Sunday, May 31, 2009

Life : How To Become Successful In Life?

Ever have those days when no matter what you try life seems to be a series of set backs? Well, today is an excellent day to take charge of your life and develop strategies to achieve personal success. Remember, where you find yourself in the near future is the function of decisions you take today.

Set Reasonable Goals:
Your goals should be real to YOU. If you are not sure of your goals, the game is over. You will never achieve anything if you don’t believe you can. Every goal seeking mission should start with a positive thought. Think of things that are meaningful to you. Write down what you want to achieve, don’t listen to any of the negatives and just concentrate on your mission. Writing your thoughts and goals down will make them more real to you, and cement in your mind what is it you really want to do.

Don’t be afraid of failure:
Don’t beat yourself up if you have a set back. There will be times when you might not progress. Just relax, when you make a problem larger than it is you will want to quit and will destroy all the progress and plans. Be aware of this negative thinking. Remember, the only difference between a successful man and a failure is that a successful man will keep going when others quit.

Be Positive:
Every morning, wake up with a big smile on your face. Also make sure you associate with positive people and limit your exposure to negative people. Positive people will give you food; negative people will only drain you. Their negative actions, thoughts, whining and complaining is a poison and you need to steer clear of it. Motivate yourself by reading books and magazines about successful people.

Physically work towards your goal:
Develop a daily methodical systematic approach to reaching your goals and take one step towards your success. Be your own judge and review your performance each week. Write down what you have done to come closer to your goal. Writing down your progress will help you see which places you need to make corrections and which place you fared well.

Love, embrace and believe in yourself. It is very realistic to become wildly successful. You can absolutely create a prosperous life if you are willing to work for it.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Sex : Communication In Bed

A great way to ensure a better sex life is to develop open communication between you and your partner. Sharing what you like and don't like in bed is key to being a better lover. Make sure that the door swings both ways: You must be able to listen as well as be heard. Establish trust by letting your partner share his or her feelings openly. In turn, you should have the same freedom to share your needs and desires as well.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Tyres : What is Rolling Resistance?

Rolling Resistance is a factor in fuel efficiency as it relates to your tires. The phrase means the amount of force needed to keep tires moving at a constant speed. The greater the force needed, the higher your gasoline consumption. Some kinds of fuel efficient tires are engineered to utilize lower rolling resistance and reduce the strain on the engine. In some states, there are studies underway to rate tires for their rolling resistance to assist consumers in finding the most fuel efficient tires they can afford.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Health : Extreme Diets

One common, but very unsafe practice, used for weight loss is extreme dieting. Extreme diets, such as a seven day crash diet, promotes rapid weight loss which is not only unhealthy but in some instances dangerous. The use of fasting or extremely low calorie diets still doesn't work for long term weight loss. For permanent weight loss you must change your lifestyle. Extreme diets promise you almost magical results within just a few days. As the old saying goes, “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” 

Extreme diets have been around for centuries but their results are still the same. You primarily lose muscle tissue and water weight instead of fat. Crash dieters lose pounds because their diet program is essentially self-imposed starvation. It is simple math: if more calories are burned than eaten weight loss occurs. Extreme dieting results in low energy levels due to inadequate calories. This influences your ability to perform normal daily activities, you just don't have the energy you need. There is no energy for exercise and your job performance may suffer as well. 

Crash dieting depletes vitamins and minerals that are important for normal body functions. As these important nutrients become depleted, imbalances may occur increasing your risk of serious medical complications. So, avoid these risks and the yo-yo effect of crash dieting by losing weight safely. Eat a healthy diet and getting plenty of regular exercise and you will be on your way to successful weight loss.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Safety : Consequences of Not Wearing a Helmet

When people ride bikes without helmets, they are risking their very lives. Although helmets can be uncomfortable, the short-term discomfort is well worth the avoidance of the long-term pain that an accident can bring or the consequences of an unexpected death.
When people ride without helmets, they dramatically increase their chances of receiving severe injuries if there is an accident. Such injuries can be disfiguring, or they can lead to brain damage and/or death. Besides the physical risks associated with riding without a helmet, there is another danger, too. Many states and counties have laws that prohibit the operation of a motorcycle without wearing a DOT approved helmet. Fines for breaking these laws can be several hundred dollars, and repeated offenses could cause you to lose your license or even end up in jail.
It is best to avoid all of that trouble and reduce your risk of injury by simply wearing a helmet. Find one that fits and is as comfortable as possible, and always put it on before you get on your bike. 

