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University of the Philippines Manila.
BS Speech Pathology.
Future Doctor of Medicine.
I've got huge insecurities, but I'm ready to conquer them. This will be the place where I will document my journey to greatness--my God's and my standards.
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I can’t believe it flew by so fast. Two more weeks of clinical internship, a month of thesis, and graduation, here I come.
Two more weeks and I promise I will get my healthy lifestyle back—eating right, working out, getting enough sleep, and just plain taking care of myself.
Two more weeks. :)@3 weeks ago
thewanderlass asked: If you can give me some advice. tips and workout for beginners, I would greatly appreciate them! And I love your blog entries because you're vocal about your journey and stats. I like running too but my CV endurance won't let me :( I easily get tired. :( Huhu sorry for dumping this in your ask box but thank you so much, ate, for being such an inspiration!:) ...
Hello sweetie! Hmmm. I used to get really tired fast with running. If you like running, I say stick with it. I’ve discovered something about running. There’s this thing which I call the push phase. It’s in the second 5 minutes of the run where you feel like you’ve run for so long but it’s only been less than 10 minutes. When I push myself and keep going despite the feeling of dying (LOL), after that, the run gets easier. I can’t really explain it. Then it feels like you can run forever until the fatigue kicks in. LOL. But. If you’re not ready to push yourself right away, you can try the C25K (couch to 5K) program. It can help build your endurance so you can run longer. But to be honest, I didn’t finish it because I had to cram my training for my 10K. LOL.
Hope this helps! :) Good luck in your journey! I’m always here if you need a fitness accountability partner. :) Also, thank you for your kind message. :)@4 weeks ago
Anonymous asked: If a Pre-med student from another university (a sophomore, perhaps) transfers to UP Manila for a different pre-med course, if ever she gets accepted, will she be accepted as a Sophomore or a Freshman? Thank you!
Heya. It depends on your former course and your future course. There are some subjects that you’ll have to have taken come a certain year in college. If your future course requires you take certain subjects during your first year, you should’ve already taken them in your current university. Usually, you have to check which subjects they’ll credit. If they do credit most of your subjects, most likely, you’ll be accepted as your current year level (sophomore). But if they don’t, you might still need to take those subjects and be delayed a year.
Hope this helps! ;)@1 month ago