Sunday, February 19, 2012

Be Organized Online

I use the internet at least 8 or more hours a day. This is my window to the world, it helps me to connect to my friends and family in the Philippines and all over the world. Without it, I don't think I can survive. The internet also became my friend when it comes to shopping, getting good recipes to cook for my family, watch movies or shoes, listen to the music and a whole lot more. I do have tons of websites bookmarked in this computer.

One day a friend of mine came visited me and asked if she can use my computer real quick. Not long she navigate through my computer she complained about how I saved or put together the sites I frequently visit. Well, how do I know there is a better way to do it? She was the one who introduced me to clipix. If not because of her I wouldn't know how useful clipix is. 

I am just very thankful I have known clipix because since that day she came, I can now access to my most favorite sites without getting confused with my own list or getting lost as to what folder to go through just to find the only site I want to open. 

To those of you who are curious what this is all about, you click here and watch . Please visit the website too and sign up to begin organizing your most favorite sites ever.

Thanks. And oh before I forget, will you take a minute to leave a comment regarding this entry as to what you are going to use clipix for?

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Valentine's Day Surprise

I was completely surprised with my husband today. He handed me a Gordon Jewelers bag. In the bag are a heart necklace and a Valentine's card. I didn't expect the gifts at all. I thought it is no longer "uso" for we've been married for a couple years and that he might put this sweet deed aside.

What shocked me is that when I opened the jewelry box I found the necklace I was eyeing on days ago. I almost bought it for myself for it is too pretty. I am glad I did not do it, somebody did..hehe my husband got it for me how awesome! Thanks to the most wonderful husband alive! He never ceases to surprise me.

Also I am so touched of the message in the card. I thought he always picked the right kind of card that brings warmth to my heart.

Monday, February 13, 2012

A Day Before Valentine's Day

Today is February the 13th, a day before Valentine's day apparently lol. My husband and I don't talk about it, I don't even have a plan or something to give to him. For me, Valentine's day isn't a big deal nor it is a very special occasion to really spend money on to something. So what if I don't receive presents or treat to dinner for V.D? Anyway, it feels like everyday is a Valentine's day for me having him in my life. He always look after for his family's welfare and that is enough for me to think everyday is a special day for me and to all of us as long as we shall be together until the end of time!

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Save By Joining Prescription Savings Club at Walgreens

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Have you guys heard about a number or employees being laid off by American Airlines? Sad, isn't it? For sure a lot of businesses are greatly affected by this massive layoff. How does it affect everybody in your community? People who work at American Airlines could be your regular salon customer if you own a salon, a frequent diner at your restaurant or could be someone in your neighbor or could be a regular customer at the pharmacy you're working with.  

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Friday, February 3, 2012

One Week

Married life isn't always a bed of roses, part of it are misunderstandings, lovers' quarrel and other spices in life that makes the relationship grow stronger. My husband and I are married for over 7 years and all those years we shared together we have had only very few misunderstandings. Most part of the marriage is happy and just love is always within us.

However, if there are things we argue, often resolve it but there were times when things are hard to get over with so I am the one who usually making it a big deal. Anyway, he got me pissed last Sunday night and for that I stopped talking to him and he was completely unaware of it until he arrived home from work the following day which was Monday afternoon.

As we went to bed Sunday night, he kissed me goodnight but I did not respond. Monday he was at work he sent me messages on ym and on my cp but I chose not to reply them so when he got home he asked me what's going on, still I was not talking. When I am pissed at him I just don't wanna talk or do anything with him until I feel okay back again. He confronted me alright and he asked if I want it to last for one week, I did not say anything so he assumed I want it that way. So be it!

As the cold war goes until this writing of entry, we continued ignoring each other. I talk to my kids though and so he does. Well, I am not ignoring him completely because I talk to him a few words once in a while but you know there is tension in the air for we really are not in good terms right now...hmm no not yet! Hehehe...

Oh well, it is fine and I find no wrong with it bec. it is part of the marriage as well as the relationship would be boring without cold wars or whatsoever lol.


This guest post from Edgardo Rosa

I’m glad that I logged onto and got internet service at our house because I have been using it a lot lately. I was recently diagnosed with Type II diabetes. I was really upset when I got the diagnosis because I never really considered myself a candidate. I thought that I was relatively healthy and ate relatively well. Turns out, I haven’t been taking care of myself as well as I should.

I have been using the internet as a resource to understand the disease that I am living with. I had no idea what an A1c or the medications that I was being prescribed were. My doctor gave me some really great internet resources to use. My favorite one is an application that you can download to your phone to help yourself calculate the amount of insulin or medicine that you need to take depending on your blood glucose reading. I can also track my carbs and keep track of how much exercise that I have gotten. The internet is making this much easier!

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

10 Things Men Wish Women Knew About Sex Read more: Sex Tips for Women - Things Men Wish Women Knew About Sex - Woman's Day

Here are 10 “unmasking” facts you may want to know written by Brendan Tapley for Yahoo Shine.

