It’s nice for your work to be something that you enjoy and love. If you have a passion like this, why not create a business around doing the things you truly love doing? You can start by showcasing your skills, expertise and talents through social media. Social profiles and business page creation is free of charge, and everyone can post anything they like as long as it follows the website’s guidelines, terms and conditions. Read the rest of this entry
We are living in a day and age where actually talking on the phone, like voice-to-voice, ear-to-ear style, has become a laborious, inconvenient rarity. People can have an entire text conversation without typing a single word! That said, it is essential that anyone born prior to 1980 gets up to speed on modern communication lest we all become obsolete and illiterate. Read the rest of this entry
Pocket pharmacist app is used for medication management. Medications increase with age and aging is inevitable. I only take 1 medication on a regular basis so I do not really use this for myself. I am however, the person who keeps up with my parent’s medications and this little app is really handy for that. To look up any conflicts of medications, I use the Pocket Pharmacist App to check any contradictions of meds and make sure it’s okay to have a drink or eat some things without adverse effect. Read the rest of this entry
The nature of my work and business involves a lot of telecommuting – client meetings, business proposals, presentations and being a mom and nana somewhere in between. One of my day-to-day travel buddy is the Waze App.
What is Waze?
Waze is a social GPS app that gives out timely and informative information on traffic. Whether you’re heading to place you’ve never been to or you’re running late for an important meeting, this app can give you an insight on how the traffic looks like and suggest alternative routes to take. Read the rest of this entry
You’ve probably heard the saying “health is wealth” too many times before but I’d like to say it again. We’re blessed to have the gift of life. Since we’re limited of having a single lifetime and an irreplaceable body, we have to be responsible for taking care of our health and wellness to enjoy life. One among the many ways to stay healthy is to be physically fit.
I stumbled upon My Fitness Pal, a free web and smartphone app, that both weight and fitness watchers can use to keep track of exercise regimen and food intake. Overall, the app boasts 4 million food and food recipes on their database. This is a huge list of foods to be discovered and shared for the calorie-conscience population. Read the rest of this entry