Monday, March 28, 2016

Where to Shop for Watches

If you want to buy an everyday watch, your best bet is to head to a discount chain store that carries lines like Seiko and Timex, and sell them for about 20% less than retail watch dealers. While Christmas and graduation may be the worst times to find a deal on watches, just after these events, in January and maybe summer time, may be the best time to get a discounted price.






If you know exactly what you’re looking for, you can shop for the best deal by searching for the watch and model number directly via search engines such as www.google.com or www.yahoo.com and directly compare prices without leaving your home. If you are not quite sure, and enjoy window shopping, visit this highly rated online store. Visit Ensogo.com.ph. It’s a good place to browse through a good selection of medium-priced watches as well as some higher-end watches such as Oakley, and others.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Happy Easter Sunday

May you feel the joy of the presence of Jesus. The Lord has risen to bless us. This Easter I pray that the Love of God is Resurrected, Reborn, Renewed In Your Heart. Wishing you all a Happy Easter Sunday.

“For God so love the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believe in Him, should not perish, but have everlasting life”. John 3:16



Saturday, March 19, 2016

How to Protect Yourself from Dengue Mosquitoes

The rains are here again. And so are those killer mosquitoes carrying the dengue virus. Every year, thousands of Asian people get sick from dengue, and many have died as a result. After experiencing high fever, patients may develop complications like severe bleeding, shock and death.

The danger is real. A study was conducted in Makati, wherein 3 cans filled with water were distributed to each household. After a week, the cans were collected and analyzed for deadly mosquito eggs. Lo and behold, around 30-40% of all households were positive, which means that those killer mosquitoes are flying all around the place.

But no need to panic, because we have 10 ways to beat dengue.

1. Clean up your backyard.
Mosquitoes love to stay in dark and damp area. So if your garage is littered with boxes and assorted garbage clean them up or throw them away. Don’t let them become mosquito havens. Schedule a weekend clean-up day.

2. Empty containers with stagnant water.
The dengue-carrying mosquitoes breed in stagnant water. This means that flower pots, garbage cans, aquariums, unused swimming pools, tires and other muds and piles are potential breeding grounds for mosquitoes. So after the rains fill them with water, throw the water away. Next time, keep these containers closed and upside down. Flower vase water should also be replaced weekly.

3. Check your surroundings for stagnant water.
Some ornamental plant leaves have this “whorl” or cup-like shape that can hold water. Beautiful to behold but deadly in design. Turn them over and throw the water away. Upturned coconut shells are also notorious for holding water. Non-moving rivers, especially in squatters, are full of mosquito eggs.

4. Close your doors and windows.
Most people open their doors in the morning for a whiff of fresh air. They also believe that mosquitoes would leave the house and go into the sunlight. But my advice is to keep your doors shut at all times, If it’s too stuffy, then place a screen door that keeps the flies and mosquitoes outside.

5. Spray insecticide regularly.
To rid your house of mosquitoes, flies and cockroaches, spray insecticides every few days. Make sure you spray those dark corners, crevices and cabinets. You’ll be amazed at the number of vermins you’ll find dead in the morning. Just make sure that household members are not exposed to the insecticide as they are not the target. Just spray selected rooms when people are not there.

6. Wear pants, pajamas, long sleeves, and socks.
Mosquitoes are attracted to our breath as we exhale so they know how to reach us even in the dark. And I guess they love bare, plump skin, especially the kids who don’t shoo them away and let them such as much blood as they want. It’s better to ask your school authorities to let the kids wear pants and rubber shoes. They’ll love it.

7. Apply insect-repellants or use mosquito nets.
If your kids are going hiking, camping or off to school, you can apply insect-repellants like OFF Lotion. Kids like to play outdoors and are prime targets of these mosquitoes. You can wipe it on selected areas of the clothing, like collars, sleeves and pants. Avoid applying lotion on your eyes, mouth or hands.

8. Kill those mosquitoes.
When it comes to dengue, it’s either kill or be killed. Instruct everyone to kill a many mosquitoes and flies as they can. Once you’ve got them trapped in your bathroom, show no mercy. Mosquitoes belong to the forest, not in our homes.

9. Involve the whole community.
The best way to defeat dengue is if the whole community is aware of the threat. Ask your community leaders to schedule a clean-up day.

10. Spread the word: Dengue fever is here.
You’ll never know where dengue will strike next so better be prepared. Inform your neighborhood. Follow these 10 simple rules and you may not only save your loved one’s life but also your own. Fight dengue, now.



Friday, March 18, 2016

A Gift from the Aunt

Guess what? My young man was so happy the other day because he received a gift from one of his aunt a very beautiful acoustic guitar. Although the guitar is locally made, but the quality is perfect, especially the shape and the body of the guitar. Honestly, it looks like the t500 of the Taylor 500 series. In addition to that, it has a good guitar case where you can put the guitar accessories such as picks, extra strings, song books and more. There is also a pocket for your mobile phone and your power bank if you have. The best thing is, all pockets have doubled zipper where you can put a lock on it if you are traveling far. This is my son’s second guitar. I wish it will last long too just like the old guitar.

Monday, March 14, 2016

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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Preparing Your Home for an Emergency

Emergencies can occur at any time, and they usually catch you off guard. You may have been meaning to put together an emergency plan for the family, but the opportunity just never arose. However, you have to make emergency planning a priority, so that your loved ones can be as safe as possible. Take a look at how you can prepare your home for an emergency without too much effort.

Locate All Entry and Exit Points

You're familiar with your front and back doors, but there are many other entry and exit points around the home. Walk around the property as a family unit, and create a scavenger hunt. Ask everyone to point out possible escape routes around the home, including basement doors, large windows and other openings. Point out areas that aren't good entryways too, such as small windows. You don't want one emergency to escalate into multiple ones.

Invest in a Generator

A generator allows you to have temporary electrical power in the event of an outage. Consider a generator purchase for your property. The machine doesn't have to be the most expensive one on the block either. Select a model that can power the basics, such as a few lights, the garage door or medical equipment. Keep the generator ready at all times for those emergency moments, including a full fuel tank.

Practice Emergency Scenarios

A solid emergency plan can't be effectively implemented unless it's practiced on a regular basis. Each month, plan an emergency drill. Select a different emergency each time, such as hurricanes, fire or flooding. Ask everyone to act as though the emergency is in full-effect for an entire hour. This time period allows you to finish the exit strategy and count everyone on the property's exterior.

Stock Up On Canned Food

Every emergency calls for a long-term food and drink supply. Local authorities may not be able to reach your home for several days. Stock plenty of drinking water and canned food in the home. Routinely rotate the supplies so that nothing is close to expiring. In an emergency, these supplies will be your lifeline.

Preparing children for emergencies is especially important because these situations can be extremely frightening for them. Make your emergency preparation as interesting as possible, and ask the kids to check this out on a frequent basis. In the end, the kids can be as prepared as the adults when the occasion arises.