Category Archives: Food for Thought

Technology and Office Communication

Still thinking if you need to updated and/or upgrade your office with new (if not the latest) technology in communication? Here are some factors to help you convince why you do have to:
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Resisting Peer Pressure


Adolescence is a tough phase that everyone has to go through. What with all the physical, mental, and emotional changes that are happening all at the same time, it is no wonder that many teenagers become confused. Seeking approval in the family and among friends while being not a kid but not-yet
an adult can make anyone prone to doing some crazy stuff. For teenagers, here are some tips on how to keep your individuality intact by resisting peer pressure:

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More Smart Ways to Lose Weight

Dieting in any form is just so hard to live by and more often than not, we just eat what we crave. It doesn’t help that pigging out is so much fun, especially if you take a nap after. But in our world where beauty is measured with a weighing scale, we have to be very smart about our routines. After all, looking good is not just about vanity, it’s also about fitness and health.

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Food for Thought: Waging War Against Ugly

Ugly Betty

With the advent of botox, liposuction, nose job and some other nip tucks one might think that women’s perception on what’s beautiful has really taken a dangerous curve. Women go to great heights to make some alterations on their features. It makes me wonder, when women look at the mirror, do they only see their flaws?

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Productivity: Keeping Things Simple


I still believe that there are still a lot of issues in this world that do not need an over-elegant solution. In short, the “Keep it Simple, Stupid” (KISS) principle still holds true. Zen has it that a happy person doesn’t lead a complicated life. There is some truth to this somehow. Just read the tabloid headlines and you’d see how complicated celebrity life is. And now take a look at Britney Spears and how messed up her life is. Here are some ideas on how to keep things simple.

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