Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Filipinos invading Hollywood

Filipinos are indeed talented. It has now slowly been discovered talents in Philippines that really has a potential to be in the Hollywood. Aside of Charice shined through her voice, now modeling and movies are on the go nowadays. They were still alot of Filipino's pride entered Hollywood before that has not been recognized but now it has been seen. Also Hollywood films sometimes shoot it in PH such as Bourne Legacy, Josh Hartnett (forgot the name of that movie) and Leonardo Di Caprio.

Anne Curtis Smith, half Australian half Filipina born, everybody knows how famous is she in PH. Favorite commercial models, billboards are everywhere coz of her versatile-face. Different faces depends on her make-up and perfect body. She is just a frustrated singer haha. She can't sing but she had a concert before just only for fun. It was just all for fun but still though she dont have the voice but she has the looks and body and attitude. She is beautiful inside out. She's remained humble despite of popularity she gained. And crazy sometimes that's why alot of people idolized and love her.

Lately she modeled the works of the one of the famous fashion designer in PH that has been honored to show it in Americas Next Top Model and Tyra Banks saw it all and she loved it.

And now she's on the Movie! No way. Yes way! She's in the Hollywood Movie named "Blood Ransom" a crime thrilled film and will released in theaters in 2013.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

5 Ways to Stay Motivated When Sick

Once you are diagnosed with a minor or major health condition, it may be difficult to stay motivated and positive. It is not only important to maintain a healing attitude for your own sanity, but also for your health. Stress, anxiety and negative emotions can worsen your condition, which can make you feel even more discouraged or weakened. While it is normal to feel emotionally distraught after a diagnosis with a condition that may impair your health, there are a few ways you can address your feelings and keep up the strength to get you through this difficult time.

Remember that you are not your illness: Many people tend to identify with their illness, and either subconsciously or consciously believe that their illness defines them as a person. This identification with the illness often causes more suffering and pain than the actual illness itself.

Eat for your health: Of all the recommended strategies for fighting disease and promoting overall health and well being, few are as critical and profound as healthy eating. Eating a variety of nourishing, whole foods provides the ability to rejuvenate and rebuild, while keeping you healthy and energized. Certain diet plans can also be tailored to a specific health condition – for example, foods such as cruciferous vegetables support heavy metal detoxification  and decrease inflammation.

Meditate: The health benefits of meditation have been successfully tested in the scientific community with excellent results. More and more peer-reviewed research on meditation confirms that it is a viable method of improving health and emotional well being, helping with issues ranging from cardiovascular disease, inflammation and immune activity to pain, anxiety and depression. Meditation is a beneficial relaxation technique, as it is well known in the medical world that reduction of stress improves the condition of many disease states and helps to greatly reduce health risks related to physical, mental and emotional overload.

Clear the clutter: When battling any type of illness, people often seek a more serene environment that is clean and calming to improve their mood and decrease stress. Clearing clutter from your everyday environment – whether it is your office, home environment, or your car – can help you create a more peaceful and comfortable space in which to invite healing energy.

Reach out: While you may feel inclined to isolate yourself when you are ill, sometimes company is the best therapy! Taking time to connect with friends and family through e-mails, visits or phone calls will help you feel supported and loved, improve your mood and immunity, and help to process your diagnosis in a safe environment. In addition, many programs provide support groups that bring people in similar circumstances together in order to help one another work through personal experiences in a positive way.

A key to recovery from illness or serious health conditions involves increasing your emotional well being and improving your surroundings. Creating a safe, happy and healthy environment in which to heal will allow you to maintain your psychological health while improving your physical vitality. 

By Dr. Isaac Eliaz M.D., L.Ac., M.S.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

i love SINGAPORE~!!!! as always.. nothing compares! next stop HONGKONG! damn i can remember something haha... how can i forget hongkong weeeeheeee..... then next THAILAND baby~!!!! I LOVE MY LIFE~!!!!!!!!!! \m/

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