Natural Arthritis Relief

If you suffer from the pain of arthritis, there are some natural options that you can try if you don’t want to deal with the prescriptions from a doctor. Products like Reiki healing touch are made with all natural ingredients so that the product works with your body instead of making you feel tired. Many of the natural products are made of herbal supplements, making them easy to combine with other medications that you might need to take on a daily basis.

Dandelion leaves are an option if you want something that is grown in your home. They help in relieving the pain and inflammation. The leaves also help in healing tissue that might be damaged. Soaking in a tub of hot water or taking some kind of water therapy class can also help with arthritis. When you combine natural supplements with water therapy, you will usually get a better result than if you were to use only one kind of treatment. If you enjoy cherries, then you will be pleased to know that they can decrease the inflammation in the body. When you try natural supplements, you might need to try more than one thing so that you find the right product to use.

Searching for Online Jobs

Two days ago I submitted my documents for my application for Provincial Nominee program, a pre-requisite to become a permanent resident here in Canada.  So what’s the next? And Why I am searching for a job online?

Canada immigration established a four-year “cumulative duration” limit for Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW) and it started last April 1, 2011. Unfortunately, I am affected with this program. And with all the issues about TFW and stricter policy my chance of getting my residency paper is low to impossible. But I am grabbing the opportunity, who knows there might be changes that will favor me.

To be honest, if I only knew about this program probably I didn’t pursue my application to Canada. But looking on the brighter side at least I experience the beautiful life in this winter wonderland.

However, I need a plan B. Ten months to go and I might say goodbye Canada and hello Philippines for good. I am fine with it but at the same time scared of my future. I know getting job is so hard in Philippines, I’ve been in that situation. Not to mention there is discrimination of age. And besides I can’t see myself wearing office attire and bringing folder with resumes, waiting for interview etc… etc… and competing with young fresh graduates.

Two things that I consider now is home-based job and business. For the latter I am still brainstorming on the kind of business that I am going to venture. I know it’s risky and I don’t want to waste my hard-earned money.

With the home-based job, my blogs are earning but not much. I admit I didn’t put much effort on my blogs. I wish I could earn as much as $1000 like other bloggers. With the fluctuating earnings in blogging I can’t totally depend on it. Thus, I need to look for other job online. I know some of my friends who become a successful freelancers. Crossing my fingers hope I’ll find one.

Never Ever Give Up by Erik Rees

Never Ever Give Up is an inspiring story of Jessica Rees who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor at age eleven, but chose not to focus on herself but on bringing hope, joy and love to other children suffering from cancer.

Even though Jessie lost her battle after 10 months of struggling from Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), her Joy Jars and her message – “Never Ever Give Up” reach and touch thousands of people across the globe up to this present.

Never Ever Give Up by Erik Rees


Erik Rees author of this book and father of Jessie, courageously written the details of their fight of Jessie’s illness. Their melancholic experience is not something that any parents would like to remember but Jessie’s act of kindness is worth sharing. I like the fact that Erik, as the author, also emphasized about his wife’s courage, care and patience as they faced the battle.

Erik wrote the book that will make a reader empathize what they went through. I honestly regretted why I read the first chapter before bedtime, coz truly I feel the pain that they felt, let alone the chapter when Jessie lose the battle.

Jessie delivered a simple message yet very compelling especially that today’s generation people get easily depress – “Never Ever Give Up”.

The book ended up with a challenge from the author:

“Use your gifts and passion to guide you to do good, and you will live a blessed life. Keep hope alive in your heart, and help other do the same.”


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