Monday, 3 March 2014 by forgotten girl
I know I’ve already sometime ago that I have a violin. Unfortunately, I never used it. Sad, isn’t it? I’m pretty sure my violin is feeling sad about it, too. Anyway, my niece tried playing it one time and she said that bow needs to be replaced and the violin itself needed to be restrung as one of the strings already broke. Yes, that’s how neglected my violin is.
I went to the music store today and their violin bows are out of stock. They do have a cello bow and it made me curious if that will work. Haha. Anyway, I’ll go look at other music stores this weekend and hope that my violin will be revived soon.
Thursday, 27 February 2014 by forgotten girl
An early summer treat awaits all tech enthusiasts and gamers as Lazada Philippines—the largest online shopping mall in the country—has launched an ultimate gadget craze campaign.
One of the campaigns is the “Great Samsung Sale” which is tagged as Samsung’s biggest sale of the year. Buyers can get a discount of up to Php3,500 and get to have cool freebies along with it. In addition, gamers can enjoy playing the latest Sony PlayStation 4 console for only P23,500! The bundle package is priced at P26,200! Playing with your favorite games will not be complete without a new LED TV. Lazada is offering My View LED TV that can go as low as P4,999.
Change your mobile into something nicer and smarter. Buy the new HTC One for only P25,185! This Smartphone is equipped with quad-core processor, ultra-pixel camera, and long battery endurance that guarantee meeting your daily needs—whether for work or play.
If you like local brands, then you might enjoy the exclusive Torque Mobile Bundle—Torque Droidz Edge phone and Torque i20TV for only P2,979 (available only in Lazada). Or maybe a touch screen laptop? The new line of Haibook Android Laptops will surely meet your needs and budget since it’s now available for only P4,599.
So hurry and gear up this coming summer with Lazada’s incredible gadget craze! Avail these awesome bargains, great price, and even better service only at Lazada! Log on at www.lazada.com.ph. Follow @LazadaPH on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to stay updated.
Lazada (www.lazada.com.ph) is Philippines’ largest online shopping mall and is pioneering e-commerce by providing a fast, convenient and secure online shopping experience combined with an extensive product offering in categories ranging from mobiles & tablets and consumer electronics to household goods, toys, fashion and sports equipment. Lazada is continuously striving to offer its customers the best possible shopping experience with multiple payment methods including cash on delivery, extensive warranty commitments and free returns.
Saturday, 22 February 2014 by forgotten girl
I just turned 30-something yesterday. I thought about my birthday wishes… the material things that I want… I realized that I want a lot of things, I can’t even prioritize them. I thought about my friend who will also be celebrating his birthday this month. His wish is simple… the exceptional dv mark amp. He’s a musician, so, this is pretty obvious. My wishes are complicated… a guitar is definitely on the list but I also lots of stuff which aren’t music-related. My wants are actually very diverse, I don’t think you’ll want to find out. Haha. Anyway, just thinking aloud here.
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 by forgotten girl
I was window shopping earlier at www.sportingdogpro.com and I thought how wonderful it would be if I could train my Bailey. He is a hound and I’m pretty sure he’ll be a great hunting dog. Problem is, I don’t have the budget to hire a professional trainer and I also don’t have the patience to teach him… I did try but it was really hard. He’s not trustful of other people, too, so it’s really a little hard. Anybody dog trainers out there who want to volunteer?
Thursday, 13 February 2014 by forgotten girl
It is often said that a person must reach rock bottom before he or she is able to kick an addiction. However, even at the lowest point in a life, addiction is a powerful force that can only be defeated as long as all of the pieces are in place to create a strong protection against falling off the wagon. Not only does a person have to admit there is a problem, but he or she has to gain the tools to address the problem. That is where a program like the one at the Palm Beach Institute comes into play.
The Problem with the Problem
People do not often realize that addiction is really the symptom of a deeper problem. They see the substance abuse or addictive behavior as the problem. They get treatment for the symptom, get clean, and never having addressed the actual problem, get released into the freedom of the world where they fall back into addictive traps and behaviors. How many celebrities have gone through rehab only to get caught doing drugs again?
What Is the Real Problem?
Many addictions are caused by a lack of control. Someone who does not feel in control of his or her life will want to use drugs to forget about the lack of control or to feel like there is something that he or she can control.
Another cause might be the lack of ability to feel. In cases of abuse, especially sexual, a person will wall off his or her feelings. Unfortunately for them, feelings are what makes life worth living. It isn’t just the pain that they wall off but the joy. That lack of joy needs to be replaced by something.
Identifying the Problem
While identifying the problem behind the problem may be difficult, places like the Palm Beach Institute can give those who are facing addiction the tools that they need to solve their addiction problem. It is up to the person to use the tools of the program and to address his or her other problems in order to succeed at breaking the addiction.