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Pregnancy Tips

admin / November 23, 2010

These are few dos and don’ts during the miracle moment, pregnancy. I could still remember the moment when the doctor tell  me that “you are pregnant”! Enjoy……        

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Parenting Magazine

See the picture? It is actually a parenting magazine that I got after becoming a member of this one club. This is not my first FREE magazine actually. I love this kind of magazine, not too thick but full of useful information especially ob how to raise children. I love ‘What’s New” section or page. This time there are reviews…

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Educational Toys

admin / February 19, 2010

For generations, the words ‘educational toys’ have caused children everywhere to step back with a disapprovingly raised eyebrow and the firm belief that such toys can’t possibly be fun. Luckily, finding good kids’ toys that pull double duty to be both fun and educational isn’t nearly as hard as it used to be. With all the creative and innovative learning…

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Phrasal Verbs

admin / February 2, 2010

There are too many phrasal verbs in English. These are few that I’ve discovered in my previous reading:- wrap up – to finish We need to wrap up this project by the end of the day. drop by – to visit Please drop by my place on your way home from work. swing by – drop by, stop by I…

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Do you enjoy cooking?

admin / January 1, 2010

I do not enjoy cooking in the slightest. I’m a terrible cook and I will eat anything so I have absolutely no motivation to cook. Don’t get me wrong, that is not my answer actually. That is what my friend replied when I asked her the question. Well, my answer would be; Yes, I do enjoy cooking! I really enjoy…

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Angsty

admin / December 9, 2009

The word angst, meaning neurotic fear, anxiety, guilt or remorse comes from German, but has been used in English since the 1940s. It comes from the same root as the word anger, and was originally popularised in English through translations of the work of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. The word has more recently adapted however, and now teenagers are much more…

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