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Tuesday, 7 August 2012

For the Exam students


"Yeah I got flaws,
I know I'm not perfect
But all the ups and downs will soon be WORTH IT"


Exam results are here ! (or almost here). Nevertheless this is a tense time for most, myself included. Some will emerge victorious, and some won't (in this instance) . Whichever category you fall in at the present time,
CONGRATULATIONS FOR MAKING IT THIS FAR !


Without further ado, here's a couple tips adapted from Joyce Meyer


1) Hard situations are inevitable.We have to get over our fears of going through tough times. My fellow readers, there's no need to get upset over something we have to do anyway. We already wrote the exams and the papers are already marked. Put on your poker face and go get your results!

2) We have to get over our fear of imperfection and failure (major ones for me).
- God has already planned how our results (no matter how "bad") would lead to our overall
 success (in life not Cape or any other exam)... before we even started the courses. He may not always give us what we WANT but He will always give us what we NEED and what is BEST for us: most importantly WHEN it's the right time (we all know timing is everything).

For the fellow Cape students:

So if we don't get all 1's and 2's in Cape or even a national scholarship...it's not the end of the world....it's actually the start of our journey to achieving all the great gifts that God has already planned for us to receive.

Even though life may not be going how we would like it go everything we face and endure WILL work out better for us, whether you believe so or not.
(what doesn't kill you will make you stronger... )


Disappointment is part of life, the true test of character is how you deal with it. Accept the realities, shake it off, and progress in life just by "putting your best foot forward in every step".
I hope I helped you out somehow. Until next time 

                                  



Friday, 20 July 2012

B-Boy and Tricking Classes

Check out Young10 and Marz in Nebula868's video! 


Wanna move like these guys? This is your BIG opportunity, 

don't miss it.


  • Learn flips, tricks, stunts, basics to parkour and more 
  • FRIDAYS 4-5 pm 
  • Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena (same compound as the National Hockey Centre...behind Eddie Hart grounds. Tacarigua, Trinidad.) 
  • Full gym equipment mats etc. 
  • $40 per session 
  • Contact : (868) 355-6173 *MARS* for more info. 


BBOY YOUNG10 bboy powermove class also on right after Marz's class. Same venue!

  • FRIDAYS 5-6pm 
  • Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena 
  • Full gym equipment mats etc. 
  • $40 per session 
  • Contact number: (868) 357-5124 



With a little practice you can be as skilled as they are!
 Ladies are welcomed :)


Live.Love.Dance

"If you can talk, you can sing: if you can walk, you can dance". Do you agree with that African proverb? I think it needs a bit of adjustment: 

"if you can walk, you can definitely dance in front of your bedroom mirror".

Well, at least that's in my case.


Last Friday night I took off my imaginary dance shoes and went out with a few dancers (me just observing of course). That was a night I thoroughly enjoyed and will absolutely do it again.

I've always wanted to dance randomly in public and make people stand and watch in amazement. However, that obviously never happened but i got pretty close to having that experience....Take a peek.
video


With that said in the above picture... 
On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined  
Feel free to leave a comment recommending a dance school for me to join. 

Thanxx.


Friday, 13 July 2012

First time for everything...

Finally the long awaited july/aug vacation is here! [whoop whoop ] Instead of moping around for 2 months like I normally do, I'm going to spice things up a bit...throw in a little paprika, geera (cumin) and some cayenne pepper into the mix [of life]. Also, since my friend Eleanor is migrating to England in a few months, I wanted to make this holiday one of her best. For such reasons I created a bucket list...well it's in progress.


THE LIST (thus far) :

  1. Take a day trip to San Fernando
  2. Learn to make doubles*
  3. Learn to surf
  4. Skim in Grafton beach (Tobago)
  5. Take the bus to Maracas Bay
  6. Do something random in public
*Doubles is a common street food in Trinidad and Tobago. It is a sandwich made with two bara (flat fried bread) filled with channa (curried chick peas. Topped with a variety of spicy chutneys.


Stay tuned for updates on my progress and also for a few DIY tutorials here and there. I've got a lot of great stuff in store to keep you entertained this vacation. According to Super Jigga TC I have "plenty vybz, plenty vybz and plenty action".


P.S. If you want a little hype at the moment take a listen at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OTGj6YqAhM&feature=related