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Tabitha Nichole

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About Tabitha Nichole

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    United States.
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    Music, drawing/painting, hiking/rock climbing, reading, learning, travel, fitness, school...etc
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  1. Paranoid: Moderate Schizoid: Moderate Schizotypal: Moderate Antisocial: Moderate Borderline: Low Histrionic: Moderate Narcissistic: Very High Avoidant: Low Dependent: Low Obsessive-Compulsive: Moderate yikes...
  2. You belong to the Owl (INTP) Tribe! Quiet and pensive, you are the person who stands in the corner of the room taking mental notes about everything that is going on. You avoid the center of the room like the plague; the constant action disturbs the beautiful confluence of theories swirling about in your mind. It’s not that you don’t like people. You just find some of them to be crude and stupid; and who wants to hang out with stupid all day long? Abstract ideas are far more interesting and, when fully understood, far more rewarding.
  3. If there were a way to create a system of required education that teaches all people to be open-minded, master the skill of critical thinking, and learn to be truly tolerant of others. This would eliminate so many of the issues in our world, I think. ...... added to this post 0 minutes later: I just noticed that a few other people had similar responses.
  4. I forgot to eat! I guess I will make a salad and also have some tomato soup... and chips and salsa.
  5. Doing some reading and working on ideas/notes for an upcoming paper. Also, going to the gym shortly.
  6. Took a shower, and i'm getting ready to start on some homework
  7. A damn fine cup of coffee
  8. The rainy and cool overcast weather I have the day free to finish up a decent amount of homework at my favorite cozy little coffee shop My cat is curled up next to me
  9. I have always just been naturally thin for my entire life. I have for the most part, not maintained a healthy lifestyle at all. I have had several injuries which cause constant pain in my neck, shoulders and back... and I also have moderate scoliosis. This is not a good combination, and really causes me to be in pain 24/7. About 6 years ago I decided to make a major lifestyle change for my own health reasons. I got a gym membership and started going every day. I started watching my eating and drinking habits very strictly, only a couple of alcohol beverages on the weekends. I would look at all ingredients and I would do meal planning and cook for myself rather than eating out. I did between 1 and 2 hours of cardio (split between early morning and evening), 50 to 150 leg lifts, repetitive small weights, a few ab exercises, a few squats, some push ups and some stretches. I felt seriously incredible, and my body pain was reduced by about 85% (no joke). I had endless energy, and never even wanted any junk food. This lasted for about 2 years, until I moved from Illinois to California. Once I moved, it was harder and harder to maintain my healthy lifestyle. I ended up back where I was to begin with, unfortunately... and so I am not feeling too great these days. About a month and a half ago I decided that I am really sick of this, so I got a gym membership. I am still naturally pretty thin, but definitely not in shape at all. I have been going a few days of each week and slowly am getting a routine. I still need to correct my eating and drinking habits, but it's definitely my plan to do so. My goal is to eventually get back (as close as possible) to the same routine that I had back before I moved. It is hard to balance this with school and work, but I will get there. I look forward to feeling as healthy again as I did at that one point in time. It is possible, I just have to learn to be strict again. Good luck to you!
  10. I deactivated mine at some point between 4 and 5 years ago. I have never even considered having one again.
  11. Spaghetti and a salad.
  12. Relaxing and winding down with the hopes of going to sleep soon.
  13. Just got off work and drove home.