I haven't been blogging for quite sometime now. I think I've lost my mojo and not only that, I have been uninspired lately. I guess for me to go back to the grind and be able to keep my positive disposition, I should force myself to write every single day even if it means writing just a short blog entry. You see, writing has always been and will always be my solace and if there is anything that keeps me going, that would be writing and a little bit of music. This is why I am investing on these quality high end amps for my mini-studio. It is always nice to have some good music while I write.
I will be back for more updates, this I promise!
Online shopping is a very popular activity on the internet. Nowadays, you can shop for almost anything online, shoes included. Below are some reasons why you might want to do your shoe shopping online.
- No closing time. For those who get the urge to shop for shoes in the middle of the night, online shoe shopping is the answer. The internet never closes so you can shop any day and any time.
- No crowds. Online shoe shopping is also for those who hate crowds that you will often encounter in malls.
- More shops. While you get very limited shoe choices if you go to a particular shop, the internet allows you to go to as many shops as you want. This means you can view more shoe options without getting tired.
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And because of this, I thought of sharing some spots a tourist should go to when in NYC. Feel free to add yours to my list, I would highly appreciate it :).
- MET & MOMA
- Statue of Liberty Island Tour
- Radio City + L-O-V-E Sign
- Greenwich Village
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Ground Zero
- Strawberry Fields
- Belvedere Castle
- Financial District
- Wall Street-Raging Bull
- Plaza Hotel
- 5th Avenue
- Empire State Building
- Madison Square Garden
- Central Park
- Rockefeller Center
- St. Patrick's Cathedral
- Bethesda Fountain
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There are several key issues that drive couples to divorce, but divorce is rarely caused by only one factor. If the couple was serious in their commitment vows, it usually takes many problems over a long period of time to erode the relationship to the point they're ready to give up. Some couples divorce simply because they did not have the level of commitment they believed they did when they married.
High Levels of Conflict
The legal term is incompatibility, but the laymen's term is fighting a lot. Some couples are unable to resolve conflict. This might be due to an unwillingness to change or to forgive. One partner may be recklessly spending money or failing to put the time and effort necessary into the relationship. Constant fighting and hurt feelings are unhealthy for the marriage partners, as well as to children in the household. When issues keep causing fights, anger, hurt and resentment, many couples end up in divorce court.
Loss of Intimate Connection
Many couples realize at some point that they no longer share their thoughts and feelings with each other or enjoy any type of intimacy, either physical or emotional. This loss of connection leaves one or both partners feeling lonely and isolated. In some cases, this situation can lead to extramarital affairs. This problem can sometimes be resolved by a couple committed to making it work, but if one or both partners aren't willing to lay aside their own selves to invest in the relationship, it usually means divorce.
Whether it is due to the loss of intimacy in the marriage or just lust, some partners cheat. Though a few couples report successful counseling and are able to mend the relationship, in an overwhelming number of marriages, cheating spells the end. In addition to the betrayal cheating represents, the cheater opens the door for unwanted pregnancy or STD's.
Making Your Decision
If you and your partner are willing to try to make it work, seek counseling. Set aside time during each week to talk alone and work on your problems. If it becomes clear that things simply aren't working, seek help from divorce lawyers. They can help you protect what is valuable to you and guide you through the process of filing court papers and arranging custody settlements with your partner. Don't try to do it alone. The issues are too emotional and your belongings are too valuable not to have good legal representation.Agree of disagree? Off to check out this rev-a-shelf mixer lift.
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Oh the birthday blues are coming and then there is this dog dewormer I have to worry about. Well, to be exact it has actually come and it has taken toll on my personal day to day social interaction. I feel more aloof and withdrawn to people. I dislike interacting people for almost 3 days now and I do not care about anything.
Argh! The adult life is simply a challenge. Most of the time, I am left with nothing to dream about anymore. But then again, when I think about the life ahead as a non-government employee, I can only think of all the possibilities I could make to create and contribute to the change in this world but still, I lose track of what I want with my life. Nevertheless, wherever the tides bring me, I will never ever stop chasing my dreams.
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