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    amyleong

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    Ways to Avoid Feeling Exhausted

    Post  amyleong on Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:53 am

    First of all, we are not just any mature, hard-working teenagers, but we are labeled as AHS students, meaning that as soon as we enter junior year, we can say goodbye to friends, fun, and our lives. But because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by the first week of the school year, here are some tips to avoid being tired in order to get that extra boost of energy.
    However, the true amounts of energy lie in our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the way that we function. Small amounts of those restaurant take out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule. It all starts with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perkier toward the rest of your daily routine. Other helpful ingredients include fiber, omega-3, and of course, what our bodies are mostly made up of, good old’ water.
    In addition, eating every three to four hours is also helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals in order to reach your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit. By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking of positive situations, it will help you from becoming too stressful and contribute to a better health. Listening to music is also another effective tune to help drown out those emotions, helping to change a bad mood or even decrease tensions.
    Cutting down on the computer and TV after 8:00 p.m. is also a good part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology, (this also includes videogames) this will increase the time for resting, which means more energy for you. It also helps to lower the thermostat in order to have a good night’s sleep and keep the temperature comfortably cool.
    So now that you’re in a good mood, ate your breakfast to get those extra boosts of energy, and cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way toward being more active and less tired. So even though you are a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion will no longer be something you have to avoid, besides procrastinating on last night’s homework.

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    Copyedit #1

    Post  oisheeshemontee on Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:35 pm

    [Beginning is a little abrupt, maybe take away "first of all", replace with "The students at this schoool"] First of all, we are not just any [some/a bunch of] mature, hard-working teenagers, but we are labeled as AHS students, [replace comma with dash] meaning that as soon as we enter junior year, we can say goodbye to friends, fun, and our lives. But because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by the first week of the school year, here are some tips to avoid being tired in order to get that extra boost of energy.
    However, [The however is unnecessary - delete] the true amounts [not amount, it's a source] of energy lie in our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the way that we function. [Even] Small amounts of those restaurant take out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule. It all starts with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perkier toward [during, not toward] the rest of your daily routine. Other helpful ingredients include fiber, omega-3, and of course, what our bodies are mostly made up of, good old’ [either good old or good ol'] water.
    In addition, eating every three to four hours is also helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals in order to reach your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit. [change period to question mark] By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking of positive situations, it will help you from becoming too stressful and contribute to a better health. Listening to music is also another effective tune [effective tune doesn't really make sense - just say method or way] to help drown out those emotions, helping to change a bad mood or even decrease tensions.
    Cutting down on the computer and TV after 8:00 p.m. is also a good part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology, (this also [delete also] includes videogames) this will increase the time for resting, which means more energy for you. It also helps to lower the thermostat in order to have a good night’s sleep and keep the temperature comfortably cool.
    So now that you’re in a good mood, ate your breakfast to get those extra boosts of energy, and cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way toward being more active and less tired. So even though you are a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion will no longer be something you have to avoid, besides procrastinating on last night’s homework. [It's a rather random jump in topic in that last sentence - either link it better or take out the last part]

    amyleong

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    Post  amyleong on Mon Mar 15, 2010 7:39 pm

    The students at this school are not just a bunch of mature, hard-working teenagers, but we are labeled as AHS students- which mean that as soon as we enter junior year, we can say goodbye to hanging out with friends on the weekends, fun, and other extracurricular activities. Because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by the first week of the school year, here are some tips to avoid being tired so as to get that extra boost of energy.
    The sources of energy that we gain rely on our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the amounts of energy that we have. Even small amounts of those restaurant take-out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule. Losing that extra energy boosts all start with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perky during the rest of your daily routine. Other helpful ingredients to include in your meal include fiber, omega-3, and of course, what our bodies are mostly made up of, good ol’ water.
    In addition, eating every three to four hours is also helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like those found in fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals for reaching your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit? By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking of positive situations, this advice can help you from becoming too stressful and contribute to a better health. Listening to music is also another effective way to help drown out those emotions, contributing to change a bad mood or even decrease tensions.
    Reducing computer and TV usage after 8:00 p.m. is also a good part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology (this includes videogames), you will increase your time for resting as well as gain more energy. It also helps to lower the thermostat to have a good night’s sleep and keep the temperature in your bedroom comfortably cool.
    Now that you’re in a good mood, have eaten your breakfast to get those extra boosts of energy, and have cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way to being more active and less tired. So even though you are a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion is something you won't have to deal with anymore.

    oisheeshemontee

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    Post  oisheeshemontee on Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:06 pm

