Oct 29, 2011

The Best Service

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I have never tried using a planned phone before and for many years I’ve been a prepaid user. I don’t like the thought of receiving monthly phone bills, wherein I am obligated to go to their office to pay my monthly dues. And if I cannot do it on time, I will be penalized by charging me additional fee. Unlike with prepaid where I have nothing to worry about. However, there are also disadvantages, for if I ran out of load, I can’t call,and I can’t also text. And I need to go out of my way just to load my phone.

But when I’ve heard about Net10 Unlimited, I got quite interested. For only $50 a month, I can avail their unlimited talk and text. They don’t even require me to sign a contract and I will get no surprise bills. What attracts me also is that they use trusted brands of phones. And should I decide to switch with my plan, I can do so without any additional fees or penalties. This way, I can easily contact my daughter at school or my husband at the office and I get to enjoy calling my relatives living abroad, too.

I am actually convinced of what they offer especially after listening to What Rob has to say in his video. He is a Real NET10 customer who was very satisfied with the services rendered to him.

To know more about Real NET10, you can check them out at their twitter account at http://twitter.com/#!/Net10_Wireless or at their facebook account https://www.facebook.com/NET10Wireless.

You can also watch the video below to listen another testimony from a Real NET10 customer:

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Oct 27, 2011


Sorry, been M.I.A lately. I was busy doing other things and I don't want to post any rantings this time, I need positive vibes, hehe :D

There's no exciting things to share anyway and so far, life at home is okay. My kid's having her break from school and as usual, I do my daily chores at home. In fact, I have tons of clothes to iron but am so damn tired to do it I'd better procrastinate again and again, hehe. I'm planning to do it tomorrow, haha.

My MIL suggested that I hire now a maid to do things for me but I can't stand them anymore. So fed up adjusting to them and teaching them what to do and the next few days, they would either leave or we'll kick them out for the mess they do. It's peaceful at home now that I don't have a maid. Although at times, it's nice to let other people do things for you but if they're a pain in the ass, then I don't need them..

Life's been okay lately here... so far, so good and I won't trade it for something that will give me a headache ;-)

Oct 9, 2011

Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness

My dad died of maxillary cancer ten years ago and a family friend died of breast cancer. I knew some people who are battling over this disease and I was so glad that some of them survived. I know it wasn't easy on their part because they were dealing this ordeal not knowing what lies ahead. And I am here only to support this cause, hoping that most of us, if not all, will be spared by being health conscious and live a productive life.

If you want to support this campaign, you can do so by promoting this awareness. Together, we can use breast cancer awareness products that I found online. Lapel pins, rubber bracelets, pink ribbon chains or even pink caps are available at their site so just choose which one you like best. And if you are also supporting other awareness, they also have it so just feel free to browse.

Let us spread this awareness in honor of our family and friends who are fighting for this disease. It may be just a small way of helping them but perhaps we can save a lot of lives by just supporting this cause.

Oct 8, 2011

I Support Breast Cancer Awareness!

The owner of this blog highly supports this campaign:

Breast Cancer Awareness

October is the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month but am supporting this campaign all throughout the months and the years to come. Together let's fight this disease by being health conscious. The best cure is prevention so we must live a healthy lifestyle and don't forget to pray!