The 10,000 hour rule is a theory that states that it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. According to aficionados of this rule the common factor of the amount of time we practice in a particular skill within any area of study which is about 90 minutes per day for 20 years of practice. […]…Read more Nice Read about Skills!
I even retained a couple of back issues of the New Yorker from May 30,2011 to April 2,2012. My sole purpose is to read some of her favorite articles when I have time to visit her. She is now eighty-eight years old. Last weekend, while vacationing in Zambales I read a kindle ebook about "Tea for Two-An Interview with John Updike" by Simon Werrell
Really appreciate this Middle Me! Source: Freelance Writer vs Blogger
Took a picture of the Yacht Club in Subic Base Special Economic Zone while the vehicle was running at 40 miles per hour. It was more of a split second decision for me to take it or loose the picture. The funny thing is I used an old Blackberry Curve 9700 as a makeshift camera. …Read more Opportunities and Moments
Source: The Gifts of Writing a Memoir
It all started two years ago when I decided to set up a Face book Group called the University of the East Martial Art Club or UEMAC for short. It is an organization of students and professionals who practice different Martial Arts such as Karate, Arnis de mano, Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Kempo, Hapkido and others…Read more Social Media, Blogging and Martial Arts
Why do I Blog? I was mesmerized while listening to the song of the Beatles “Tomorrow Never Knows* ” The Month of November finally kicking in and the United States Presidential Race is almost over. It all started with my son’s pet “P’tinciana”,my son’s female Alaskan Malamute or Siberian Husky. She seemed to be…Read more Why I Blog?