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SSS Salary Loan for Self-Employed or Voluntary Members: A Quick Guide

My SSS salary loan check was delivered to my address a week ago. How long did it take? Four days short of a month. Fast, right? I thought so, too.

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The Ugly Truths About Most Weekend Travels

Not all of my travels are great. This post is about the not-so-fantastic parts of my adventures – the misadventures. Trust me, there are many ways to ruin a trip – a weekend travel in particular.

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Revenge of the Nerds: How to Strike Back the Smart Way

Do you get a feeling of pleasure when bad things happen to someone, especially someone who has done terrible things to you? If you used to be a lingo geek i.e. nerd/outcast in high school, you must know that the term for this emotion is “schadenfreude” /shahd-n-froi-duh/ from German words schaden meaning harm & freude,  joy. Read more →

Surprising Lessons from “The Ugly Truth”

Funny how a romantic comedy movie can impart useful life lessons.  These three things are the key takeaways from the movie, “The Ugly Truth.” Read more →

My First Impressions of Yoga

I could do a head stand – until I was about 10 years old. It was a valuable skill to have at that time.There was not much to do, anyway. No TV set. No fancy (even simple) toys to play with. Not even books other than old, thin, overused school textbooks. So contorting our bodies became our creative and fun way of killing time. Read more →

Thoughts on The Toynbee Convector by Ray Bradbury

What can be cooler than a time travel story? (Maybe an illusion realised?)

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29 Questions I Still Ask Myself

Three days before I get fully sentimental. I’m letting out 29 questions that I’m still asking myself.

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