P/S : Buy a brand new helmet like me. An 'Arc' brand helmet.Comfort and stylish.

Sex : Is Oral Sex Normal?

Some people are reluctant to give oral sex. This can be due to a number of reasons, ranging from religious beliefs to personal negative associations with the act. Oral sex is a perfectly natural method of pleasing your lover. It's an ancient, worldwide practice, in fact. One study put out by the Kinsey Institute shows that over 90 percent of married couples engage regularly in oral sex.

Sex : Common Sense of Safe Sex

There’s more to safe sex than abstinence and/or using condoms. The common sense of safe sex includes a few other tips as well:
  • No means no. If either one of you is uncomfortable with getting sexually intimate, stop. Sex is meant to be pleasurable for both parties. If one person is reluctant, the positive energy disappears.
  • Stay away from alcohol or drugs, especially if you and your partner are a new couple. While a glass of wine is a great way to unwind and drop inhibitions, overdoing it can lead to taking greater risks.
  • Communicate. Talk about sex before you have it. Find out your partner’s views on health and, if possible, get an idea of his/her experience. Was s/he safe with other lovers? Does s/he believe in taking responsibility for his/her own safety? Both of you should take part in keeping each other safe.

Health : Insomnia



Insomnia is the feeling of inadequate or poor-quality sleep because of one or more of the following: trouble falling asleep (Initial Insomnia); trouble remaining asleep through the night (Middle Insomnia); waking up too early (Terminal Insomnia); or unrefreshing sleep. These can all lead to daytime drowsiness, poor concentration and the inability to feel refreshed and rested upon awakening.

Insomnia is not defined by the hours of sleep a person gets or how long it takes to fall asleep. Individuals vary normally in their need for, and their satisfaction with, sleep. Insomnia may cause problems during the day, such as tiredness, difficulty concentrating and irritability.

Insomnia can be classified as transient, intermittent and chronic. Insomnia lasting from a single night to a few weeks is referred to as transient. If episodes of transient insomnia occur from time to time, the insomnia is said to be intermittent. Insomnia (or Primary Insomnia) is considered to be chronic if it occurs on most nights and lasts a month or more.

Women, the elderly and individuals with a history of depression are more likely to experience insomnia. Factors such as stress, anxiety, a medical problem or the use of certain medications make the chance of insomnia more likely.


People will be unable to carry out their daily responsibilities either because they are too tired or because they have trouble concentrating due to lack of restful sleep.

Insomnia may cause a reduced energy level, irritability, disorientation, dark circles under the eyes, posture changes and fatigue.

Patients with insomnia are evaluated by a medical history and a sleep history. The sleep history may be obtained from a sleep diary filled out by the patient or by an interview with the patient’s bed partner concerning the quantity and quality of the patient’s sleep. Specialized sleep studies may be recommended, but only if there is suspicion that the patient may have a primary sleep disorder such as sleep apnea or narcolepsy.

Diagnostic criteria of primary insomnia:

* The predominant complaint is difficulty falling or staying sleep, or nonrestorative sleep, for at least one month.
* The sleep disturbance (or associated daytime fatigue) causes clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational or other important areas of functioning.
* The sleep disturbance does not occur exclusively during the course of narcolepsy, breathing-related sleep disorder, circadian rhythm sleep disorder or a parasomnia.
* The disturbance does not occur exclusively during the course of another mental disorder (such as major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, a delirium).
* The disturbance is not due to the direct physiological effects of a substance (such as a drug abuse, a medication) or a medical condition.


