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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Getting Rid of Unwanted House Guests

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Rodents are totally harmful to one’s health. If you have children it is important that you don’t have these rodents running around your homes and worst your kids might have these pests as pets (laugher side).  If you are like me who likes keeping extra food stored in the house, it is very important to me that I don’t have rats eating my food. Actually, my sister in the Philippines is also having problem with these unwanted guests that is why I am sending her one combo kit to help her get rid of these rodents.

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Music Monday: Billionaire Pinoy Style

Hi, wanna hear the pinoy style of "I Want to be a Billionaire", well, hop on and spend some few moments listening to my family's rendition of the song.

hope you enjoy listening friends;)

Monday, January 17, 2011

Little Fockers

The Godfather Robert De Niro appoints his successor Ben Stiller to be the Godfocker. Yes folks, “Little Fockers”, a comedy movie and a sequel to both “Meet the Parents” (2000) and “Meet the Fockers” (2004). ”, I should say a must see movie. I do enjoy the movie the way it was set up to using familiar characters and the jokes they used in their lines, testing the wills between Jack Byrnes and Greg Fockers intensify to new heights of comedy.

Friday, January 14, 2011

3 Realistic Ideas in Getting Organized for School

Getting organized for school is sometimes a daunting task, especially so when friends around you are more likely to be disorganized. Here are 3 realistic ideas to get better organized: visualize the future; control the present; and learn from the past.

Having a plan to get organized for school will not make it boring. You don’t kill spontaneity by having set tasks and following them. We have to keep it real; we can’t be completely free while in school. There are rules to follow and assignments to do, but this is only so that when we are already out in the real world, we’ll be responsible individuals who know how to be free without losing consideration for other people. Here are some ideas in getting organized for school:

Visualize the future

Think of the end result. Why are you in school? Is being in school better than doing something else? Listen to what older people are saying about school. They’ve been there, they should know. This exercise is for you to have a clear idea in mind on why you are studying. You would always want to get going somewhere when you know something awaits you there, something good for you. And when you have this in mind, however you sway from your current path, you’d always go back to it.

Control the present

This is where you are, school happens every day, and you have to be here. To start off, take school little by little. Although you already have long-term goals, you should also have tangible short-term goals. Make a weekly schedule. This way you can always start fresh every week.

Sunday is called the day of rest for a reason. You will be more prepared for the week ahead if you have a clear Sunday. Try to have your home works finished by Friday and Saturday so that come Sunday you don’t have to cram. Also, doing assignments on Friday and Saturday keeps the lessons still fresh in your mind, and having the workload shared during these two days will leave you enough time to still enjoy the weekends. If you’ve had enough rest during the weekends, Monday won’t be as horrible. There might even be a chance that you’ll look forward to it, having missed your friends at school and being confident because you’re prepared. When you’ve went through Monday alive, the rest of the week will just pass by in a breeze.

Learn from the past

Always, when something turns out contrary to the way you wanted them to be, make the situation an advantage still. Make use of the experience. It’s a fact, if you make the same mistake again, you’d feel worse than the first time—so don’t let that happen. Of course it’s natural for us to commit mishaps every now and then because we’re not all-knowing beings, but the least we can do is see to it that our errors are always original each time and never intentional.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

4 Essential Tips to Improve Your Teenager’s Grades and Discipline

To improve your teenager’s grades and discipline, you should establish a strong relationship with your teenager, explain the importance of academic performance and discipline, understand your teenager’s learning style, and build your teenager’s self-confidence.

Parents can rely on the help provided by educational institutions to ensure that their children become educated and disciplined individuals. Educational facilities like military schools offer more specialized training in their curriculum and programs. They also employ stricter standards on the performance of their students. But, regardless of whether your teenager is in a military School or a standard educational institution, you want him or her to earn good grades and be disciplined. Here are some tips that can help you:

Establish a strong relationship with your teenager

Teenagers are in a phase of life in which they are trying to discover and establish their identities. In this developmental phase they are most likely to value and prioritize their friends over their parents or family members. Despite this, parents should make extra efforts to build a strong bond with their teens. You can accomplish this through simple acts like setting aside quality time for your child. This bond, consequently, will be the means for channeling your expectations of good academic performance and discipline to your teenager. At the same time, it will also encourage your children to express their struggles and concerns to you.

Explain the importance of academic performance and discipline

Sometimes, teenagers fail to see the importance of school in the first place or understand why they have to be disciplined. This might be one reason why they slack off. You can explain to your child that their time in school will serve as a good training ground for the career they choose in the future. Something as basic and as simple as helping your child see the bigger picture could motivate them to improve their performance in school.

Understand your teenager’s learning style

There are a variety of learning styles that people use to comprehend the world around them. Some people learn better through their listening skills, some by reading, and others through graphic and visual presentations and so on. Your teenager may learn his or her lessons better if they study using the style that they are comfortable with. You can help your child determine his or her learning style by observing his study habits. You can also discover this together by trying different studying activities.

Build your teenager’s self-confidence

Your teenager is in a transition phase where he or she has probably become quite sensitive about how others perceive him or her. That said, you should be the first person to let your teenager know that they are accepted and loved. Acceptance and love are just two key elements that will help build your child’s confidence. Motivate your child to excel and do well in school, and whether they succeed or fail, let them know they are accepted and loved. When you build your child’s confidence you are showing them that you trust in their capabilities and potential. and they, in turn, may try to meet your expectations. On the other hand, children who have low self-confidence can easily feel unmotivated and may become rebellious and undisciplined.

Improving your teenager’s grades and discipline requires both you and your child’s effort and time.