My Weight Lose Journey

I remember mentioning in my previous post that I am trying to lost weight. Its been my top priority in my to do list but because losing weight is too difficult compared on gaining weight. If you want to gain weight all you have to do is eat..eat.. and eat more.

Ganyan kadali mga momshies.

Four months ago I wieghed myself. The boyfriend keep on asking me to check how heavy I am. To my surprised I was 70 kls! Mga momshes I am only 5 feet. I felt like I am too fat na. So I have to take losing wieght seriously if I dont want to get too fat. I told the boyfriend that I should go to go gym. And he said yes, he also told me to stop eating rice. Pero mga momshies I cant really stop eating rice. Rice is like a super food for me. Hahaha… for sure madami ang nakakarelate sa akin.

But I manage not to eat rice for 3 days when I opted to try the military diet for 3 days.

1st day meal

2nd day meal

3rd day meal

I am thinking of doing it again this month because it is effective.

Two weeks ago I weighed my self again. I was very surprised because I am 63 kilos already. I have been going to the gym and eating less for more than three months. I know its not a lot but you have to take into consideration that a lot of mouthwatering foods was served on the table during the holiday season.

1st day at the gym

 

Recent photo

Spot the difference? I shall take a photo in the spot where I took the photo on the first day. Also apologize for the low quality of the photo, I am only using my phone camera in taking the picture.

5 Tips to renting a dumpster

No matter what you need it for, renting a dumpster can come in quite handy. Whether you are looking to hire a dumpster for your own personal use or for company business, it is important to do your research first. While it may seem quite easy to just rent any old dumpster, there are some things that you should keep in mind when looking for a reputable company that can offer roll-off dumpster service at a decent price. This article will provide some tips to help you in renting a dumpster for the first time.

1. Budget. Before you start to conduct research on which dumpster rental company you will contract out for the task at hand, it is critical that you establish a budget first. This will ensure that you don’t call dumpster companies blindly without knowing how much you can afford to spend. This will also give you a ballpark number to work with. For example, if you call company A and they offer you a dumpster rental service for a high price, you can say no and continue calling around. However, if you call company A and they offer you the dumpster service at a rate that seems fair, you can go ahead and book it on the spot. Make sure that you ask about deposits, gas, and other surcharges before making a commitment.

2. Ratings. Before you book with a dumpster rental company, make sure that you check out their reviews. Check Google reviews, or ask your friends and family if they have heard of the company. Reviews and ratings can be helpful when selecting a dumpster rental company as it may be what saves you from a bad experience.

3. Services. When you call a dumpster rental company, inquire about other services that they offer. You may find that they offer other services such as yard waste removal or cleaning out excess stuff on your behalf. YOu may be able to find a bundle deal which will save you a great deal of money as well as time.

4. Flexibility. When hiring a dumpster rental company, it is helpful if they have a flexible attitude. What we mean by this is that moving to a new home or building a new home can sometimes stray from the original timeline. It can be helpful if the dumpster company will allow you to change the length of the rental in the middle of the rental period without penalty if you need to do so.

5. Reliability. It is important to hire a dumpster rental company that you can rely on. It would be detrimental to rent a dumpster at a house that you just sold, only to hear from the new buyers that the dumpster is still sitting in the driveway after they moved in. This can be embarrassing and quite a nuisance for the new owners. You will want to work with a dumpster company that can commit to picking up waste on a set date.

Extending Your Home: Tips and Tricks

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It’s the time of year again where so many of us are planning to change the way our home looks. It could be that you are planning on painting the Home, buying some new appliances or even buying some new furniture. One of the ways you could change your home this year is to extend. It is an expensive project which will take up a lot of your time, but it can be a great way to add space and value or your home. Before you start though, here are some things to consider.

1. The ‘Right to Light’

When you are planning your extension you will need to bear in mind that your neighbours have the right to reject your plans for legal reasons. If your extension is going to block out the light which your neighbour has to their home, they are within their legal rights to say no. This means that you need to try and make sure that whatever you plan, you take the chance to ensure it doesn’t block anyone else’s light.

2. You Can Put A Shower Anywhere

One of the older requirements for building works used to be that a toilet and a shower had to be situated away from, any other room, with a lobby in between. However this is not a requirement anymore which means that if you want to add an extra toilet or shower to your home, you can put it wherever you like.

3. Ceiling Heights

Before you start to order in your ArmstrongSteel.com framework for the building, you need to be aware of the minimum ceiling heights for any room in the house. Ideally, every room should have a height of 2.1m from the floor to the ceiling.

4. Site Insurance

One of the things which many people don’t realise that they need for the building works is site insurance. When you are changing the structure of your home, the structure will not be covered by your home insurance. This means that any damage done to your property during the works will not be covered under your policy. To avoid this you can get site insurance which will cover everything until the building work is completed. It will give you the peace of mind you need.

5. Access To The Extension

One important thing to bear in mind you are building an extension is where you access point will be from the existing property. Unless you want to slice up an existing room and make it into a through room, you will need to create a corridor to access the space. It will save you wasting a room in your existing space.

6. Make Your Conservatory Part of The Home

Did you know that you can put heating and electricity into your conservatory? In fact, many people use their conservatory as an extra lounge area during the summer.  By having double doors from the conservatory into the rest of the home, you can leave these open to add that feeling of space to your living space.