    The students at this school are not just a bunch of mature, hard-working teenagers, [change comma to dash and delete the but] but we are labeled as AHS students- [change dash to comma] which mean[s] that as soon as we enter junior year, we can say goodbye to [fun,] hanging out with friends on the weekends, fun, and other extracurricular activities. Because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by the first week of the school year, here are some tips to avoid being tired so as to get that extra boost of energy.
    The sources of energy that we gain rely [relies] on our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the amounts of energy that we have. Even small amounts of those restaurant take-out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule. Losing [Do you mean gaining??] that extra energy boosts all start with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perky during the rest of your daily routine. Other helpful ingredients to include in your meal include fiber, omega-3, and of course, what our bodies are mostly made up of, good ol’ water.
    In addition, eating every three to four hours is also helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like those found in fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals for reaching your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit? By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking of positive situations, this advice can help you from becoming too stressful and contribute to a better health. Listening to music is also another effective way to help drown out those emotions, contributing to change a bad mood or even decrease tensions.
    Reducing computer and TV usage after 8:00 p.m. is also a good part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology (this includes videogames [video games - two separate words]), you will increase your time for resting as well as gain more energy. It also helps to lower the thermostat to have a good night’s sleep and keep the temperature in your bedroom comfortably cool.
    Now that you’re in a good mood, have eaten your breakfast to get those extra boosts of energy, and have cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way to being more active and less tired. So even though you are a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion is something you won't have to deal with [as much] anymore.

    amyleong

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    Join date : 2009-09-09

    Revision #2

    Post  amyleong on Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:25 pm

    The students at this school are not just some mature, hard-working teenagers- we are labeled as AHS students, which means that as soon as we enter junior year, we can say goodbye to fun, hanging out with friends on the weekends, and other extracurricular activities. Because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by the first week of school, here are some tips to avoid being tired so as to get that extra boost of energy.
    The energy that we gain relies on our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the amounts of energy that we have. Even small amounts of restaurant take-out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule. Gaining that extra energy boosts all start with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perky during the rest of your daily routine.
    In addition, eating every three to four hours is also helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like those found in fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals for reaching your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit? By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking of positive situations, this advice can help you from becoming too stressful and contribute to a better health. Listening to music is another effective way to help drown out those emotions, contributing to change a bad mood or even decrease tensions.
    Reducing computer and TV usage after 8:00 p.m. is also a good part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology (this includes video games), you will increase your resting time as well as gain more energy.
    Now that you’re in a good mood, have eaten your breakfast to get those extra boosts of energy, and have cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way to being more active and less tired. So even though you’re a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion is something you won't have to deal with as much anymore.

    emilyyang

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    Re: Ways to Avoid Feeling Exhausted

    Post  emilyyang on Sat Mar 20, 2010 2:00 am

    Hey Amy, once you fix up the comments from the email then can you paste those parts in with this version of your article? Thanks!

    The students at this school are not just some mature, hard-working teenagers—we are labeled as AHS students, which means that as soon as we enter junior year, we can say goodbye to fun, hanging out with friends on the weekends, and other extracurricular activities. Because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by the first week of school, here are some tips to avoid being tired so as to get that extra boost of energy.
    The amount of energy that we gain depends on our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the how much energy we have. Even small amounts of restaurant take-out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule. Gaining that extra energy boost all starts with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perky during the rest of your daily routine.
    In addition, eating every three to four hours is helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like those found in fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals for reaching your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit? By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking about positive situations, you can keep yourself from becoming too stressed and lead yourself to better health. Listening to music is another effective way to help drown out those emotions, changing a bad mood or even decreasing tension.
    Reducing computer and TV usage after 8:00 p.m. is also an essential part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology (including video games), you will increase your resting time as well as gain more energy.
    Now that you’re in a good mood, have eaten your breakfast to get an extra boost of energy, and have cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way to being more active and less tired. So even though you’re a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion is something you won't have to deal with as much anymore.

    amyleong

    Posts : 53
    Join date : 2009-09-09

    Revision #3

    Post  amyleong on Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:02 pm

    The students at this school are not just some mature, hard-working teenagers—we are labeled as AHS students, which means that as soon as we enter the new school year ahead of us, an overwhelming feeling lurks ahead, for harsh homework loads, projects and presentations, and terrible test days are well on its way. Because many of us are going to be feeling overly exhausted by these extreme homework loads, here are some tips to avoid being tired so as to get that extra boost of energy.
    The amount of energy that we gain depends on our everyday habits: eating, sleeping, and dealing with problems emotionally. Believe it or not, eating habits play a major role in the how much energy we have. Even small amounts of restaurant take-out foods can contribute to exhaustion in our everyday schedule.
    Gaining that extra energy boost all starts with the most important meal of the day, breakfast, which is a great fuel booster and also serves to help you become more awake and perky during the rest of your daily routine. So make sure to grab a bite to eat on your way to school and prepare to be energized.In addition, eating every three to four hours is helpful in restoring your energy levels and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Small amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats like those found in fish, nuts, and olives are great snacks at these intervals for reaching your meal satisfaction of the day.
    But what’s a healthy diet without being positive and energizing your spirit? By refraining from negative thoughts and thinking about positive situations, you can keep yourself from becoming too stressed and lead yourself to better health. Listening to music is another effective way to help drown out those emotions, changing a bad mood or even decreasing tension.
    Reducing computer and TV usage after 8:00 p.m. is also an essential part of the procedure. By cutting off sources of technology (including video games), you will increase your resting time as well as gain more energy.
    Now that you’re in a good mood, have eaten your breakfast to get an extra boost of energy, and have cut down on your computer and TV time, you are well on your way to being more active and less tired. So even though you’re a student at AHS, with these extra efforts here and there, exhaustion is something you won't have to deal with as much anymore.

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