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Mom-To-Be Tips: How to Look and Feel Good During Your Pregnancy
Home and Family: Pregnancy • Published: March 15, 2013
If you are afraid of tackling cardio-workouts in the gym, go for a brisk walk in the morning or evening. Or if you love water, try the swimming pools. If the idea of swimming sounds tiring, just dangle your feet in the water.
Cordless Drills: 6 Safety Tips
Home Improvement: Tools and Equipment • Published: March 1, 2013
Do not take this power tool lightly. They can be very dangerous if not used properly. Follow these tips to make sure your drills work for you and not on you.
Buy a Cordless Drill Like An Expert: 3 Simple Steps
Home Improvement: DIY • Published: February 27, 2013
The good thing about cordless drills nowadays is they are cheaper and more powerful than they used to be 10 years ago. But before you go out and buy yourself one, put these 3 things in mind.
Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur: 3 Things To Do When You Visit The Area
Travel and Leisure: Destination Tips • Published: December 14, 2012
Bukit Bintang is world famous for being a shopping mecca. But that is not the only thing that you can do here.
5 Things You Could Easily Find In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia But You Wouldn’t Find in New York
Travel and Leisure: Adventure Travel • Published: July 17, 2012
Fake Stuff Night Market: Yes, we’re talking about nothing but fakes. New Yorkers maybe startled to see a $30 Gucci handbag or $100 Patek Philippe watch sold during wee hours from a tiny kiosk in the street of Kuala Lumpur.
5 Things You Should Know About The Dayak – The Headhunters of Borneo, Malaysia
Travel and Leisure: Adventure Travel • Published: July 17, 2012
The Dayaks were renowned for practising headhunting, and had a fearsome reputation as a strong and successful warring tribe in ancient times. Sharing their homes by living in longhouses built on stilts, the head trophies were kept in the longhouse as a sign of valor in battle and brought prestige to the conquering warrior.
4 Air Purifier Types You Should Know If You Have Allergy or Asthma
Health and Fitness: Asthma • Published: April 23, 2012
If you have asthma you know that even to breathe is an amazing feat. People take breathing for granted. But if they have asthma, they know how amazing it feels to feel fresh air going deep into their lung.
What’s New in 2012 Waterproof Cameras?
Arts and Entertainment: Photography • Published: February 16, 2012
The most exciting year for waterproof camera fans is here. 2012 sees better pictures with CMOS sensors and HD video becoming a standard.
4 Types of Hay Fever That Your Doctor Won’t Tell You
Health and Fitness: Allergies • Published: April 29, 2011
Don’t be too sure you can laugh at hay fever. One day you too could wake up with a stuffy nose, weepy eyes and a bad case of sneezing. No matter how many years you have lived without a symptom, you can get the curse of hay fever suddenly and at almost any time. And the outlook is bad if your parents had it or if you have some other form of allergy.
How To Take Care of Your Food While Hiking – The Old Fashioned Way
Travel and Leisure: Hiking Backpacking • Published: April 8, 2011
You cannot keep meats and fish fresh for many hours on a summer day. However, you may preserve either overnight, if you sprinkle some salt on the meat, and place it in a wet bag of thin cloth (this helps protect it from flies).
Have Kids? 3 Real Reasons Why You Need a Tough, Waterproof Camera
Arts and Entertainment: Photography • Published: March 31, 2011
What if you could take pictures under water? Imagine recording the look of his face on his first swimming class, the video of him chasing after the school of fish during your Mauritius trip and the fun days your families had in your pool during the weekend – all without ruining your compact camera.
5 Fabulous Waterproof Cameras You Should Expect This April
Arts and Entertainment: Photography • Published: February 21, 2011
If you think last year waterproof cameras are great, wait this April. You’ll find tougher casings, exciting new 3D photos modes and GPS function to be a standard in high end rugged cameras. Best of all, Kodak has decided to enter this exciting new camera segment too.
Tell, Not Read Your Kids Stories
Home and Family: Entertaining • Published: March 24, 2010
You pick up a book, flip to the first page and start reading. By the third page, she’s already fidgeting on her seat. Three yawns away, she’s ready to jump of her chair and play with her Barbie.
The Pictures You Take Stink? Here’s Why
Arts and Entertainment: Photography • Published: February 26, 2010
Watching a dozen of your photos moves your relatives to tears of boredom. They would rather be watching the re-run of Seinfeld for the 97th time, rather than looking at your vacation photos.
Teach Your Kid the 9 Times Table With This Short Crocodile Story
Reference and Education • Published: February 22, 2010
For your kid, memorizing the times table is probably as hard as cleaning up his room with Moby Dick tied on his back. Let’s make it simpler. Here’s a trick to teach him the nine times table.
3 Things You Should Know About Waterproof Cameras But Are Too Embarrassed to Ask
Arts and Entertainment: Photography • Published: February 9, 2010
The more expensive rugged ones can go as deep as 10 meters for as long as an hour continuously. And the cheaper one should survive being submerged underwater in the kid’s pool or your bath tub.
5 Reasons Why the Camera in Your Phone is Better Than a Professional SLR
Arts and Entertainment: Photography • Published: January 27, 2010
You might be a kindergarten teacher. A student. Or an office worker who are just trying to look for a camera to shoot your boss’s birthday party. You don’t need an SLR. Especially you don’t even use your phone’s camera.
4 Qualities You Need Have If You Want To Be A Great Teacher
Reference and Education: Teaching • Published: December 19, 2007
Teaching is a difficult job and becoming a great teacher is almost a thousand times harder. If you want to be one of those great teacher, here are the 4 most fundamental qualities you must have.
2 Simple Things to Do If You’re Stuck at Making Money From Home
Home Based Business • Published: December 18, 2007
Do you work from home? Are you tired of working hard at what you love only to find that it pays very little – if any? Luckily I have found a few solutions to the problems and these are how I “unstuck” myself from the sticky situation.
5 Things You Must Have To Succeed in Your College Life
Reference and Education: College University • Published: December 17, 2007
Apart from having to finding a place to eat and sleep, you will also need to learn how to manage your finances, learn a new social life, form new friends, and engage in a new form of thinking. Here are 5 things to bear in mind in order to your make college life much easier.