Have a nice break!


Time was so fast! Summer is coming again! Oh! Well, I was actually waiting for this season as I was about to treat my loved-ones for a family vacations in Cancun. I already had this plan back then when I was still in college. But of course, I can't still afford to treat them all for a family vacation in the said place as I am still a student obviously. But right now, as I have a stable job already and receiving a monthly salary in one of the prestigious gas & oil company here in Abu Dhabi, UAE I told my Mom a week ago that by this coming July I'll be treating them for a vacation in Cancun. My Mom and siblings was really surprised! They never thought that I'll treat them all.

Besides, I want to take a rest too after sometime of working here in Abu Dhabi. My work is really sucks me up! But of course, its part of the job and I was paid to do it. Honestly, I'm tired already for this job and might be resigning next year if God permits. I just really have to be more patient for a couple of months to go as I want to have a 1 year experience for this particular job. Anyway, back to family vacation this summer, I was really hoping that everything goes smoothly. And hopefully, I can bought a gift for them too. Wish me luck everyone!

Lady Gaga Update!

http://www.broadwayworld.com/columnpic/lady_gaga4.jpg The super singer Lady Gaga has apologised to fans after being forced to cancel a concert in Indiana due to ill health. “Can’t apologise enough for how sorry I am,” she said, via micro-blogging site Twitter, revealing she had collapsed due to exhaustion and dehydration. An hour before the show I was feeling dizzy and having trouble breathing,” posted the 23-year-old, renowned for her flamboyant stage performances. She has since cancelled another three dates between 16-18 January.

Last year Lady Gaga – real name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta – failed to appear as a support act at two Take That concerts in Manchester, citing ill health. The singer tweeted that she had been “crying for hours” as a result of Thursday’s cancellation.

“My stage has complicated mechanical elements,” she said. “Everyone was concerned I’d be in danger during the 2hr show, since I had passed out earlier. I have performed with the flu, a cold and strep throat,” she went on. “I would never cancel a show just based on discomfort. I hope you can forgive me. I love my little monsters more than anything, you are everything to me.”

Living a healthy life...

As most of you notice, self-help books are gaining ground with many segments of the market and that’s mostly because they promise a very easy solution to most problems. Whether it’s financial difficulties or divergences with our life partner, many of these books offer similar answers on all matters. The following four tips for a healthier and happier life do not fall in this categories.

Getting adequate sleep can help you lose weight, fight infections, recall memories and think more clearly. Spending just 30 minutes a day in the sunlight to soak up vitamin D across a broad swath of the country can reduce your risk for a variety of cancers, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and many other diseases. Volunteering to help others can lower your risk for depression and heart disease, raise your self-esteem and happiness and extend your life, according to numerous studies.

Having enough exercise is the one thing that is not mentioned but should also be included. Not only does moderate exercise improve health, but it also acts to boost our mood for at least a few hours after the session is over, as past studies have already shown. Working out also has a social function, in that routines that involve more people can act to bind them together, like it happens with football and other similar sports teams. So, always think healthy guys!