My aunt who lives in Canada told me something about the state of public health in the said country. She told me that Canadian citizens can be arrested for refusing to undergo regular medical checkup or refusing to have their disease treated. Boy, how I wish that the Philippine government has a similar policy. With the inadequacy of public medical services, mandatory checkup or treatment is far from practical. However, various local groups do their share to make the public aware of the benefits of prevention and, of course,of cure. One of those groups is Bravehearts which advocates for cervical cancer prevention. The modern corporate women are now breaking the glass ceilings and walls. So, it is logical for them to be healthy enough in order to be continuously empowered in the corporate scene. It’s a fight. Yes, against men. And against cervical cancer too.
Watching factual channels is my favorite late night Bridge To Dreamland activity–aside from personifying Midnight Snack, of course. Feeding your mind with all those pieces of knowledge that I obviously cannot get from the professional industry I’m in either renews my perspective on a specific subject or installs new badass information on my gray hard drive. Other than those, I can have a ready trivia that serves as an icebreaker or an awkwardness crusher to any conversation I am in. “I watched Animal Planet last night–I think I saw you. HAH I’M KIDDING IS IT FUNNY?.”
If you look at my blog tagline, it reads: Lifestyle and Business Lalala. The Business part is all about my musings about work, business knowledge (forgive me, I want to be a guru in a suit and tie) and everything professional in between. The Lifestyle part is all about my personal life after 5pm–including nocturnal habits, yes? However, I felt that my current posts now lean more on the Business side (thank you, career). To strike a balance, I write Triumvirate posts. My posts under this category are so random, so household-y and sometimes, yes, so vain.