Monthly Archives: June 2012

The last day of Juneathon

That’s it…today, 30th June, marks the official end of Juneathon. Who succeded? Who was able to exercise everyday for 30 days? How did we juggle all our tasks, commitments, and whatever unexpected events  life brings to us? It requires skill, determination and a bit of craziness. I guess we all agree with this. Well, I […]

#FF goes to Craig Jarrow @TMNinja. I tho

#FF goes to Craig Jarrow @TMNinja. I thought I was organized until I started reading his posts. His time management tips are great

Attempting the World Record Bouncea-thon

Attempting the World Record Bouncea-thon at Loughborough University. Check it out.

The Burden of Disease and the Changing Task of Medicine — NEJM

The Burden of Disease and the Changing Task of Medicine — NEJM.

And the marking season has ended

And the marking season has ended. Full time research from now until September (with some holidays in between). More blogging on the way!

What a difference 4 days make. Juneathon Days 13 – 17

Well, it’s been a couple of days since my last post…lots of work and  virus have slowed me down.The Juneathon goals have been achieved, nonetheless, although carefully…and sometimes the best exercise is not doing anything and let your body rest. I am doing this today. The only plan besides napping and drinking lots of fluids is to […]

Zumba craze – Juneathon Days 11 and 12

  Oh, blissful days of mine. Oh, blissful days of mine. I am back at work and zumbing daily. And that’s great. Juneathon goals have been fully achieved and high levels of happiness have been zooming (or, shall I say, zumbing!!) around. Yesterday, was Zumba fitness (the “normal” one) where you spend a full hour shaking all your […]