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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Let's Talk About Success

The success of a person greatly depends on his will and determination to achieve it. If a man started to plan how to succeed during the early stage of his life, he is likely to achieve his goal. However, if a man put his future in abeyance, then obviously, he is putting his life at risk. Nobody really knows what lies ahead of us, however, we can have that assurance that everything will be alright if we only consider all the consequences of our every moves. Yes, we do not know what the future holds for us, but we can control the negative factors like failures if we plan our decisions carefully. Man's failure is sometimes equated to wrong decisions in life.

Learning from other's experience is among those factors that could influence us in making the right decisions. we just have to be observant in our surroundings. We must learn how to weigh things out, especially on those issues where we could sometimes compromise. For example, getting into a serious relationship at an early age. We all know that this could be a hindrance to our studies. Still, we sometimes rationalize that we need someone special to inspire us. But for me, it's not really necessary. The very reason why there are cases of teenage pregnancy is simply because of wrong connotations about love. So why take the risk? Another example is wrong choice of companion/friends. We might not admit it, but our wrong impressions about life is an influence we got from our so-called "friends".

Indeed, our success solely depends on us. The formula is very simple. We just have to live our life to the fullest wherein we can be an asset to our society instead of a liability. We should act to inspire others, especially our family. If we have a wrong decisions in the past-just move on and learn from it. Like others, I also believe in second chances- we all deserve second chances. After all, life is all about chances. All we need is faith and love from our loved ones in order to survive.



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Friday, August 10, 2018

Embracing the World of Toxicity

Have you been into a situation wherein you're given a task that is beyond your line of duty and it happened because they find you as the perfect fit for the job descriptions. Well, it's not really an issue. However, there are some people who treats you like a machine. They let you overworked by giVing you one task after the other. Honestly, I am flexible type of person. I am teachable and able to adjust well to any task that I'll be assigned to. However, this positive attitude sometimes leads me to the world of toxicity- that is, having the feeling of being exploited with the things that you're capable of. Another thing, I appreciate it when I'm corrected with my work because through that I'll be able to learn, but if your work is being corrected multiple times because after correcting your work based on their comment, another correction follows and so on and so forth- it's a real headache honestly. No human could stand their patience for long given that  kind of situation?

Now, I realized, it's not at all times good to show to the people what you've got. You know why? You'll be misused, overused, exploited.

Sad reality.



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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Professionals For Dementia Care

The Worrisome Disease

There is a lot of confusion surrounding dementia. Unless it affects you or your family specifically, you may not ever learn the full particulars about what dementia is and what it entails. Essentially, dementia itself is not a disease. Rather it's the name given to a group of symptoms. Sometimes, dementia can turn into the more popularly known Alzheimer's. Other times, dementia can be caused because of a stroke. Sometimes, the causes of dementia just aren't as clear or unknown entirely.

One of the largest and most profound symptoms of dementia is memory loss. This can affect their ability to communicate or conduct language. Other symptoms of dementia include the inability to focus as well as pay attention, being able to utilize reason and judge fairly, and they may have visual problems. Memory loss, however, is the culprit behind dementia and eventually Alzheimer's.

For many, it can seem simple by merely affecting their short-term memory. So, they may forget where they put their keys or wallet, or if they paid their bills or not, or even to cook a meal for themselves. They may even forget to take their medications or go to scheduled appointments. As the disease continues, the memory becomes even worse, eventually affecting the long-term memory as well.

Professional Care

Because of the difficulties with the disease, if you're faced with a loved one developing dementia, you may want to consider dementia care Norwalk CT. While you may feel that you can take care of your loved one, at times they are going to need care that you are not trained or prepared to give. As such, to ensure their maximum health and safety, it is best that you give trained professionals a try to help them instead.

You can still help your loved one in other ways, but an experienced professional who knows how to care for a dementia patient can only help your loved one. For their best interest, call them now.




