The Mind Museum: It’ll Blow Your Mind!

Museums have always been a favorite of mine.  Just recently,  my daughter and I visited the Philippine National Museum to celebrate the national museums month with friends.   I love looking at the exhibits but I wished there were more interactive displays. Enter The Mind museum at Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.  Opened in the March 2012, this is the first world-class museum here in the country built by Filipinos for Filipinos.  It aims to help guests understand the role that science plays … [Read more...]

Continue Training in Logic Pro 9 with an Apple Level Two Certification

If you have experience with Logic Pro 9 and have already earned the Level One certification, you become a certified expert in the audio editing software by earning the Level Two certification, available from Apple. This certification exam will validate skills extended from the ones learned through the Level One certification program. As the second level of professional certification, it will represent your ability to work at an advanced level and perform tasks that are specialized by function … [Read more...]

A Traveller’s Guide to Dubdudan-Bita Falls – Tablas, Romblon

A Traveller’s Guide to Dubdudan-Bita Falls – Tablas, Romblon

  Dudduban-Bita Falls  is a 7-tiered falls is nestled at the heart of a lush hill. It's a popular attraction among the people of San Agustin, especially among the teens. I know this because we encountered a group of teenagers on our way to the falls and then another group arrived while we were there. Here's a quick video tour of Dubdudan Falls. I hope that this recording will capture what my words cannot describe and photos cannot reveal. Getting there From the town proper of San … [Read more...]

2013 Philippine Storm Names

2013 Philippine Storm Names

For the past two years, I have updated this blog with storm names at the beginning of the year. I'm a little behind at the moment but here's your 2013 Philippine storm names with their Pacific counterparts. I also included the auxiliary storm names for your reference. I made the list an image so you can download it and share it if you like. Auxiliary Storm Names Just in case we exhaust all that names, here's are the "backup names" that can be used: Alamid (unused) Bruno (unused) Conching … [Read more...]

Review: Imation PC Foldable Headset

A new acquaintance recently tweeted that her headphone is broke... yet again. It really struck me because I have at least three head phones lying around the house that I don't use. Either one of the earpieces don't work, or the mic isn't good. But think the one I am using now, the Imation PC Foldable Headset (P150), will last longer than the CD-R King headphones I've been buying. It has good sound quality and volume control. The mic isn't as sensitive as the CD-R King headphone of the same … [Read more...]

Happy Teacher’s Day!

Happy Teacher’s Day!

There are few teachers from my  high school that I would like to honor this day. Among them,  my fourth year adviser would be on top of my list. Let's call her Ma'am Connie. They say that teachers are your second parents and Ma'am Connie was truly my second mother in high school.  She was always ready to listen and give advice when needed. She supported all our endeavors individually and as a class even though the other teachers are against it. She always encouraged us to become better versions … [Read more...]

Under-the-stairs Office vs. Bedroom Office

Under-the-stairs Office vs. Bedroom Office

Ever since my sister and I paid the reservation for a small home in Imus, Cavite, I've started creating a Pinterest board full of ideas for small home design as well as small home office ideas. Basically, I can have my home office in two areas of the house -- under the stairs and in my bedroom, which I'll be sharing with my daughter. Under-the stairs Office I like the idea of under-the-stairs office. The only problem is that if someone opens the door, it will certainly hit the table (if not … [Read more...]

Review: Ibayo by Barrio Fiesta, SM Mall of Asia

Review: Ibayo by Barrio Fiesta, SM Mall of Asia

Turon is a favorite merienda for many Filipinos. It's actually a favorite of mine along with Maruya and nilupak. I never order it in a restaurant since it's easy to find a vendor selling it cheap. But if you ever find yourself seated in one of the  tables at Ibayo by Barrio Fiesta at San Miguel by the Bay at the SM Mall of Asia, I suggest you try their Turon ala mode for merienda or dessert. Six pieces of small turon, about 2 to 3 inches long, is served with a scoop of ube ice cream on the … [Read more...]

How to Gain Cisco CCIE Storage Networking Certification

How to Gain Cisco CCIE Storage Networking Certification

Are you ready for the challenge of pursuing your Cisco Storage Networking certification? If so, then you will want to carefully consider the points in this article that will make the process much smoother and faster than you ever thought possible. Working with storage networks require a certain level of experience in order to properly manage, deploy, and make connections between a variety of data storage devices and servers. Let’s take a look at some effective methods that will result in you … [Read more...]

Multiply your Generikard loyalty points with Easy Pha-max wheatgrass

Multiply your Generikard loyalty points with Easy Pha-max wheatgrass

Here’s a five-month special treat for all the more than 30,000 loyal members of Generika, the fast-expanding drugstore chain selling generic medicines. Starting this August, you can multiply by 50 your GeneriKard loyalty points when you buy two sachets of Easy Pha-max wheatgrass (pure flavor), the number one organic and natural detoxifying drink that cleanses the blood and eliminates toxins from the body. Promo will last until December 31 this year, giving you more than enough time to … [Read more...]