Friday, October 2, 2015

Hello October!

Where did the month of September go? It seemed that it was only yesterday when some of my friend posted about welcoming the start of BER months. Admittedly, I am one of those who welcomed the start of BER months. Now that we are on the second BER month, are you guys ready for the holiday season? But before that a recap of what happened last month.

Month of September is my comeback in the world of blogging. The reason why I say this is because I manage to update all my blogs and I also manage to get rid of the cobwebs on my own domain blogs.

I am also hooked watching #Itshowtimena because of Ms Pastillas. I am a solid Kapamilya fan. I admit I havent watch Aldub or Kalye Serye. When almost of my friend in facebook are posting about Aldub the curiosity in me were sound asleep so I was not tempted to watch it.

As for the coming of holiday season I am not ready yet. I haven't started buying Christmas decoration yet. I don't even know if I can decorate our home with Christmas decor. Oh well, I still have two months to prepare so no reason to fret just yet.


Sunday, September 20, 2015

They Are In To Videoke!!

My younger younger sister and her three children were her for a two days visit. While they are home I over heard my niece complaining she misses singing. I was a little surprise because I didnt know that they are now into singing, well it is videoke to be exact. The last time I visited them they are still busy playing. It looks like my sisters children are growing up so fast that they are starting to stop playing.

Anyway, as soon as I heard my niece saying she miss singing the first thing that cross my mind is small microphone for them. I am certain that they will love to own a mic, they dont need to fret everytime thier Mom will ask them not to use the mic that my sister bought. I shall check how much it will cost me to buy this kind of mic.


Saturday, September 19, 2015

97 Days To Go

Good morning fellow bloggers. I hope you are having a great weekend. As I am typing I am listening to a remix Christmas songs that is being played in the radio. As what my post title say, its 97 days to go before Christmas. Are you guys are getting excited? I am, I do not know why but I am more giddy this time compared last year. Perhaps it is the Christmas songs that makes me feel excited and giddy. Whatever the reason for me to feel like this what matter is I am happy.

This year I will be putting up our Christmas tree. We dont have any Christmas decoration after all my Christmas decor were ruined by Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). I haven't started shopping for decorations thou but the boyfriend already promise that we will have our Christmas tree this year. I am certain I will buy it sooner than later. I cant wait to start shopping.


Monday, September 14, 2015

Inernet Has A Lot To Offer

What would the world be like today if the Internet was never invented? This is a question that is impossible to answer, but very interesting to consider. The Internet has opened doors and created opportunities in terms of business and communication that most people thought to be impossible. The amazing thing is that people are developing new ways every day to develop this amazing technology and make it even more useful than it already is. At this point, there seems to be no limit to what the Internet can do. The Internet has changed the world in so many ways. Here are a few of the most important ones.

1. Online businesses

It wasn't long after its creation that people started to use the Internet in an effort to sell products and services. Thus, online businesses were officially born. Things have only increased from that point. The online businesses Amazon and Alibaba are two of the biggest companies in the world. Both are exclusively online. The Internet has also given many average people the opportunity to start their own business from the comfort of their own home. Nowadays, many people have quit their regular jobs to work from home on the Internet full-time.

 2. Communication

There used to be a time when the only way to talk to someone in a foreign country was to make a very expensive long distance phone call. Fortunately, those days are gone forever. People can now call their friends or relatives overseas using VoIP technology that costs very little for a person to call a phone over the Internet. It costs nothing to connect with a person who is using the same VoIP program that you are. The invention of webcams has made it possible to not only talk to people in other countries, but see them as well.

3. Watching television and movies

The amount of entertainment options that exist solely because of the Internet is absolutely staggering. You can now stream almost every TV show and movie online with crystal clear picture and sound. There is no longer any need to buy costly DVDS that take up space. AT&T U-verse is a service that allows users to download and stream their favorite movies and shows, as well as use email, go on social media and use video chat with family and friends. Learn more about it by taking a look at

Disclaimer: The idea written in this guest post is solely by the author not mine.


Friday, September 11, 2015


I actually don't know what I an going to write here. In fact I took me almost 10 minutes before I start typing. Well, I did typed one sentence after typing the post title but ended up deleting my first sentence thinking I could make more decent sentence but I was wrong because I could not think of a good one. So here I am talking nonsense once again. Anyway, it is Friday. I am thinking of going out on a movie date with my son tomorrow. He has been bugging me for the past couple of days that we havent go out like we usually do before. I didn't promise him anything becaise I dont want to disappoint him. Apart from going out on a date with my bundle of joynI also want to visit the salon in town where my cousin is working. I need to have my mani and pedi. Have a nice weekend fellow bloggers..


