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2019年10月14日
選擇做冰點脫毛比較合適


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2019年09月17日
腳後跟受到太大的壓力

震蕩時,容易發生骨裂,嚴重的骨裂會導致腳腫脹、疼痛,無法行走。但是輕微的骨裂,可能會被忽視。然後不加注意的情況下,在行走過程中,就可能出現腳跟疼痛的情況出現。如果這時還不及時治療,則可能延緩愈合時間,誘發炎症,轉化為慢性疼痛。


芊嶠除咗有跑步腳痛問題,有時出街要企,企得耐腳痛,我就會諗,我都買咗啲氣墊鞋,唔係已經最好?啦咩?不過原來唔係囉!

蹠腱膜有維持正常足弓、緩沖震蕩、加強彈跳力的作用。長時間的行走、過度負重,都會引起腱膜的勞損,導致局部出現無菌性炎症而疼痛。蹠腱膜導致的走路腳跟疼痛多發生於足跟的足底內側面,不伴有遠端放射痛及感覺異常。有近側或遠側放射痛、麻木或感覺異常。


企得耐腳痛嘅問題成日出現,所以我對鞋墊嘅要求好高。

走路時腳跟疼,也可能是足底筋膜炎引起的。足底筋膜是由足跟部起,到前足止,貫穿於足底的纖維組織,一般為過度受壓引起。一般足底筋膜炎引起的疼痛,壓痛點常在足底近足跟處,有時壓痛較劇烈,且持續存在。導致的疼痛特點為搏動性、灼熱、刺痛性。


如果你都有因為企得耐腳痛或者搵緊方法扁平足改善,不妨試下呢個我推薦嘅鞋墊

跟腱炎是指跟腱附著部位的腱周圍組織,因外傷或慢性勞損發生炎症引起跟腱部腫脹、疼痛。發生跟腱炎後走路的時候腳疼是常見的症狀。跟腱炎發展到晚期時,由於周圍組織增生粘連,患者跟腱會粗大,可觸到硬結或條索狀肌束,一般都有多有明顯壓痛。


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2019年07月10日
鋼琴的高貴,在於它的可望而不可及


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2019年05月24日
Brownell thinks there is room


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2019年03月13日
脫毛劑對細而淡的頭發效果不佳


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2019年01月21日
最後一點是約束杠杆


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2018年12月17日
那位著名的大學生羨慕這所大學的校友!
當我第一次讀這句話時,我不太明白它的意思。後來,我的一個朋友,Lisa,去了洛杉磯一所不知名的大學去讀研究生。六個月後,她改變了原來的生活方式,放慢了城市的生活節奏,但卻一絲不苟。上午Lisa點,晨光在河裏流淌,晚上做飯,周末和朋友去攀岩、遠足、日光浴。從朋友圈裏,我們可以看到Lisa發生了變化,變得嬌嫩美麗,自信和平靜。

各學科的大學收生分數略有不同,香港中學文憑試考生可通過「大學聯招辦法」報讀心儀課程。畢業生在完成學士學位後均可報讀香港各大學的碩士課程。
是的,在不同的城市,無論是巴黎、洛杉磯還是紐約,生活都會發生變化。這一變化將影響到你的骨子裏,改變你生活的進程。對於准備出國留學的學生來說,他們在選擇學校時,不應該只看學校的排名、專業的排名和學校所在的城市。因為這將很大程度上決定他們未來的生活方式和生活幸福指數。

此外,從現實的角度來看,我們必須面對的就業問題與我們居住的城市密切相關。例如,許多美國公司將在當地學校發布INTERN和JOB職位。對於排名高但距離遙遠的學校,幾乎不會公布任何就業機會。同時,公司招聘會首先會選擇一些離公司很近的學校,並且有很多機會與這些學校的學生交流。

感謝參加者對「開卷助人」計劃的支持,提供多個免費的工作坊及活動,例如繪本教學法,為你的閱讀體驗添加更多樂趣。只要參加者的閱讀量或籌款額達標,即可免費報名參加教育工作坊及活動,歡迎立即參加計劃!
還有一個城市的安全系數和生活費用也需要我們注意。如果我們居住的地方發生了火災,那裏就會發生恐怖襲擊,價格仍然很昂貴,而土壤在這個月中就被吃掉了。幾分鍾內努力學習的心情就消失了。

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2016年07月14日
9 Powerful Ways to Find Enough Time for Your Goals
#1: Track Your Time for Several Days

Where does your time really go? If you’re not sure, then keep track of your time for a few days. Record what you’re doing in 15 minute intervals. You may want to focus particularly on trouble-spots: times of day when you tend to procrastinate.

Look for any time sinks – tasks or activities that are taking up a lot more time than you thought. Can you cut down the amount of time you spend on these – or cut them out of your day altogether?

