Needless to say, lack of sleep makes you feel wanting to sleep when you are not supposed to. And there are several other things associated with lack of sleep as follows:
Easily Gets Irritated
The person who lacks complete hours of sleep are the ones who get irritared easily. They feel so sensitive and moody and this happens because sleep deprivation lessens your energy for the next day thus making you feel irritable when things didn't go out your way.
Danger to Health
You think that sleeping for less hours than expected is just okay or not risky to your health? Well, that is where you are wrong at. Lack of sleep contributes to skin aging, may cause heart failures, and can induce depression too.
Less Productivity at Work
Lack of sleep negatively affects your brain function thus affecting your productivity at work when your mind is always utilized. It impairs alertness, reasoning, and problem-solving.
Should you not wish to experience these, you better change your lifestyle and see to it that you always get enough sleep.
A housewife's day is as busy as a normal day of an employed person. A housewife, just like individuals who have their routines at work has her own inventory of duties. Multi-tasking is also part of their vocabulary.
Normally, a housewife's day begins with the preparation of breakfast for her family, arranging everything that her grade schoolers need for school, and then sending them and his husband for a day outside home.
When everyone has left, she who is alone or who may have other younger children to attend to will begin all other daily household chores, beginning with the items that her husband and other children left as mess, alloting an hour or two for her to finish everything. She may have some laundry to check from time to time while also cooking other meals, and then clearing the sink and kitchen table. For multi-tasking purposes, she may also fill some containers with water while ironing the clothes. She will clean the house and the lawns too.
She is very busy all morning up to the afternoon, but the degree depends on the family size which affects the weight of household chores.
With sweat and a latch clamp, I mean the tension that builds up as your "hot-seat" turn to explain your thesis is approaching. This should be normal, because of the pressure that keeps your mind uneasy as you are distracted with the prolonged agony which only ceases after your anticipated turn. Thus it affects your body and gets it revealed through your body reactions.
To lessen the degree of your tension, you need a few things.
Your Self-Confidence. Wear your brave soul to overcome your fear of being in the hot seat. This will take you miles until you finish your defense remaining sturdy in your feet.
Your Knowledge about Your Work. Know your piece. Study your material very well to prepare for whatever questions they may throw in.
Your Defense Strategy. Knowledge is actually trialed, so be ready to know how to defend your sides. Think in advance the possible queries they may shoot in to test your abilities.
Now, you can easily face your fear. Remember to be positive that you can do it with less sweat.
If you don't belong to the elite or if you dont always have cash on hand, chances are, when your birthday approaches, you already assume that no celebration will happen.
Thanks to simple ideas of fun, yur birthday can still be celebrated in a not so lavish yet happy and affordable way.
Singing Bonding With Friends at Home or Videoke to the Max
Videoke is a usual part of any family occasions held at home, but if you don't have the budget, one alternative is get a guitar, have a friend play it for you, and everyone sings with the instrument. This is really fun - just add some snacks with it. and your birthday celebration will be solved.
A Kanya-kanya Outing
Though it is your birthday, you can celebrate not with at your expense alone but you can suggest a group outing wherein everyone pays for their entrance fee and probably you can also chip in for the food, and you answer for the cottage. This can always be an alternative - just be discreet in suggesting.
The usual family laundry would be composed and may be divided into upper garments, bottom wears, denim material, white clothes, underwear, handkerchiefs and hand towels to name a few. Of course in some instances there are also big towels, bedsheets and curtains and other things for laundry but let us dwell on what we habitually wear.
To begin with, what should be done is:
- Separate all the clothes according to its category.
- Next, wash all the clothes without soap first. I mean, this is raw washing of clothes.
- Then per group, soak these clothes in the water with detergents for around thirty minutes. This may be applied only to those clothes with so much dirt and stain that are hard to wash on our own force.
- While the others are soaked, you can start washing the rest in the washing machine or by your hands. After all these, rinse them at least 4 times in pails or vats of plenty of water.
- A very good option for the last rinse would be adding fabric fragrance to the water to make your laundry smell good.
- And finally, dry all your clothes with the drier or simply squeeze all of them well until all water are gone.
Now, you can hang all your clothes and wait for them to dry perfectly under the sun.
Up to now, the videoke craze which began on the late 90's is continuous with consistently leveled demand.
It is present in malls' gaming areas - KTV rooms for lease per hour where a group of ten or so can sing their hearts out without being heard outside. Many businessmen too venture in KTV bar business as this attracts more and more customers who love to sing and groups of friends and families who want to take turns in singing and performing their best among a small audience.
Of course, videoke is also present in most occasions. It seems that a party or a small family gathering is not complete without this. Hence the videoke for rent is highly in demand during several occasions as a source of entertainment and fellowship among the people.
As long as the Filipinos' love for singing never fades, the videoke will always be readily available in whatever location you choose to give color to lasting bonding.
It's not only graffiti or photos that you can glue on the wall adjacent to your bedspace that you can do to make it look beautiful. Not even a great steven slate drums can make it look pretty.
