What is a healthy diet?

This is such a challenging subject it seems. And yet it isn’t. But what makes a healthy diet is still such an area of confusion to so many people. And even when you follow your version of a healthy diet- is it really that?

I thought I would share my thoughts on diet. As a person who has been very food focused for many years, I’ve definitely read a great deal, experimented a lot, and am still finding myself frustrated and confused.

However, right now, and since I hired my coach, I feel better than I have all year. Do I look better? Well I still don’t feel as lean as I like to, but my show is still 6 weeks away and slowly but surely I am getting there. Before I go into what I’m doing now, I’ll share some of the things I’ve tried. And keep in mind, that although these things have worked for weight loss, they haven’t been very good for health or performance.

Language Exchange Cafe Meetup: Hyehwa

These days I know I need to learn and use more Korean. Especially when someone asks me, "How long have you been in Korea?" To which I say, "Four years now." And then the usual response is, "Oh! You must speak Korean very well!" Sorry, not really.

It's a sad fact that clouds my life here in Korea, but don't get the wrong idea. I know how to read Korean very well and have a good bag full of phrases and sentences I can use to get by. I understand most of what people say around me, but as far as conversation and full understanding that is still yet to be accomplished. So I have decided to try out language exchange happenings through group meetups.

I found one such group through, and it looked promising. They have several locations you can go join, and I was pleased to see one open up near me in Hyehwa. 

If you haven’t notice I am a big fan and practitioner of...

If you haven’t notice I am a big fan and practitioner of Muay Thai. However, it was only recently that I started learning the sport. My brother was the one who got me started. He was learning Wing Chun for a couple of months, but decided to switch it up. After a week or two he finally decided to give Muay Thai a shot.

English Teachers Reflect On Changing Role in Globalization Age

English teachers at the KOTESOL conference in Seoul focus on their professional development.

Free Chayon-Ryu Martial Art Introductory Lesson - Busan Y.M.C.A.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 - 19:00

Location: Busan Y.M.C.A. (17TH Floor)
Address:1143-13 Choryang 3 dong, Dong-gu, Busan
Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Grandmaster Kim Soo will conduct a FREE introductory lesson on this day to launch his new Chayon-Ryu (Natural Way) Martial Art class at the Y.M.C.A.  His classes at the Y.M.C.A. will start October 8th and will end November 26th, classes will be held every Wednesday and Friday from 7:00-8:30pm.  

Grandmaster Kim Soo welcomes men, women, youth and seniors of all levels and from all nationalities. Note: Grandmaster Kim Soo is fluent in Korean and English and can speak some Russian and Spanish.


 Hi everyone

Im looking for partners to do a capoeira (preferably - angola, but regional also welcome) itself and training (). If you interested - email me on

if you don't know what's capoeira - visit youtube

and if you're interested - contact me by i can give a beginner lessons.


im not a mestre or instructor, just capoeira fan with experience. 

and yes, i'm a foreigner 




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