Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Happy New Year 2014

Happy New Year everyone.

Goodbye 2013 .

Welcome 2014.

Parang kailan lang.

Ang bilis talaga ng panahon .

Bagong Taon na naman.

Marami din naman akong na-achieve this passing year 2013.

This year ay nagkaruon ako ng sarili kong bahay. 

Nakapagtayo din ako ng small entrepreneurship sa isang store malapit lang sa amin.

And so far so good naman ang takbo niya as of now.

This year din ay nakapagpundar ako ng maraming mga gamit.

Healthwise ay hindi ako nakaranas ng mga major na karamdaman this year .

Spiritually ay okay din ang grade ko , I think .

Emotionally , good , maybe is the right word to say.

May mga ka-dramahan at ka-emohan this year pero ayaw ko nang banggitin pa ang mga iyon . Because for me it's part of the past already.
What's in store for this new year kaya?

I am sure very exciting and more wonderful!

Salamat sa pagsama sa buong isang taon ng 2013.

Hanggang sa taong ito ng 2014 , sama-sama pa rin at walang iwanan!

Monday, December 30, 2013

9 Things Happy, Successful People Choose to Ignore - Hijab Chic

Copied/Pasted this one from Hijab Chic

Nice article to end this year of 2013 .

Read on :

9 Things Happy, Successful People Choose to Ignore

431584_230171327121388_518999883_n“Life is to be enjoyed, not endured.”
―Gordon B. Hinckley

1.  Other people’s judgments.

It’s OK to listen to others, but not at the full expense of your own intuition.  Throughout your life there will be many times when the world gets real quiet and the only thing left is the beat of your own heart.  So you’d better learn the sound of it, otherwise you’ll never understand what it’s telling you.
When you spend too much time concentrating on everyone else’s perception of you, or who everyone else wants you to be, you eventually forget who you truly are.  So don’t fear the judgments of others; you know in your heart who you are and what’s true to you.  You don’t have to be someone else to impress and inspire people.  Let them be impressed and inspired by the real YOU.  Honestly, what does life matter if you lose yourself along the way?  Even your mentors should teach you HOW to think, not WHAT to think.  So if someone – anyone – is belittling your truth, it might be time to turn the other way.

2.  Old troubles from the past.

You can’t change what has already happened, so choose to look ahead instead of behind you.  Don’t stress.  Do your best.  Forget the rest.  Your past mistakes are meant to guide you, not define you.  Life is a beautiful circle.  You’re strong because you know your weaknesses.  You’re wise because you’ve been foolish.  You can laugh now because you’ve known sadness.
It’s crazy how you always end up where you’re meant to be – how even the most tragic and stressful situations eventually teach you important lessons that you never dreamed you were going to learn.  Remember, oftentimes when things are falling apart, they are actually falling into place.  Just because you’re not where you want to be today doesn’t mean you won’t be there someday.  Everything is going to be come together – maybe not today, but eventually.

3.  Each day’s little frustrations.

A bad day is just a bad day.  It comes and it goes.  Choose not to make it anything more.  You will find that it’s necessary to let some things go simply for the reason that they’re heavy on your heart and soul.  Go ahead and let go of them.  Don’t clamp shackles to your own ankles.  It’s incredibly easy to enjoy more of your life right now, no matter what the situation.  It’s just a matter of dropping of the layers of nonsense that are weighing you down.
Behind every beautiful day, there has been some kind of struggle.  You fall, you rise, you make mistakes, you live, you learn.  You’re human, not perfect.  You’ve been hurt, but you’re alive.  Think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive today – to breathe, to think, to enjoy, and to chase the things you love.  Sometimes there is sadness in your journey, but there is also lots of beauty.  You must keep putting one foot in front of the other even when it hurts, for you will never know what is waiting for you just around the bend.
Follow this daily to-do list and you’ll be just fine:
  1. Think positively.
  2. Eat healthy.
  3. Exercise today.
  4. Worry less.
  5. Work hard.
  6. Laugh often.
  7. Sleep well.

4.  The necessary pain of hard work and growth.

There are two types of pain in life: pain that hurts you, and pain that changes you.  But when you learn from it, they are one and the same.  If you want something, you must endure the pain of working for it.  It’s that simple.  If you’re not where you want to be right now, take the time to visualize yourself in the place you want to be and take the first step in that direction.  You may not be able to change your destination in a day, but you can change your direction right now.
Remember, strength doesn’t come from what you can do.  It comes from overcoming the things you couldn’t.  Tough situations build strong, successful people.  No matter how much it hurts now, you have to hold your head up, grit your teeth, and keep going.  In the end, consistent action speaks for itself.  So focus diligently, work hard in silence, and let your success be your noise.

