” There is no giant step that does it. It’s
a lot if little steps. “
This quote emphasizes how being successful doesn’t just happen over night. You need to work for it and little by little you will reach your goal. It takes a lot of time and commitment but it’s not impossible. For example, if you play soccer, you can’t expect to be really good when you first try it. It takes time, dedication, and practice to become better and better. Many people expect really good result too fast. You must be patient and have the desire to be better.
Duties and responsibilities: recreation therapist plan, direct and coordinate treatment for patients with disabilities, illnesses, or injuries. There is many different methods used to help the patients well-being emotionally, physically, and socially.
Salary: $ 42,000
Education: to become a recreational therapist you need at least a Bachelor’s degree
Reflection: I think i would like to become a recreational therapist because it seems like an interesting and entertaining job i would enjoy doing.
” Right is right, even if everyone is against it; and wring is wrong, even if everyone is for it. “
– William Penn
Reflection: Doing what is right is always better than doing wrong, no matter if the wrong thing is more appealing. wrong is wrong no matter how good it looks. Always do the right thing even if nobody gives you an award or whatever. Do it for yourself, to feel good within your inner self.
Day 2 of anniversary week and for our mash up creation today I will bring you an ice cream mashed up with a proudly Filipino product, the Chocnut!
Chocnut for those who haven’t tried them is a crushed peanut and chocolate bars similar to the texture of a fine polvoron, its nutty, its chocolaty, a bit gritty but it will definitely tease most taste buds of any Filipino. If you had tried Reese’s then this is the rustic version.
I am not sure if Chocnut have been used as an ice cream flavour but in case not here it is using my trusted ice cream recipe I now bring you the Chocnut Ice Cream.
2 1/2 cups cream
1 1/2 cup milk
1 1/4 cups sugar
18 pcs Chocnut
1/4 cup finely ground roasted peanuts (you can use food processor to make these)
2 tbsp cocoa powder
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