Welcome to my Blog

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December 19, 2011

Welcome to my blog. I changed the blog title and got my own domain. There are some stuff that needs to be done like editing my old title and URL. Hopefully I can get all the stuff done today. Oh well, I can't believed today is Monday. I thought it's Sunday so I got up late today and forgot to watch my morning shows. Anyway, we will go to Toys R US today. We will buy Charles Christmas presents and look at Christmas lights.

I Figured it Out

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December 06, 2011

I am so happy when I figured out how to removed the blog post on HTML of this template. I really like it a lot. Its my favorite color which is pink and the template is simple yet lovely. Well, I will get my domain for this blog and I already have in my mind for my URL. For now, I will get off in here because I can hear noise from the kitchen. I have no idea what my son Charles is doing in there.

Love my Template

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December 04, 2011

I finally found a new template that I really like. From now on, I will start building traffic for this blog and get my own domain. Also, I'm planning to change the title of this blog anytime soon. Well, Christmas Day is just few weeks away and I am so excited! Will be visiting my husbands family and we have get together on Christmas Eve. I'm planning to make Spring Rolls and cook Pancit. Last year, I made Spring Rolls and they loved it.

Its been a while

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September 14, 2011

It's been a month that I did not make a post for this site. Been planning to get a new domain for this site but I don't know why I have not started it yet. Maybe the end of this year I have a new domain for this blog or maybe change the title of my blog and layout. Just want to make short post. I am not good on typing on this Laptop. I prefer using desktop.

New Update

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August 10, 2011

Wow! It's been a long time that I haven't post anything for this site. I wasn't that busy at all. From now on, I will try to post something for site. Oh well, I've been planning to get my own domain for this blog. I am just freaked out about my other site because I couldn't remember my username of my google apps. Been trying to figure out to I can renew my domain before it expires in December.

I'm Planning to Get My Own Domain

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July 27, 2011

It's been a long time that I didn't type my post for this blog. I didn't forget this blog but I was just too lazy to post something in here. Though, I'm planning to get my own domain for this blog so I can start earning just like my other blogs. Also, I want to remove my Adgitize Ads because I don't earn anything from it. I don't want to visit other blogs and click their ads..

Hopefully, my migraine is over for this month because I already have my period. I told my husband, I'd rather be menopause than having periods every month and suffer from migraine every time my period is about to start.

Flipping Out!

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July 06, 2011

It's been a while that I haven't post on this blog. I've been dealing with migraine and it makes me throw up every time I use the computer. Nothing's new for this blog. My other 2 blogs got PR 2 already and maybe in the next few days I will start posting regularly. Oh well, I won't stay too long on the computer tonight. I have shows to watch which is Flipping Out, and I really like it a lot. I don't know why. I guess the team up between Jenni and Jeff Lewis plus his housemaid Zoila.

Summer Fun on the Road

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June 23, 2011

Summer's bright, balmy days are calling... it's time for vacation! And for many of us, that means hitting the road. To help you enjoy the ride-and arrive safely at your destination-the car experts at NAPA AutoCare have assembled their best trip tips. They'll help you get where you're going, and have fun along the way!

Safe Travels
  • We love the warm temperatures! But too much heat can ruin your day. When the mercury rises, take a little extra care with these hot weather travel tips:
Beat the heat-before it starts. When possible, park your vehicle under trees or other protective cover, or invest in sun-blocking shades for all of your windows.

Cover the seats. You'll be surprised how much cooler the seats in your car will be if you simply place a blanket or towel them during the day.

Lock it. Children can be tempted to get into an unlocked car; and on a hot day, that can spell disaster. Better to leave your vehicle locked up tight at all times.

Better BBQing

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June 20, 2011

Grilled burgers and franks are hot hits with the kids, but improperly prepared meat can be a prime cause of food poisoning. Follow this advice to help keep your family safe this summer.

  • Thaw meat in the fridge. Don't defrost meat or poultry on the counter-bacteria can quickly multiply at room temperature. If you need to speed up the process, use your microwave's defrost setting and then immediately transfer to the grill.
  • Use clean plates. Dishes, cutting boards, and utensils that touched raw meat can harbor bacteria, so clear them away where little hands can't reach them. Always use new dishes for cooked food and wash hands frequently, advises the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
  • Check for doneness. Keep a cooking thermometer by the barbecue to check for these safe internal temperatures: chicken or turkey breasts, 165 degrees F; hamburgers, pork, and medium steaks, 160 degrees F; medium-rare steaks, 145 degrees F.

