Written on Wednesday, 15 of January, 2014 at 11:16 am
I have recently started playing sims 3 again, because I read an article about the types of sims players, and I realized that I missed killing my time simulating a life that isn’t mine. Hahaha!
I was mostly the architectural type who didn’t care about the sims but cared about designing houses.
I got new extensions and I found these amazing kitchen cabinet designs that I kind of wanted, so I checked available kitchen cabinet at wholesale. My kitchen actually needs to be reinvented because looking at it makes me tired and uninspired to cook.
What kind of sims player are you?
Written on Sunday, 5 of January, 2014 at 9:13 pm
I was playing Red Dead Redemption earlier this day, because obviously I had to play the Undead Nightmare game when it involves cowboys and the zombie apocalypse. The Sasquatch thing was just an added twist!
I found out that there were a lot of collectibles back then during their era, and it was pretty interesting to know more about guns and the like. I wanted to get something similar for my parents since they’re both military officials and I haven’t been able to get them any decent christmas presents yet.
I settled for Army coins instead. I think they’d both love it, since my dad has already started his coin collection, and my mom loves anything that’s unique. 🙂
I just hope they finally decide to take me to the shooting range soon! I’m tired of shooting things through my ps3 joystick. I wanna do the real thing!
Written on Thursday, 10 of October, 2013 at 2:47 am
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A good website like this should also provide a holiday search engine wherein you can find bargain holidays, inexpensive flights and late deals from UK’s leading brand tour operators, from quaint cultural style Kefalonia holidays to popular Mediterranean holidays.
Happy holiday hunting! ^_^
Category: tips and tricks,travel
Written on Monday, 26 of August, 2013 at 4:49 pm
Growing up being highly influenced by music, I decided to spend most of my teenage years forming bands of different genres. Through all the gigs, I found myself in a lot of different circles of friends, and it was amazing.
Those were the golden years of my life, being able to perform at a production gig and knowing almost more than half of the bands who will be playing.
We’ve had all these interesting conversations about the life of musicians, and one of the conversations that I like to look back to every now and then is the keyboardist’s problem.
You see, guitar players and vocalists can easily impress chicks because it’s easy to carry around a guitar, and your voice is with you everywhere. Keyboardists, however, have no form of portable instrument that is easy to carry so they can show off their skills. I recently found portable keyboard stands and I realized, maybe nowadays, their problem is solved. You know? Haha.
I guess this problem also applies to drummers, but we’ve yet to see a solution for that. :p
Written on Tuesday, 30 of July, 2013 at 10:22 pm
Rainy days are nice. They make you feel like the world is a better place, because it’s a form of the world cleansing itself.
It makes me think about a lot of things, so I like reflecting on rainy days.
I remember when I watched Bloc Party for the first time, how brilliant the light setup was, and how amazing the sound was, even if the place was huge and even if there were a lot of people. You could hear the guitar amps properly and the vocalist, Kele was not drowned out by the instruments. It was a perfect mix.
I think artists should give a lot more credit to their sound guys, because the sound guys make you amazing. They can make or break your performance.
I like watching the tech booth during gigs, really. It’s amazing how all of those guys know exactly which setting needs to be fixed if something goes awry.
Maybe one day I can be a tech guy too!
Written on Sunday, 21 of July, 2013 at 11:03 am
So my mom decided to remodel our bathroom and to convert it into this decent powder room that I have always been constantly nagging her about. She finally gave in and told me to look for things that I want to be added there.
The first thing that I looked for were 36″ bathroom vanities. You can’t have a powder room without a decent vanity!
I decided I’d get a black and white powder room so it wouldn’t be too feminine that visitors would feel emasculated when they use it. Haha.
I have been spending a lot of time admiring modern style houses and furniture, lately, so I think I’ll keep that theme.
Hopefully when I get my own place I’d have enough funds to afford most of the things I like.
As of the moment, I’ll just spazz over planning my new powder room! Yay!
Category: house and home
Written on Tuesday, 25 of June, 2013 at 3:36 pm
Since I started working, I have been ignoring my windows laptop for the longest time. I even left her for my sister to use because she only had a minuscule 10 inch laptop and she couldn’t work properly because the screen was too small.
I had the chance to check up on it to see if my sister has not totally wrecked it yet, and I found out that the OS was not functioning to its full potential. You see the sad part about windows is you need it to undergo through Windows cleanup every now and then to make sure it performs optimally.
I guess I got too used to using a Mac because I don’t even have to shut my laptop down… ever.
Just remember to take care of your laptops, and they’ll surely love you back. 🙂
Written on Saturday, 8 of June, 2013 at 12:42 am
The thing is I have not ever learned how to ride a bike. You see when I was young I always rode the four wheeled bike because I could not balance myself and whenever I tried to ride a regular bike with two wheels, but I kept on falling and I have had a lot of scars.
My mother decided to encourage me to ride a bike so she bought me a couple of bikes to practice on with kuat bike racks.
I’ve been trying to convince my officemates to bike with me so that we could all be healthy but in reality I just want people to teach me because I’m so bad at it!
There you have it, my lifelong secret.
Written on Wednesday, 22 of May, 2013 at 9:09 pm
Did you know that you should be well aware of your personal records everywhere, including the internet?
The technology nowadays allows people to gain access to information within just a few keystrokes and clicks. Information has never been this easy to attain, and it just never ceases to amaze me.
With a wide variety of applications for smart phones and websites with different features, surely you would not be surprised to find out that employers can get your background check pre employment at easybackgrounds.
This is why keeping your record clean and watching what you post on the internet is actually quite important. Don’t be reckless and just watch where your name is tagged and where your face is posted. It surely doesn’t hurt to be a little extra careful.
Category: my discovery
Written on Sunday, 19 of May, 2013 at 9:09 pm
My mom has been pretty busy these past few days managing the house because my brother recently got married and she wanted the house to be presentable and for it to have some sort of fresh start.
We had the basement’s floor tiled and the rooftop re-waterproofed, we also had the garage floor cemented and now my mom is looking for knobs from reidsupply.com to fix the cabinets and drawers.
It sure is nice to see everything coming to place. It’s been pretty difficult for me to wake up to the sounds of hammers and what not when I actually don’t have to wake up for another two hours, but seeing the house look as it is now, it just is pretty overwhelming and it makes me really happy.
I’m glad my mom decided to take on this little project of hers, really.
Category: house and home