Thursday, November 19, 2009
There are a lot of ways of how to cope up with stress. There are a lot of websites, reading materials and other media that talks about stress management. I have read one that listed 101 ways on how to deal with stress.
One strategy that I've read and like was the one that suggested to try to be positive. I guess that I am not dealing with the things around me in a positive way that is why I feel that I'm stressed. I have to try being positive and think slowly and plan things. In this way, I would not be overwhelmed with the responsibilities that I have and those coming my way.
Changing the state of one's mind does help. Now I am more relaxed...ready to face whatever challenges that would come my way.
Friday, November 13, 2009
How is that? For beginners like me (I consider myself still a beginner, as I stopped for awhile, and still not learned from pros yet), I find sites that offers paid reviews. There are advertisers who wants you to write something about them and link it up to their sites. You get paid by doing so. You see, this is the only way that I know how I can earn in blogging. (Calling pros out there, you might want to teach me some things...comments are highly appreciated. lol).
Writing about other sites or for advertisers are also fun. You get to know more about other things and you might also like what they advertise. You explore more and learn more at the same time.
Blogging is my outlet of emotions. I write when I'm sad, I write when I'm mad, I write when I'm happy....and so on and so forth. ;) I am able to express what I feel in words which I am not able to express much in the real world. Maybe that is why I like blogging. Because in blogging I can say anything I want, express everything I feel, without hurting anybody directly and then feel much better after awhile.
This blog though is not my personal blog. I have another account for that which I already left because friends already knew it was me. I like to keep my identity secret as this is the only way that I can be me in my own way...away from criticisms..away from expectations...away from the world that I live in. I just want my own space in this blogosphere where I can express myself without thinking of what other people might think of how I write, what I write and why I write.
Saturday, June 27, 2009
I read Percy Spencer's story and was amazed on his life story and the story behind his invention. Though he never finished school, he was able to invent an important kitchen equipment we use everyday in our life. He became an orphan in his early years and became an apprentice when he was only 12 years old. He joined the Raytheon Company in the 1920's. It was in 1945 that he invented the microwave oven. He discovered the microwave when he was in one of Raytheon Companies where he felt a sudden and odd feeling surge through his body. On the same time, he noticed that his chocolate bar melted. He observed that this was because he was standing in front of a magnetron and realized that the power tube have other uses as well. He then took some corn kernels and held it up to the magnetron to see the effects it would have on it. It then amazed him as the popcorn formed. From this, the microwave oven was developed.
His being observant is truly admirable as through this, he was able to think of possibilities and came up with a new equipment known today as the microwave oven. In our busy world today, the microwave oven is very much needed at home. We can use this to cook or heat food in a short period of time. Spencer's invention is truly a great contribution to our world.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
- When used daily, an electric fan must be cleaned once a week. Accumulated dust and dirt hamper fan efficiency.
- Unplug the unit first before cleaning.
- The major parts that must be cleaned are the front and rear guard or blade cover, blade, front and rear outer cover of the fan motor. These are detachable and can be cleaned with warm soapy water.
- The fan motor itself must be kept dry and cleaned using a paint brush.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
- Newspaper Ads - Since there are a lot of newspapers, you first have to identify your market. After identifying your market, you then select which newspaper you would choose that caters to your target market. If you are just selling your products in your area, choose the most read local newspaper and have your ads printed there.
- Trade Show - There are business groups that organize trade show displays. This is an avenue for companies to promote their products. Products are displayed in the exhibit booths. Trusses can also be used as display booths.
- TV/Radio Ads - Same as that of the newspaper ads, you have to identify first your target market. Then you select what time of day you want your ads to be aired.
- Flyers/Leaflets - This is used usually on real estate ads or fastfood ads. This might not be reaching your target market though. Most who receives flyers/leaflets just throw them away without even reading them.
- Promotional Items - You can also give promotional items both to existing or prospect clients. Usual items given are ballpens with logo or name, mugs, logo floor mats, umbrellas and other items that are often used or seen. With this, one can be reminded often about your company name and products.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Nothing looks fresher than a clear complexion. If your skin is getting a bit dull, check out these quick fixes.
1. Wash with luke-warm water. Heat can aggrevate sensitive facial skin, resulting in broken capillaries or redness.
2. Skip soap. Most contain alkalines that are potentially irritating. Use a gentle cleanser instead.
3. Apply moisturizer before blow-drying your hair. This will prevent the hot air from drying out your epidermis and accentuating fine lines.
4. Mix foundation with moisturizer for a sheer finish. Blend together a bit of each on the back of your hand and use a make-up sponge for smooth application.
5. Hide fine lines. Gently apply a creamy concealer with a small, synthetic-bristled brush. Then lightly dust loose powder over the area.