Certain conditions seem to make individuals more likely to experience insomnia. Examples of these conditions include:

* Advanced age (insomnia occurs more frequently in those over age 60)
* Female gender
* A history of depression

There are a number of possible causes of insomnia:

* Jet lag
* Shift work
* Wake-sleep pattern disturbances
* Grief
* Depression or major depression
* Stress
* Anxiety
* Exhilaration or excitement
* Bed or bedroom not conducive to sleep
* Nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, food, or stimulants at bedtime
* Aging
* Excessive sleep during the day
* Excessive physical or intellectual stimulation at bedtime
* Overactive thyroid
* Taking a new drug
* Alcoholism
* Inadequate bright-light exposure during waking hours
* Abruptly stopping a medication
* Medications or illicit drugs
* Withdrawal of medications
* Interference with sleep by various diseases
* Restless leg syndrome

Transient and intermittent insomnia generally occur in people who are temporarily experiencing one or more of the following:

* Stress
* Environmental noise
* Extreme temperatures
* Change in the surrounding environment
* Sleep/wake schedule problems such as those due to jet lag
* Medication side effects

Chronic insomnia is more complex and often results from a combination of factors, including underlying physical or mental disorders. One of the most common causes of chronic insomnia is depression. Other underlying causes include arthritis, kidney disease, heart failure, asthma, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, Parkinson’s disease and hyperthyroidism. However, chronic insomnia may also be due to behavioral factors, including the misuse of caffeine, alcohol or other substances; disrupted sleep/wake cycles that may occur with shift work or other nighttime lifestyles; and chronic stress.

Some behaviors may prolong existing insomnia, and they can also be responsible for causing the sleeping problem in the first place:

* Worrying about the upcoming difficulty sleeping
* Ingesting excessive amounts of caffeine
* Drinking alcohol before bedtime
* Smoking cigarettes before bedtime
* Excessive napping in the afternoon or evening
* Irregular or continually disrupted sleep/wake schedules

Stopping these behaviors may eliminate the insomnia.


Transient and intermittent insomnia may not require treatment since episodes last only a few days at a time. For example, if insomnia is due to a temporary change in schedule, as with jet lag, the person’s biological clock will often get back to normal on its own. However, for some people who experience daytime sleepiness and impaired performance as a result of Transient Insomnia, the use of short-acting sleeping pills may improve sleep and next-day alertness. As with all drugs, there are potential side effects. The use of over-the-counter sleep medicines is not usually recommended for the treatment of insomnia.

Treatment for diagnosed chronic insomnia includes identifying and stopping (or reducing) behaviors that may worsen the condition, possibly using sleeping pills (although the long-term use of sleeping pills for chronic insomnia is controversial and should be a last resort), trying behavioral techniques to improve sleep, such as relaxation therapy, sleep restriction therapy, and reconditioning.

Relaxation Therapy

There are specific and effective techniques that can reduce or eliminate anxiety and body tension. As a result, the person’s mind is able to stop racing, the muscles can relax and restful sleep can occur. It usually takes much practice to learn these techniques and to achieve effective relaxation.

Sleep Restriction

Some people suffering from insomnia spend too much time in bed unsuccessfully trying to sleep. They may benefit from a sleep restriction program that at first allows only a few hours of sleep during the night and gradually increases the time until the person achieves a normal night’s sleep.


Another treatment that may help some people with insomnia is to recondition them to associate the bed and bedtime with sleep. For most people, this means not using their beds for any activities other than sleep and sex. As part of the reconditioning process, the person is usually advised to go to bed only when sleepy. If unable to fall asleep, the person is told to get up, stay up until sleepy and then return to bed. Throughout this process, the person should avoid naps and wake up and go to bed at the same time each day. Eventually the person’s body will be conditioned to associate the bed and bedtime with sleep.

