Monday, December 28, 2009

Backup Your Online Accounts for Free

My friend Ced sent me an invite to Backupify is an online service that provides secure online backup and archiving for online accounts such as Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Google Docs, Wordpress, and more.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Twitter Apps and Tools

I <3 Twitter! It lets you share and discover things, express and learn opinions, and a whole lot of other things. As your account grows day by day, the complexity and difficulty of reading updates, and managing followers is quite overwhelming.

These are some of my favorite applications and tools that I use for my Twitter account:

Monday, December 21, 2009

Tiramisu Topping Recipe for Pancakes

This is a recipe for Tiramisu Pancakes. Actually, it is for the topping that you put on the pancakes. You can make your plain pancakes from scratch, or using a pancake mix. (The pancakes are done separately.)

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Know Your Target Heart Rate, Exercise Efficiently

I do my best to be fit and healthy, not only to look good, but to feel good as well. Coupled with a healthy diet, exercise (such as walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, and dancing) will help you achieve better health.

Proper pacing during exercise is very important, so you need to know your how hard you should exercise. This is where Target Heart Rate comes in.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

YoVille, Spymaster, and 140Mafia

Are you on Twitter and/or Facebook? Online social networking is fun, but it could be more fun if you play games using them.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Uh Oh, Identified as Spam Blog?

The other day, I noticed an alert on my Blogger dashboard:

Oatmeal for Good Health

When I was a child, I always too lazy to have breakfast. I’m not sure if I had a poor appetite, or was just plain lazy to chew food in the morning. (I was told it was both. haha!!) Nana’s solution? Oatmeal!

Friday, December 4, 2009

Scarf or Snood? Try Both!

Recently, I’ve been browsing at the malls for new scarves. I came across snoods, which is like a rectangular scarf that you slip in thru your head to wear. Unlike traditional scarves, they are compact, and do not unravel easily from your neck.

folded snood worn snood

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Use Mnemonics to Remember Stuff

We use various simple tools and aids to help us remember things. These can be letters or phrases that are arranged in such a way that it’s easier to remember them, and their meanings.

Mnemonics is defined as “a technique or system of improving the memory by the use of formulas”. (via

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