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Fit for the Medals. Philippine First Winter Olympian in 20 Years Advances in Sochi

Posted on | February 14, 2014 | No Comments

Michael Christian Martinez, the Philippines’ first Winter Olympian in more than two decades, advances to the medal round of the men’s figure skating competition in Sochi late Thursday (Manila time). The 17-year-old Martinez impressed on the rink with a smooth performance—nailing the triple Axel jump—and earned a score of 64.81 (33.31 technical, 31.50 component), which was good for 19th place at the conclusion of the competition. Even before setting foot on the rink, Martinez already made history by being the […]

The Value of Chemistry

Posted on | February 13, 2014 | No Comments

In life we often travel with people we don’t like. Be it office mates, bosses, relatives and family members, school mates, etc. There are just people that doesn’t fit your own criteria of friendly person. And we just don’t like them. Most of the times, for the sake of peace, we show face, or try so hard to be friendly and accommodating, only to end up with an even greater strain and distant on that relationship. So, what to do […]

Life is a long Journey. Don’t get caught walking alone

Posted on | August 27, 2013 | No Comments

I saw this man today. Alone at the back of the school and took a picture. Imagine yourself living in such a condition for years. Some of us have this idea that everything is going to be the way it is for years and does not appreciate the many good things we got going for us. But these things can be easily taken away from us if we are not careful, if we do not take care of the things […]

Increasing Sexual Activity Helps Prevent Uric Acid Disease/GOUT

Posted on | April 16, 2013 | No Comments

There are countless of health tips you can find around the net these days. It is almost impossible to believe they are true. Among the best practices I have found in reducing Uric Acid are the following: Losing Weight Eating Foods Low Purine (Diet Low Purine) Drinking more Water Expand Food Containing Calcium and High Antioxidant Avoiding Alcohol and Soft Drink Limiting consumption of fried food While it is true that these tips can help prevent an increase in uric […]

Life is all about being at peace

Posted on | April 15, 2013 | No Comments

Hello YCC readers. It’s been one of the biggest challenge for me the last 3 months. I wasn’t able to right anything. I am sure many of you were wondering. I am back and will do the best I can to better myself. I would like to share about somethings that I have come to learn in the last 3 months hiatus. I have begun to understand that in life, a lot of people go after things that makes them […]

Be Your Best Everyday : Tips On Happier Living

Posted on | February 7, 2013 | No Comments

The other night, I went out with my family to have dinner in a fast food place. And while waiting for our order, I just can’t help but notice the waiter who is serving our meals for that night. He is not handsome for my taste so that’s definitely not the reason why I noticed him. He’s also not the type of guy with a gorgeous body built that would be irresistible for girls. He’s just a normal looking, typical […]

Would You Trade Your Reputation For a Piece of Bread?

Posted on | February 6, 2013 | No Comments

Trust in a relationship is vital and is one of the most easily broken by people. I am not particular how this issue have been in the past, but I imagine it would be the same issue people faced back then as it is now. I was playing tennis at our local club this morning against a guy who I have never played before. He is a highly regarded person in the club so my respect was through the roof […]

Live More Productively : 2 Ways To Overcome Procrastination

Posted on | February 5, 2013 | 1 Comment

There are many ways to achieve success in life, unfortunately procrastinating is not one of them. Procrastination is defined by the dictionary as the act or habit of  procrastinating, or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention. Simply put, procrastinating is NOT doing something that has to be done or in layman’s term – laziness. It is an act that if neglected can turn into a habit and lead to unproductivity, depression, lost self-esteem or anxiety. However, if […]

3 Best Parental Role Models You Should Work Toward a Successful Family Relationship

Posted on | February 4, 2013 | No Comments

Are you a parent? What kind of parent are you? There are at least 3 Best Parental Role Models That will works for you according to a Perry L Draper in his book on parenting, Parents Take Charge. These parental role models work toward a successful relationship in the family. The Architect. The architect has a certain concept in his mind of a building that he wishes to create. He then attempts to translate that mental image to initial sketches, drawings, […]

3 Timeless Practices For A Stronger and Closer Family Bond

Posted on | January 29, 2013 | No Comments

Ever thought of the reason why many people put very high importance to the value of their family name above anything else? Well, according to Lord Tywin Lannister of the Game of Thrones, “It is the family name that lives on – it is all that lives on”. This was during his conversation with his son Jamie in the middle of planning for a war against the Starks in season 1. His entire words were: “Your mother’s dead, before long […]

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