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If you don't know what it is, it was originally created to help people with narcolepsy which is a disorder that makes you feel sleepy all day. So when you take it but don't suffer from narcolepsy you get this huge boost in wakefulness.
Basically it's a synthetic version of the chemicals in your brain that make you feel awake and alert. It enhances cognitive abilities and gives a huge boost in motivation.
I find that when I take it, I get a huge amount of motivation to get sh*t done, I can't wait to do things and while I'm performing one task, I'm already thinking of the next thing to do.
Also because I work night shift, it helps me stay awake. Although I really don't take it unless I need to (can be expensive) I really get a great result from it.
One of my mates absolutely loves it and has been taking 2 tablets a day for around 6 months. The funny thing is he has now remodeled his entire front and back yard completely by himself and everyday is looking to get a whole enormity of tasks done.
I know when I take it, I get annoyed that the day is coming to an end because I still want to do things and the shops are closing haha.
Anyone else used this stuff?
For a mother, is it heartbreaking to hear a tutor say this about your son and also although my son duno how to express himself yet, he feels it. Hence i am looking for a tutor that can fully committed without 'juding' him at all and giving up on him halfway through.
What are the best free streaming sites to watch movies and tv shows?
I really liked GCSE History and because I got an A* in it, I took it for AS Level. However, I haven't really been adjusting well to the essay writing. I don't entirely understand how to structure the essay in terms of what actually goes into each paragraph. I understand that you need to develop analytical responses whilst having explicit understanding with relevant evidence but it's really difficult to put this all into a paragraph. Also, I get really distracted and it normally takes me ages to write a history essay whereas everyone else completes it within 1 hour.
Ah, I'm doing Edexcel AS History and the units are: Scramble for Africa and Britain and the American Colonies 1740-1769. Can anyone help me with the content in this as well?
I know it's a lot to ask but thank you!
Can someone help me understand the term "Continuous Residence" for someone who wants to naturalize?
I've got my GC in 2012 through family reunion, while I was already a student who lives out of the state. In the first 2 years (2013-2014), I traveled once or twice a year to the US to preserve my residency without any problems at the POE.
Since I had a few years left to finalize my studies and internship, I had applied for a Re-entry Permit and got it in February 2015 valid for 2 years.
During 2015-2016, I got here for short time periods every 6 months and wasn't out for more than 6 months although I was able to due to the fact that I held the re-entry permit. On April 2017, I relocated permanently.
My family lives in the states and relocated almost 5 years ago (~2013). Soon they will apply for their citizenship.
I had an active bank account and filing my taxes every year according to the law in the past 5 years.
I would like to apply for citizenship in 11/2019 after the 30 months physical presence in the US (which I believe to be the earliest possibility).
Is that possible in light of my absence, as was described above, during my studies?