Archive for December, 2007

Happy Holidays

Posted Under: Diary

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Being a rare occasion, it’s the perfect time to express our gratitude for family and friends, maybe do something beyond gift giving. Say thank you to them. Give them a suffocating bear hug. Kiss passionately (I suggest save this for your […]

Dealing with Emotions

Posted Under: Personal Development

Allow me to share with you today a way to deal with emotions. For the majority’s concern, this will namely be a more healthy way to deal with negative emotions, although it can be generally applicable. People never think in terms of dealing with positive emotions anyways. By no means am I […]

Tips on Happiness and Improvement at Work and with Co-workers

Posted Under: Personal Development

We can all related to work. It’s how we bring bread to the table and survive in our cement jungle. Amy Quinn from Bootstrapper sent me a kind email informing me their new blog post, Work Happy: 25 Ways to Improve Your Mood When People Around You Are Miserable. It’s a good […]

Presidential Candidates’ Obligation

Posted Under: Thoughts

It just crossed my mind that presidential candidates have always been able to propose whatever plans during their compaign and once elected president, do whatever else the heck they want. Doesn’t that constitute as lying? It seems to be the current trend of recent election.
Because of this, it is only logical for […]

A Time and Place for Adjustable Rate Mortgage

Posted Under: Personal Finance

Adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) is a taboo term by now, while the mess in the subprime loan market continues to unfold.
ARM is another financial tool with a purpose for its existence. However, buyers abused it to buy a house they cannot afford, and banks abused it to get unsubstantiated numbers on their […]