Sunday, September 6, 2015

Three Tips to Lower Your Utility Bill

There are many ways to save money on your electricity bill. Everything helps, so it is best to look at every usage of power in your home, and attempt to reduce your consumption. The following are three tips to get you started.

Avoid using unnecessary electrical appliances

The electrical appliances in your kitchen can be a great convenience, but the truth is that many of them are luxuries. A perfect example is an electric can opener. They're quick and easy to use, but a hand turned can opener only takes a few seconds longer, and if you invest in a good one, they don't take a lot of physical effort. Not using your electrical can opener cuts back on electricity usage and helps you live a greener life. What applies to a can opener also applies to a an electric cutting knife. It is better to invest in a sharp kitchen knife, and cut your meat by hand.

Keep electronic devices unplugged

When you have your electronic devices turned off, they are still drawing small amounts of power. The amount of electricity that is being used for a single device in a short period of time is not much, but keep in mind that these devices are always plugged in, so they are draining a small amount of power 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Add to this the number of devices in your home, and it can add up to a significant amount of power. When possible, unplug your electronics. Examples include DVD players, computer printers and video game consoles.

Use your dryer less or not at all

Long before dryers were invented, people would hang their clothes out to dry. Using a clothes line to hang dry clothes is something to consider if you live in a house with enough yard to install a clothes line. Dryers use a lot of power, and even letting your clothes hang dry on occasion will save money on your utility bill. At the very least you should avoid using the dryer for a small load or a couple of items. Small, clothes drying racks for indoor use are available for those times when the weather outdoors is not ideal for drying clothes.

The ideas listed above only scratch the surface of the possibilities to reduce your utility bill. However, one underlying factor is that you need to get the best deal on your power. In Texas, where power is sold in a competitive market, you can learn more about pricing at a comparison website for Texas energy providers.

Disclaimer: The idea written in this guest post is solely by the author not mine


Saturday, September 5, 2015

4 Tips for Choosing an Internet Provider

With so many ways to connect to the web, it can be overwhelming when trying to decide which provider is right for you. How can you be sure you're hiring the right company? How do you know when you're getting a good deal? Here are just a few tips for finding and utilizing the best Internet services in your area.

1. Know Your Needs

Everyone has different needs when it comes to the web. If you work from home, for example, you'll want something with minimum downtime so you don't miss any important memos. If you love streaming movies, you might prioritize speed above all else. There's no right or wrong answer when it comes to knowing what you're looking for in an Internet package, so don't be shy about pursuing exactly what you want.

2. Read the Fine Print

Once you've found a few likely providers, it's time to read through the contracts and see if there are any issues. Do the great prices expire once the introductory period is over? Is the bandwidth really as unlimited as they claim, or is there a cap to the amount you can use per month? These are important pitfalls to look for before signing a long-term contract.

3. Give Yourself a Price Range

How much can you afford to spend on Internet services? Keep in mind that many companies offer bundle packages for the individual who wants phone, television and web services. If you purchase something like the Comcast Digital Starter, you'll save a lot of money by paying one bill instead of two or three.

 4. Read Their Reviews

 It is the age of the Internet, so you should be able to find plenty of online reviews about the provider you're considering. Try to get a general gauge of how customers feel after signing up for their services. Did they stay with the company for a number of years? Were their issues solved in a satisfactory way? Would they recommend the company to others? If the answer to any of these questions is no, that provider may not be the one for you.

These are just a few things to keep in mind as you search for the perfect Internet provider. Many companies will require a one- or two-year commitment before they give you service, so you'll want to make sure you're completely satisfied with your decision before you lock in. Good luck!

Disclaimer: The idea written in this guest post is solely by the author not mine


Meeting A Friend

FYI - This is a long overdue post. But like the saying goes "better late than never". :-D

It was in my college days whom I met most of my good friends. After college I seldom see some of them in person due to the fact that some of them move to another place to earn for a living and they found their better-half in another place. Although we are far from each other we still communicate through facebook and sms.

Just recently, I am in constant communication to one of my good friend in college. He is living few towns away from where I live. I never though that we will just commumicating in facebook so I was very excited when he invited us to thier fiesta together with our other friend. Though we dont have ample time chichatting because he he has to entertain other visitors it was still a good meet up. It really nice seeing him and meeting his wife for the second time.

Hopefully we will have a chance to meet each other again soon.