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3 Life Long Lessons from Zurvan to Azriel, Servant of the Bones

Here’s the 3rd of my most favorite mantra/life lessons. If Pasig City has its Emergency Handbook, then these words of Zurvan will be part of my Life Handbook. “But here are the lessons. Accept what your hatred and anger will allow you to accept.
by Elmer Domingo on Jun 17, 2016

Instructions for Life

Here’s another of my favorite life lessons. Let me re-post it in its entirely. I believe I first encountered this list during the first few years of the Internet in the Philippines (late 90s), back when Hotmail is not yet part of Microsoft. THE FO...
by Elmer Domingo on Jun 16, 2016

Everything I Need To Learn in Life, I Learned in Kinder

Here’s one of my most favorite mantra or life lessons. Everything I need to learn in life, I learned in kinder (kindergarten). All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten (by Robert Fulghum) Share everything Play fair Don’t hit people...
by Elmer Domingo on Jun 15, 2016

Join Us in Our Oriental Cooking Lessons by 25 Mushrooms Kitchen with Kikkoman (Recipes Inside)

Last month, my friends Sumi, Berylle and I were invited by Kikkoman to go through an Oriental Cuisine Course at 25 Mushrooms Kitchen.  The last time we had a cooking session together was way... Read More at http://www.tsinoyfoodies.com...
by Tsinoy Foodies on May 31, 2016

Smart style and fashion: are smartbands chic?

Smartbands are a great way to track your day-to-day activities making a great addition to managing your life and quality of your life. Small and compact devices worn like wristbands, bracelets, or watches, stuffed with powerful sensors, newest pieces...
by Smart Technologies on May 15, 2016

7 common misconceptions about smartbands

Wearable technology is here to stay and is getting high momentum on a day by day basis, year after year. Technology itself is evolving quite fast and newer technological solutions are available to consumers so fast, that keeping up seems […] Th...
by Smart Technologies on May 3, 2016

My Investment Mistakes That You Can Avoid Doing

Every time I talk to my friends about investments, this is what they usually say: - "My safest bet is to have the kind of investment and insurance products that you have." - "I want to invest the way you do." - "How do you invest? Then...
by Financial Planning For Pinoys on Apr 28, 2016

Swim for improving health and fitness: workout in the pool

When thinking of working out, your most obvious choices are by far: running, cycling or some other gym workout, for these there’s not much preparation needed neither need you look for some special place. Swimming is somewhat different and is [&...
by Smart Technologies on Apr 17, 2016

Improving sleep quality with modern sleep monitoring

Everyone keeps saying you should sleep better in order to wake up fresh for the next day. Do you care for how much you get to sleep? What does “better” mean? Is “longer” enough? How does one even begin to […] The post Im...
by Smart Technologies on Apr 3, 2016

12 Lessons I Learned from Planning our Wedding

When it comes to marriage, I have always been told by this line: 'Happy wife, happy life.'I believed then, and past 3 months from our wedding day, I still do. It doesn't really mean I have unlocked the secrets of the universe in understan...
by Manik Makina on Apr 2, 2016

Music PBL Night

Project Based Learning (PBL) is a big deal in my district.  All teachers are expected to do at least one project each year.  This was my first year doing a project and I chose the Science of Sound.  Thankfully, I didn’t have to create the en...
by Miscellaneous Me on Mar 22, 2016

Curriculum Mapping: Cohesive Planning for Effective Instruction; Part 4: Building Your Lessons

This is Part 4 in the Curriculum Mapping series.  Check out Part 1: Curriculum Evolution, Part 2: The Nitty-Gritty Details, and Part 3: The Big Picture. In Part 3, I discussed using your district’s yearly calendar to begin to map out your year...
by Miscellaneous Me on Mar 21, 2016

Curriculum Mapping: Cohesive Planning for Effective Instruction; Part 3: The Big Picture

This is Part 3 of the Curriculum Mapping series.  Check out Part 1: Curriculum Evolution and Part 2: The Nitty-Gritty Details. In Part 2, we looked at the details such as disassembling the standards, creating objectives, and sorting those standards/...
by Miscellaneous Me on Mar 20, 2016

Curriculum Mapping: Cohesive Planning for Effective Instruction; Part 2: The Nitty-Gritty Details

This is a continuation of my Curriculum Mapping series from TMEA 2016.  If you missed Part 1: Curriculum Evolution, click here. This is Part 2: The Nitty Gritty Details and that is exactly what we’re going to dive into.  Note: this is the fir...
by Miscellaneous Me on Mar 19, 2016

Mamakat: What I Learned in February

February First found me at one of the many hospitals in the San Antonio area, prepping for major surgery.  This would be one more step on my journey through cancer, a second mastectomy, along with breast reconstruction.  I stayed in the hos...

What’s the True Value of Riding?

Horses would be easier if they were more like dirt bikes. And that ignition switch would be nice.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 26, 2016

What’s the True Value of Riding?

Horses would be easier if they were more like dirt bikes. And that ignition switch would be nice.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 26, 2016

Product Review:4-Beat Rhythm Blocks

Kelly Parrish recently asked me to review her 4-Beat Rhythm Blocks (Connected) and she was so generous!  She sent me a class set of these blocks with quarter note, quarter rest, beamed eighth notes, and sixteenth notes. Now, I work at a 1:1 school...
by Miscellaneous Me on Feb 21, 2016

Valentine’s Day and a Goat Tail. I Mean Tale.

He's managed to steal another base and the game plays on.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 12, 2016

Valentine’s Day and a Goat Tail. I Mean Tale.

He's managed to steal another base and the game plays on.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 12, 2016
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