Wednesday, March 17, 2010


I'm not sure if i'm still in that "quarter life" at my age to even say i may be having a "quarter life crisis".

There are certain aspects of my life that I'm sure and a hundred percent for it, but there are also parts t has question marks all over it.

This morning, my 2-year old boy was up when i was about to leave for work. While I was brushing my teeth, he also got his toothbrush and brushed away with me. Then he held my my hand and brought me to the door as if he was coming with me. He walked with me to our gate and before i opened the gate to get out, i called the Yaya to get him. For the past days that we was up before i head out, he would just say bye and give me a kiss, but this morning, when Yaya was bringing him in the house as I walk out, i saw the sadness in his eyes. And those small pouts as i get farther away. This broke my heart. Big time. That sad look in his eyes kept playing in my head all the way to work. :-(

A friend of mine from work is contemplating on some major decisions for her career. And as the "fake friend" that i am, I told her to choose and go for what she really wants/loves. And if the universe is bringing her to that direction, she should grab that chance cause God knows when it will come again. Even if it means her leaving our company, and again leaving me with no more "fake friend", I would rather that she go now than make her stay and hear her regret it and listen to her "what ifs" everyday. So fake friend, its now of never!

They say the healthiest way of spending one's twenty-four hour day cycles is simple:
8 hours - work
8 hours - sleep
8 hours - recreation
But in reality, how many hours does one spend time at work? Or for sleep? And any recreation at all? I spend 10 hours of my day for work. 7 hours of sleep, 3 hours in recreation and 4 hours travelling. Not healthy, not at all. Work is 41% of my day. And this 41% of my day, is this really what i really wanna do? Is this really the way I want to spend my 41%?

I know I'll forever be a mom to my kids, and a wife to my husband. Now, for the nth time, i am again in question mark on what I really want to do in life.

So P, anu ba talagang trip mo sa buhay?

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Real life dragon??

Check this out! Life's litytle surprises that would leave you in awe... :-)

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Funny Ads

I think the Filipinos can do ads as witty as these ads. More ads in this site.

Work is work

I have to constantly remind myself that work is work.

Its hard enough to meet people's expectations, but to cover up for all your "friends" is even harder. This afternoon, i spend my time thinking and re-thinking of the limits of all relationships i get myself into. To the lowest level of just jeep-mates to the high of getting into my intimate zone.

Oh this crazy world we call "life".

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Really really cool stuffs

Due to some idle time in the office, (Boss got off earlier than usual). I got to do a little online searching and stumbled upon this website. I believe i already saw this site before and even blogged about some of the cool stuff i found then.

Today, the technology even moved forward, and the last post was barely 2 years ago! Got it all from this site

Here's something Shopwise and all other retail outlets there would be interested in.

World’s Lightest Cash Register

The EPOS-lite was inspired by the Apple MacBook Air and iPhone. Meant to be installed on a restaurant table, the portable cash register features programmable menu choices, wireless charging, and various payment options. Stephen Allport, the designer, notes on his page that enough interest has been shown in the device that it may be produced.

And I posted a recent Uboat watch photo. But this Incredible LED watch is definitely something else.

Incredible LED Watch

This watch was created by Hironao Tsuboi and developed by the studio found here. The watch looks like it’s all wristband until the digital display lights up.

How about this USBEE? May sound all ridiculous, but read on what its all about!

The USBee

The USBee was designed to prevent the damage to USB drives seen so often with conventional USB use. The elastic neck will bend when pushed in any axis. This also means that it can fit into tight spaces where other USB drives dare not go. The lines at the end keep USBee cool and ergonomically pleasing. Designed by Serbian designer Damjan Stankovic.

Last but definitely not the least. Who would not dream of having something like this baby? All you sales agents out there would drool over this. Imagine walking to a client with this gadget?

Portable PC with Projector

The Portable PC is an amazing concept by Jinwoo Han. If you are a little sick of having to arrange in advance for a digital projector at a meeting or tradeshow, you’ll love the Portable PC concept. Computer, keyboard, and projector all in one device. Use the back of the airline seat in front of you as your digital display. The laptop without the lap.