Meal & exercise log: 14.03.2014

Breakfast (5.16am): 1 hops with 2 tbsp. tuna salad, 1 tbsp. mayonnaise, salad with lettuce, and tomatoes, 1/2 cup almond milk, 3/4 cup coconut juice.

A.M. snack (9.30am): 3/4 cup coconut water.

Lunch (10.54am): 2oz plantain, 4oz kidney beans, 1 BBQ drumstick, 4oz boiled potatoes, 3/4 cup coconut juice, 1 cup water.

P.M. snack (4.00pm): 14 grapes, 12 almonds, 1 cup water.

Dinner (5.00pm): 3inch sub with tuna, green pepper, pineapple, cucumber, tomato, onion in Italian bread with pepper, mustard and shadon beni sauce, 1cup water

Unplanned meals:

8.20 pm: Remainder of sub, 1 cup water, 3/4 cup coconut water

11.30 pm: 1 chicken patty, 1 hops, lettuce, cucumber, tomato, 1tbsp. BBQ sauce, 1 cup chai tea

Medication: 1 Pantecta 15 minutes before dinner, 1 Glucophage and 1 Fluoxetine after dinner.

The greatest danger to our future is apathy – Jane Goodall

As time goes by the danger that apathetic behavior poses to society is becoming all too clear. And a prime example of a society slowing eroding thanks to said problem is Trinidad & Tobago.

Girl kicked off football team to stop ‘impure thoughts’

What about teaching the boys about boundaries and personal responsibility? How about a lot less praying and bit more logic there Mr. Principal?

Her parents are just as bad, if she’s good enough to be considering a football scholarship there’s probably a school with a more sensible outlook that would love to have her.


When Pigs Are Given a Badge – My Mother, Sister and I are Currently Facing Federal Charges in Trinidad & Tobago

Our police service has always been horrible at their jobs and I can only recall one time that I needed help and received it without being treated like a criminal. I feel terrible for this girl and I am reblogging it in the hope that someone somewhere will be able to help her.

That being said its amazing that we have officers like these getting away with persecuting and falsely imprisoning tourists while Rowley’s busy hawking fabricated emails.

Don’t we have enough real problems here in Trinidad and Tobago or have we finally become so corrupt that there is no saving us anymore?