Morning Shift

I love the morning. I love the cold breeze everytime I walk out of the house. I love the feeling of the hot chicken noodle soup getting into my tummy.

Now that I'm done with all the love-its, let's get to the hate-its.

I hate not getting on a jeepney to work soon enough, I hate the traffic everytime the jeepney I'm on passes through Carbon. And I hate pushing myself to wake up when I just barely got into bed.

Truth is, I don't really mind waking up as early as my usual bedtime, all I want is to be able to get to bed early, and if I can, I just hope that I have undisturbed sleep.

Undisturbed sleep.

Again, this brings me to wanting my own room. If I have my own room, I'd be able to get enough sleep without the TV blaring, and I won't have to sense people walking around. I'm actually cool with sharing the room with my brother and my sister, but I just don't think having a computer, a laptop, a TV inside a room and your next door neighbor blasting their radio 24 hours a day can give me enough peace.

Let's see, this is about the 4th week of my employed life. On the first week of work, we were scheduled for the mid-shift, that's about 2PM-10PM. This continued until the second week. Right after the second week, the next stage of training started and we were scheduled for the last shift---10PM-6AM. We were happy that we were finally put in the last shift, since that meant more cash because of the benefits of working late at night. But then the trainer decided that we should be given the first shift. Can you just imagine the Hazard pay and Night Differential pay growing wings and leaving us?

Oh well, I guess we should just be contented with the week-long extra pay for now.

Advertisers Should Do SocialSpark

I kinda wish that this blog can stand on its own, meaning that I won't have to work so hard just to keep it up. Well, since I just started with SocialSpark, I was pretty eager to see what it could offer and obviously eager to earn with it. I was kinda excited that I would be able to do sponsored posts again and without having to hide it from the readers. The purpose of this post is to let advertisers know that can help in booming their business if they just have enough people linking back to them and bloggers' posts are just as good as promoting their products.

Like for me, I've always like the sports gear from Adidas. I bought myself tennis shoes that I have loved so much because of its durability and the comfort that I felt while using it. Aside from their tennis shoes, their shirts rock as well as their bags. Oh I could just go on and on with their products.

And since I've just started working and have been thinking about getting myself a new car (wishful thinking!), I've always wanted to get myself a Honda CRV. Yeah, I know it's been out in the market for a while now, but I just want an SUV, so sue me.

By the way, this template isn't totally mine, as everyone can see on the footer, but I have done some changes to it and I will be making more changes using Photoshop. I have to change the imagery, to personalize this blog more. I just wish that Photoshop's cheaper though, it sure takes a pretty penny just to get a license. But whatever, I love Photoshop, nonetheless. :D

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100th Post!

Actually, this post isn't the 100th post on this blog if I didn't move some of the content to the other blog. But I needed some content on there and well, this blog was getting too cluttered. I just had some hot noodles. Hot chicken noodles. Hot chicken noodle soup like the one below.

Wouldn't you want one too? :D Alright, I was kidding about having one like it. I just had some hot chicken instant noodles. You happy now? Hmph, bet you still wanted some, hahah. Anyway, it's about time that I got ready for work. Remember, I have to get out of here in about an hour. Tsk tsk. Oh work.

Sparking Social Web Life

This blog has been quite idle in the money-making business for the past few months. But now with SocialSpark, I could make some cash with my blog, and not just waste my time Internet-ing my life away. And it's not just all about monetizing your blog, with SocialSpark, you can also build communities where you can promote your blog among fellow bloggers and advertisers. And if you think you don't have enough traffic, SocialSpark is also a good way to boost it, because the more you check out your fellow bloggers' blogs, they usually reciprocate the visit and if they find your blog interesting enough, there's nothing stopping them from visiting again.

Most bloggers are crazy about getting high PR, but if you barely have any visitors, what's the point of having a high one? Yes, I'm serious about that question. Anyway, I got invited into SocialSpark a long time ago, back when SocialSpark was still in Alpha. But now, lookee:

To get a feel of the SocialSpark blogger homepage, here's a screenshot:

SocialSpark also has a code of ethics:

-100% Audit-able In-Post Disclosure
-100% Transparency
-100% Real Opinions
-100% Search Engine Friendly

There are a lot of opportunities that even new bloggers can take, just as long as your blog's three months old and not loaded with adult content, it's all good. Bloggers are also nuts about stats, and each blog profile has its own analytics overview where you can view your RealRank, Alexa Rank, the number of pageviews, and also the number of visitors that the blog receives.

Since I am still fairly new to SocialSpark, I think I'm gonna need more time to check things out then write again on how SocialSpark is. And while you're reading this, why not sign up as well and prop my blog so I can prop your blog too?

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Chillaxin' and Miss Wilhelmina

It's currently 3:45AM, no make that 3:46AM. Wondering why I'm up so early? It's because I have work at 6:00AM. Travel time to work is about 20 minutes if you have your own car, minus the traffic. But if it's a normal time and you have to commute, good luck in getting to work within 20 minutes. It usually takes me about an hour and a alf just to get there.

Anyway, I'm chillaxin' for now, just finished my breakfast and just staring at my other blog, Miss Wilhelmina. I'm actually still not done with editing the template, but I'm way too busy right now and *cough*mybirthday'scomingup*cough* on Monday, so I guess I'm gonna have to take things slow for now.

So I guess that's it for now. Oh and PS, for the Filipinos out there, Bamboo super rocks!

Criss Angel BELIEVE

If you checked back about a couple of months back on this blog, you might have noticed a post about Criss Angel. Well, I guess I can call myself a fan, not really a die-hard fan, but a fan, nonetheless. When I was a kid, I never knew any magicians at all, but I heard about Harry Houdini, being the best escape-ologist and all, so they say. But usually magicians just don't make them appreciate them the way they wanna be appreciated. If I were a kid, I probably would, but when I saw Criss Angel perform some of his illusions, I was entertained. I've watched some of his interviews and found out that some of the illusions are real and some of them are staged. But I don't really care. I'm all up for the entertainment from him. The stunts that he performs are dangerous and intriguing. It's just like nothing you've seen before. I've watched his videos from his TV show, but I've always wanted to see him perform live. And one can go see him perform at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas.

Criss Angel also works with Cirque du Soleil and he has a show called CRISS ANGEL Believe. You can buy your tickets online at the Cirque du Soleil's website. They also had a text contest running for US and Canada residents, but it closed just on the 14th of June. If it was still open, all you had to do was text the word 'Believe' to 22122 to win a pair of tickets to the show. So the next time you come to Las Vegas, hop by the Luxor and let Criss Angel mystify you.

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