Apr
10
  • Are you concerned that your child is a digital addict?

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    There is little doubt that we are now living in a digital age.  We seem to be swimming in a sea of technological gadgets and devices.  Even adults can find the sheer volume overwhelming – but what might it be doing to our children? Are you concerned that your child is – or may soon become – a digital addict? Today the array of devices and gadgets available is considerable, ranging from television to computers to tablets, smartphones and MP3 […]

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Apr
8
  • Kids Academy Mobile Apps Review

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    Playing games is every child’s world.  They live, interact, and learn in this world.  The more engaging and fun the game is, the better.  During these formative years of 2 to 5 years old, kids are like sponges.  They assimilate information fast. But these information could be put to waste if it is not retained.  Kids have higher probability of retaining information for a longer period of time, if the experience is fun and memorable.  So the key here is […]

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Apr
4
  • I Like It Bald

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    Derick, our son, had his first hair cut when he was two years old.  My husband was thinking of a hairstyle.  But on my end, without any adieu I thought right away of skin-head ^_^.  I find it so masculine. Anyway, he did not oppose.  He likes it as well.  During our younger years we both wanted to cut our hair that short.  It became popular when Demi Moore played a military soldier in G.I Jane.  Unfortunately, the shape of […]

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Apr
3
  • Hairstyle a la Frozen

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    Summer, probably just like any other kids, is very much hooked up with Walt Disney’s latest craze, Frozen. She tries to memorize and sings the song. Even Derick who only picks up the last syllable of a word sings along with her. With the movie comes, of course, the frozen dolls.  Summer upon seeing these beautiful Frozen dolls was totally thrilled and wanted to have one as well.  Here’s the difficult part, saying no.  Well, we  simply told her that […]

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Apr
2
  • Cavity-Free Family

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    Dental care is very important. We grew up knowing that … eating too much sweets can cause tooth decay, and food parcels left in between the teeth can cause tooth decay. plaque “eat up” the teeth by the acid they produce consequently resulting to tooth cavity. brushing and dental flossing keeps the plaque at bay. While these are true, these are just bit and parcel of the whole truth. Healthy teeth and gums can only be attained from eating healthy […]

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Mar
20
  • Hey Hey Linda

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    This boy who calls her mom by her name is not cool.   But Ellen DeGeneres broadcasting this, is all the more not cool.   Sure, parents are not perfect, and sure there are kids who are undergoing a difficult stage.  But do we really have to show this to the world? The media is very powerful. Whether we like it or not, kids as young as two years old  already know how to browse youtube.  Young kids absorb whatever […]

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Mar
16
  • Imelda Marcos in the Making?

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    A little background here… Imelda Marcos was the first lady of the 10th President of the Republic of the Philippines, Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos, Sr.  She’s one of the many Filipina women who caught the attention of people from across the globe.  A Thai colleague from a school I was previously affiliated, told me that their Queen is as beautiful as Imelda Marcos.  Wow! Well anyway, she is famous for amassing 3,000 plus to-die-for shoes.  Something that will be remembered by […]

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Mar
12
  • Kids and Mathematics

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    Most people find Mathematics a difficult subject and irrelevant to everyday life. I remember a friend of mine saying “What in the world do I need X and Y for? Why do I have to burn the midnight oil studying sine, cosine, and tangent? Am I going to use XY to buy something in the market, or tell the driver I am going to angle of depression ABC? I also had a love hate relationship with Mathematics, those love moments […]

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Feb
15
  • Tmart Digital Weight Kitchen Food Diet Scale Review

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        This is a product review for the best digital scale in the market today, the digital weight kitchen food diet scale by www.Tmart.com.   I received this fragile-looking parcel, but the interior is actually lined with bubble wrap that serves as cushion for the item.  The actual product looks very dainty, light, and handy.  It comes in 2 different color choices – white and blue, with an all steel display panel. The digits are big enough even for people […]

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Feb
14
  • Fun Weekend Trips for Couples

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      Everyone needs to get-away now and again. Sure, it’s great spending days at home with the kids…but there are times when you simply need a break, to relax and devote uninterrupted moments to your partner. The following are five ideas for romantic, fun, and inexpensive weekend trips for couples. Take a Road-trip: Time spent on the road is the perfect way to reconnect and return to simpler days. Set aside your cell phones and computers and experience the beauty […]

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