First of all, I want to thank you guys for the support, you're the best, even better than some real life friends. I'm deeply touched by your words. I decided to move on with my own research project and as Jennifer suggested, I'll talk to other professor from our department about my work, hopefully I'll get some feedback from them. And definitely I'm agree with Juliet that a good academic doesn't mean a good teacher/leader/advisor. If one day I could be a professor, I'd try my best to support my students to go through this hard process of research.
Finally, I'll do all things that Liz, Erica, Julia, Alicia, Lindsay suggested. I went to the gym this afternoon for an athletic conditioning class... it wasn't the best fitness class, but at least I got some endorphins and a workout. For the thanksgiving, I'll do yoga, movie, running, candles and of course work, a lot of work. (the good thing to be alone in US is not have to decline parties invitation because I have to work)
okay. Back to eats. I'll warn you that when I'm feeling low...I don't have much appetite. So, what you'll see won't be very interesting....
Breakfast: I wasn't in mood for sweet brekkie, so I went for a toasted muffin with two poached egg whites with some salsa and laughing cow, along with an apple and coffee as usual.
Morning snack: ricotta+wheat berries
Lunch: leftover soup and a small bowl of rice
Pre-workout snack: toasted muffin with laughing cow and PB.
By dinner time, I began to feel hungry (signal of feeling better?). So, I had a big plate of food.
Roasted cauliflower and Brussels sprouts (with canola oil, S+P), brown rice with chickpeas and Tj's grilled chicken with BBQ sauce.
Finally I could enjoy a meal.
Dessert was mix of fresh blueberries, fage and baked butternut squash (it's so sweet that I like to have it as dessert). And 2 marrocs.
I hope tomorrow I can feel even better than today~~
And once again, thank you! I really appreciate your comments and suport.
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