Links Cannot Be Tagged Nofollow

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June 08, 2011

I had a tough day today. Got a grab bag last night and all I have to do is copy and paste it to my blog. When I submitted the tasks, it was rejected this morning. I did exactly what it was on the tasks. The reason of rejection was: Links Cannot Be Tagged Nofollow. I have no idea what the heck it was. The other task got approved but the other one is still waiting for approval. Hopefully, tomorrow when I check my blog it's been approve already.

Tick-Borne Illnesses

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June 02, 2011

If a tick bites you, it's important to be aware of symptoms associated with tick-related diseases. Two that may be more commonly recognized are Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Each illnesses can mimic or appear to be related to another condition; however, they both may produce a telltale rash.
  • Lyme disease-This disease is transmitted by the deer tick, which is brown and smaller than a wood tick. These ticks are found throughout the U.S. Only a few carry the infectious agent, but if an infected tick bites you, the longer it's attached to the skin, the greater the risk you'll be infected. Several days after the bite, a red, circular-shaped rash may develop around the bite and flu-like symptoms may follow. When caught early, oral antibiotics often prevent complications. The antibiotic doxycycline is the drug of choice. If Lyme disease isn't treated, problems may develop. Arthritis, Bell's palsy, heart problems and neurological symptoms may occur within several months.
  • Rocky Mountain spotted fever-This is the second most common tick-borne infection in the U.S. It is transmitted by several types of ticks including the wood tick and American dog tick. Symptoms of this illness can be flu-like. A red rash may appear on wrists and ankles, eventually spreading up the arms and legs to the chest. A mild case that's treated promptly typically causes few problems. Left untreated, Rocky Mountain spotted fever may cause serious complications, such as heart, lung or kidney failure, or a brain infection called encephalitis, which can lead to a coma.
If you've been bitten by a tick and develop a rash, fever or swollen lymph nodes, see your doctor. Left untreated, these infections can even be life-threatening. Fortunately, antibiotic treatment is usually successful, particularly when treatment is started early.

Keep an Eye on Big Kids

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May 18, 2011

Children experience rapid development, both physically and mentally, as they enter their school years. It's up to you to instill smart decision-making.

  • Use a booster seat for children whose weight or height is above the forward-facing limit for their car seat. Many big kids aren't big enough to do without a booster seat. This should be used until the "adult-size" vehicle lap-and-shoulder seat belt fits properly-typically when children have reached 4 feet 9 inches n height and are between 8 and 12 years of age.
  • Keep them safe from burns when they're serving themselves. Do not allow them to use a microwave or stove at this age because of the risk of fires and serious burns.


Pour Judgment

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May 13, 2011

It's OK-even healthy-to have a drink a day, but make sure it's just one. When we asked a group of wine fans to pour themselves a glass of red or white as they would at home, most of them did pretty well (five ounces) when using a small (10-ounce and 12-ounce) glasses. But when testers were given a 28-ounce glass, nearly half of them over-poured by an average of two ounces. That's 40 percent more alcohol than a standard drink-a difference that tacks on 50 calories and can chip away at the one-a-day health payoffs. To get a just-right visual marker, fill a measuring cup with five ounces of water and pour it into your stemware. That's as far as you should go the next time you uncork-and keep that line in mind when you're sipping at a restaurant, where overly generous pours seem to have become the norm.

Being Lazy!

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May 04, 2011

I'm glad I felt so much better today. I did household chores and got a chance to change the template of my other blog. I'm really getting lazy to post my blog. Hopefully, in the next few days I will spend more time on the computer. It's been awhile that I didn't get any tasks for my other blogs. I know my all of my blogs are still unranked but before I used to get 2 or more per week.

