Alam mo yung feeling na kahit mahirap at magastos yung feasib e excited ka kasi gusto mo yung kagrupo mo dahil by friends ang groupings? Yung tipong nakapagplano na kayo, anong product ang pipiliin nyo and all at walang hassle kasi you know each other well, kasama mo sila palagi, pwede nyong gawin yung feasib any time.. Maayos. Planado. Masaya…. nang biglang may umagaw eksenang prinsesa.
Nasira ang plano. Nawatak ang grupo. Lahat halos sa room namin nakagawa na ng grupo tapos ipapasort nya ulit randomly dahil wala syang masalihan DAHIL WALA SYANG FRIENDS? Yung tipong 43 tao ang nalungkot dahil sa isa. Nakakabilib eh. =)
Eh ano nga ba naman ang laban namin sa isang prinsesa? Who the hell are we? Then fine. Trying not to be mean, I accept the challenge of grouping us randomly. Ayos na sana yung bago kong kagrupo eh, kaso alam mo yun may biglang eepal na sasabihin ang malas daw nyang kagrupo nya ako? E pFoUt4ngNUuh lang talaga. Kala mo kung sinong napakadaming naiccontribute sa grupo eh. Nakakabwisit. Kung biro lang yon, dapat hindi sya babanat ng ganon lalo pa’t alam nyang nabwibwisit pa ako sa kanya. Sige tignan natin kung anong kageniusan ang maiccontribute nya.
Haaaay nako mga tao talaga. =)
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What is your acne telling you?
1 & 2: Digestive System — Eat less processed or junk food, reduce the amount of fat in your diet, step up water intake and opt for cooling things like cucumbers.
3: Liver — Cut out the alcohol, greasy food and dairy. This is the zone where food allergies also show up first, so take a look at your ingredients. Besides all this, do 30 minutes of light exercise every
4 & 5: Kidneys — Anything around the eyes (including dark circles) point to dehydration. Drink up!
6: Heart — Check your blood pressure (mine was slightly high) and Vitamin B levels. Decrease the intake of spicy or pungent food, cut down on meat and get more fresh air. Besides this, look into ways to lower cholesterol, like replacing “bad fats” with “good fats” such as Omegas 3 and 6 found in nuts, avocados, fish and flax seed. Also, since this area is chock-full of dilated pores, check that your makeup is not past its expiry date or is skin-clogging.
7 & 8: Kidneys — Again, drink up! And cut down on aerated drinks, coffee and alcohol as these will cause further dehydration.
Zone 9 & 10: Respiratory system — Do you smoke? Have allergies? This is your problem area for both. If neither of these is the issue, don’t let your body overheat, eat more cooling foods, cut down on sugar and get more fresh air. Also keep the body more alkaline by avoiding foods that make the body acidic (meat, dairy, alcohol, caffeine, sugar) and adding more alkalizing foods like green veggies and wheatgrass juice. Another thing that most of forget – dirty cell phones and pillow cases are two of the top acne culprits and this area is what they affect the most!
Zone 11 & 12: Hormones — This is the signature zone for stress and hormonal changes. And while both are sometimes unavoidable, you can decrease their effect by getting adequate sleep, drinking enough water, eating leafy veggies and keeping skin scrupulously clean. Another interesting point: breakouts in this area indicate when you are ovulating (and on which side).
Zone 13: Stomach — Step up the fibre intake, reduce the toxin overload and drink herbal teas to help with digestion.
14: Illness — Zits here can be a sign that your body is fighting bacteria to avoid illness. Give it a break, take a yoga class, take a nap, take time to breathe deeply, drink plenty of water and know that everything always works out!
So the next time you break out or notice dark under-eye circles, look to your face map: your skin is probably trying to communicate on behalf of the internal organs. However, do remember that, as with all medical issues, it is always best to see your doctor or dermotologist for a proper prognosis. This is just a general guide to head you off in the right investigative direction – just becuase you break out between the brows doesn’t always mean you have a bad liver!
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For those who were asking me how was the board exam last October, here’s the summary of it.