1. We Respond to Praise
It’s believed that men are so consumed by our libido that we have no self-consciousness surrounding sex. But men are no different from women when it comes to compliments as catalysts for sexual confidence. This praise can be delivered before reaching the bedroom (give us the once-over and tell us how buff we look), and after (give us the once-over and tell us how buff we look naked). Along those lines, men worry about the size of their guts (and other measurable organs), their hair (or lack thereof) and other attributes. Try to be extra affirming about those sensitivities.

2. We Fear Intimacy…
…but not for the reason you think! Studies have shown that boys are more affectionate, even more expressive, than girls until they reach school age. At that time, social repression begins—of words, thoughts, feelings—and our desire for human connection goes underground. So taboo is this desire for intimacy that its possibility can terrify men—not because it’s smothering, but because we realize how desperate we are for it. What’s a woman to do? First, understand that your guy’s hasty retreat post-sex may be about his own shock at how much he craves a connection with you (and how much he’s denied it in life). Then, retreat a little yourself. This gives him time to see that his boyhood habits are, in fact, perfectly manly.

3. We Appreciate Sex for Sex’s Sake
Having said that about intimacy, sometimes a little “throw-me-down sex” is the right medicine. According to Joe Kort, PhD, a psychotherapist and sexologist, “Men want their wives to enjoy raw sex, not just endure it or take it personally. For men, it’s not about dominating a woman, but ravishing her.” On occasion, try letting him ravish you.

4. We Are Not Just Our…
The penis gets all the press, but men have “many erogenous zones,” says psychologist Melodie Schaefer, PsyD. “Men tend not to correct women because they’re afraid women will shut down and not touch them at all. But there are many places a woman should touch.” Like the chest, the inner thighs and face. Two other key areas: Gently gripping a man’s testicles can be a real turn-on, as it blends control with release. Also, stimulating the perineum, the area between the scrotum and anus, will heighten pleasure during oral sex.

5. We Encourage Fantasies
“Men want to share their fantasies but worry their wives will shame or judge them,” says Dr. Kort. Similarly, Dr. Schaefer reports that men wish women would reveal their imaginings. Want to open yourself to these possibilities? Try making a game of it. First, and most important, promise not to judge the other; then, privately write out scenarios that have tantalized you and place them in a box. When you are next intimate, pull one out. If you’re both comfortable, give it a shot. If not, Dr. Kort recommends asking the author a key question: What about this fantasy do you like? Sometimes, its themes can be addressed in different, more comfortable scenarios.

6. We Like It When You Talk
Talking during sex stimulates more than our ears. What kind of talk? Dirty, praising and instructive are great starts. As amusing as it may sound, a woman’s words can make a guy feel as potent and virile as a Roman gladiator, even if he’s a suburban banker.

7. We Need Your Honesty
Sex can solve the stresses of a relationship, but it’s often where the stresses show up. If we complain about a lack of sex (or your doing certain things only on our birthday), we may be overlooking serious issues that underpin such withholding. We need you to enlighten us. The male ego is often tied to sex, so it’s easy for us to dismiss bedroom problems as female disinterest rather than issues we have a part in. Avoiding these problems, however, only perpetuates your feeling unseen and our frustration.

8. We Enjoy the Dance
Men like a good quest; unfortunately, these days, there are so few. But romance earns that distinction. Allow us to court you; make us deserve your desire. Dr. Kort makes an additional point: “Emotional intimacy is about closeness, but sustaining sexual desire demands a certain amount of distance.” How do couples strike this tricky balance? By allowing each partner to have what he calls “separate sexuality”: a sexual life that doesn’t include, but doesn’t betray, the other. “For him, that might mean allowing his wife to use toys or letting other men look at her; for her, it might be permitting him to watch pornography in order to experience a fantasy.” Such indulgences help maintain the balance of desire and devotion for both parties.

9. We Can Explain Pornography
Finding a spouse using pornography is a top reason couples seek counsel, says Dr. Kort, but it shouldn’t be overreacted to or pathologized. A few things to clear up: 1. Sex addicts represent only 4 percent of the population, so it’s unlikely your man is one. 2. Because childhood experiences influence sexuality as an adult, people are very idiosyncratic about what turns them on. In other words, says Dr. Kort, “no woman can, nor should she, be everything to a man.” Still, the question remains: How does a woman not take pornography personally? First, determine if your mate is compulsive, or can only have sex, with pornography. If so, you may want to seek counseling. If not, Dr. Kort recommends taking the secrecy out of pornography by discussing it. Use the lens of “what about it turns him on versus what turns you off.” That way, a dialogue is created that allows for honesty, dignity and closeness.

10. We Always Need It, But Not for the Reason You Think
Men are accused of being sexually insatiable, but women should rethink this. “Men see sex as a celebration,” says Dr. Schaefer. “They wish women would take more of a ‘carpe diem’ approach to it. We move through life at the speed of sound, with multiplying challenges and pressures. It’s easy to allow demands on our time and energy to rob us of the joy, pleasure and opportunity that sex affords us. On the long list of priorities, it should not be on the bottom rung.” If that doesn’t make you want to “seize the day” (or something else), consider the health benefits: Orgasms release oxytocin, which has been called the “bonding hormone,” bringing couples closer together while it alleviates anxiety and stress, reduces blood pressure and promotes healing.

Original source can be found here ---> Yahoo Shine