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Slow Down, Stupid! by Mulligang Golf on Apr 4, 2013For a more consistent swing, be like Ben Hogan and practice your swing in slow motion. Continue reading »...



Consistency Is Key by A World Of Exploration on Jan 23, 2013I never really saw it as I was practicing, but seeing these photos made me realize how important it is to have a regular practice on the mat. The top photo was taken February 2012 at Bellarocca, bottom photo taken … Continue reading →...



Nothing’s Consistent by Definitely Filipino on Dec 1, 2012Part 1. Gusto mo nang kumawala. Ayaw mo na kasi. And you had enough. Nakakaleche yung mga pinagsasabi mo. Sino ka ba ha?! Isa kang hangal. Gusto mong makawala, pero wala ka naman sa kulungan. Ayaw mo na at sinasabi mong you had enough kahit na wala p...



5 strategies to becoming a better runner by PeñaRUNzi on Aug 31, 2012While running is a relatively simple sport, requiring little more than a pair of running shoes, it takes both practice and dedication to get right. If Olympic fever has you dusting off your running shoes, here are a few strategies to hone your skills...



New Executive Order on mining to bring consistency in the implementation of mining law by on Jul 14, 2012The government is leaving it up to the local government units (LGUs) to decide for themselves whether or not to declare their respective areas of jurisdiction as mining free in line with President Benigno S. Aquino III’s directive laid down in Exec...



Consistency by Jan De Joya | The Free-Spirited Freelancer on Mar 21, 2012Pardon me if I haven’t written anything for the past 5 months (wow, that’s like almost half a year!),  I should do better than that. Tsk. Anyway, I guess I am guilty of not being consistent with my blog posts and I owe you all an apology...



Sabi nila, walang kwenta ang salita kung walang gawa at walang kahulugan ang gawa kung walang... by Cereals for Breakfast on Jan 15, 2012Sabi nila, walang kwenta ang salita kung walang gawa at walang kahulugan ang gawa kung walang...



Making Pesto Sauce at home by MyHotTropics.com on Dec 8, 2011my 200 grams of basil leaves, fresh pick from my garden. Ingredients and preparation Pesto is traditionally prepared in a marble mortar with a wooden pestle. First garlic and pine nuts are placed in the mortar and reduced to a cream[2], then the wash...



DINOGUAN – Filipino food by MyHotTropics.com on Oct 17, 2011  ½ kilo pork (diced) 1/8 kilo pork liver (diced) 1 small head of garlic (minced) 1 small onion (minced) 2 pieces laurel leaves 3 tablespoons oil ½-cup vinegar 3 tablespoons patis (fish sauce) 2-cups stock 1-cup pig blood (frozen) 4 long gree...



Vegetable Curry by MyHotTropics.com on Aug 27, 2011Recipe adapted from Jamie Oliver’s 30-minute meals ingredients • vegetable oil ( i used canola oil) • 1 medium red or yellow  onion, peeled and chopped • 1 courgette, diced • ½ butternut squash, peeled and diced • 100g mushrooms, qu...