Kaplaga ang kinabuhi ug kinaiya sa babaying gihinganlan nga... Aweng ; )
A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
Though we have different tastes, my Hubby and I share this love for food. We love eating out and I love trying out new stuffs and places.
On one of our out-of-town trips, I spotted Marina Tuna Seafoods Restaurant- situated along the rustic avenues of Lanang. Since then I've wanted to try the resto out.
The food was pricey and we got what we paid for. Yum.. yum is all I can say. :) So the food was the delicious, but the rest about Marina Tuna Seafoods Restaurant was not as delightful. First off, the employees were not at all attentive. However case does not apply to all as some table from ours there was this foreigner dining out- the waitress was all-out helpful but she was not as helpful when it came to catering to our orders. Do we not pay the same rate or was she hoping to get some tip? When you call on somebody, it takes too much time for them to respond and the most irritating thing about it is that they were doing nothing..
You can call the place ok- it was clean, and the seafood aquarium added a touch of market-feel (a good one) to it. For me, there was not much thought put into the Interior. The place had no personality. The tables and chairs alone were crowded enough, so much more if it were filled with people. It was hard to move around.
I believe that what you payfor dining out does not cover the food cost alone but the entire dining experience.
So, Marina Tuna Seafoods Restaurant - great food and it ends there.
While working on an article, I researched on "tile". On the first page of Google search results, my eye quickly caught "Philippines". So I went to the website and browsed through pages... It was really interesting and the products were so beautiful that I have to share...
Photos link to their original location, so you can click on these photos to go to their website and browse for more.
You can also get to the http://www.shelltile.com/ directly through this link:
Earn thousands of pesos in an hour?
If its too good to be true, it probably is.
I have once come upon this ad in Facebook that you could earn heaps in an hour just by shopping and I got to this site.. http://bizsuccessblogs.com/rosariobautista/blog/?t202id=93221&t202kw=Fph-5
Though, it was obviously a scam, I still researched on it and satisfied myself by proving the obvious. There have already been many who took the bite and got their CCs wrongly charged.
Now, I got to see not the exactly the same ad but offering the same "get-money-quick" thing, leading to the same link.
Just a few minutes ago I wrote this post, the scam FB ad is again plastered on my sidebar: Become a Clothing Buyer
At least I get to copy-paste it here before I report it... again~!
Pigging out is among the most common habits of people who are depressed. But if you opt for nutritious goodies proven to help you battle away the stress and depression, you'll be breathing HAPPINESS in no time.
Though ice cream and other sugary treats are not on the list, don't fret as these healthy snacks promise to leave you not only feeling lighter, physically and emotionally but also looking better.
Citrus Fruits (lemons, oranges...)
Vitamin C boosts the mood by reducing the levels of stress hormones in the body. To better keep your calm at tough times, get your regular dose of this vitamin.
Folic acid, the main ingredient found in these leafy veggies has been proven to enhance blood flow to the brain and reduce the melancholic feeling.
What better way to go nuts- than over nuts? (Korniks! hehehe)
Though a self-indulgent pleasure (being high in fat), nuts do their good share in upping the ante of your aura. Rich in magnesium, Vitamin E, and arginine (an amino acid) these little wonders reduce blood sugar levels. High blood sugar levels lead to mood swings, so if you often get caught in such storms, watch the sugar!
Fatty Fish Friends
Our fatty fish friends like tuna, salmon, sardines and mackerel are great sources of DHAs or omega-3 fatty acids. This mood-boosting ingredient not only lowers the chances of depression but also the risks of age-related memory loss. The American Psychiatric Association even recommends the intake of omega 3s for patients going through therapies and medication to ward off depression.
The magnesium, Potassium and vitamin C in dried cherries work together to restrain the body from responding to stress. Rich in antioxidants, dried cherries also promotes better health for your brain cells, avoiding memory problems and your body in general--which according to a TV ad will "Look young and feel young".
:) Mao ra!
Mao na magmulti-vitamins para... "HAPPINESS" :))