Practice good sleep hygiene: Avoid using alcohol in the evening. Avoid caffeine for at least eight hours before bedtime. Quit smoking. Establish a regular bedtime, but don’t go to bed if you feel wide-awake. Avoid staying in bed for long periods of time while awake, or going to bed because of boredom. Exercise regularly, but not in the last two hours before going to bed. Sex can be a natural sleep inducer and helps some people. If these fail, you may want to ask you health care provider to recommend other options.

Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep:

Set a schedule:

Go to bed at a set time each night and get up at the same time each morning. Disrupting this schedule may lead to insomnia. Sleeping in on weekends also makes it harder to wake up early on Monday morning because it resets your sleep cycles for a later awakening.


Try to exercise 20 to 30 minutes a day. Daily exercise often helps people sleep, although a workout soon before bedtime may interfere with sleep. For maximum benefit, try to get your exercise about five to six hours before going to bed.

Avoid caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol:

Avoid drinks that contain caffeine, which acts as a stimulant and keeps people awake. Sources of caffeine include coffee, chocolate, soft drinks, non-herbal teas, diet drugs and some pain relievers. Smokers tend to sleep very lightly and often wake up in the early morning due to nicotine withdrawal. Alcohol robs people of deep sleep and REM sleep and keeps them in the lighter stages of sleep.

Relax before bed:

A warm bath, reading or another relaxing routine can make it easier to fall sleep. You can train yourself to associate certain restful activities with sleep and make them part of your bedtime ritual.

Sleep until sunlight:

If possible, wake up with the sun, or use very bright lights in the morning. Sunlight helps the body’s internal biological clock reset itself each day. Sleep experts recommend exposure to an hour of morning sunlight for people having problems falling asleep.

Don’t lie in bed awake:

If you can’t get to sleep, don’t just lie in bed. Do something else, like reading, watching television or listening to music, until you feel tired. The anxiety of being unable to fall asleep can actually contribute to insomnia.

Control your room temperature:

Maintain a comfortable temperature in the bedroom. Extreme temperatures may disrupt sleep or prevent you from falling asleep.

See a doctor if your sleeping problem continues:

If you have trouble falling asleep night after night, or if you always feel tired the next day, then you may have a sleep disorder and should see a physician. Your primary care physician may be able to help you; if not, you can probably find a sleep specialist at a major hospital near you. Most sleep disorders can be treated effectively.

Sleep research is expanding and attracting more and more attention. Researchers now know that sleep is an active and dynamic state that greatly influences our waking hours, and they realize that we must understand sleep to fully understand the brain. Innovative techniques, such as brain imaging, can now help researchers understand how different brain regions function during sleep and how different activities and disorders affect sleep. Understanding the factors that affect sleep in health and disease also may lead to revolutionary new therapies for sleep disorders and to ways of overcoming jet lag and the problems associated with shift work. We can expect these and many other benefits from research that will allow us to truly understand sleep’s impact on our lives.


Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Health : Healthy Juices

Here are some healthy tip for your smartness & physical fitness.

Prevention is better than cure. 

Carrot + Ginger + Apple -
 Boost and cleanse our system. 

Apple + Cucumber + Celery - 
Prevent cancer, reduce cholesterol, and eliminate stomach upset and headache. 

Tomato + Carrot + Apple
 - Improve skin complexion and eliminate bad breath.. 

Bitter gou rd + Apple + Milk
 - Avoid bad breath and reduce internal body heat. 

 + Ginger + Cucumber - Improve Skin texture and moisture and reduce body heat... &nb sp; 

Pineapple + Apple + Watermelon -
 To dispel excess salts, nourishes the bladder and kidney. 

Apple + Cucumber + Kiwi -
 To improve skin complexion. 

Pear & Banana
 - regulates s! ugar content... 

