Friday, October 29, 2010

Staying Healthy and Bonding Through Tennis

Authored by Rickey Combs

My husband and I have been spending a lot of time playing tennis at the park lately. It's a great workout, and we both really love the sport. We recently invested in a nice set of professional rackets, and picked up a few new canisters of balls as well. Usually, we'll go to play at least twice a week, but sometimes we're able to make it three or four different days.

When we're ready to go play tennis, we pack the car, set our home security alarm from, and drive to the nearest park. He likes to warm up on the backboards for about twenty minutes before we start our match, while I prefer to take a quick jog around the park. After we're both stretched and ready to play, we choose a court and begin the set. We both enjoy that our matches are usually pretty even, and that we play at about the same level. Though we're certainly not professionals by any means, we like to think that we can each hold our own pretty well, and usually have several good volleys.

I'm really glad that we picked up the sport, and purchased our rackets, because I can already feel myself getting more into shape from playing tennis. It keeps us both active and healthy, and also gives us something fun to do together.

100 Welders Needed for Canada

Good news to all welders out there. Sotec International Enterprises, Inc. announced recently that they need 100 welders for Ontario, Canada. The applicant has to be male who is 20-45 years old. He must have acquired related experience for at least 3 years.

Interview schedule will be from October 22 to November 3, 2010. For those who are interested, one may apply at their office at the address listed below:

Sotec International Enterprises, inc.
7467 B. Bagtikan St. San Antonio
Makati City
Telephone Number: (02) 897-4041 to 42

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Dancing With New Stars

Guest post by Quincy Lester

Dancing With the Stars has returned again and I viewed the premier via satellite tv. The show is becoming a bit repetitive and the only thing to look forward to are the celebrities. This year Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol is the hook that gets people to watch the show.

Last season the hook was Tom DeLay the former Republican congressman from Texas. His being controversial was the reason they put him on. His bad legs forced him to leave early. After that I watched the show but it came down a notch in my list of favorite shows. This is because you saw from the beginning that Tom DeLay was already complaining of a broken bone is his foot and would not last. It seemed like a contrived way of getting him off the show.

Dancing with the Stars is a reality show that can be stomached, because the people actually have to do something substantial. In this case to learn dance steps each week. It is hard work but they are well compensated. The stars seem to get $35,000 for their effort. Many of the contestants are washed out from their earlier careers and are attempting to make comebacks.

I will stick with this show this season. However, there are no promises for next season.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Keys to the Best Tailgating Experience

This guest post from Doris Dillon

Each fall, as the seasons begin to change and college and professional football get underway, millions of people head to parking lots near stadiums to tailgate. While tailgating can take place before any concert or sporting event, the passion and vibe is unmatched when compared to Big Ten and NFL football games.

My personal favorite tailgating experience always revolves around food and beer. While a great tailgate can be expensive, there are ways to cut costs on the cost of both those items. While some people like to grill expensive items, such as ribs and steak, preparing more affordable items such as hamburgers and hotdogs can be done at a much more affordable price and still be enjoyed just as much as anything else. To save money on the price of beer, you could look into splitting a keg with a group of friends as opposed to buying cans or bottle. However, prior to brining in a keg and a grill, be sure that the parking lot you are tailgating at does not restrict any of those items.

While tailgating can be a great experience, the amount of time you are away from your home can add up quickly. Between commuting to and from the stadium, tailgating, and going to the game, your total time commitment could easily top 8 hours. Because of this, it is important that you set your home security alarm prior to going tailgating(CLICK NOW for more information on home security alarms).

30 Licensed Practical Nurse Needed for Canada

Asahi International Manpower Corporation with office address at Room 603-607 & 610,L&S Bldg. 1414 Roxas Boulevard, Ermita, Manila Manila, Metro Manila, has announced its current opening for 30 Licensed Practical Nurse for Canada. The applicant should be between 20 to 35 years old, can be male or female and should have at least completed a Bachelor's Degree. Relevant experience of at least 4 years is necessary.

Those who are Graduate Nursing Assistants, RNAs, RPNs, certified Nursing assistant and Surgical Nursing Assistant can apply. Qualified applicants may send their updated comprehensive resume to and will be called if they qualify.