Candy Crush insight


I’ve been playing the level 28 at Candy Crush but I couldn’t move on to the next level. Why I reached level 28? It’s my younger brother and sister who played in my account the past weeks. I never played from the very start, all I know I’m at level 28 already. I started playing at that level couldn’t climb-up. Grrrrh. I’ve been hitting the target but I couldn’t clear all the jellies.:( Oh, sweet candies!

I’m thinking of a bright solution…I’ll just let my younger siblings move me up to the next level 😀
My class started yesterday so no more time to crush candies 🙂

Insight 1: Calculate your move. Delegate your tasks.
Insight 2: It’s not enough that you did your best in hitting the target, you must meet all the requirements just like crushing all those jellies.


Managing with a heart

It is such a good read:)I desire of more productive relationships in my workplace!

“Don’t stand over people.If there’s a better or more efficient way to do the job,teach them or offer suggestions,but don’t treat them like they can’t do the job. People have their own work style.”


Catanduanes’ Candidates for 2013 Congressional and Provincial Elections

Vote wisely mga kababayan!

Incumbents usually have the advantage. But will the sitting elected officials in Catanduanes make it in 2013? Here are some interesting facts:

First, Since 1992, there was no governor who was able to complete three terms. The most
that a governor could get is two terms and these are Verceles and, at present, Cua. Should Cua finish a three term, that would be the first in the history of post-Marcos elections.

Second, since 1992, there are two Congerssmen who were able to complete three terms: Leandro Verceles Jr., and Joseph Santiago. Initially, it can be said that voters tend to re-elect
Congressmen. When compared, however, to other positions such as Gubernatorial position, the case is otherwise. Since 1992, Catanduanes governor changed hands for four times.  Verceles, who run for governor after having been elected Congressman only served for two terms as governor.

The complete list of candidates for the 2013…

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Philippine liquor ban – May 9 to 13 2013

The Filipino Scribe

As part of the preparations for the coming midterm polls next week, the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) will begin implementing a five-day liquor ban beginning this May 9, Thursday.

The poll body last February decided to extend the liquor ban from two to five days upon the suggestion of Francis Tolentino, chair of the Metro Manila Development Authority.

In its Minute Resolution 13-0322, the commission noted that Tolentino originally wanted the liquor ban to be in effect for a longer period of time, possibly as long as the gun ban which lasts throughout the campaign period.

Prior to Tolentino’s proposal, the COMELEC announced that it is sticking to the two-day liquor ban as prescribed in the Omnibus Election Code for the 2013 elections.

Members of the Philippine National Police (PNP), National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) operatives, Regional Election Directors, Provincial Election Supervisors, Election Officers, and the COMELEC Election Laws…

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What Is Important in the Financial World

24/7 Wall St.

New $100 BillWest Lashes Out at China

The world has started to gang up on China. America’s Defense Department published a report as part of its Annual Report to Congress. In “Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2013,” officials wrote:

In 2012, numerous computer systems around the world, including those owned by the US government, continued to be targeted for intrusions, some of which appear to be attributable directly to the Chinese government and military.

Further, the analysts said the Chinese effort was to improve the quality and competitiveness of its own military.

Europe, not to be outdone in banging the People’s Republic, hit China on the anticompetitive front. As The Wall Street Journal reported on tariffs on Chinese solar panels:

The European Union is poised to slap import duties on solar-panel equipment made in China, likely sparking one of the largest trade battles of recent decades.


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