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Never starve yourself.

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Have you ever felt sleepy and hungry at the same time during midnight?

My answer: YES and it sucks! 

Being hungry and sleepy at the same time is really distressing because I'm too sleepy to eat but I'm too hungry to sleep too wtf. It happened to me last night, which made my night super terrible and sleepless. I actually went to bed at around eleven but my mind was distracted by a small part of a scary movie I watched in the morning. Damn I shouldn't have watched it because I'm not the kind of person who can stand even a light dose of horror. T_T I dunno but I just couldn't control my mind to stop thinking about the ghastly scenes. Sometimes when I'm alone, I would imagine that "someone" is around me, watching me and yes I'm that foolish loll. 

Okay back to the topic. I struggled not to think of the horrible scenes I watched but the more I tried to steer my mind off it, the more of the stupid things come to mind. I gave up on sleeping and ended up scrolling Instagram and Twitter until I'm tired of staring at the phone. 

After a few moments of aimless scrolling, I finally felt sleepy again and I was like YES NOW I CAN SLEEP. *off to sleep like a little bunny* But my tummy growled at me and I came to realized that I was actually hungry. -_- Usually when I encounter scenarios as such, I will ignore the hunger and urge myself to sleep. (Hunger vs Sleep, Sleep wins every time) So I did the same last night: I tried to ignore the hunger and sleep. However, my hunger was constantly bugging me and it was getting worse as time passed. I swear I didn't skip dinner nor am I on a diet. It got more and more severe that I had to get off bed and get myself some food. 

Grunting to myself, I stumbled to the kitchen reluctantly. At first, I found a lovely biscuit - "Xiang Bing" that mummy bought from Ipoh and I munched it as quickly as possible so that I can go back to sleep. To no avail, the biscuit did not seem to help a teeny bit; but in fact, the hungry feeling in my tummy only worsened. I dunno whether should I consider it "hunger" or "gastric pain", what mattered in the meantime was only the sickening feeling in my rebellious tummy.

Then I got myself another piece of sesame biscuit in hope to ease my gastric pain. Gradually, I felt slightly okay after that and I thought I could just float to my land of nod but the situation was getting worse that I felt as if my liver was going to shred. T_T I did not want to make an issue of this and I didn't like the idea of disturbing my family members who were all sleeping in the arms of morpheus. Clenching my jaws, I told myself to sort this out on my own. In the end, I decided to make myself a cup of warm Milo. -_- Luckily, the gruesome feeling was gone after that. I love you, warm Milo!! 

So all in all, this lesson taught me to never starve myself, not even once if possible. Calling out to all of you out there too, especially the ones who tend to go purposelessly on-diet: One day, starving will take its toll on your health. Don't taunt your beautiful life with something you don't need.

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  1. True enough. A diet without proper nutrition can be very hazardous but on the other hand, a healthy diet can actually prevent such things from happening. Fortunately, the warm Milo saved your night :)

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  2. AJ Allmendinger set to try out Generation 6 NASCAR car at Phoenix International Speedway
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    Yes, AJ Allmendinger will reprise his role with Phoenix Racing this weekend. But it will be Allmendingers debut in the new Generation 6 vehicle. His ride? The No. 51 Guy Roofing Chevy SS.

    Although Allmendinger admits it will take a little time to get acclimated to it, the 31-year-old driver has always been a fan of Phoenix International Raceway. In eight starts, Dinger has started from the front row three times including when he earned the pole for this race in 2010. In 2010, he also posted top 10s in both races including a career-high sixth.

    I've always enjoyed the race track, Allmendinger said. "It will definitely feel different, but I'll be ready to go.

    "It helps to go to a track that I enjoy already. It's a tough race track, especially with the repave. It starts off so slick when we make our first few laps, then it gains grip. It picks up a ton of grip pretty quickly, then it goes back to being slick for the race. It's definitely a challenging race track.

    I know the guys will have a good race car ready for the weekend. I was really impressed with their run last week at Daytona. It showed that they're putting together solid equipment and have a good feel for the new car. I think for the first 30 to 45 minutes I'll have to ease into it and get used to the new car, but after that, I'll be up to speed and ready to go.

    Allmendinger was sidelined last summer from NASCAR competition after testing positive for Adderall at Kentucky Speedway in June. He was subsequently dismissed from the seat of the No. 22 Penske Racing Dodge while completing the Road to Recovery. In October, James Finch offered Dinger a ride with Phoenix Racing at Charlotte.

    Lately, Allmendinger has shown a proficiency to get up to speed in whatever type of race car he drives whether its a stock car, a Grand American or an IndyCar. On Wednesday, Allmendinger tweeted about a hard training session at the Penske Racing shop followed by working hard to keep getting stronger for whatever opportunity comes next."









    Allmendinger acknowledged that testing the No. 2 Penske Racing IndyCar at Sebring International Raceway on Feb. 19 provided quite the workout. But the affable racer is being coy about that next opportunity. According to Roger Penske, Allmendingers next open wheel stint will be the two-day test at Barber Motorsports Park on March 12-13.

    Penske said on Sunday he thought Allmendingers test at Sebring was very positive overall.

    When he jumped in the car, he was quick right out of the box, Penske said. When he got down to that last half a second, he saw it was going to take a little more time. Were excited. Obviously, we plan on running him in the two-day test at Barber and in the race.

    The big question is can we get him an oval test and then maybe Long Beach and go to Indy?

    Allmendinger is scheduled to drive for Phoenix Racing at Bristol Motor Speedway, Auto Club Speedway and Martinsville Speedway. However, the current IndyCar plan to race in the Grand Prix of Alabama on April 7 would preclude Allmendinger from NASCAR competition.

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