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Monday, August 6, 2018

Maintaining Moral Decency


James Reid sitting next to a window: 'Anong masama dun?' Blogger, Mocha Uson rumesbak sa mga kritiko ng 'pepederalismo' video scandal
Photo not mine
Being in a government agency where people are scrutinizing the way you behave and act on a certain issues is absolutely not an easy job. As for me, I have nothing against those who tried to help pursuing a positive change for our country, those who are in tune with what the President are trying to achieve. However, there are just some cases that the entrusted people of the President should take into consideration. Considering that the President have lots of critics, especially those from the opposing political lineage, they should be sensitive enough with all their actions because everything they do will affect the President.

With the hot issue right now about federalism, I am neither agree nor disagree with it. I trusted the President of all his wisdom about it. Helping him in promoting the issue is not bad at all as long as it will not defeat his ultimate purpose. However, with what goes viral right now in the social media regarding Mocha Uson's way of promoting federalism wherein his co-blogger, Drew Olivar did a just for fun choreographed dance with a double meaning lyrics of the song that goes along with it, it really stir up varied reactions from the viewers, not to mention the government leaders who found it to be disgusting enough to be published and viewed in the social media. Personally, I don't like it as well. Indeed, it's so disgusting, an unbecoming actions for a government official. Both of them responded to people's reaction claiming that they have done nothing wrong and it is just the people who tried to put malice on the lyrics. Well, they could made all the alibis that they have in mind but they cannot justify what they did because the truth is, people find it offending at all. Who could blame them, after all? They should have considered the consequences of their actions- they should have maintained moral decency especially that they have the social media as their main platform- and the greater population as their critics.



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For the Love of my Profession

I've been teaching for a total of 13 years, 11 years in HEI as part-time instructor and 4 years in public high school. The teaching job is not easy but because of my love, commitment, and pure dedication on this job, I embrace the complexity, the burden as well as the "challenges" (in broader sense) of this job. Yes, there are lots of things that should be reviewed in the system but nevertheless, we are still holding on to this job. You know the reason why? It's not merely about our salary because honestly it's not that rewarding considering the many ancillary that held us accountable. It's all about passion. Our passion to mold younger generation in order to make them a useful citizen in the future. In fact, it is our great pride seeing them excel in their chosen craft. How much more seeing them becoming a mentor as well. Right now I have four colleagues who used to be my students in the university where I used to teach. I could only wish that few years from now, more of my students will finish their studies. Their success is what fuels us to do more, to strive harder, to go on and hold on to this job. Yes, teaching is the noblest profession of all. If there are some teachers you know who dreaded this job then probably they're just been mistakenly took this job for the wrong reason.

I am so proud that I am a teacher. A catalyst of change!


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Saturday, August 4, 2018

A New Approach to Teaching Children


An Early Education

It has been made clear that for a child to be successful later in life, their education plays a heavy role. Because of this, many parents are seeking ways to introduce education early to their child. However, not all children are, themselves, prepared for some of the approaches that certain schools take. For many, they are still in certain parts of their development and thus are not prepared or ready for the traditional forms of education. However, there is an educational approach that has seen wide popularity in Silicon Valley and has been reaching other parts of the country since.

This approach is called the Reggio Emilia model. In this model, Reggio Emilia schools mix play with education. Effectively, they examine the child's interests and create a model of education that mixes those interests with learning. In this way, the child is developing without even realizing that they are receiving an education. For many schools, this is an art-based approach, although certainly not limited to it.

One of the schools in Florida that has seen incredible success by adopting the Reggio Emilia model is Bartram Academy. While they keep their school size small, this allows the teachers to know their students and their students' families closely. Relationships are formed, and teachers are then better equipped to understand the child's interests and strengths and come up with lesson plans that better impact them. Considering that the Reggio Emilia model was given the award of being one of the best educational systems in the world in 1991, there is something to be said for it.

Whether you live in Florida or elsewhere, you may want to consider placing your child in a school that focuses on this form of a model. From one-year-olds to pre-kindergarten, many of these schools are still looking for students. However, because of the rising popularity of the Reggio Emilia model, seats are filling quickly. If you want your child to have a headstart, you should act now.





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