1.) Theory of Accounts - I was expecting this to be quite easy since I’ve already read the reviewer of Sir Valix for quite a few times, plus I’ve read all the preboards and preweeks of CPAR. Pero nung nasa exam na, grabe. Kakaiba lang yung construction ng tanong kaya medyo kinabahan ako but the thoughts are still the same. Medyo napadami ang government accounting so never ever forget to read that part. Just read the reviewer a few times and you will surely pass this one with a flying color. :)
2.) Auditing Theory - Dito ako pinakanahirapan sa lahat ng subject. Ever since undergrad, sobrang vague lang sakin nitong subject na’to. Needless to say, eto ang lowest ko nung board exam. Ni hindi ko nga alam kung saan hinugot yung mga tanung. Sabi sabi eh sa foreign books daw, sabi naman ng iba, self-constructed daw ang mga tanong. So what I can only suggest to you is to put a lot of effort for this. I thought ako lang yung nahirapan but everyone’s talking about how hard this is. So I guess, ok lang na nahirapan ako kasi lahat naman eh nahirapan. :)
3.) Management Services - Kakaiba yung mga problems. Merong ilan na ang hahaba, may given pa na mga financial statements pero konti lang naman talagang data ang kukunin mo dun. Pakaba lang yung examiner eh. I really thought that this would be really easy since nadadalian talaga ako sa MS ever since pero the exam really shocked me. Ang hiraaaaaaaaaaap. Pati yung theories. Parang pang-Audtheo yung mga tanong sa theories. Medyo madami din ang economics so you need to study that too.
4.) Practical Accounting Problems I - What can I say, Valix-type talaga yung mga tanong. :) Just keep on answering problems in the reviewer of Sir Valix and answering this exam will be easier than taking a shit.
5.) Auditing Problems - Dito ako pinaka-worried. Iniisip ko kasi noon na baka di ko matapos yung exam thinking na 10 long problems yung sasagutan mo. But the exam never failed to surprise me. This is the easiest exam among the seven! I swear! Sobrang basic problems lang. You can ask anyone and the will just say the same. Sobrang daliiiii.
6.) Practical Accounting Problems II - Madaming cost accounting. Mostly process and joint costing. Nasasagutan naman sya kaya lang nakakapagod talaga ng utak. Parang 30 problems pa lang yung nasasagutan ko eh feeling ko eh drain na drain na yung utak ko. Practice answering the reviewer of Sir Dayag and Guerrero, they will help you A LOT.
7.) Business Law and Taxation - Isa rin to sa pinakakinatatakutan kong subject. Nung preboard kasi eh eto lagi ang lowest ko. Nagfocus talaga ako sa pag-aaral ng nego kasi dun ako hirap. Pero nung nag-exam na. Grabe lang ang pagsisisi ko. Yung tipong yung mga inaral mo eh yung mga later part ng book na hindi mo na nabalikan yung mga basic terms kasi akala ko mo eh sobrang hirap nung exam. Pero nung exam na mismo, puro basic terms lang ang tanong. =.= Here’s an example of a question: “This is a written promise to pay…..” a.) Promissory Note b.) Check c.) Bill of Exchange… As in ganyan lang ang mga tanong. Same with tax. Madali lang din yung mga problems. Basic lang ang kailangan mo at masasagutan mo talaga.
NOTE: Please lang. Wag kayong maniniwala sa mga nagsasabi na sa ReSA daw kinuha ang MS o P2 o di kaya eh sa CRC-Ace daw kinuha yung Aud Theo at TOA, kasi hindi to totoo! I can vouch for that. I know someone reviewing from those review centers and I asked them. May nakuha nga daw, pero isa o dalawa lang. Ganun lang yun. Exaggerated lang yung nagsasabi sa inyo na sa kung saan review center kinuha yung exam.
Sa mga kukuha pa ng board exam, I know you can do it. I wasn’t that good but I did it, and I know you can too. Have faith in yourself and in Him. Goodluck!
— (via xinnekharla)
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