Anyone here a full-time student?

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Anyone here a full-time student?

#1 Postby carol_n » Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:22 pm

Hey guys,

As a full-time student, I find it very challenging to adhere to healthy plant-based that is also sufficient for optimal work outs. This is because:

a) I'm poor (and as a result tend to just eat my mum's cooking, which isn't always ideal plant food)
b) I'm constantly studying - uni is very demanding (and thus my time is limited)
c) I work several part-time jobs (again, time problem)
d) I'm a terrible cook

I guess you don't have to be a student to relate to this. Your circumstances in life might hinder your capacity to lead a vibrant, fully-embraced plant-based lifestyle. So I was just wondering for those who are in similar situations, what do you do to tackle these problems? Any advice in any shape or form is appreciated. :)

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Re: Anyone here a full-time student?

#2 Postby muchidna » Mon Sep 09, 2013 9:07 pm

i can relate sure, just experiement with cooking, indian spices + curries are relatively idiot proof, just make up on the spot, store well and have good protein contend (for chickpea curries atleast)
You should see if your campus has a gym

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