Archive for March 2nd, 2010

Letting It Go

I am still in the mood for another post, so here we go again. Regarding my last post, I suddenly remember that beside trying to hold back or postpone the aging process, people also want to have a healthy skin. Healthy as in being as clean and free from acne is considered one of the most important.

I know that having been a teenager myself, how young people feel self conscious whenever they got this big huge acne right in the tip of their nose, while they are going on a date that same day. Hey, even I would feel self conscious if I have a big, huge acne right in the tip of my nose right now while I have to go to the office in several hours. Read the rest of this entry »

By the Looks

I know that we are not supposed to judge a book by its cover, just like we are not supposed to judge people by their looks alone. Although looks can be deceiving, people still have the tendencies to favor people who are considered good looking, or should I say presentable, by normal standards.

I vaguely understand that it is especially important for women, but lately men are starting to become as attentive regarding how they look. Whether it is because of the influence of today’s media, or it is because of a person’s need to be acknowledged, I am not in a position to say so. Read the rest of this entry »

Rather Unhealthy

It has been a while since the last time I got sick. I assume it is because I always try to eat and rest properly, workout regularly and take supplements regularly. I don’t really like being sick because it makes me unable to do my daily activities as well as usual. Well, that being the case, I don’t think that no one wants to get sick either.

I have been experiencing mild symptoms of a cold lately. Sore and itchy throat, runny nose, a slight rise in body temperature and feeling a bit weak. It has been a while indeed, and judging from the usual 3 days incubation rule, it must be because I didn’t get enough rest after the outing I had with the people in my work department. Read the rest of this entry »