Carrot + Apple + Pear + Mango -
 Clear body heat, counteracts toxicity, decreased blood pressure and fight oxidization 

Honeydew + Grape + Watermelon + Milk
 - Rich in vitamin C + Vitamin B2 that increase cell activity and str engthen body immunity. 

Papaya + Pineapple + Milk
 Rich in vitamin C, E, Iron. Improve skin complexion and metabolism. 

Banana + Pineapple + Milk
 - Rich in vitamin with nutritious and prevent constipation 

Health : Very Very Important Tips

Answer the phone by LEFT ear.
Do not drink coffee
TWICE a day.
Do not take pills with
COOL water.
Do not have
HUGE meals after 5pm.
Reduce the amount of
OILY food you consume.
Drink more!
WATER in the morning, less at night.
Keep your distance from hand phone
Do not use hea! Dphones/earphone for
LONG period of time.
Best sleeping time is from
10pm at night to 6am in the morning.
Do not lie down immediately after taking
medicine before sleeping.
When battery is down to the
LAST grid/bar, do not answer the phone as the radiation is 1000 times.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

101 Tips to Help You Make Money Doing What You Love

  1. Cut Out TV Time – Instead of watching other people doing what they love (actors, athletes, etc.) while you sit on the couch, why not invest the time into becoming an Inspired Money Maker. The average US home has the TV on for over 3,000 hours per year. A 40 hour/week job is only 2,000 hours per year.
  2. Read “Think and Grow Rich”
  3. Have a Sense of Humor
  4. Be Yourself
  5. Don’t Hide Yourself – Be Accessible
  6. Visualize Your Goals Daily
  7. Have an Opinion
  8. Compliment People
  9. Stop Letting Fancy Sounding Coffee Steal Your Dreams – $5.50 coffee and snacks each day cost you $2,000/year. That could be invested into your Inspired Money Maker dreams instead. Use the money to start a business, purchase equipment, take courses, go to a seminars, etc.
  10. Learn to Listen
  11. Be a Simplifier, Not a Complicator
  12. Learn From Your Mistakes, But Don’t Be Afraid to Make Them
  13. Be Humble
  14. Read “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles
  15. Get Excited
  16. Be Original. Be Grateful. Be courageous.
  17. Be Unreasonable
  18. Stop Being Negative – Stop justifying that you’re just being realistic. See things as they really are, not worse than they are. Then, take it a step further and see things better than they are.
  19. Take Action
  20. Be Nice to People
  21. Create Your Own Luck
  22. Stop Pretending to be a Victim
  23. Don’t Worry What Others Think, That’s Their Business
  24. Learn to Master Your Habits
  25. Do Something New
  26. Use Affirmations Daily
  27. Beat the Odds – When you encounter an obstacle, realize that each obstacle you get through with your determination also eliminates 80% of your competition. Keep going, don’t give up and your odds will improve every step of the way.
  28. Just Do It
  29. Believe in Yourself – Nobody else is going to do it for you. Start now, in this moment.
  30. Don’t be Good, Don’t be Great, Be Outstanding
  31. Never Stop Growing
  32. Give to Get
  33. Plant Your Flag, Commit to the Inspired Money Maker Path
  34. Connect With Your Spirit Guides
  35. Don’t Talk Small About Yourself
  36. Avoid Bureaucracy
  37. Focus Your Energy
  38. Read Books
  39. Invest in the Tools You’ll Need – Stop being cheap and invest in the tools you may need to succeed.
  40. Have Integrity
  41. Always Be Creating Your Story
  42. Start an Idea Journal, Capture Everything
  43. Pay Attention to Your Dreams
  44. Assume You Won’t Live Forever, The Time To Do This is NOW
  45. Don’t Gossip, Network – Cut out wasted time gossiping on the phone with your friends. Instead, get your friends into making money doing what they love and then each hour you spend on the phone will be networking towards both of you growing your Inspired Money Maker ventures.
  46. Aim to Improve the Universe. Think Big
