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23
Oct
09

I Never Stop Loving You:’-(

Happy Days Together:)

How would I start this…

Hmmmm…

4months ago when me and my beloved met.We spent time together.Actually, that is our first meeting. We’ve been chatting for 6months before we met. That time when I saw him I can’t figure out what to do because I was shy and he’s been asking why I’m not talking. At that point of my life until the day I go home, those days are my happiest days of my life. We spent time together. He was my first boyfriend. He is so special in my life until now. After 2 weeks from the day I went home. Suddenly, he didn’t communicate with me:’-(I was sending him a lot of text messages and messages on ym everyday and keeping him up to date with whats happening to me. Until, just this September 26, 2009, He sent me a offline message saying that he is breaking up with me without giving me a valid reason why. Anyway, he is a Australian and I’m a Filipina.  I just came into a realization why can’t I move on. I don’t know where and how to start. He used to be my life. Now, I miss being happy. Can anyone help me what to do? I’ve been surfing on net how to cope up with breakup…I’m hoping for your positive response. Thank you for taking time to read my story. I hope someday, I will move on and start my new life ALONE! My Life would Suck without Him:’-(

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30
Aug
09

cheerdance competition

during our cheerdance competition….we are the champion…go mighty seniors….

10
Apr
09

“10 ways to get fit while you’re glued to the computer”

Addicted to Twitter? Hooked on FaceBook? Can’t get enough of your favorite blogs and websites? It seems there are so many more reasons to stay online these days… which means endless hours of sitting. But since that is just so unhealthy, I’ve come up with some ideas to help you get fit while you’re online – exercises to get your heart rate up, help you tone up, and de-stress. All at the comfort of that computer desk you’re glued to … or close by.

1.Cyber Squats – Who says you have to sit when you’re online? Set your chair aside for a few minutes and instead do squats as you cruise around the Web.

2. RSS Raises – As you’re sitting at your desk, straighten your knees and lift your legs out in front of you. Do this as you catch up on your favorite blogs on your RSS reader. What the heck is RSS?

3. 10 Minute Move it! Break #1
– Alternate jogging in place with jumping jacks – do a minute of each and repeat 5 times.

4. Twitter Tummy Tone – Tighten your abs for 30 seconds and then release. Do this as you tweet. Tweet me here

5. Social Squeezes – Tighten your glutes for 30 seconds and then release. (Good thing noone can see you at this social, right?) Repeat as you Stumble, Digg, or Friend on Facebook.

6. 10 Minute Move it! Break #2 – Grab a step stool and climb up and down – get creative if you like and alternate knee lifts at the top of the step. Or how ’bout a creative housecleaning workout break?

7. Inbox Incline – While you’re sitting with your feet on the floor, raise your heels so you are on the balls of your feet and lower them. Make sure you can feel it in your calves. Do this as you read and reply to your emails.

8. 10 Minute Move it! Break #3
– Do walking lunges around the house or office. Want to make it more challenging? Add some weights and do bicep curls at the same time. Or try some of Jamie Eason’s plyometrics moves

9. Blogger Breather – Grab a quick minute to just close your eyes and focus on your breath. Count to 10 as you slowly inhale through your nose, thinking positive thoughts. Exhale through your mouth, again counting to 10. This time release all the tension and stress out of your body. Repeat if you have a few more seconds.

10. Sign Off Stretches. Your neck and shoulders can get pretty tense when you sit at a computer too long. So loosen them up throughout the day with:
a) Shoulder shrugs – with your head at your chest, shrug your shoulders up and down.
b) Neck Rolls – relax your shoulders and let your head roll forward. Slowly rotate your head in a circle. Repeat five times.

Do these exercises throughout the day to avoid becoming a computer

23
Mar
09

I Know…

I know it will not be right

I know it will left me

broke for a while

But what can I do if

my heart beats for

you?
Feels like heaven in

my first sign

Dead end far from

my sight

Endearing indeed

this feelings of mine

But pity me for no

one cares

Mixed emotions

filled me

What will I do?

Where would be I go?
Will you catch me if

I intend to fall…..in

you??!!!!!

