Monday, October 20, 2014

7 Must-Read Stress-Buster Techniques



I'm not exactly an expert on this. Yet being subjected to pressure and stress from time to time has turned me into someone who can subtract the negativity from a situation and multiply the positive vibes. Am no math genius but I can claim to be a good "blessing" counter.

The Ultimate Christmas Gift Guide 2014

With the cold nights drawing in, and winter is well and truly on its way, it’s time to start thinking about Christmas. Yes, it’s that time of year again where we all start writing out our wish list for good old Saint Nick. Among the excitement of the festive period, it’s time to start thinking about gifts that we can bestow to others. After all, while it’s nice to receive gifts at Christmas, it’s also great to see the look of wonderment on others faces too.

So, with Christmas just around the corner it’s time to start getting creative. After all, no one wants yet another sock gift set. It’s time to start looking at unusual and quirky gifts that everyone is sure to love.

Here is the ultimate Christmas gift guide for 2014.

Anniversary Gift Ideas for Your Other Half

Anniversaries are an important milestone for a couple. It’s a great excuse to celebrate, and of course, buy each other a nice gift to celebrate the time you’ve spent together. You don’t need to be married either; many unmarried couples celebrate their anniversary in exactly the same way as married couples. By celebrating your anniversary, you’ll keep your relationship alive and show one another how much you still mean. These gift ideas are sure to be appreciated by your other half at this special time:

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

3 Lessons I Learned From Watching THE TRIAL



I can't say I seldom watch local movies. I keep myself abreast with local flicks if only to satisfy my curiosity and yep entertain myself of course. Needless to say yours truly is a JLC fan. That's not the main reason I recommend this movie though. It's the virtues that came alive on screen
Here goes....

Which Do You Prefer? Songs of the 70s Or Today's Sounds?

I was born in the latter era so I guess you know my choice. I remember dad playing lines and getting to line 6 I'd pretend to sing along. He had so many casette tapes as well as old records.  He had an amplifier and each weekend our home would be turned into some sort of a ballroom. He and mom would do the chacha and boogie while us kids would giggle at their moves. So many memories are stored in melodies I love to listen to to this day. Someday I'll meet dad again up in the clouds with music from angels. That, I fervently wish. For now I am content listening to the old songs of yesteryears.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

One Down, Three To Go: Oh Law School Adventure!

OOTD Thursday
Redgirl  Tops
Accessory from SG with love

I can't believe it's FINAL EXAMS week already! It seems only yesterday when I made a 360 degree turn from my Psychiatry dream to the court room reality.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Fun Water Sports for Your Kids to Enjoy

Improving your child's confidence can take on many different forms. You can give them the courage to stand up for themselves, confidence in their abilities or body confidence. One type of courage and confidence that's great for kids to work on is being confident around water. Being able to swim and feel comfortable in the water can be hugely beneficial to your child's life. It makes them safer because they're able to keep themselves afloat should they ever have an accident. But being water confident can also open up opportunities for them to engage in all sorts of fun things in life, from sailing to surfing. Learning to swim is one thing that can help children feel more comfortable around water. And there are also other sports that will help them see water as a source of fun, although still something to respect and be careful around.

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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Fighting Off A Virus: Our True To Life Dengue Tale


Nothing can weaken this mother's soul more than seeing my kids ill. I get dizzy and sick to my stomach and feel every nerve of my being ache beyond imagination whenever my boys are feverish or simply looking pale. 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Set The Trends, Don't Follow Them: Tips and Tricks

In the world today, if we aren’t different then we don’t get noticed. One way to show off our uniqueness and individuality is to wear clothing that we think represents that. The only problem is, many people prefer to take the easy route and follow trends, rather than set them themselves. If you want to lead the pack rather than follow it, here are some tips and tricks to help you:

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