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  The other night Hubby was watching “Undercover Boss” on cable, an American reality tv show that features CEOs of huge companies in the US go undercover and meet their personnel from different branches all over the country.  That episode featured the company Belfor Inc., known to be the largest home restoration company providing cleaning […]

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I wasn’t prepared for motherhood.  My good guess is that no matter how old you are when you become a mother for the first time, no amount of preparation is ever enough to really prepare you for actual motherhood duties. I feel younger than ever, despite the fact that my waist line seems to be […]

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How is the “execution” of your new year’s resolutions so far?  You might say, “Here she goes again…babbling about new year’s resolutions like a self-declared, nagging conscience constantly reminding her couch chatmates.” I read your minds.  I’m not nagging, rather consider it as a defense mechanism since I am finding my main new year’s resolution […]

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How is 2013 treating you so far? I hope you are having a good start, and that you managed to actually take the first steps towards your goals for 2013.  The other night, while watching the news, I came across this report on “post-holiday blues” – specifically that feeling of (semi?) depression after the holidays […]

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I have always prided myself as a multi-tasker, practically an Oprah minion when she discussed it lengthily on her old talk show.  I was an advocate of doing 3, even 5 things at the same time, and truly believed that as a working mother, I need to master that art.  As time went, however, I […]

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  In a few days, 2012 is about to end, and we usher in the New Year.  We are still here, living through the end of the Mayan calendar, and despite chilling prophecies of doomsday, one even involving Psy and the Gangnam Style dance craze. Would you have done any differently in your remaining days […]

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  It started with Pablo wreaking havoc in our country on the first week of December, when people should already be preparing for what is usually the most wonderful time of the year.  Three weeks later, the death toll has reached more than a thousand, and families affected by this killer typhoon seemingly have nothing […]

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It’s Christmas time once again, time to draw that Christmas wish list in the hope that some Secret Santa will find it and give us everything on that list.  It’s been a while since I made a list like that, so bear with me as I share this: (1) a Samsung Smart TV (46″ D6600 […]

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  Sometime last week, the Filipino people have been declared as the most emotional citizens in the world, based on a poll conducted by Gallup, a world famous organization that engages in research and studies on all facets of humanity.  The poll included 150 countries, and our beloved people are shown to be experiencing most […]

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Over the recent long weekend, on All Saints’ Day to be exact, I had the privilege to read yet another amazing novel from Mitch Albom, whom I consider to be a writing genius of this generation.  I find his books really inspiring, somewhat sad, but in all ways enlightening.  If I were to list my […]

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