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Where were you during the 1986 EDSA Revolution?


I was in second year college, but I only have vague memories of what happened during that time. All I remember was classes were suspended and I had nothing to do at home, remember, it was before the time of internet, cellphones, ipods,  ipad, and other gadgets which make life easier as it is now.  It was also a sad moment for my family because during this time, my mother had to go to the province to take care of her younger brother who was sick, who unfortunately died while she was still on her way.  He was my favorite Read More

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Lunchtime Workout


After getting clearance from my cardiologist, I’m back to my lunchtime gym routine.  Actually, I was supposed to go back to the gym since November last year, but then, that’s the problem when I stop exercising, it’s very difficult for me to get back on track, and very difficult to bring back the old habit.  So, as soon as 2011 kicked in, I promised to myself that I will make it my top priority.  Right now, I’ve been religiously doing it, and  since January I’ve been going to the gym 4 or 5 times a week during my lunch break, Read More

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A Starbucks Treat


Last December, during our company’s anniversary celebration, I won Php1,000 worth of Starbucks gift certificates.  It’s very seldom that I get to win in a raffle, so I was really surprised when my name was called. But when I realized that it was  Starbucks GCs, I told my friends, “What am I gonna do with it?”, they also had the same reaction, since they know that I’m not a coffee drinker — not by choice, but rather due to my heart palpitation problem.   But then of course, I can always buy something, like a Tumbler, as my souvenir for winning Read More

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Google’s Valentine Greeting


I got a pleasant surprise when I opened my PC this morning and went to Google.  They have a really cutie Valentine greeting for everyone.  Whenever there’s an occasion I always find myself checking Google’s homepage to see what they have come up with, and this time I wasn’t disappointed.  Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!

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Watch your Bones, Not the Scale


Some dieters are at higher risk for osteoporosis. Obsessing over those last 5 to 10 lb may be hurting your bones. Healthy weight women who were weight cyclers (losing, then regaining 10 lb or more) had 10% more fractures and lower bone mineral density than nondieters, according to recent research. In another study, normal weight women who rigidly structured every meal had higher levels of cortisol, a stress hormone that is thought to negatively affect bone formation, calcium absorption, and estrogen levels.  So, if you’re at a healthy weight but are dieting to reach some magic number on  the scale Read More

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