Getting Near Quarter-Life Crisis – into early 30s.

Now that I’m in my early 30s, I recently have been thinking about my decisions – past and future. There were various plans that I know will affect the current status of my life. