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When is the Best Time to Invest in Stock?
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I am not a professional stock advisor so please be aware of that. This article was written based only on my experience of investing in Philippine stock market for almost 7 years now. I have not became rich through stock investing. However, based on my experience, the best time to invest in stock is when […]
My Stocks Dividend Income for 2016
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I have been posting my stocks dividend income each year to have a record of the dividends I received from the previous year. Dividend from stock investments is purely passive income in nature because it is given freely by the company as long as you hold the stock for a certain period of time. Majority […]
Exchange Traded Fund 101: A Video Tutorial
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Last time I made a post regarding how can you invest in exchange-traded fund (ETF) in the Philippines. You can check the post here. However, it is always good to study and understand well a particular investment before you dive your nose in that. So I would like to show you a video from Youtube […]
Availing my Annual Physical Examination from Kaiser Healthgroup
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Before going to Australia to live there permanently, I tried to inquire about the free annual physical examination (APE) to be given by Kaiser of International Marketing Group (IMG). I have been paying my monthly contributions to Kaiser since May 2015. I have not availed any of their services since then because my vacation to […]
Costabella Tropical Beach Resort Review
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Me and my wife went to Costabella Tropical Beach Resort in Cebu, Philippines last February 3 -6, 2017. The resort is actually located in Buyong Road, Mactan, Cebu. I have booked this resort in December 2016 through Agoda. The total cost I paid during that time is around USD 325 or around P15,000 for a […]
Powerlessness and Sex
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The past couple of weeks on Sexy Marriage Radio we have covered a tough subject that impacts many couples … sexless marriage. While I don’t have real numbers on how many couples in our audience are dealing with this in their marriage, I do know that based on the email responses we’ve received there are […] The post Powerlessness and Sex appeared first on Simple Marriage.
No Excuse
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One thing I repeated encounter as a marriage and family therapist is couples in emotional crisis. It’s common for my clients to come into sessions pretty worked up. Or to almost lose it during session due to the intensity we can reach at times. Oftentimes, when people get emotionally “worked up” they first vent their […] The post No Excuse appeared first on Simple Marriage.
How Do I Know I’m Growing Up?
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One of the things I’m often asked by my clients (and readers) is “How do I know when I’m growing up?“ This may seem like a simple question, but if you view relationships (especially marriage) as a people-growing machine, then it can sometimes be hard to keep things in perspective. I came across this a while […] The post How Do I Know I’m Growing Up? appeared first on Simple Marriage.
Register for [Webinar]: The Next Frontier in Healthcare
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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!  Title: The Next Frontier in Healthcare Description: This webinar will provide insights on the causes of the value challenge we have in the US healthcare system – the drivers of high costs and lower than expected outcomes – and offer a path toward transforming this dynamic through the collection of real-time, […]The post Register for [Webinar]: The Next Frontier in Healthcare appeared first on eCaring.
Partnership Fund for New York City and New York eHealth Collaborative Announce Companies Selected for the 2016 Digital Health Accelerator Program
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Six digital health companies have been selected for this year’s New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA), a four-month program run by the Partnership Fund for New York City(Partnership Fund) and the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC). The 2016 NYDHA Class includes BMIQ, Diameter Health, eCaring, Healthify, Somatix, and Spring. The NYDHA supports growth-stage digital health companies […]The post Partnership Fund for New York City and New York eHealth Collaborative Announce Companies S
Kaiser Health News Highlights Need for Better Care Transitions that eCaring can Provide
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SAN DIEGO — Alton Rodgers had just come in from gardening when he suddenly blacked out and collapsed on the floor. The 89-year-old Kentucky native spent about 10 days at Palomar Hospital, where doctors told him a build-up of fluid around his heart was the culprit. Now, shortly after being released, Rodgers got a knock at […]The post Kaiser Health News Highlights Need for Better Care Transitions that eCaring can Provide appeared first on eCaring.
d.health Summit 2016 Innovation Spotlight: eCaring for Aging Americans in the Home
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eCaring unique cloud-based system integrates significant behavioral, clinical and medication adherence data to manage and monitor seniors and people with chronic conditions. That information is filtered for care managers and providers, hospitals and health plans, generating actionable alerts that enable timely interventions which keep small problems in the home from leading to big ones in […]The post d.health Summit 2016 Innovation Spotlight: eCaring for Aging Americans in the Home appeare
What to Do AFTER Mini Habits Change Your Life
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My books teach people how to form habits, but they don’t say much about what to do after that happens.  It’s a strange place to be. You’ve struggled for years to do certain things, and suddenly, these once-elusive behaviors are second nature. It feels great, but what do you do next? Do you pursue more habits? Maybe. […]
5 Ways to Handle Failure
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People fail. All of us do. Failure itself isn’t a problem, but it can be devastating if you respond poorly to it. That is, it’s up to you what failure means to you. As some are motivated by failure, others are slowed by it. Here are some ideas to help failure teach you and fuel […]
One In The Hand Is Worth Five In The Bush
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Today’s sure opportunities are more valuable than tomorrow’s possible opportunities. In in the last few years, I’ve noticed something disturbing, yet enlightening: I tend to grossly overvalue future opportunities and grossly undervalue current opportunities. I know I’m not alone. When it comes to potential opportunities, because they’re not solidified, we can easily embellish their likelihood […]
How to Maximize Every Moment of Your Life
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Caption: This is me on a Caribbean cruise. My shirt says, “Create Every Day.” My face says, “I love cruising.” When you think about how to make the most of the one life you have, what comes to mind? Many people, including myself, immediately think of things like traveling across the world, jumping out of […]
My 9 Principles of Business Success
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I admit it. My life isn’t everything I hoped for at this stage. But it’s more than I hoped for in terms of my business, career, finances, freedom, and world impact. I’ve done well in business because of certain principles I’ve followed, which I’d like to share here. It will mostly be geared towards writing […]
On Our Radar: The Accelerating Health Impacts of Climate Change
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Health workers stand in the Rio 2016 Olympic Park spraying insecticide to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquito that transmits the Zika virus. Image © PA images This series of articles tracks and explores emerging issues that are shaping the corporate sustainability agenda and should be on the radar of business executives and corporate sustainability professionals. For an in-depth analysis of key sustainability trends for 2016, read our report Global Trends and Opportunities: 2016 & Beyond. Cli
Spotlight on Novartis Access
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Launched in 2015, the Novartis Access is a prime example of how the private, public and civic sectors can complement each other. The company is partnering with governments and NGOs to distribute medicines on the ground and to raise awareness and strengthen healthcare system capabilities. Michael Fuerst, Senior Manager Corporate Responsibility Strategy & Innovation at Novartis International AG spoke to Frances Buckingham about the access programme.   Can you tell me how Novartis Access became
Context Matters: Setting Corporate Water Targets Based on Watershed Needs
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California’s water resource challenges are universally accepted to be a major problem. Image © PA Images. California Drying With the unique exception of Donald Trump’s denial, California’s water resource challenges are universally accepted to be a major problem. Although I’m a native east-coaster used to snowy winters and muggy summers, I today call California home and spend my days working with the private sector to protect our water resources. Living in the arid west has made what was onc
The evolving private sector response to climate change post-Paris Agreement
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Although not due to enter into force until 2020, the Paris agreement is already shaping public policy and corporate action. The 21st of March 2016 marked 100 days since the historic climate agreement was struck in Paris between 195 countries, setting the first long-term goal for carbon emissions reduction. It was bolstered, too, by the World Economic Forum, whose work demonstrates that global leaders for the first time perceive the failure to mitigate and adapt to climate change as the top ris
The Business Response to Displacement & Migration
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images © press association More than a million refugees crossed into Europe in 2015 alone, part of the 50 million refugees worldwide. According to the World Economic Forum, if a country was created from all the displaced people it would be the 24th largest in the world. Migration is not new, but the scale in Europe in contemporary times is. It is not the first refugee crisis – consider Europe after World War II, and situations in the Middle East, Africa,Latin America and Asia since – only in
Sharing These 20 Truths with Your Child Could Change Their Life
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“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” ― Margaret Mead Our children grow up so fast.  Before we know it they’re out there somewhere in the real world, and we’re left hoping that we’ve done enough to prepare them for everything they’ll encounter.  Angel and I talk to course students and […]
3 Little Reminders that Will Make You Feel Way Less Alone
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In the midst of bad days and hard times, it’s easy to look around and see a bunch of people who seem to be doing perfectly fine.  But I assure you they’re not.  We’re all struggling in our own unique way, every single day.  And if we could just be brave enough to open up […]
52 Good Morning Meditations that Will Calm the Chaos in Your Life
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It’s not what you say to everyone else that determines your life; it’s what you whisper to yourself that has the greatest power. The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.  The mind is indeed your battleground.  It’s the place where the greatest conflict resides.  It’s where half of the chaos […]
Move Over Sid! Here Comes 6 Year Old Podcaster ‘Nate The Science Kid’!
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Are you a curious person?  Do you like solving problems?  Do you ever think about questions like why is the sky blue or where salt water comes from?  If you do, you probably like Science! Well, six year old Nate Butkus from Willmette, Illinois, LOVES science. Since he was three years old,… Read more
Gross for Good!  7th Grader, Stephen Litt, Uses Worms to Cure Cancer!
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Stephen Litt is a very curious 7th grader at Lovinggood Middle School, near Atlanta, Georgia. His life has also been impacted by two relatives who have had breast cancer. So when it was time for his school’s science fair, he decided to something important – research a cure for cancer! First,… Read more
Great Quotes for Kids About Love!
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You probably hear the word “love” many times each week. You may hear it from a parent, a friend, in your place of worship, on tv or in a book. You may even say the word love a lot yourself! You may use the word love about a song, a food… Read more
Great Quotes for Kids About Passion and Enthusiasm
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What are the things  in school and in life that get you most excited?  Maybe its sports or animals or music or cooking or Legos or writing or art or drama or cars or fashion or computers or helping people?  Maybe it is all of those things? Do you have something… Read more
Great Quotes for Kids About the Importance of Family!
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Who do you spend the most time with? If something bad happens at school or with a friend, who do you turn to? You may have a lot of friends in your life, but you will always have family. Through good times and bad, our family supports and loves us,… Read more
How To Add Text to Animated GIFs and Meme It Up
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One of my favorite things about the digital world is an animated GIF. I love how we can express our emotions with a brief animated visual, usually with a pop culture wink. Animated GIFs with captioning have been around for ages, but lately, a different kind of meme has been showing up. This is a … Continue reading How To Add Text to Animated GIFs and Meme It Up
invisible
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Yesterday W and I decided to drive into the city to pick up Lolly from an evening meeting. Usually, my mother takes the train home and when she has this meeting twice a month she gets in really late. W and I drove into Philly, found a parking spot, and then sat in the car, … Continue reading invisible
How Can You Help Support Someone With HIV?
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Recently I wrote about supporting a friend through sickness, but different kinds of diseases call for different kinds of support. One of the easiest and most helpful things you can do to support someone with HIV is to help destigmatize it. Knowing the facts about infection, treatment, and health are simple ways to remove the … Continue reading How Can You Help Support Someone With HIV?
eleven and being strange
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Earlier this week, without any fanfare or cake, this quiet little blog turned eleven. I very much appreciate the character of Eleven on the hit Netflix show, Stranger Things. Eleven is a survivor. She is loyal. She is fragile, and yet SO powerful. She is searching for her stability. I get it. Much has changed … Continue reading eleven and being strange
Have a Friend Who is Sick? Read This NOW.
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How do we support a friend who is sick? As soon as a friend tells us they don’t feel well or are having a hard time, we gush to them, “what can we doooooo?” We drop the ball in their court and wait for it to be served back over the net. Of COURSE we … Continue reading Have a Friend Who is Sick? Read This NOW.
Our Experience at WE Day Los Angeles 2017
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Bringing together young people and world-renowned speakers and performers to celebrate and inspire change. Today the kids played hooky from school. Education should be more than classroom learning it should also include life experiences. So that is what we did. The kids played hooky from school to
Confessions from a Tech Junkie — Family Device-Free Day
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Starting next week we are launching device-free Sundays in my house. Last year, there was an amazing family deal with T-Mobile so we jumped on it and ended up with new phones for the entire family. If I could reverse time and take back that decision (and many others) I would. I should explain that […] The post Confessions from a Tech Junkie — Family Device-Free Day appeared first on Bizzie Living.
Taking the “Busy” out of Bizzieliving
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Busy. Once considered a badge of honor now feels like a curse.
My Three Words for 2017
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Borrowed this tradition from Chris Brogan here are three words that will guide me throughout 2017. This year has been unprecedented; we as a country watched common decency and respect for life go out the window in so many different scenarios across the globe, from slaughters of Allepo, the explosive amount of gun violence in […] The post My Three Words for 2017 appeared first on Bizzie Living.
Why Are We All So Busy? Stop It.
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Busy. It’s the shortest, easiest, most universal excuse to get out of anything. People ask you to sign a petition on the street, but you are too busy right now. People ask how you are doing, but you are too busy to answer so you just say, fine. We are too busy to hold the […] The post Why Are We All So Busy? Stop It. appeared first on Bizzie Living.