Friday, January 29, 2010
Color Coordinator for the wedding(Hiii ni kwa maharusi woote wa mwaka huu rangi ndio hiziiii, na inakuonyesha jinsi ya kuzichanganya)
Nimesoma maoni yenu, na mmejitahidi kunisaidia kuelimisha jamiii, ni kweli kabla huja kwenda kununua vitu vilivyoisha ni lazima ufanye stock taking ujue ni vipi vipo na vipi vimekwisha, na hii itakusaidia kununua vitu kwa budget pia. Mtakubaliana nami kuwa kadri siku zinavyokwenda ndivyo unavyotakiwa kufanya vitu kwa budget.
Hii itakusaidia sana kununua vitu ambavyo sio vya muhimu kwa muda huo, na pia utakuwa unaweza kuwa na akiba kwenye account yako.
Hii ni list ya kujaza kabla ya kwenda kununua, itawasaidia sana na haitakupotezea muda kwani ukisha ijaza utajua ni wapi kitu fulani kinapatikana wapi, hivyo utaokoa pesa na muda pia.
Nawashukuru wote kwa kuchangia mada.( Kwa mtakao hitaji list hii pls nitumieni email address zenu nami nitawatumia list hii. Itawasaidia sana)
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Haya kama kawa tunakaribisha mawazo juu ya logo hii.
- It’s a cheeseburger, not a cud.
In other words, don’t chew like a cow. Your mouth should be closed, and we shouldn’t be able to hear any distinct slurping noises. Try to keep things from popping out as you eat, as well.
- Slow down, Speed Racer.
It’s not a race. I dated someone who used to chew his food so quickly I could hear his teeth clanking together. It was ridiculous and it always made me feel like I had to hurry up and finish, because he was always in quick-mode. Please don’t do this.
- Don’t pick your food apart to the point it becomes a distraction.
So they stuck a few pickles on your burger, and you happen to hate pickles. So fine, take them off – subtly. But if they sent you a sesame seed bun and you hate sesame seeds, please don’t sit there and pick them all off. Just send the thing back and ask for a different bun.
- Don’t talk with your mouth full.
This one should be obvious, but there are men who do this. If you have something utterly important to say, at least cover your mouth with a napkin while you do it.
- Don’t spit anything out onto your plate.
Yeah, I know, obvious. Well, I’ve been on dates where men have spit things out into their napkins and then plopped it onto their plates. To be sure, I’ve dated some classy men! Make sure you’re classier!
- Use your napkin – and keep it on your lap.
Wipe your mouth periodically, whether you think you need it or not. I cannot tell you how difficult it is to pretend you don’t see sauce on someone’s face – and it’s just as unpleasant having to embarrass someone about it! It’s much easier if you just do this one on your own. Also, don’t wipe your mouth and then crumple it up and chuck it on the table. Keep it folded across your lap.
These are just the basics, and some of you will think them commonplace. Unfortunately, there are men (and women) out there who don’t realize how disgusting some of this can be. If you’re on your first date, do yourself a favor and don’t ignore this list, because she will not ignore your bad m
Ilipofika saa moja kamili, ilikuwa ni muda wa taarifa ya habari, nikasikiliza weeee kama kawaida yangu, jamani nilisikia kuwa kuna pedi za always feki. Lol moyo ulifanya paaahhhhh.
Habari ilisomwa hivi..... najitahidi kunukuuuuu
Jangwani, kulikuwa na malori yanashusha mizigo kutoka kwenye lori na kuingiza kwenye gari lingine, ila kulikuwa na watu na waliwastukia na kutoa taarifa polisi.
Polisi walipofika pale waliuliza mwenye mali na akatokea muhindi na walipokagua mzigo wakakuta ni ALWAYS FEKI, muhindi akaulizwa kazitoa wapi akasema kanunua kwa ajenti Arusha.
