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A Prudent “Rain Check”

Posted by on Nov 22, 2013 | 0 comments

A Prudent “Rain Check”

A couple of weeks ago, I made a promise to you, Dear Readers, that I would be working on new blog posts and that you could expect them to be published within the same week I made the announcement.  Today, two weeks after I made that statement, I’m sure y’all are wondering what happened to that promise.  Well, the good news is that I have a reasonable and valid excuse: Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) happened. I’m sure you guys are well aware of the details. When I wrote...

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Ecoballs: Helping The Environment One Laundry Load At A Time

Posted by on Sep 10, 2012 | 5 comments

Ecoballs: Helping The Environment One Laundry Load At A Time

So check this out! When I was out shopping with my family at Howards Storage World in Shangri-La Mall last month, we came across this product by Ecozone with this product description: Ecozone Ecoballs 150 Washes Replace regular laundry detergents.  Save money and help the environment!A revolutionary new way to clean your clothes that is eco-friendly and can save you money and water Reusable for up to 150 washes A more natural eco-friendly alternative to conventional washing powders Save...

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Standing Up To Fight (And Beat) Cancer

Posted by on Aug 15, 2012 | 0 comments

Standing Up To Fight (And Beat) Cancer

Hello and a B-E-A-U-tiful Wednesday, friends!  Our country is reportedly experiencing the wrath of Tropical Storm Helen but thankfully, it’s not so bad here right now where my family resides.  I’m not quite sure about the nearby provinces but I do pray that it isn’t so bad there either.  I wish to thank all of you who prayed (and are still praying) for my country during these extremely desperate times. Anyway, I’m writing this post to invite y’all to join my...

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Philippine Floods: A Recurring Widespread Danger

Posted by on Aug 13, 2012 | 0 comments

Philippine Floods: A Recurring Widespread Danger

Tropical Storm Gener (Saola), which hit the country towards the end of July, certainly brought back the ghosts of typhoons past, such as typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng in 2009, and Sendong late last year.  But it was the torrential rains brought in by the southwest monsoon (also called “Habagat”) following Tropical Storm Gener that had us actually relive the Ondoy nightmare last week.  This nameless monsoon put 50% of Manila underwater and (according to recent news updates)...

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