01
Mar
09

12 Tips to help you live a happy and fulfilled LIFE!

  1. Keep life simple. Far too many of us are always over analyzing and looking for the most complicated way of doing things in life. Sometimes life was meant to be simple – a walk through the park, a simple yes or no answer, or a quiet evening with the family. Don’t try and clutter your life with unnecessary decisions by making everything complicated and complex. Keep it simple!
  2. Practice being satisfied. How many times have you heard someone say, “If only I had a few more dollars I’d…” or “If I just had another day off I could….”? Many people don’t know how to be satisfied with what life gives them. They are so busy wanting more that they squander what life has already given them.
  3. Beware of indecision. Nobody said life is easy, and sometimes you have to make the tough choices. Never put off a decision that you can make today. You may miss some of the best and most exciting opportunities in the world because you were indecisive. Successful people didn’t get where they were at by prolonging or going back and forth on decisions!
  4. Practice cheerfulness. You’ve heard it before, and you’ll hear it here again – it only takes a few muscles to smile! You would be surprised at how well being cheerful to others can spread like wildfire. We live in a society where it seems that glumness is the rule of order. A simple smile or kind word can spread through our culture like wildfire – not only will you feel better, but those who interact with you will feel better!
  5. Learn to like people. You don’t have to love everyone you encounter, so learn to like people – especially those who are different than yourself. Often you won’t agree with everything they do, or maybe all of their beliefs, but by learning to get along with them you will open your mind up to change – a critical trait that is absolutely necessary in today’s world.
  6. Live and let live. Is it really your concern what the guy across the street wants to do with his life or who he wants to share his life with? Learn to live your life to the fullest and let others live their life to the fullest. None of us is above anyone else, and none of us should think we should be allowed to dictate how another person should live their life.
  7. Adversity teaches. Adversity can be one of the most powerful teachers we will ever have in our lives. You will learn so much about life by overcoming adversity and learning how to face it head on. Adversity often comes dressed in many different outfits, but you will change your life by learning how to deal with it and prosper from it.
  8. Don’t take yourself so seriously. Here is a secret: it’s ok to be a little goofy now and then! You only get one shot at this life, so make the most of it. Have some fun and show your children and those around you that you know how to have fun. You aren’t the greatest gift to mankind this world has ever had – so don’t act like it! You may find you add years to your life, not to mention a ton of laughter!
  9. Have a sense of humor. Laugh, joke, and now and then pick up a cream pie and throw it! Laughter has been shown to help people live longer, reduce their blood pressure, and help them relate to people from around the world.
  10. Practice objectivity. Be objective in your decision-making and risk-taking. Know the facts and avoid letting racial, social, or any other type of bias influence your decisions. Great leaders perform their best when they act based on facts, not on emotion or prejudices. Become a great leader in your life.
  11. Tolerate your own mistakes. You will make mistakes – in fact, you will make so many mistakes you will never be able to list them all. Learn that mistakes happen and the best thing you can do is to learn from them. Don’t spend your entire life dwelling on a mistake you made years ago – learn from it and move on. The world isn’t going to wait while you live in the past.
  12. Forgive yourself. Stop beating yourself up over things that happened in the past – things you did or didn’t do, and mistakes you may have made with others.

    Forgiving yourself is a skill so few of us have the ability to accomplish. It’s such a shame that we spent a lifetime living in the past and never make it to our full potential in the future. Forgive yourself – and just as importantly, forgive others.

It may seem like a rather long list, but I encourage you to read it and then refer back to it every now and then. You’ll see each one ties into the others in some fashion and that these simple steps really do help you live a more meaningful, happy and fulfilled life.

23
Feb
09

Should it be Decriminalized????

HONG KONG (AFP) – – A three-day forum in Hong Kong on a growing HIV/AIDS epidemic in Asia ended Friday with delegates calling for countries in the region to follow China’s lead in decriminalising homosexuality.

Beijing’s decision in 2001 had helped to minimise the spread of HIV/AIDS in China, Zhen Li, from the Tong Zhi awareness group, told the forum.

“Between 2005 and 2008 China made huge progress (in raising awareness of HIV/AIDS among homosexuals) in addition to working with civil society as partners,” Li said.

However, elsewhere in Asia “highly prohibitive legal frameworks” against homosexuality were aiding the spread of an HIV epidemic among homosexual men, the forum’s organisers said in a statement.

“As long as these laws are in effect it will push people into dark places,” Li told a news conference at the end of the forum.

Edmund Settle, from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), said there were several Asian countries which had yet to follow China’s example and that they tended to be former British colonies.

As an example, he cited India, where there is currently a court case challenging the laws banning homosexuality.

Wong Ka-Hing, a consultant in special preventive programmes for Hong Kong’s Department of Health, said that the city’s HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns would continue to prioritise young homosexuals.

“In Hong Kong we are facing a rising epidemic among men having sex with men… that is why we have tried to target scarce resources towards the most vulnerable sections of the community,” Wong said.

The forum was jointly held by Hong Kong’s Department of Health, the World Health Organization, the UNDP and the Joint UN Programmes on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).

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17
Feb
09

Five ways to shut off your inner control freak…

1.) Respect other people’s turf. In a blended family like mine, this means that you need to accept the custody agreement and work with what you have. At work, this may mean delegating work — and letting people do things their way.

2.) Pick your battles. Figure out what’s most important to you — and fight for it. Let the rest slide. This tip works with adult coworkers, family members, and toddlers alike. Adult tantrums are just as stressful — if not more so — than your 3-year-old’s.

3.) Understand that perfection is a myth. Control freaks want everything to be “just right,” and get frustrated when things go “wrong.” But the truth is, there is no “just right” in real life. Hold on to your ideals, of course, but abandon the idea that things can only be good if they’re perfect.

4.) Ask for — and accept — help. Really. I am not good about asking for help. But doing so is a great way to build bridges, accepting help is a great way to reduce stress levels, and once you see how competent everyone else can be, it may be easier to dismiss your inner control freak more often.

5.) Ask yourself: What are you really trying to control?
What’s more important, that things get done exactly your way, or that things get done, period? Sometimes, we waste tons of energy trying to control the method, when the important part is the outcome.