcards when I was still in school.

Your drawings are the best! I love your colored butt man :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Did you see that Green Cuisine burnt down? :(

Carin said... [reply]

that salad looks awesome! did you cook your kale/beet greens?

Natalie @ cinnamonbums said... [reply]

ooo kabocha squash. yum.

whats your favorite kind of tea?!

throughout high school i ALWAYS used index cards to study... they were my go-to study tool - and they ALWAYS worked, esp for art history classes + language classes

Chelsea said... [reply]

Wow those are impressive study notes! I actually retain info pretty well just my reading and rereading my notes. Or maybe I just tell myself that because I'm too lazy to make flash cards. :P

livefortoday said... [reply]

I stick post it notes all over my house when it comes to revising.

atasteofhealthwithbalance said... [reply]

im all about flashcards and drawing out stuff- you should see my nursing school notes and everything from anatomy and phys- crazy! i love mighty leaf tea, i'll have to search that flavor. so far i've had vanilla bean, tropical green, and orange dulce.. all of which i love!

haridelle said... [reply]

Muscle man is cute and probably quite helpful. I always study like that. If I don't have visual associations, I can't remember anything so I use all kinds of pictures, schemes and even create short stories with the things I'm studying about. They might look like a complete nonsense but they help me memorize the boring lectures.

vegansunshine said... [reply]

Yummy big bowl of goodness!
I love your studying habits :)
I try to make mine colorful it does really help!

Whitney

Lindsay and James Cotter said... [reply]

oh you are so good at making studying fun! Its all about color, I agree!
Cottage cheese is my favorite salad topping too!
LC

Missy said... [reply]

I agree, the 9 and 10 region gets a 9 and 10.

Heidi said... [reply]

I finished personal trainer certification course month ago and when I studied for the exam, my index cards looked very similar to yours. Nice drawing on muscle groups :)

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Yes, I like to be very organized when studying (when I have time).

mindrunningwild said... [reply]

that. kabocha.bowl. let me come through the screen and eat it!!!!
I like to try to make cards for studying but it's difficult sometimes. I find I get really nervous over whether I'll do it right and then have less time to study than I could have....*sigh*

Jess said... [reply]

I love helpful cue cards/notecards!!

That bowl of roasted kabocha looks incredible!!

Red Deception said... [reply]

I like muscle man's bum!

Lola said... [reply]

Kelsey!!!! One day i'll go to Canada and you'll train me! yoga and everything :) and after our workouts we can go and have some muffins :D
I loved your astrological post!!!!
xoxo
Lola

Tatianna said... [reply]

That salad looks lovely :) I love the colors! .. and yes, I love to study with color too. I swear I just retain information way better when I have color coded all my notes. Plus, it keeps me interested!

Christin@purplebirdblog said... [reply]

I have a ton of flashcards for anatomy! They are all differenct colors :)

Rach @ This Italian Family said... [reply]

When I was in college/grad school I most definitely used colors and flash cards to study! I found that I memorized things best while walking around so I'd walk laps while memorizing info for exams. :)

Krista said... [reply]

Thank God my studying days are over, but I do LOVE your diagrams and think that they're something I would definitely adopt if need be!

Reka said... [reply]

I love index cards too! They are one of the greatest American inventions I think! ---I'm from Romania so I can say that :)

Reka
http://hefia.wordpress.com

LauraJayne said... [reply]

I'm a sucker for a good stir-fry - and yours looks delicious! I've never added cheese, but it would be a perfect addition - plus I always like to add a little extra protein!

Sarah said... [reply]

Ah girl, I can totally relate to this post - my life = colorfully highlighted flashcards and diagrams - I am super proud of your amazing study skills (making me feel like I should prob be studying and not google reading right now... haha)
Hope all is going well :)
<3 S

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