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[1: 594 of 10,000] Baxter Dextrose

In Made In on March 26, 2012 at 12:00 AM

Saves lives from USA.

 

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[1: 593 of 10,000] Himalaya Herbals Nourishing Body Lotion

In Made In on March 25, 2012 at 12:00 AM

This lotion is given to patient by Tawam Hospital in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi and it works.  This product is made in Bangalore, India.

[1: 493 of 10,000] Bershka Is Giving Me A Fab Height On 2012

In Photo on December 31, 2011 at 2:33 PM

Got myself a Bershka ankle boots with black heels for the New Year.


I feel so grown up with the slim heels.


Love the zipper at the back.

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[1: 492 of 10,000] The Pro & Con of a Mistake

In Aphorism on December 31, 2011 at 3:16 AM

The problem with mistake is it eats up precious time that can’t be returned; thanks to lesson and wisdom it was worth to know what not to do next time.

[1: 491 of 10,000] Last Day of 2011

In Journal on December 31, 2011 at 3:10 AM

It’s the last day of 2011 and I find it comforting that tomorrow is a new great start. I like ending things sweetly but I certainly adore a beginning more.

A beginning is like pressing the ‘Reset’ button of a computer where everything get washed out and I can start perfectly. Back in college, a certain dean said, start your thesis poorly and you won’t expect a great result.

I always have this connotation that whatever I do on New Year’s Day shall reflect the course of my whole year. I will make sure everything is perfect for 2012.

Here is my 2012 Awesome Checklist:

  1. I look forward for a fruitful daily posting.
  2. I expect myself to be kinder to everyone without prejudice – no more smirky remarks! God lives in each of us.
  3. God is my boss so I should always perform with my best.
  4. Get a promotion and a raise.
  5. Read 12 books, ideally 1 every month.
  6. Read a Seth Godin and Jeff Goin blog posts daily.
  7. Read a daily prayer from Bo Sanchez. Pray daily.
  8. Go to 125 lbs. but don’t lose sight with the ultimate goal of 110 lbs.
  9. Get a driving license.
  10. Get a new car.
  11. Move to a new and bigger flat by July 1, 2012.
  12. Write every Friday for 2 hours minimum about the planned 1st published historical book of all time.
  13. Finish my Italian language lesson.
  14. Learn Photoshop.
  15. Buy DLSR.
  16. Learn Photography.
  17. Buy a new fab and chic laptop and external hard drive. This should reduce my notebook purchase.
  18. Go to Germany for Christmas. I better move my Tuscany dream trip for 2013.
  19. Be faithful for my 10% tithe monthly.
  20. Be persistent to invest 20% of my monthly income.
  21. I will never be trapped in a situation that I’d say, “I didn’t have a choice.”
  22. Never leave a work undone. Just finish it with finesse and a grateful heart.
  23. Speak the truth. Speak! Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 490 of 10,000] My Weakness Confession

In Journal on December 30, 2011 at 10:37 PM

If I have to admit one weakness, it is easy and I am not ashamed. See the photo of Cartier watch below, it doesn’t indicate the Per Hour and sadly to say I won’t be able to tell the exact time.


I found this weakness in my teen years and noticed by my classmate who kept asking the time. I know for sure that even if I get the most expensive watch and there is no per hour indications, I will exchange it or give it away because I will never use it. I’d rather have a digital wristwatch or a simple Casio if I am after to tell the RIGHT TIME.

[1: 489 of 10,000] There Is Something About 2011

In Journal on December 29, 2011 at 10:40 PM

I can’t contained myself but 2011 is going to be a year that I will remember for the rest of my life. There is something about it that makes it magical and liberating.

  1. I witnessed God’s wonderful miracle of pouring blessings.
  2. I will remember so many great things but what leaves a mark is my growing adoration, respect, and love for my mother.
  3. I learned to really cook.
  4. I joined a virtual community called WordPress Post A Day.
  5. It wasn’t too late that I am doing what I am passionate about.
  6. My first time to experience a nice Office Christmas Dinner here in Dubai.
  7. I think I found a new crush; actually I will forget this after 3 months but it feels nice now.

[1: 488 of 10,000] Look Back – Post A Day 2011

In Journal on December 28, 2011 at 11:13 PM

Here are eleven questions asked by Erica Johnson to help me determine my blogging strategy for the New Year:

  1. Why did you start the Post a Day Challenge? – I want to become a better writer and to belong in a community so I joined Post a Day Challenge.
  2. Describe the state of your blog at the time you started the challenge. – Less support system.
  3. How did your blog evolve over the course of the challenge? – I believed my writing improved and I got good encouragement from my valued readers.
  4. Did you post as often as you had hoped? Why or why not? – I’ve been faithfully posting daily since April 6, 2011 and I love the discipline.
  5. What type of blogging strategy works best for you? – Writing what I like to write regardless if my visitor would hate or like it.
  6. If you could go back to the beginning, what would you do differently? – It would have been nice that I started on January 1, 2011 and to blog daily for the course of 1 year. That would have been sweet!
  7. What are you most proud of accomplishing this year? – Getting awards, comments, and likes from fellow bloggers.
  8. Name 3 great blogs you discovered through the challenge. – (a) Cropping Reality by Ula Kapala, (b) Indulge – Travel, Adventure, & New Experiences by Lesley Carter, and of course (c) The Daily Post by WordPress.
  9. What surprised you about the challenge? – It is rewarding to write daily.
  10. What advice would you give to others who want to blog regularly? – Just be fearless, enjoy, and write.
  11. What are your blogging goals for 2012? – Publish a minimum of 500 posts and making sure that I blog daily.

Happy New Year!

[1: 487 of 10,000] I’m Glad The Cable Is Out

In Journal on December 27, 2011 at 8:48 PM

Photo Source: Smartcanucks.ca

The cable at home is out before Christmas Day until now.

I love watching television but my youngest sibling love it five times more.

Why am I glad?

Because without the television, we get to spend as a whole family to really be creative and talk or enjoy other media like singing together or dancing.

The only downside is we’re missing MasterChef Australia Season 3 and we’re paying for a service we don’t enjoy (E-Vision do better please).

But still, I’m glad, it’s not the end of the world, and quality time with family is the most important thing for me right now.

[1: 486 of 10,000] Playing With Brands

In Poem on December 27, 2011 at 8:37 PM

Inspired by Prison Break’s character Theodore ‘T-Bag’ Bagwell who used “Elmer’s Glue” in one of his dialogues.

You’re Elmer’s Glued in my mind;
I can’t resist your Polaroid smile in my waking life.

I feel the Sprite chill when you’re around;
And my heart agreed you’re Magnolia Cupcaked in my dream.

When will you Tiffany, down on your knee?
My Rolex will not fail me, it’ll be tonight, it better be.