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  1. I like your suggestions, especially the overnight oats. I wish I had a dog (always wanted one) where I could spend time with on my study breaks. Thanks for the detailed answers! WHen I'm on my fitness grind, I love making shakes. My favorite combo is: 1 scoop whey, 8-12oz whole milk (or 1% milk / almond milk if im on a cutting phase), 1 whole banana, 2 tbsp peanut butter, and 1/2 cup of dry oats. Has a good balance of carbs, protein, and measurable fats. If you like eggs, a great way to save time is to buy egg whites that come in a container. I hate having to separate the yolk and thus wasting an entire egg. Another good source of protein is ground turkey 93-99% lean. I would mix that with some eggwhites+spinach in a skillet, and a bagel or 2-3 slices of toast for carbs. Quick and easy meal in less than 15 minutes. Good luck! See you in the workforce
  2. Awesome article. I'll be sure to frequent this page once I start Nursing school. Few questions.. 1) What kind of snacks would you bring along? Dry nuts? 2) What kind of things would you prepare the night before to have a smooth running morning? What did your breakfast consists of? 3) What are some methods/techniques you used to help you relax from studying? Did you go for walks, or maybe call a friend for 10 minutes?
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