Walipofuatilia ajenti huyo hawakumkuta, alikimbia, na wakaangalia kwenye ghala wakakuta pedi 8,000 aina ya always na zote ni feki.
Jamani wanawake wenzangu tutapona kweli???????????????????
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Why meditate?People have used meditation to help treat a number of problems, including:,
- Anxiety, stress and depression
- Addictive behaviors, such as using drugs, nicotine, and alcohol.
Meditation may help with these problems, but it doesn't take the place of treatment you receive from a doctor.
One of the great things about meditation is that you can do it on your own whenever you want, and it may help you relax and feel better. Also, you don't need any special tools or equipment to practice meditation.
Learning how to be aware of the present moment in meditation may keep your mind sharp and help you focus better in other areas of life as well. For example, you may be able to react faster to road conditions when you drive if you focus solely on driving, rather than being distracted by talking, thinking about other things, or listening to the radio.
Test Your Knowledge
- I can use meditation to help treat some health problems.
The answer is correct
Meditation does not take the place of treatment from a doctor, but it may help with anxiety, stress, depression, pain, and addiction.
The answer is incorrectMeditation does not take the place of treatment from a doctor, but it may help with anxiety, stress, depression, pain, and addiction
Organize Your Dining Room
The Formal Dining Room
Don't let your formal dining room become an out-of-sight-out-of-mind clutter trap. Just because the room is not used very often does not mean that you should use it for a storage room.
Get into the habit of putting items where they belong, instead of just tossing them into the dining room. Do not let things pile up in your dining room.
Also, you will need to recognize problems and find solutions. For example, if you read the newspaper at your dining room table, you might have a pile of newspapers on your dining room floor. A solution might be to place a decorative recycle bin nearby to keep your newspaper pile under control.
Dining room storage can also become a clutter hazard. If your dining room cabinet has become overstuffed and unsightly, here are a few tips to keep it organized.
· Do not overstuff the display area - this will only make the cabinet look messy which will translate into your dining room looking messy. Reserve the display area for your favorite pieces. Store the remainder of your dinnerware in the cabinets or drawers.
· Store tablecloths, placemats and table runners neatly in drawers or in baskets inside cabinets. If you have napkins and napkin rings that coordinate with a particular tablecloth, keep the sets together in zippered plastic bags like the ones new sheet sets come in.
Helpful Tip: If you have a closet in or near your dining room, store your tablecloths on hangers. If you iron them, fold them neatly and hang them over a wide-barrel hanger after each use they can go straight from the hanger to the table.
As long as you remove the clutter from your formal dining room you should be able to easily keep this room clean. Simply go through it at least once per week and follow the steps listed above for a thorough cleaning.
Organize Your Dining Room
The Casual Dining Room
If you use your dining room on a more casual, daily basis, it can get cluttered fairly easily.
Your kids might do their homework at the table and leave their books and papers spread out. You may use the table to read the newspaper and then stash it in a pile in the corner when you are done.
Any flat surface is a prime suspect for gathering clutter, so the focus of organizing the casual dining room is going to be on the dining room table.
Determine the ways in which you use your dining room table and then establish some rules to keep it clean.
· If your kids use the table for homework, make a rule that all books and papers must be returned to their book bags when they are done.
· If you use the dining room table for reading the newspaper, keep a newspaper basket in the dining room to place the papers in when you are done. When the basket gets full recycle the newspapers.
· If you use your table for paying bills or doing paper work, keep the necessary papers in a tray that can easily be stored away in a nearby drawer when you are done.
Creating simple solutions to keeping your dining room free from clutter will make it a more enjoyable room to be in.
Be sure to keep your casual dining room clean too. Follow the steps above for a thorough cleaning at least once per week.
No matter how you use it, free your dining room from clutter, keep it clean and organized and enjoy using it for its intended purpose - to enjoy wonderful meals with your family.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Whether it is used once a year or every day, learn how to organize your dining room so you can actually use it for dining.
