ski jump

Zia Terry must have a tremendous amount of courage to be able to stare down this massive slope and do what she did.



ski jump
The US Womens Ski Jumping Team caught wind of the video and they were so impressed that they asked Zia to visit Olympic Park in Park City to meet them in person.

First-ranked women’s ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson had this to say:

“We just wanted to thank you for showing over a million people what it’s like to ski jump.. and having the courage to do that. So we’d like to make you’re an honorary junior team member”

Zia is a wonderful example of facing your challenges, and overcoming your fear. I’m so proud of Zia!

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mashtop beer vs coffee info

It is said there is a time for everything, and also that everything in moderation is key. It would seem those two ideas fit in nicely with the good and the bad of Beer and Coffee. Without further ado, take a look at your brain on Coffee vs Beer:


mashtop beer vs coffee info
source: ilovecoffee

Wow. That is really informative. Let’s recap:

Beer

Benefits: Beer puts you at ease with the world and ushers in a more creative state. Great ideas come easier with beer.

Drawbacks: Beer can make you drowsy and decrease memory.

When to drink: When you’re looking for a creativity boost.

Coffee:

Benefits: Gives you a jolt of caffeine that only takes minutes to kick in. This will quickly boost your energy and focus.

Drawbacks: Your body will require more coffee to get the same effect over time.

When to drink: Once you have an idea and are ready to execute, drink some coffee to help you focus!

Conclusion: Don’t drink too much beer or coffee, or you will lose the benefits of both. Happy Drinking!

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