5.  Insignificant busywork.

In the beginning, you need to say “yes” to a lot of things to discover and establish your goals.  Later on, you need to say “no” to a lot of things and concentrate on your goals.  Stop over-committing and trying to do too much at once.  Start saying “no” more often.  If you never say “no,” you will take on too much and all you will achieve is stress and frustration.
As Bruce Lee once said, “It is not a daily increase, but a daily decrease.  Hack away at the inessentials.”  Many of us spend too much time on what is urgent and not enough time on what is important.  Don’t be one of them.  It’s not what we claim are our priorities, but how we spend our time each day that reveals the truth.  Let your daily actions reflect your highest priorities.

6.  Impatient thoughts.

Patience is not about waiting; it’s the ability to keep a good attitude while working hard for what you believe in.  It’s the willingness to stay focused, confidently staking one small step at a time, knowing that the way you move a mountain is by moving one stone at a time.  Every stone you move, no matter how small, is progress.
Whether you are working on improving your health, learning a new skill, or getting a business venture off the ground, you can’t expect instant gratification.  Instead, you must dedicate yourself to the best of your ability and understand that real change takes time.  Sometimes it may be hard to see your progress.  Sometimes it will be frustrating when the results you seek don’t appear as quickly as you had hoped.  Still, you are advancing.  Hang in there.  You may be moving things along slowly, but you are still moving a mountain.

7.  The things that can’t be controlled.

Never force anything.  Do your best, then let it be.  If it’s meant to be, it will be.  Don’t hold yourself down with things you can’t control.  Stop talking about the problem and start thinking about the solution.  Forget what could go wrong for a sec and think of what is already right.
Remember, change happens for a reason.  Roll with it.  It won’t be ideal or easy at first, but it will be worth it in the end.  When times are good and everything is comfortably in order, it’s easy to become complacent and forget how skillful and resourceful you are capable of being.  Unanticipated troubles are necessary evils that push you forward, because they eventually end, but the lessons and growth you gain from them last a lifetime.

8.  Unfounded fears.

Life is about overcoming fear and taking risks.  If you don’t take risks, you won’t know what you’re capable of.  If you don’t risk anything, you risk everything.  Truth be told, nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.  Now is the time to expand your comfort zone so you can experience things and understand more… so that you may fear less in the long run.
The reality, of course, is we all get afraid sometimes.  It’s not about not being afraid, but what you do when you feel that way.  When you feel doubt, or fear, or anxiety, or frustration, know that you can let it go just as surely as you can pull your hand away from a flame.  Keep your mind focused on the goodness, on the possibilities and on your most treasured goals.  What begins in your mind ends up in your life.  Think continually of the way you would like to be, let these thoughts drive your actions, and your reality will reliably catch up with your thinking.

9.  The mind’s endless stream of doubts.

Believe in yourself through tough times.  Believe in your capacity to succeed.  Believe that your relationships are worth the effort.  Believe that people make mistakes on their way to greatness.  Believe that people can be foolish and intelligent, selfish and generous, and stressed and happy all at once.  Believe that very few people hurt others on purpose.  Believe that there are many roads to what’s right.  Believe in your intuition, especially when you have to choose between two good paths.  Believe that the answers are out there waiting.  Believe that life will surprise you again and again.  Believe that the journey is the destination.  Believe that it’s all worth your while.
Or as Roald Dahl once said, “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.  Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.”

The floor is yours…

Sunday, December 29, 2013

A can of fresh French Air for $7.50

Grabbed this from GIZMODO.COM

Buy this can of fresh French Air for only 350.00 , murang mura na he he he.

How about a local version of  air ?

Payatas and EDSA Rush Hour Air  , can anyone manufacture it ?

Here is the full article :

Apparently People Will Buy Cans of French Air for $7.50

Apparently People Will Buy Cans of French Air for $7.50

Money doesn't grow on trees. You can't get something for nothing. There's no such thing as a free lunch. Except all of these cliches are apparently false, because Antoine Deblay, a student who lives in southwest France is actually making money selling cans of air from his town.

For €5.50, or about $7.50, Deblay is shipping 250ml cans of air called "Air de Montcuq" for his hometown. 

This summer he raised about $1,000 on KissKissBankBank, a French crowdfunding site, which allowed him to make a website and get the tins/packaging he needed. Deblay told Business Insider that in the first three weeks he received a thousand orders and has already made thousands of dollars with a 60 percent profit margin.

The appeal of the cans comes from a pun that is inherent in the name of Deblay's town. Montcuq can be mispronounced "mon cul" or "my ass," meaning that "Air de Montcuq" can be translated as "the wind of my ass." Novelty gift? Sure, why not.

Because he apparently is not afraid of taking the whole thing too seriously, Deblay is only selling 10 liters of air per week so he doesn't put a strain on his supply, and when he hits that limit he puts a warning on the website that orders are done for the week. Deblay told Business Insider, "Of course I knew it was going to sell, but not so much in so little time!" Of course!

Saturday, December 28, 2013

3 Types of Friends

So true! How about you , what types of friends do you have ?
Me , I have the three.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Prayer - Loboc Children's Choir and Various Artists

Nakakaantig at sobrang nakaka-touch ang bagong labas na song video mula kay Maestro Ryan Cayabyab.

