Harnessing Student Potential In Microfinance
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Congrats to everyone who made it completely through the week! It was tough, but we did it!
I'd definitely have to say that today was the toughest day for me mentally. I was super exhausted and it definitely showed. I was super sluggish, and for once, was glad that it rained so there wouldn't be rugby practice. When it was finally time to shower though, I almost did a dance, and ended up using most of the hot water (didn't realize that could happen!). After the shower, I…Continue
Posted on April 8, 2011 at 11:18pm — 1 Comment
Today was our last full day of TDC, and I have to say, I think I might miss it. Granted, I will not miss smelling bad and the empty calories, but I really liked the small family that we seemed to build. It was fun to get to know lots of new people, and listen to the experiences they had during the Challenge.
The Bullet article that came out today, basically bashing the members of TDC didn't really hurt my feelings, but it disappointed me that the author didn't really seem…Continue
Posted on April 7, 2011 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment
Today has been the first day that my body has really noticed the empty calories that I've been intaking. I actually ate a lot today! I had a two bananas, a peanut butter sandwich, cookies (88 cents at Dollar General! WHATS UP!), and a piece of pizza (someone donated two pizzas to TDC, which was awesome) before rugby practice today, so I thought I was good to go. Unfortunately, not eating anything really substantial has taken a toll on my body, and I definitely noticed it when I was…Continue
Posted on April 6, 2011 at 10:55pm — 4 Comments
I'm hopeful that the worst of the days this week has passed!
I won't write too much about last night--everyone that was there knows just how crazy it was, and I'm sure we'll be laughing about by the end of the week. Once I saw Dr. Humphrey grab his stuff, I knew it was time to peace out. It stinks that basically everything everyone had got completely soaked, BUT if we all really were in poverty and living on two dollars a day, we would have no way to control the weather. I…Continue
Posted on April 5, 2011 at 10:29pm — 2 Comments