Three weeks ago I chipped my front tooth whilst drinking from a glass bottle at a night club, my friend is a very adventurous dancer and has been known to throw his limbs about, in this incident his arm was the weapon of choice and my tooth the innocent victim. Anyway due to having had to have a cap put on (so I could happily venture out of my house!) I'm unable to drink tea for a month or so until I feel as though it has settled. (I'm not allowed coffee or wine either, but that's not the point) From going to drinking 4 cups of tea a day on average to nada, my body has really felt the difference, surprisingly the benefits. I always used to have a cup of tea before I went to sleep every night but now ( having been on fruit tea for the past week) I've slept like a baby, I've noticed that despite a severe lack of caffeine I've felt much more energetic and in turn productive. I did however give in last night, the tea bags were tempting me and the kettle was convincing me, I couldn't resist. I thought I'd feel waves of satisfaction wash over me but I actually disliked the taste. Despite my little relapse I don't think their is a future for me and tea! tooth luck tetley!
Anyway revision is firmly underway with my revision notes firmly plastered all over the walls of my parents house (yes even the toilet!) the ceiling seems to be falling in (surprisingly not due to the lack of notes I've stuck on it) because there is just far too much to learn! There is 30 days until my first (Biology) exam, I'm running out of time!!!!