Kasama ang Loboc Children's Choir at ang pinakamagagaling na singer sa ating bansa , ang rendition na ito ng awiting The Prayer ni Josh Groban ay iniaalay para sa mga biktima ng lindol sa Bohol at Cebu at sa mga nasalanta ng Bagyong Yolanda sa Kabisayaan.

Ang ganda ng blending ng mga boses , para kang nasa langit habang nakikinig nito .

At ang mga images mula sa mga nagdaang sakuna sa ating bansa ay lalong nakadagdag ng  emosyon .

Pakinggan at namnamin dito :

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas 2013

Maligayang Pasko mga ka-blogs.

Thank you for always sharing with me your time everyday.

Hanggang sa susunod na Pasko 2014!

Sama-sama pa rin at walang iwanan!

Monday, December 23, 2013


Sa kagandahang loob ng ating mga kaibigan sa LazerXtreme located in Market Market Mall in Fort Bonifacio ay nagtungo kami ruon bitbit ang aking dalawang pamangkin upang ito ay subukan.

Hindi naman kami nabigo dahil it exceeds our expectations about the game.

Ang LazerXtreme ay isang games na nilalaro sa isang maze ng ilang mga grupo na mag-uunahang magbarilan  sa pamamagitan ng pag-asinta ng laser  guns sa bawat kalaban.

Kailangan ay may sarili kang istratehiya at taktika upang maungusan o maunahan mo sa barilan ang kalabang grupo .

Usually ay may tatlong grupo ang binubuo sa loob ng maze na ang game proper ay kadalasang tumatagal ng 15 minuto.

Kasama ang 5 minutong game orientation and briefing  , bale 20 minuto ang gugugulin mo sa loob ng maze para sa mababang rental fee lamang.

At paglabas ng dalawang tsikiting mula sa kanilang paglalaro , wala silang ibang nasabi kundi : HOW EXCITING TITO ! ANG SARAP ULITIN ! he he he.

Nasa ibabang larawan ang ibang mga detalye tungkol sa laro:

Sunday, December 22, 2013

A Visit at Mind Museum

Sa paanyaya ng pamunuan ng Mind Museum located in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig , isinama ko ang aking dalawang pamangkin na sina Christian Briones Alano at Edgardo Briones De Pedro Junior  upang saksihan ang kagila-gilalas na mundo ng siyensiya sa Mind Museum .

Maraming atraksiyon ang lugar.

Unang tapak pa lamang ay namangha na kami sa ganda  at linis ng lugar.

Maraming mga interactive videos and shows ang iyong mapapanuod.

Samut-sari ang mga collection ng kung anu-ano tungkol sa mundo ng agham.

May ibat-ibang tema ang bawat kuwarto sa loob ng museyo.

Nandiyan ang tungkol sa Space and the Universe.

Ang Prehistoric Room.

Ang tungkol sa Environment.

May tungkol sa Animal Kingdom.

May mga entrada tungkol sa Fashion , Food , Transportation , Games , Books , Electricity , Glass and Mirrors at ibat ibang Science Wonders.

Tunay na maraming matututunan ang mga kabataan sa paglibot sa kakaibang museyo na ito.

At sa aming tatlo ay babaunin namin ang magandang karasanan ng pagpasok sa mundo ng agham at kababalaghan.

Para sa karagdagang impormasyon bisitahin ang kanilang website dito : THE MIND MUSEUM 

Narito ang mga larawan :

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Bea Rose Santiago - Miss International

Ang ganda talaga ng mga Pinay .

Patunay iyan sa pagkapanalo na naman ng isang Pinay sa isang international beauty pageant.

Three wins in a row na tayo sa taong ito huh.

Laban ka ??!!

Ha ha , bow sila lahat sa angking ganda at talino ng mga Pilipina .

Ikaw na Bea Rose Santiago.

Miss International 2013.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Tikoy for sale

Who wants Tikoy for this season ?

Wanna buy from me ?

Only 60.00 per box.

Perfect gift for your loved ones or simply pang-handa for your Noche Buena and Media Noche .

PM or message me here for your orders.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Himutok ng mga gulay

Minsan nag-uusap ang mga gulay:

CAULIFLOWER - ayoko na ng ganito , napagkakamalan akong utak.

SAYOTE - ako naman daw sabi nila mukhang ilong .

KABUTE - ako naman mukhang payong .

KALABASA - ako naman sabi nila parang puwet na pinagtabi-tabi .

SITAW - eh ako , mukha naman daw bulate.

AMPALAYA - lalo naman ako , kulubot na balat daw ako.

SIGARILYAS - at ako , pinahabang balimbing .

UPO - ako naman mukhang bote.

TALONG - hmmmm , change topic please !

MANI - I second the motion !

Tuesday, December 17, 2013