A common issue in many households is that the dining room becomes an all-purpose room...kids use it for doing homework, parents use it for reading the newspaper, and because the table is such a large, flat surface it is a definite clutter magnet.
It is time to take back your dining room! Let me show you how to declutter, clean and organize your dining room so your family can use it for its intended purpose...to enjoy family meals together.
Organize Your Dining Room
As with organizing any room, the first step will be to declutter your dining room. Start by removing everything from the room that is not used for dining. If these items belong in another room in the house, bring them to the room where they belong. If they are unwanted items, bring them to clutter central
Organize Your Dining Room
The Clean Sweep
Now that you have all of the clutter out of the way, give your dining room a thorough cleaning:
Vacuum thoroughly or wash the floors.
Empty the china cabinet and wipe down all the shelves, drawers and cabinets.
Helpful Tip: When you have found the perfect arrangement for your china cabinet, take a picture of it. When you empty it to clean it, you can refer to the picture to put things back exactly the way you had them.
Wash the windows.
Put window curtains in the dryer to remove dust.
Wash the light fixture.
Wipe down the table and chairs.
Clean all decorative items you have decided to keep in the room.
Now that you have decluttered, cleaned and organized your dining room, it's time for some simple maintenance to help you keep it that way. How you maintain your dining room really depends on how you use it. Following are tips for both a formal dining room and a casual dining room.
Monday, January 25, 2010
wengi, na watoto, so ilibidi tugawanye ndio maana nimesema inabidi ujuwe ni idadi ya watu watakokuja , ili uwe na mahesabu kamili, ya kila kitu, so naamini kila mtu anaweza kuwa na kupanga na na ndugu, majirani, au watoto. inategemea na dhumuni la party yako, so enjoy nawapendeni wote, mkaa salama..
Friday, January 22, 2010
..Mind your manners..
Sit up straight. Keep your elbows off the table. Don't talk with food in your mouth. Never eat with your fingers. If you think table manners are a pain today, you should have been around just a few decades ago when the old adage "children should be seen and not heard" was the rule. The problem extends, however, into the twenty first century world of fast foods and hectic schedules. Even though you haven't been taught them, somehow you're still supposed to be learned about matters of etiquette.
Beinggirl decided to clear up some of the confusion by supplying a few facts about the formal manners business. Why bother with a bunch of hoity-toity rules someone else created a long time ago? Because manners, wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson, are the happy ways of doing things. Rules were meant to make the experience of dining pleasant, thoughtful and tidy. If the disapproval of the etiquette cops in your life makes you feel uncomfortable, look over these facts.
if you are invited to a dinner where your knowledge of table manners is being tested, remember:
- Don't start to eat before the hostess begins her meal.
- Never dip bread into the remnants of gravy, sauce, or soup. You may, however, place the bread in the fluid and then cut it with a knife and fork.
- While we're discussing bread, only butter that section of bread you're going to eat in the next bite. Tear the bread with your hands, not your teeth.
- Whether you cut spaghetti with a knife or not, never let it dangle off the fork and never slurp it up.
- Never dip your tortilla chip into a communal bowl of salsa. Pour a portion of any sauce onto your place and dip from there.
- Guide your soup spoon away from the body. Then center it over the bowl to let drippings fall before bringing the spoon to your mouth.
- You may place your elbows on the table between courses.
- If you drop a utensil on the floor, ignore it.
- You should always taste food before adding salt or pepper.
- If you are eating with someone who has a piece of spinach between his teeth, do you tell him? Yup, it's kinder than saying nothing, since the problem is so easily solved.
- If you're eating a piece of meat that has a serious bone, and there's still meat on that bone, and you can't cut it with a knife, can you pick it up? A qualified yes but leave a bit of meat on the bone. Tearing it up in company is a no-no.
- And if you're ever asked to set a table, here are the easy to remember rules for utensil placement. Those with five letters...knife, spoon, glass...go on the right (also five letters). The fork, which is the only utensil with four letters, goes on the left (also four letters).