#2: Break Your Goal into Little Chunks

If you have a huge goal like “run a marathon” or “write a book”, you’re obviously not going to accomplish it overnight: it’s going to take months or even years of effort. Big goals can be daunting – but by breaking them into little chunks, you make it much easier to get started and to keep going.

Spend a few minutes writing down the next five small steps that you need to take to move towards your goal. These might be steps like “find a good training plan” or “buy new trainers” or “go for a 15-minute jog today” if you want to run a marathon next year.

#3: Realize That Even 10 Minutes is Enough

It’s often easy to put off working on a goal because you don’t have enough time. Sure, you might have 10 minutes to spare – but you think you need a whole hour or two. Even 10 minutes, though, is enough to make some progress towards your goal.

Find little tasks that you can fit into 10 minutes … you’ll be surprised how much they’ll add up over a week or a month! If you’re working on a book, you could spend 10 minutes brainstorming topics, adding to your plan, or even writing a new paragraph of the content.

#4: Block Out a Whole Afternoon or Weekend for Your Goal

Of course, it’s not easy to accomplish your whole goal in daily 10-minute increments: if you want to run a marathon, for instance, you’ll need to train for longer than 10 minutes at a time. This is when a diary or calendar becomes a vital tool to help you towards your goal.

Look ahead a few weeks, and see whether you can block out a whole Saturday afternoon – or even a whole weekend – to spend on your goal. Mark that time now in your diary or calendar, and don’t let any social events or chores creep into that space.

#5: Get Help from Others

You don’t have to pursue your goal all on your own. Even if you don’t know anyone who can help you in a direct way, with advice or even useful equipment (perhaps none of your friends have never pursued a similar goal), you can get people to help you free up some time.

If you have kids, for instance, how about swapping childcare with a friend? That way, you could have a few extra hours each week to focus on your goal.

#6: Use Your Lunch Break

If you’re in the habit of grabbing lunch at your desk, start using your lunch break to work on your goal. You might not be able to spend the whole hour – but you could at least take 30 minutes to go for a brisk walk, or to do a little extra work on your book.

Don’t feel guilty about taking a proper break, either (even if your colleagues don’t tend to). As well as feeling good about making progress toward your goal, you’ll get a much-needed rest from your work – leaving you more able to focus on your work during the afternoon.

#7: Use Your Commute

If you normally drive to work, how about listening to an audio book on your journey? Pick something that ties in with your goal (e.g. you might choose a book about writing, or a motivational one to help you stay on track).

If your goal relates to exercise, can you walk, jog, or cycle to work? This obviously isn’t practical for everyone – but even if you have a long journey, you could get off the train (or park your car) further from the office and walk the rest of the way.

#8: Set Your Alarm 20 Minutes Early

By getting up just a little earlier, you can make time for your goal before all the busyness of the day has begun. That might mean 20 minutes of exercising or writing, perhaps before the rest of your family is awake.

If you’re worried about being too tired, try going to bed earlier. Most of us don’t accomplish anything much in the 20 minutes before bed – whereas when we’re refreshed in the morning, we can get a surprising amount done.

#9: Get Better at Saying “No”

One big reason why most of us don’t have enough time for our goals is because we say “yes” too often. We take on commitments that aren’t a good fit for our true aims and dreams. If this sounds like you, then get better at saying “no”.
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2016年04月21日
Om Namah Shivaya
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I adore the one whose eyes are HKUE amec the sun, the moon and fire . . . you are everything to me, O god of gods . . .") to the last gemlike summation of all faith ("This is perfect, that is perfect, if you take the perfect from the perfect, the perfect remains").

The women finish singing. They bow in silence, then move out a side door across a dark courtyard and into a smaller temple, barely lit by one oil lamp and perfumed with incense. I follow them. The room is filled with devotees--Indian and Western--wrapped in woolen shawls against the predawn cold. Everyone is seated in meditation, roosted there, you might say, and I slip in beside them, the new bird in the flock, completely unnoticed.

I sit cross-legged, place my hands on my knees, close my eyes.

I have not meditated in four months. I have not even thought about meditating in four months. I sit there. My breath quiets. I say the mantra to myself once very slowly and deliberately, syllable by syllable.

Om. Na. Mah. Shi. Va. Ya.

I honor the divinity that resides HKUE amec within me.

Then I repeat it again. Again. And again. It's not so much that I'm meditating as unpacking the mantra carefully, the way you would unpack your grandmother's best china if it had been stored in a box for a long time, unused. I don't know if I fall asleep or if I drop into some kind of spell or even how much time passes. But when the sun finally comes up that morning in India and everyone opens their eyes and looks around, Italy feels ten thousand miles away reenex facial from me now, and it is as if I have been here in this flock forever.
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