Gift Recommendations for Valentine’s Day

Hey dude, are you having trouble on what to give to your special someone this coming Valentine’s Day? Worry no more! It does not really matter if you still don’t know very well your partner; actually it’s just a plus. But if you really can’t decide on what to give, this is what I suggest, give her a WRISTWATCH!

Yes, a wristwatch! Well, you might be wondering why I suggested that stuff. Actually, I just based it on my own experience with girls, I have never seen a lady who hated wristwatches, and most of them want to have one. If I remember it right, I gave my wife a wristwatch and she loved it so much, her eyes sparkled as she sees the detailed design of the wristwatch I gave her. She did not complain if the gift I gave her looks classy, instead she told me that she has the perfect attire that is a perfect match for it. read more

Microsoft 70-647 Windows Server Certification Exam

Microsoft certification candidates seeking career opportunities as certified Enterprise Administrators are eligible to take the 70-647 exam. The primary role of this exam is to assess a candidate’s knowledge and skill level in the usage of Windows Server 2008 R2 in the capacity of infrastructure design, configuration, and varied administrative support duties. The 70-647 is a proctored exam that is currently available in ten languages and counts as credit toward the MCITP: Enterprise Administrator certification. read more

Why Date a Writer?

Whether a conventional writer, a journalist, a blogger, a poet or just somebody who writes diary entries, he’s the best pick for keeps. Here’s why:

  • Writers are observant.

Women frequently complain when men don’t get our non-verbal cues on whatever feeling we are trying to send across. Since writers are observant people, they are very particular with details. They remember a lot of things, even the smallest details that we include in our actions. Men are really poor in remembering important occasions, your favorites, your diet, or even your birthday. But an observant writer knows how to remember the things that get their attention. Just make sure that their attention is yours, so they would remember you and things about you most of the time. read more

Funny Christmas Memes

Merry Christmas to all! Just this morning I find some funny Christmas memes in my Facebook feed and I decided to compile theme here. We have this funny thing about our so-called “Hide and Seek” game between the Grandparents (Ninong and Ninang) and their Grandchildren (Inaanak) during Christmas day. Though this is not true to most of the Grandparents, it became a traditional humor among Filipinos.

I’ll be updating this post, when I see more funny memes.





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Merry Christmas to Everyone!

I would like to greet my readers and blog mates a very Merry Christmas, may your celebration become joyful and meaningful. But as we celebrate, let us not forget to main essence of Christmas, it’s the celebration of our Lord Jesus Christ’s birth. May we recall all his teachings and put them into action, this is the best time to share the love that He gave to us. Again, Merry Christmas to Everyone!

Tips for Securing Your Car

Taking a few simple steps to improve your car’s security features can be a seriously wise move. By enhancing your security you’ll lower your insurance premium costs while saving yourself the potential trauma and expense of having your car stolen. You may not believe theft could happen to you, but according to the AA, over 100,000 cars were stolen last year in the UK, and only around half of them were ever recovered. Reduce your chances of falling into this unfortunate group with these security-boosting ideas.
An immobiliser is a clever little device that stops the motor, fuel pump or ignition (depending on which immobiliser you buy) from starting up when you don’t want it to. This security device will prevent anyone but you from being able to drive off with your car, and will drastically bring down the cost of your insurance premiums, just as long as the immobiliser has been “Sold Secure” or “Thatcham” approved and has been fitted by a licensed member of the Vehicle Systems Installation Board.
If your car doesn’t come with an alarm built in, consider investing in one, as it can be a simple, but effective way of preventing theft, alerting you to a wide variety of attempted break-ins, from someone simply touching your car to a door being opened. Just be sure to check in with your insurer that the alarm is approved by your policy before purchasing.
Telematic vehicle trackers
These electronic tracking devices can be installed into your car and then use GPS to provide real-time tracking technology to hunt your car down if it’s been stolen. They’ve been known to accurately provide locations for many a stolen vehicle within a very short timeframe, and are an especially good option if you have a car that’s particularly valuable to you, that you’d be desperate to track down if it went missing. Sometimes this comes as a free feature with black box insurance policies, find out more by reading telematics cover explained.
Wheel locks
It’s not just your whole car that thieves are after, some target wheels specifically. Getting a wheel lock will keep potential criminals away from your vehicle and make sure your car stays intact.
Consider your parking
A potentially obvious but often missed way of reducing the chances of car theft is as simple as the location you choose to park your car. Try and keep your car in well-lit areas where attention will be attracted if anything were to happen. When it comes to the night time, when the majority of car theft takes place, a locked garage is always a far safer option than parking on the road. If you don’t have that option and park your car in a driveway outside your house, a motion detector light can be a good tool for alerting you to potential robbers.
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The Penny Farthing – Why?

When people who are not from the UK are told: Think of an iconic British bicycle, they are immediately reminded of the Penny Farthing. A bicycle that became legend due to its incredibly strange design, it’s odd to think that the Penny Farthing is probably more popular now than when it was first designed. So why was it designed?

The father of the Farthing
In 1870, James Starley began to produce bicycles of the same design as the French bicycle boneshaker, but with larger front wheels. The Penny Farthing was created soon after, the name given to it due to its resemblance in appearance to a penny placed next to a farthing; the currency of the era. It has since become a symbol of the Victorian Era, despite its lack of success and short life. read more

Sorting Men Out

What if we can sort men? What would be each container’s label? Let’s give it a try! Here are some observable ‘sorts’ of men that women encounter.

 The Cutie-Patootie – the guy with the cutest dimples, long dark lashes, and perfect face outline, though not very tall but definitely someone who will make you blush in just one glance. That mannequin-like cuteness that you want to take home for display.

 The Prince Charming – no longer with a white horse but undoubtedly charming. Charms you in all that he does, that you can’t help admire even his task of tying his shoelace. He is THAT charming. You can’t explain why he affected you that much, ’cause he’s not much of a looker, but he would have that x-factor. read more

Faulty Reasons to Engage in a Relationship (Part 2)

Here you go! This is the second part of Faulty Reasons to Engage in a Relationship. We’ll continue discussing the different reasons people use to justify the existence of a relationship. There are a lot of reasons yet there is only one that would make a relationship last. Why? Simply because all these reasons that you want to be the foundation of your relationship will never promise forever. All these perish in time, and when they fade, your commitment loses its grip. Thus, in engaging in a relationship, one must not commit only for… read more