Joy of reading real books. This is a wonderful post by a fellow blogger. If you love real books vs Ebooks, I suggest stopping over and taking a look at the bookshelf she has. You wont’ be disappointed.
Many people often make mistakes. Yet, sometimes we don’t know why. I recently had to make a change in my Biggest Reasons Why Americans Are Overweight post. It was a simple mistake too that anyone can make.
Down at the bottom, when I started talking about “they’re tampering with our health,” I had out instead of our. Simple mistake right?
What about when we make mistakes that are big mistakes, the ones that make us feel a little down?
Today, I finished my workout routine. Well, the Cardiovascular part of it anyway. I found out that I actually had an error in my last calculation on Calories burned. Yesterday, I had thought that I burned about 363 calories, when it was no where near.
Here’s the formula that I used to calculate those Calories. men: calories = [(0.6309 x heart rate) + (0.2017 x age) — (0.09036 x weight) — 55.0969] x time / 4.184.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/221560-the-calories-burned-from-elliptical-training/#ixzz1eBKV2ykn
Gotten from Livestrong.com
See the part where it says — 55.0969]? Yeah, I missed that completely in my calculation. Somehow, someway, I just totally left it out. So, while figuring out the new calculation, I was slightly disappointed.
Can you imagine how disappointing it is to find out that you’re not burning 300+ Calories, but instead you’re burning more like 186. And that’s after increasing your time on the Elliptical to push yourself? Sags head and walks away………
Ok, maybe not quite yet. Unless I’m doing the formula wrong, there’s a big mistake there, but what can we learn from mistakes?
For starters, we can’t dwell on them. We have to move on and learn from them. We have to be more careful next time, so that we won’t make the same mistake again. Life is too short to be filled with fouls.
It also helps to not be tired when you’re writing a blog post. You’re more likely to catch those mistakes. So make sure you get a good nights sleep.
So, what! if. I; make/misteaks….Get over it. That’s all we can do right? Get over it and move on. Learn from them and not bash ourselves too much.
What do you learn from mistakes? Do you think images help blog post?
I promised a review of Encyclopedia Britannica, the Family edition.
It cost me a mere $10, but I have to say, that I’m highly disappointed. First off, the disc wouldn’t even work in the DVD Burner I have. I should have at least read the disc, which would have been able to install it.
All in all, I think it would have been a pleasant experience, if I was able to install it. It says, “WIN/MAC CD Rom Software. Included on the disc are 25,000+ articles, 2,700 images/maps/videos, and a Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary & Thesaurus.
And yes, it works with Windows 7 witch is what I’m using. I just checked the back of the box to make sure. Which I’m almost certain I did so at the purchase of the software.
Despite the fact this journey was slightly disappointing, I’ll continue to purchase and review budget games & software. Provided that they actually work. Up next? Sim City 4 and I know it works, because I bought it back when it was still $20, though you can now get it for $10. Yet, the $20 includes an expansion pack.
Keep an eye out for the next review. Is there a software or game you’d like me to review? Make a suggestion below, as long as it’s under $20.
If you’re a software or game designer and would like me to review a game/software, please leave a comment or send me an email to my public email on my profile.