“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” it’s a classic. And it is true! It heightens your performance in work or school, allows you to focus..blah blah… you’ve heard of these. But I bet not many of you know that breakfast can reduce your chances of acquiring gall bladder stones (bato sa apdo).Read More »
“Walang Forever“, said a Filipino teleserye. Lucky are those few people who got this one shot at love and were successful at finding and keeping it. But there are many of us, who even after so many years, do not not end up together.
I had this chance to love and be loved. People thought that we would someday end up at the altar after medical school, but on this very day, a year ago, I got dumped. Read More »
I remember the first time I got to eat beef stroganoff. I slept over Issa’s, my college super bud, and while I was there, her grandmother made supper for us. It was very yummy, and it has been one of my favorite food ever since. Read More »
One simply cannot graduate from any level without groupwork. Be honest, we all have that one person we don’t want to be in the team with. Read More »
Did you know that you can only wear contact lenses for a good 10 years? Read More »
My take/theory on a famous “rule”.
It cannot be overly emphasized that Filipinos once had that romantic, traditional way of courtship. Gone are those days when Juan couldn’t even touch the tip of Juana’s dainty finger. Gone are those days when best buds provide moral support as he serenades the might-be-his-lady with kundiman. Gone are those days when the way to his prospect’s yes is through her father’s approval.
Generally, love in today’s generation has irked our elders. Just like the invention of remote controls and instant noodles, today’s youth have indulged in everything facile and duck soup, and sometimes the same principle is applied to love. Read More »
Medical books are worth a fortune. Are you having trouble finding PDF files of a certain medical book? Go to my contacts page, and include the edition, title and author of the books that you’re looking for, ’cause I might just have the ones you need. 🙂
I know this title would be frowned upon, but please, hear me out.
I (and my two younger sisters) have been Catholic since birth. We attended a Catholic school from kindergarten up to high school but almost everything that I believed: Mama Mary, the saints, purgatory, to name a few, were “put to test” when my parents began attending services – the counterpart of masses in the Christian world. Read More »