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New Adventure

New beginnings are limitless. If you are young, you can choose to go to college or dive into the workforce. If you are old, you can go choose to continue working after retirement. One can choose to start or end marriages. The possibilities are endless. Anybody can start a new beginning however simple or drastic it may be. For as long as you are alive and breathing, you can start again! In my case, getting a bachelor's degree before I turn 50!

One thing about education is that you can go back to school regardless of budget and wrinkles, and one would wonder why I need it in my life? Simple answer--self-completion! I wish I earned my degree at a younger age, but unfortunately, I have not. So, I enrolled at a university and class starts next week. I will probably grumble about the number of papers to write for the entire semester, but I will do it. I am aiming for A, but a B+ will suffice.

This will be a challenge for me since I work full-time and I have a family, but I will see it…
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post from Divatress but all opinions are mine.

Have you ever looked at somebody else's hair and wished that you could have the same? I have! I always have long, fine, straight hair and yes, not to brag but a lot of people like my hair but to be honest, it needs more volume and more body.

I have always been jealous of my cousin's hair. She always have that full hair with the right amount of volume and wave and I thought it was always the hair I really wanted. I have tried going to the hair salon and had my hair curled  but I didn't know how to take care of it so it didn't come out great, so I accepted my fate--I will have this plain straight hair with not enough volume and body.

Fortunately there are beautiful half wigs that I can rock on during special occasions. They have tons of wigs to choose from short, straight, curly, or those amazing weaves. You can choose from real human hair, synthetic, or human hair blend. You can create your o…


My heart was broken on February 4, 2018. My Patriots lost to the Eagles, and it hurt more than any break-ups I ever had in my entire life. It was like Icarus getting closer to the sun only to be defeated. I know, it is quite pathetic to say but I have to tell you that it took a while for me to understand football much less like it.

What made me like football? I guess it was the spirit of football fans during the season. Everybody (well almost everybody) seem to have that electric excitement during football season—may it be college or professional. The loyalty to team spirit despite of losses and coldness. It is fun to learn about superbowl parties and tailgates, the banters, and the overall charge of happiness when their favorite team play.

What made me like the Patriots? It’s all about following my instinct of likeness to something. I have tried watching different teams such as Broncos, Titans, and even Chargers when I was still living in San Diego, but they never caught my interest…