I will miss you, my figure.
I like a slimmer figure, who doesn't?
But, I know I'm sick, I need to see the doctor, to take medicine.
I have difficulty sleeping at night. I get tired very easily. There's swelling on my neck. Some say my eyes are bulging.
Yes, I display symptoms of hyperthyroidism. I was diagnosed in 2004, if I remember correctly. I was so thin back then.
Since I got pregnant with my third baby, it was normal, until now. She's almost three years old. I went to the doctor and I was prescribed medicine again. The doctor wondered what triggered it.
I guess it's goodbye to a slimmer figure. But it's better for my health.
If you display the symptoms below, then you also have hyperthyroidism.
But, you have hypothyroidism if you display the signs below.
I snapped these at my doctor's office.
Part of having a blog is the fun of being able to design the look yourself. If you are a frustrated designer like me, this is your chance! I enjoy putting together fonts for the header and sidebar headers, the background colors or the background image and graphics to represent my categories or my blog elsewhere.
There's a wonderful website I go to for new and cool fonts, unique backgrounds and lovely graphics. Every week, there are three products that are available for free download on the site. There's also a bonus of three more on their Facebook page. Isn't it cool?
Even if you cannot download the ones you really need for free, the prices are very reasonable. You can mix and match the elements and create brand new designs.
For example, if you're having a DIY wedding, this set is perfect for the invitations or save-the-date cards, or even a wedding blog:
Click on the image below to see what Creative Market has to offer.
Disclosure: I'm a partner of Creative Market.
Sunday is family day. So one Sunday, my hubby, the kids and I trooped to a mall in Makati to watch Guardians of the Galaxy. I am not into sci-fi or space adventure kinds of flicks, so I had no idea what to expect. I saw a trailer of the movie once, but I understood nothing. I don't even know it's derived from Marvel comics.
On the screen, I saw a boy sitting on a chair and listening to his walkman using earphones. I thought it was another trailer. Turns out, the movie has already started.
Although it's obvious that there's a bad guy who wants something the good guy has, and that this something is a weapon that could eradicate a whole planet, which the good guy has to keep away from the bad guy to save the galaxy, the reason why was a little deep since it's about politics, not honoring the treaty, unlikely friendship and personal tragedies. And I don't think my kids could fully comprehend the full story.
|"I AM GROOT!!!"
All they see could be a cute raccoon, a funny moving tree and men & women in skittles-colored skins. Although these could provide a good entertainment, the movie was rated PG for reasons: the script, and of course the violent scenes. The actors say words that I don't want to hear from my innocent children's mouths, for example, st*pid, idi*t, and more. Did someone say b*tch? And there was blood!
I had to say, Nebula was pretty even if she's blue, bald and a villain.
It was good while it lasted, but I wouldn't want my little ones watch Guardians of the Galaxy again. Even the sequel? Yes!
I have been using Lysol air freshener and surface cleaner for quite sometime now. Just a little of the products goes a long way, therefore, points for cost efficiency.
It is packaged in a 225 ml bottle with an attractive, feminine design. It smells of flowers. I think the floral scent is a tad strong, though. The liquid is quite thick, so, a drop of the hand soap is already sudsy. I usually use half a pump. There are also other scents that I would like to try.
I like that it doesn't make the hands dry no matter how often I wash my hands. This encourages hand washing as it's an effective way to prevent spread of germs.
Have you tried this brand of liquid hand soap? What did you think?
Driving in California: What You Need to Know About Auto Insurance Laws
Driving in California, particularly in one of the big cities like Los Angeles or San Francisco can seem like a stressful task, even if it is an essential one for many people. While you may have to get used to driving in the area, you'll need to understand and obtain California auto insurance
before you jump in the car and get moving. Use this guide to help.How Much Coverage?
Obtaining auto insurance in California is relatively easy, though you may be wondering how much coverage you really need. The answer is that you need $15,000 to $30,000 worth of insurance to cover injuries or death to one or more person, as well as $5,000 worth of coverage to take care of property damage. Hopefully you won't ever need your coverage, but you need to be protected by law. Should I Get Comprehensive Coverage?
Comprehensive coverage provides compensation for damage to your car, other vehicles and any injuries to others. However, if you have an older car, you may not need it. You'll need to weigh the monthly cost of the coverage to how much your car is really worth. Paying an extra $100 per month may not be a good idea if your car only has a resale value of $2,000.
If you happen to be leasing a car, you'll likely be required to carry comprehensive coverage in just about every case. Without out, the dealer would be responsible for damage on a new vehicle, which could be costly.