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Remember everyone’s path is different.
TRY keeping a goalie journal to help focus more of your game!”
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Celebrating achievements! Recently 7 young people aged 14-17 achieved their 50 hour bronze millennium volunteering award here at Nubia Y.C and are working towards their next award! 14 young people aged 13-17 achieved their basic first aid & 9 others completed mindset mental health awareness training. Last few months of 2017 were a goodun.... so much more opportunities coming for our young people in 2018.... Watch this space! Well done folks- be proud of yourself! #volunteers#achievements#accreditation#youthwork#learning#development#nubiayouthclub#youthworkworks
Just back from a fantastic couple of days in Birmingham where I was refreshing my knowledge on the dietary treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and learning all about the low FODMAP diet for the treatment of IBS and how to utilise it with clients.
Not surprisingly 90% of individuals with IBS feel that their symptoms are linked to their diet.
Out of 10 patients who attend an initial consultation with a Dietitian for basic 1st line dietary advice for IBS.. 5 will experience a significant reduction in their symptoms.
50% is a very good success rate for a dietary treatment.
Furthermore, of those who go on to trial a low FODMAP diet, 75% will experience a significant improvement in their symptoms WHEN THE ADVICE IS PROVIDED BY A DIETITIAN!! 75% is an excellent success rate!
So if nearly all people feel that diet is a major trigger for their IBS and with such good success rates from dietary treatment provided by a Dietitian.. I would definitely encourage all those suffering with it to seek dietary help for their condition we probably CAN help many of you!
A very insightful and enjoyable couple of days discussing and sharing practice ideas with other like minded professionals. You can never have enough knowledge!
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I write a ton of code, AND I meditate - here's why. Both are extremely important for my sense of wellbeing. I've been making computers do things since I was ten years old (yeah it was a LOOOOONG time ago, longer than you'd think actually... it was the 80s haha), fascinated by the power I had to make things happen on the screen. Eventually I became a professional full time programmer (I'm part-time freelance programmer, part time meditation teacher now). Along the path I found many challenges. In my late 20s, I had the realisation that my MIND was very important, because it was the thing that let me write code effectively, and my job depended on that, and my life depended on my job, so I better figure out how to take care of it (especially as, being a careful programmer, I'd trained my mind to watch out for things that could go wrong, which fed into my naturally anxious tendencies, and when I'm stressed I'm less effective at coding). A wise person in my life introduced me to mindfulness and meditation (which I like to call Attention Regulation Training, sounds much more appealing) and I've been doing it ever since. .
The main benefits I find are (1) I recognise when I'm stressed, and know how to relax - an essential part of meditation training is learning about how stress manifests and how to release that stress when it's getting in the way - as much fun as coding is, burnout is a thing and we need to effectively prevent it (2) I recognise when I'm distracted or focused, and have learned how to "bring myself back" to the task at hand (meditation develops focus and concentration over time, sooooo valuable during coding sessions (3) my creativity takes a jump - having regular scheduled times to give my mind rest periods through meditation means it stays curious and creative, which helps me solve those problems I gotta solve....
The Ultimate Guide to Meditation for Programmers is on its way. I'd love your help writing it. DM if you're interested in helping me with this project (the results will be free for everyone!).
A word to beginners from Nate Taggart on this week's episode of #TheTechAcademyPodcast! Listen to the whole episode on our website, iTunes or your favorite podcast app! — Learncodinganywhere.com/podcasts