Cranberry Caveat

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April 16, 2011

Cranberry juice may not be the preventive many of us thought-at least for urinary tract infections. A study of 319 women found those who drank the juice twice a day for six months fared no better than those given another fruity drink that didn't have the compound (proanthocyanidin) believed to be the magic anti-UTI agent. Both groups had lower recurrence rates than expected, so scientists may have misidentified the infection-fighting compound, and the dummy juice could have inadvertently contained a nutrient that offered protection. Or the women may have been drinking more fluids and urinating more often, which can decrease bacterial growth and or reduce symptoms.

A Mother's Day Worth Save-oring

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April 11, 2011

Mother's Day is often celebrated by showering mom with a special gift to show you care-but that's no reason to break the bank. Plan ahead and surprise you mom with a real gift from the heart, such as a homemade baked treat or a time-spend craft. You'll save a bundle and show your mom just how much she means to you. Here are some gift-giving ideas to ensure her devoted day is one worth savoring.

TIP SAY IT WITH FLOWERS Present her with a beautiful vase, overflowing with freshly picked flowers of her favorite variety.

TIP SET A LUNCH DATE Pick a place both you and your mom love and treat yourselves to a lovely luncheon for just the two of you.

TIP FRAMED FAMILY PHOTOGRAPH Flip through your family photo albums and choose a shot that reminds you of a fond memory. Take it to a camera shop and have them blow it up, change it to black and white, and it mounted in a nice frame.

TIP GIVE HER A HAND Take over the household chores for the day and spend a few hours cleaning up for her.

Dryer Needs Cleaning Beyond Lint Trap

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April 05, 2011

You probably peel the lint out of your clothes dryer's lint trap after every load of laundry. But that's not enough to keep the appliance from posing a fire hazard for your home. Add a new more maintenance checks to your laundry-day routine, including:
  • Notice how long it takes the dryer to dry your clothes. If they're still damp at the end of a typical drying cycle, or if it's starting to take longer to dry clothes, your lint screen or exhaust duct is probably blocked.
  • Clean the dryer vent and exhaust duct at least once a year. The duct is the coil that sends the hot dryer air to the outdoors. The vent is the hole where the hot air leaves the house. Both can get clogged with lint and overheat, send dirty, moist air back into your home, or even catch on fire. You might have to disconnect the exhaust duct from the dryer and from the vent to remove a blockage.
  • Sweep behind your dryer regularly. Lint can accumulate there and also underneath. Move the dryer and clean the back of it. This might be a job for a service technician rather than for a do-it-yourself.
  • If your exhaust duct is plastic or foil, replace it with a rigid or corrugated, semi-rigid metal duct. Plastic and foil are too flexible and trap lint easily. They're also easier to crush, which will prevent air from flowing through the vent.
  • Avoid throwing gasoline, oil or chemical-soiled clothes and towels into the dryer. Instead, wash them several times and line-dry them. If you have to use the dryer for them, choose the lowest setting, and remove them the minute the cycle is finished. Even washed-and-dried clothes that have come into contact with volatile chemicals can ignite. Best bet: Consider the clothes ruined and safely dispose of them.


Digital Cameras

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March 18, 2011

Retailers discount last year's models in the spring to make way for new ones. Here are tips for choosing a good one.

STOP COUNTING MEGAPIXELS (MP) For snapshots, 10MP is probably plenty-they can produce great prints up to 11" by 14".

SPLURGE ON A GOOD ZOOM INSTEAD A lens with a high optical zoom is worth the investment: 5x is good; 10x is excellent. (Ignore digital zoom, though. A function of a camera's software, it blows up an image as you shoot it and crops it off-it can yield pix-elated photos.)

LOOK FOR IMAGE STABILIZATION Again, optical (rather than digital) image stabilization is the way to go, to help prevent blurry action shots.

ALSO CONSIDER Low-light sensitivity; a 3"-plus screen; a "burst" mode for taking rapid-fire shots; smile, blink, or face detection for capturing groups; and HD video recording (720 is good, 1080 is better)

Good To Know

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March 17, 2011

Pregnancy losses raise your chance of heart attack, so tell your doctor if you've had repeated miscarriages or a still-birth, even if it was decades ago.

Losing just 10 pounds, if you're overweight or obese, can reduce knee, hip, and overall pain 20 to 30 percent.

