#AI #Media #Design #Art

I always enjoyed art, even from a young age. I also like new things, especially with innovation and trends.

Growing up, I naturally gravitated towards creative things, and ended up choosing a design major because it fits with the things I am interested in. I have enjoyed watching how technical things like code and AI have been used for art, and would love to learn enough technical skills to practice this type of art. Right now, I started to learn Python and will move to Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence. I hope that one day, maybe after retirement, I will be able to be a media artist who uses programming to create art.

#Bucket list

I should write a bucket list in order to clarify my goals. This will help me not waste my life. I think bucket lists are important tools for guiding our dreams. However, it is not easy to choose wish list items. I have to choose items that I believe I can accomplish; I know that lots of things I want are not easy to achieve.

#Learning Language

Our brain capacity is limited in terms of the quantity of information we can process at a given time. For me personally, writing is a relatively more difficult skill than speaking because it requires the use of proper grammar and advanced skills such as conjunctions and logical thinking. When I try to employ the heuristic method in the context of my own learning, I find that it can be beneficial at times. However, when I am reading something that contains many unknown vocabulary words, I find it difficult to continue learning according to the heuristic method.

Using language is a cognitive process that requires our attention. Now, attention is a limited resource, and we might not always have enough brainpower to handle a conversation or write a coherent sentence, which are highly complex tasks.

#Workouts #Cadio #Pysiological standpoint #Morning Person

I frequently go to the gym near my house; whenever I have spare time from work, I often try to have a quick workout at the fitness center. Most of the time, I prefer weights; I don’t spend a lot of time with cardio workouts. To me, treadmills are very boring, so I do not use them for more than 10-15 minutes at a time. Although I am trying to incorporate longer cardio workouts, I tend to focus more on weights and muscle-building workouts instead.

I find treadmills to be quite boring, and only use them for 10-15 minutes at a time. I enjoy running outside more, but I do not have a lot of time to do so after work. I suppose a good solution would be to exercise outside more during the weekend, but it’s easier for me to follow a habit of working out in a gym during the week.

When I was in middle and high school, I was a night owl and stayed up late all the time. Now, though, I have become more of a morning person. I wake up at 5am. If I don’t have an early meeting or any urgent tasks, I try to get to the gym around 6. After a 30-40 minute workout, I will shower and take the company shuttle to work. This is generally my morning routine during the week. I’ll also go to bed around 11pm, and sleep about 5 hours per day.

A balanced workout routine, much like a balanced diet, probably incorporates both indoor and outdoor cardio.

#Sleep Hygiene #Sleep Deprivation is Pain

A tired brain can cause an increase in both hunger and appetite, and therefore, food consumption. At the same time, the satisfaction from eating is also compromised, which might cause weight gain. 

Like the brain, the heart is highly sensitive to lack of sleep. Scientific studies point to the causal relationship between lack of sleep and cardiovascular issues.

Opinion of #COVID Vaccine #mRNA #Booster

I heard some negative things about the vaccine and some people, even the young but mostly seniors, experienced harsh side effects. Every person’s body is different and will react differently to vaccines, so in that regard, perhaps scientist should conduct more research. However, I also understand that we didn’t have much choice in the matter seeing as the virus had spread globally.

The mRNA essentially helps us to practice fighting against the covid spike protein. So even though we don’t have the actual covid virus in our bodies, we can still practice. So if we do contract the actual virus, we’ll be able to readily defeat it.

FDA Authorizes Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech Bivalent COVID-19 Vaccines for Use as a Booster Dose

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