How to find the right family car for you

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When traveling with your family, it is important that you and your family member will not enjoy the beauty of traveling but also the comfort while in motion. Therefore, traveling with you own family car is the best option you can make. Below, we are giving you some tips on how to find the right family car for you.



Set a Budget – in everything that you will buy, it is important that you have set a specific budget for it. In this way, you will not go way beyond what you can afford. When talking about family car, we are talking about more space, more seats, more comfort and of course, more money to spend. It is important that you shop around car dealers online like for example in Cars.com where you can browse both new and used cars according to price, make, size and more.

Check car features and safety – since you are buying a car for your family, it is important that you have created a checklist of what is important for you and your family when it comes to car comfort and safety. Make sure to check if the car you consider buying has all the features you need.  


Test Drive – make a habit to test drive every car you consider buying. Reviews online are good but it is way different if you will experience it yourself.

Browsing now a snap as Converge powers Ayala Alabang with pure fiber Internet



 
Brgy. Captain Ruben Baes and his staff with Converge Officers.



Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. announced today that it entered into an agreement with Barangay Ayala Alabang and Ayala Alabang Village Association (AAVA) to install underground pure fiber optic cables capable of providing Internet connectivity to village residents.

Under the agreement, Converge will install pure-fiber optic cables within Ayala Alabang’s premises. Converge assures the barangay and AAVA that activities will not be disruptive.. This is made possible via the latest “microtrenching” technology that is used by Converge in laying micro-thin fiber-optic cables that will deliver super-fast Internet connectivity.

The installation of the fiber-optic facility at Ayala Alabang will allow residents  and small and medium-sized and even large enterprises operating in the area to enjoy faster connectivity to the Internet and with absolutely no “data cap.”

Among the products offered by Converge include FiberX—FiberX 1500 with a burstable speed of up to 25Mbps for only P1,500 subscription fee per month; FiberX 2500 with speeds of up to 50Mbps for only P2,500 a month, and FiberX 3500 of up to 100Mbps connectivity for only P3,500 per month. There is also the Ibiz plan that starts at P4,000, inclusive of other freebies and benefits, and other data services.

Using pure end-to-end fiber technology that’s light years better than traditional Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Converge FiberX and Ibiz Internet subscription plans provide better speed, larger bandwidth and consistent outstanding performance. Many residents and businesses in areas such as Mandaluyong, Makati, Quezon City, Valenzuela, Las PiƱas and Muntinlupa, to name a few, including some areas south of Manila such as Batangas and Cavite are already enjoying Converge’s fiber-optic Internet connectivity offerings.

For more about FiberX, visit www.convergeict.com.

Asian Inspired Home Interior Design Ideas

Asian desired houses are now gaining attention worldwide an so as Asian home decors, home furniture pieces and similar items to create a lovely and refreshing Asian Inspired Interior designed home. Below are some of the Asian Inspired Home Interior Design Ideas I can share you are as just like you, I also love those kind of interior design pieces.

Asian Inspired Wall Backdrop - Asian inspired decors are known to have the earth colors mimicking the colors of landscapes. Therefore, if you are into creating an Asian inspired interior design, you should go for neutral colors like cream, white, light blues and similar colors representing nature.


Gorgeous Asian theme bedroom with contemporary style


NOVUHAIR SUMMER HAIR CARE TIPS



Heading to the beach may be the most exciting part of summer. It is almost always part of the itinerary this season for most people. Others prefer to give in to their adrenaline rush climbing that mountain slope or just about anything that gets you that summer tan to fit in the crowd.

Did you know that spending extended hours under the extreme summer sun can pose serious danger to your hair and scalp? The same UV rays that brings damage to your skin without proper protection can equally hurt your hair and scalp.
 
Below are some of the problems your hair can encounter during the season:

 ·       Split-Ends - UV rays and extreme high temperature can take their toll on your strands. The heat drains the moisture of your hair out causing breakage. 
·         Double Trouble – Rebonded or permed hair needs extra attention as high temperature well as humidity disrupts the cuticle breaking some of the chemical bonds that keep the hair straight or curls and roughing up the cuticle, taking away shine and smoothness.
·         Scalp problem – Scalp may also get sun-burned if you don’t use cover-ups for your head.
·         Grease problem – Summer sun and humidity can bring extra grease on your hair, leaving it vulnerable to damage.
·         Chlorine Stress – Swimming in the pool subjects your hair to chlorine.  The outer layers of the cuticle of the hair opens up when you swim and chlorinated water seeps into the center of the hair thus making your hair more brittle.
·         Excessive Salt Water – Salt water can cause the same damage as chlorinated ones. Salt water dries on the hair it creates a high-saline solution which can build up and cause hair to feel dry, weighed
down and hard to manage.



  

Sew Your Own DIY Mei Tai Baby Carrier

I have been wanting to sew my own Mei Tai baby carrier. I started with my no sew Baby Wrap and my then newborn benefits it a lot and even my then 3 years old toddler. Last Holy Week I planned of sewing one to be used for our Visita Iglesia. However, to my surprise, I ran out of time but luckily I was able to sew one for Easter Sunday.

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