  47. Don’t Give Up
  48. Get a Psychic Reading
  49. Make it Fun
  50. Trust Your Gut – When it comes to logic vs intuition. Go with your gut, then justify it with logic later.
  51. Believe in Others
  52. Skip the Party, Work on Your Dreams Instead
  53. Challenge the Status Quo
  54. Learn a Positive Word Every Day
  55. Get Help Where Needed – Don’t try doing everything yourself. If you need web-design, hire a web designer. If you need logo design, hire a logo designer. If you need accounting done, hire an accountant. Try not to do too much yourself. Focus on what you love doing and find a way to monetize it.
  56. Instill Confidence in Others
  57. Email a Stranger, Propose a Win / Win Relationship
  58. Take Time to Relax
  59. Start a Blog and Document Your Journey
  60. Digg, Stumble, Bookmark this Post and Get 9,639 Universal Karma Points :)
  61. Model Successful People – Read biographies, books, Blogs. Study successful people. Find someone who’s already accomplished what you want to accomplish and model their beliefs, their behaviors etc.
  62. Replace Your Bathroom Reader with a Self-Help Book
  63. Take Two Weeks Off Work, Stay Home and Work on Your Inspired Money Maker Plans. Tell Everyone Else You’re Out of the Country.
  64. Repeat Your Affirmations In Your Head Until You Fall Asleep at Night
  65. Choose Financial Abundance, Stop Believing that Money is a Dirty Word
  66. Compete With Yourself, Not Others
  67. Smile and Make People Laugh
  68. Make and Carry Your Personal Business Cards
  69. Be Polite, But Don’t Be Afraid to Express Yourself Either
  70. Don’t Waste Time on Stupid Crap – Does your desk really need to be cleaned again this week? Do your books really need to be alphabetically arranged?
  71. Watch What People Do, Not What they Say They Do
  72. Help Someone Out
  73. Think “How Do I Increase My Income by $10,000” not “How Do I Cut Expenses by $100”
  74. Be Nice to Yourself
  75. Get Rid of Stinkin Thinkin – Stop the endless negative chatter in your mind. Re-focus your internal questions on the positive.
  76. Enjoy the Journey
  77. Network with People You Feel Comfortable With
  78. Don’t Use Your Kids as an Excuse
  79. Learn to Forgive – Stop wasting energy holding grudges. Forgiving someone is not the same as condoning whatever they did. It is simply letting go of the pent up negative energy inside you because it doesn’t serve you anymore. Let it go.
  80. Try Immersion Learning
  81. Find a Mentor / Coach, Don’t Let Lack of Money Be Your Excuse
  82. Give Referrals, Ask for Referrals
  83. Don’t Complain. Put the Violin Away. Nobody Wants to Hear It
  84. Stop Looking for Shortcuts. Steady Wins the Race.
  85. Share Your Success with Others
  86. Don’t Hang Around Negative People. Hang Out With Other Inspired Money Makers
  87. Buy Wrinkle Free Dress Pants – Saves you time on having to iron them
  88. Don’t Believe Your Excuses
  89. Write in a Journal
  90. Don’t Underestimate the Fear of Success
  91. Be Decisive
  92. Meditate
  93. Convert Your Car Into a Personal Development University – Turn off the Radio and Listen to Audio Courses and Seminars in the Car
  94. Hire Someone to Mow the Lawn, Work On Your Dreams Instead
  95. Sleep When You’re Dead – Stop sleeping 8-12 hours a day. Try 6 hours / night for 30 days and see how you feel. Most people sleep so much because they’re depressed about their life. Work on being an Inspired Money Maker and you won’t want to sleep.
  96. Use Law of Attraction
  97. Send Gifts to People
  98. Ask for What You Want – Erase the fantasy from your head that others should know what you want. Ask for what you want, always. Stop talking about what you didn’t get, and focus on what you want.
  99. Work on Your Communications Skills
  100. Have Patience – Everything won’t come all at once. Have the patience to trust that everything will come at it’s perfect time.
  101. Seek Answers Within