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Digital Clutter

In this digital age, we gather a lot of things in our smartphones, laptop and other gadgets we hold. My sister gave me a 1 TB external hard drive and already put in pictures for storage. It felt nice to be able to sort the pictures for there were too many to organize. I recently got the chance to empty the SD cards from our old cameras when we received word that we have a buyer for the cameras. Continue reading “Digital Clutter”

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35 Reasons you don’t always pick up the phone:

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  1. Someone else will pick it up
  2. Expectation that no one will call you
  3. Usually it’s not for you and you have to call that person to answer
  4. A stranger might call
  5. It’s the bank asking you to get some loans
  6. Someone will sell you products
  7. It’s a relative you don’t want to check-up on you
  8. Continue reading “35 Reasons you don’t always pick up the phone:”

Translation Notes

In the process of translation, I discovered many texts that is difficult to translate in our language. There were too technical terms that simply has no counterpart yet in our own. Then I’d realize how little I know about the different fields and genre, of how we apply them in our culture and context. I tried searching on the web about the terminologies, if there are existing or official translations for the Bible, countries, economics, scientific terms, even political and international studies, and was able to find only a few. Continue reading “Translation Notes”

The Things I Learned from the Masters

By Masters, I mean my sister, cousins and adviser, as well as books and music, because I learned a lot from them.

  1. Staying up late

I remembered working on my research papers, editing videos and I even reached until 4 am then with only two hours of sleep, I had to get up again. I didn’t have a problem staying wide awake after those times. I’m usually the ‘early to bed, early to rise’ type. Continue reading “The Things I Learned from the Masters”

Find your Anchor

Find your anchor!” My nephew told his sister when she felt pain on her fingers after chopping lots of garlic in our preparation for our hotpot lunch at their house. We recognized this line, because we all watched Teen Wolf, where it has been a technique used to help them take control of changing. Continue reading “Find your Anchor”

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