New drug for IBS In a recent study, two weeks of treatment with the antibiotic Xifaxan (rifaximin) led to significant improvement in symptoms-even up to 10 weeks after patients stopped taking the drug.

New Update

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March 03, 2011

It's been few weeks that I hadn't post my blog for this site. I wasn't that busy at all. Just decided not to post anything on this site. I'm planning to get my own domain for this site but it seems like having your own domain cannot guarantee that you can get more opportunity. I have 2 blogs with own domains and sometimes I can get a task. Being unranked also is the problem so I'll just wait and see in the future.

Wait Before You Medicate

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February 15, 2011

Nearly a million American kids may be misdiagnosed with ADHD, simply due to age-related maturity gaps (which usually disappear over time). A study found that young kindergartners are 60 percent more likely to be deemed hyper-active than older peers. If your child has a late birthday and distractibility is a concern, consider waiting if out first, says study author Todd Elder, Ph.D.

Stormy Wednesday

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February 02, 2011

I had a pretty good day today. My husband didn't go to work due to winter storm weather. It's been very cold outside today. We didn't let Charles go outside to make his snow angel. Hopefully tomorrow the sun will show up so we can go outside and play with the snow. Well, I didn't really done much things today aside from watching TV. Also, I'm getting lazy to post my blog for this site. I've been blogging for almost a year now and I couldn't get any offer for this blog.

Irritated!

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January 29, 2011

I am irritated and disappointed right now. Few days ago, we're trying to renew my Insurance Policy online. When my husband gets home, we got the mail from my Insurance Provider saying that they will not renew my policy because of my preexisting condition way back in 2006. First and foremost, I've been a customer of their Insurance for 1 year and 6 months. During the time period of my coverage on their Insurance, I've never been admitted at the hospital because of my preexisting condition same with my son. Insurance provider just want to keep on receiving the money. I don't like how the health care systems works here in the United States. It is way too expensive!

Apple iPad with Wi-Fi +3G

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January 23, 2011

It's not an exaggeration to say that the iPad has taken the country by storm. Within weeks of its introduction, tens of thousands of apps had been developed for it-with more being launched on a daily basis. Part of its genius, aside from speedy Web browsing, elegant e-reading, stunning video display, and crystal-clear sound, is the ease with which it can be used. The iPad is uber-comfortable thanks to its light weight, convenient size, and touch screen. "You can take it everywhere-and watch Netflix films, play games, check e-mail, and surf the Web-all with seamless navigation, "says Test Engineer Erik Eibert.

Charles picked his own shirt

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January 18, 2011

We just got back home from Olive Garden. I really like my food which is Seafood Portofino. Charles didn't eat his food as he was cranky. He didn't take his nap today so every time I will ask a question for him he'll always say no. Well, it's really cold outside tonight. I think it will gonna snow tomorrow maybe a couple of inches. By the way, Charles picked his own shirt tonight even though I already put his polo shirt on him.

Kim Kardashian, Glamour Girl

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January 13, 2011

I just bought February issue of Glamour Magazine. Kim Kardashian was the Cover Girl. I really like her. She's hot and sexy. I always watch their reality shows on TV like Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kourtney and Khloe takes Miami. And few days from now, Kourtney and Kim take New York will be seen on E! Well, if you're a fan of this Kardashian Gals get a copy now of Glamour Magazine.

Undecided of not going

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January 10, 2011

I'm still undecided whether Charles and I will gonna watch wrestling tomorrow night. The weather is very cold and I really don't want to be outside. I know it's good for Charles and I to meet other people and not just staying inside the house. I have to think it first whether I will gonna go or not. Lets see!

Update

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January 06, 2011

I really don't have much things to say on this blog. It's been a couple of months now since I submitted this blog to a paying site but I couldn't get any tasks at all. Also, it's seems like I couldn't get any Pagerank for this blog. As of now, I don't want to get a new domain for this blog. Tasks for my other blogs are only few and the payout rate is too little.

I messed up my tasks

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January 02, 2011

I was invited by an advertiser to write a post but I didn't read the entire email that was sent to me. Just found out when I checked my email again and read the entire email. There's a title ready for the task and I already submitted this task. Hopefully, it will be sent back by the advertiser so I can made some changes.