Have you ever wondered why receipts fade? I’m not talking about the chemical explanation, but why is it the norm to print something that fades easily? A receipt is a records of a business transaction, and in a lot of cases, keeping a record of this information is important. A receipt is submitted to health insurance providers, it is needed in order to cash in on supermarket allowances and other perks that employers provide, and it can even serve as evidence in a criminal investigation.
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Posted in Health, Today I Learned, tagged disorder, Disorders, eat, eating, Eating disorder, eating healthy food, emotional turbulence, food, Health, healthy-living, mental-health, orthorexia, Orthorexia nervosa, Summit Media, today I learned, weight-loss, Women's Health, Women's Health Magazine on May 16, 2012 | 2 Comments »
When I was reading Women’s Health September 2011 issue, the article “When Good Eating Goes Bad” by Mary Rani M. Cadiz caught my attention. It talks about orthorexia, which is an eating disorder that compels a person to be overly obsessed about eating healthy food. Weird right? How can eating healthy food be unhealthy?
Posted in Today I Learned, tagged art, beauty queen, Dali, Filipino, Filipino people, Gala Dalí, margie moran, pageant, Paint, painter, painting, Persistence of Memory, Philippines, preview magazine, Salvador Dalí, Summit Media, weird on April 9, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Today I Learned, tagged business, Facebook, Filipino, flower, garden, gardening, gardening tips, gma news, health magazine, interesting, paper, paper pulp, Paper recycling, paperpod seedpaper, Philippines, plant, Plastic bag, Pulp and Paper, Recycling, seedpaper, snapdragon, tip, tips, today I learned, Women's Health on February 25, 2012 | 2 Comments »
When I was reading Women’s Health Magazine (September 2011 issue) there was a small write up entitled “Plant-a-paper,” which talked about paperpod seedpaper. It’s recycled paper with a twist. Enmeshed within the sheet of recycled paper pulp are actual seeds that you can grow. After writing on the paper, don’t throw it in the trashcan, throw it in your garden, and use it to grow different plants. So far here are the things that I’ve learned about seedpaper:
Posted in Today I Learned, tagged Ant Tribe, audio recording, China, chinese, comedy, crush-crush tribe, debate, Economist, frustration, fun, Funny, Instant noodles, noodles, supermarkets, tribe, tribes, weird, weird fact on February 10, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
*Note: If Filipino words are used, they are translated below
I was listening to the audio recording of The Economist when I came across an article entitled, Ant Tribes and Mortgage Slaves. The article talked about Chinese tribes, and of all the tribes mentioned, the most memorable one was the crush-crush tribe.