Wednesday, February 10, 2010

WFW: Love

LOVE Month.. every couple seems too busy... I just don't know what consumes their thoughts and hearts right now... Valentines' Day for me isn't really that special... We can show love and spread love everyday in our own little way...
Well, for lovers out there who haven't planned yet you are cordially invited to our Valentine Concert featuring this year's True Love Waits theme: ANYTHING THAT IS WORTH HAVING IS WORTH WAITING FOR...
See you then at Celebration Church international (located at Rizal Theatre, Capistrano, CDO City)
Tickets are available for P10.00 only...
Don't miss this moment...
Give love...
   Feel loved.....
      God is love....
             Be inspired with God....

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

TCP: John Q

How much risk are you willing to take for your love to your child...
Jonh Q has the answer. Portrayed by Mr. Denzel Washington, this is a story about a father who is willing to risk his life just to save his beloved only son... When I watched this movie, it was really very moving..
Check its summary right HERE

Monday, February 8, 2010

No More Cooked Rice?

Prices on basic commodities are getting higher... Just recently we had our LPG tank refilled and it has an increase of almost P200.00. Well, oil price hike is quite unbearable now but by the grace of God we're able to survive.
The science and technologies now never stop in innovating/ discovering ideas that will help the situation. In fact I have read a news about a rice invented by Indian Agriculture Scientist which need not to cook anymore.. Amazing isn't it? Well take a look at this video:

If India can do that, well, why not give it a try Kapuso?

Saturday, February 6, 2010

MUST Days Finale

The 3-day MUST Days finally took its toll with a great fireworks...
Check it out here

Friday, February 5, 2010

6 Ways to Reduce Stress and Protect Your Heart (a well-taken info)

Reduce the harmful effects of stress on your heart and mind.

Medically reviewed by Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt, MD
People with heart health concerns should be especially careful about managing the different sources of stress in their lives. The body's natural response to stress can increase your heart rate, raise your blood pressure, and release stress hormones, according to experts at the Journal of American Medicine Association. Stress also forces the heart muscle to work harder. high cholesterol levels, a person's inclination toward smoking, the urge to overeat, and lack of interest in physical activity. Robert Ostfeld, MD, M.Sc., an associate professor of clinical medicine at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City, adds that stress can put a strain on blood vessels and predispose a person to heart disease. "It's not healthy for you heart," says Dr. Ostfeld, "but there are a variety of techniques that can help you reduce the stress in your life." The American Heart Association (AHA) suggests that acute and chronic stress may also affect other risk factors and behaviors, such as
  1. Build a Support System
    Start by talking to your spouse, family, and close friends about your health and your aspirations to manage the stress in your life. They may be able to help you take on, reduce, or alleviate certain stressors. You may also consider joining a support group for people with similar heart-related health conditions or starting individual counseling to help you learn more effective ways for tackling stressful situations.
  2. Recognize Your Stress Triggers
    Learn to identify the things in your life that trigger stress — the workload at your job, frustrating relationships with family members or friends, driving in traffic, fear revolving around your health condition — and try to figure out ways to either avoid those triggers, or cope better with them through improved communication, deep breathing exercises, anger management, or even talk therapy.
  3. Schedule in 'Time-Outs'
    Ostfeld suggests making a concerted effort to take time out of your day to relax. It can be as easy as taking 20 minutes to simply sit and think, to take a bath, or engage in an activity that sooths you, like reading, doing a crossword puzzle, or practicing some yoga.
  4. Find Fun Stress-Relieving Activities
    Jogging, cycling, swimming, and walking a dog are examples of physical activities that are not only good for your overall health, but are also smart ways to reduce stress, according to Ostfeld. Choose an activity (or several) that you enjoy and do them regularly to keep your stress levels under control, but be sure to check with your physician before starting any exercise regimen.
  5. Soothe Your Soul With Music
    Music can go a long way in improving your mood on your commute to work, at the office, while working out, or even while grocery shopping. When you're starting to feel the effects of stress, turn to your favorite songs, playlists, or station on the radio. "Listening to calming music," Ostfeld adds, "may also lower blood pressure."
  6. Learn How to Say "No"
    One of the best ways to manage the stress in your life is to avoid taking on more responsibilities or social obligations. Set boundaries with family members or friends, be assertive when it comes to your workload and hours, and plan your schedule so you have the time you need to get things done. "Structure your life in a way that helps you manage stress," suggests Ostfeld. "And don't sweat the small stuff." 

Inspirational Insights


I found this so very interesting... well taken. :)

Thursday, February 4, 2010

TT: Confidence

I have been into blogging for almost a year. At first I am so engrossed with blogging that it became a part of me... Months passed by and the demands of my work is increasing thus I need to lie low in blogging. Then Ate Grace encouraged me to pursue blogging so that soon I can monetize it.So I did and have myself registered to multiple websites that offers opportunities, and one of them is It took me for awhile for my blog to be approvd by their management... But it's worth the wait.. I am now enjoying writing through the opportunities their advertiser allowed me to take. From $5 to $7.50 and the latest was $30! What encouraged me most to write about this was the fact that my post was chosen as BEST POST TO DATE... Well I know that many best post are still coming but at least I made it there! The opportunity was sponsored by the Syndacast company. Of course the least thing that I can do in return to this best opportunity (so far) is to post my comment of gratitude....

iLove it!
Oh by the way, you might be wondering why I have this post titled as Confidence its because, at first I was really hesitant to pursue this post with apprehensions that I may not be qualified or worst be rejected... Thank God He gave me the confidence that I need...

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