Personalize your space with ideas out-of-the-box and see its positive effects on your vibes. Here are some tips to experiment on:
1. Hang some laminated photos (if you are on the lower part of a double deck bed) or by the window bars (if it's just beside your bed) with ribbons. Doesn't this look awesome? You have protected pictures all hanging there moving with the air.
2. Put all your small stuffs in a canister and place them on the side table. You may put here all your memorabilia and design the outside with some personal touches. It will clear all your tidbits of messes and the canister will be a pleasant item to occupy a part of your table.
3. Use flowers to beautify your place. Flowers will add life to your room so always place fresh blooms that can keep the mood gleeful. You may also have some post-it notes on each stem of th flower where you can write your thoughts for the week.
The street of Maginhawa and Malingap in Diliman, Quezon City are fast becoming the places to go to when you have craving. From one side to another, a lot of food and drink related establishments keep on popping up that I lost track. I still remember the old days when the only establishment along those streets were Tomato Kick along Maginhawa, the place to go to when you want to have a drink with friends after a long exam you think you'll fail, and Ambula, a place where they serve Asian dishes at an affordable price. Now, there are plenty of places to eat and drink such as Donday, Uncle Mo's, Brother Burgers, Zentea, Cha Dao, Moonleaf, etc. But sometimes, the best places are not easily seen. For example, V-MAR.
V-Mar, unlike most of the well-known places to eat and drink, is not located along Maginhawa nor Malingap Street. It is located at Matimtiman Street, a street parallel to Maginhawa. I think that it is one of the best places to eat because the food are scrumptious, served hot, and most especially, clean. Price of their food is acceptable at Php80 - Php 150, depending on the dish you want.
I highly encourage you to try out what this small restaurant can offer. I assure you that you'll never regret the experience.
Even before the Filipinos learned about the tapsilog and the like, this traditional Filipino breakfast has been on every home's dining. Before they switched to Western-inspired morning meals like cereals, chocolate and burger, or pancake and things similar, our tongues have been familiar with this paired breakfast. We're talking about pandesal and coffee.
Who wouldn't know about "pandesal" - that bread that is plain but still tasteful, with ingredients that will slake your tummies. This popular bread at present still generates demand from all over the country. So this is proof that Filipinos patronize this even when there are many other options for their plates.
Pandesal is also best enjoyed with coffee and our elderly is used to dipping this bread to hot coffee - an alternative way to munch it other than applying sandwich spread or consuming it plain.
This traditional Filipino breakfast although not a staple food like rice, is a food we would always love. And whenever missing on our tables, once in a while, we will mumble, "No pandesal?". We will surely miss eating this.
They always say that no ordinary employee gets rich except if they also run a business for a greater portion of their income. But not everyone has sufficient capital to start a business, so the others just join some sidelines which they can do even when employed.
A popular thing that people then resort to is direct selling like selling the alesis sr-16 at gc. In the Philippines, there are just so many to enumerate. Among the prominent brands include Avon, Fullerlife, Boardwalk, Natasha, Sundance, etc. But if we look at it, even amidst a stiff competition, many of them still thrive and even boom.
Probably one surviving factor of the direct selling businesses isof course, their determined people. Since it flows on a dealer-customer relationship, and they most likely won't be able to make big sales if without them, then they will not really survive in the industry with numerous players.
Of course, they have other strategies, however, on top of that we will see that the many dealers these businesses can recruit, the more customers they can also attract. And this is what makes the success of direct selling.
For Black Day Celebration on April 14, my friends and I are hoping that not a lot of people will celebrate it like we do. We just don't want to experience the traffic jam last February 14. That was too stressful to endure a second time around.
Anyway, a celebration is incomplete without food. Tasked as the main planner for the our Black Day get together, I have several ideas on where to eat. Of course, in deciding, I have several conditions to fulfill. If we're just gonna eat and talk, I think it'll be better to dine in an eat-all-you-can restaurant so we can stay for so long. But, if we are to do other activities after dinner, then a simple restaurant will do. They even have Challenger lift for older people.
For eat-all-you-can restaurants, I'm thinking of either reserving in Viking's, Yakimix, and Dad's since I've heard a lot of great reviews. For simple restaurants, I'm not really informed. But since we all appreciate Asian food (Korean, Japanese, etc), I think I'll focus up on those restaurants.
Care for any recommendations?
They say that planning is an integral and common process that everybody does. It can be as simple as an ordinary mother planning for tonight's dinner to a military general planning strategies on how to conquer the enemy. Consequently, related process to planning are also executed by these ordinary and extraordinary people such as decision-making and prioritizing.
Prioritizing is one of the basic things that people tend to forget. Bot everybody has the knack for proper prioritizing because they can get disillusioned by materialism. Prioritizing simply means that due to your limited resources, you need to plan for actions and activities that has to come first. Its most simple form is deciding upon things that you need and the things that you want. Plotting the thing that you need in terms of their availability, urgency and usefulness, you'll sea a clear view of what your priorities should be. It is an economic and as much as a social practice.