Month: September 2011

That One Voice

Hi back, blog. I have been missing for quite sometimes. What’s new. The procrastination bug hits me again. The last post, not counted, as it was a homework given to me and I have to churn out something in a limited time period. So now, I am back. I am compelled to write about voices, […]

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Those Plastics Cards

Do you remember how you felt when you first got your credit card? How did you choose your first credit card? Was it based on the perks, points, credibility of the banks? I remember clearly my very first credit card was HSBC. Why? Because at that point of time, they gave the best perks in […]

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Staying at Home

Guest post written by Kevin Beach Being a stay at home mom is tough work but one of the things I find hardest is that I feel like my husband gets to make all the big life decisions. For example, when his company offered him a transfer to Texas he took it even though it […]

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Thank You for Letting be Your “Anyhow” Teacher

This post may come a little bit too late but I would like to wish Happy Teachers’ Day to those who teach in the traditional manners and to those who don’t. I dedicate this post instead to my ex-students who still bother to see me as a teacher! I used to be a teacher for […]

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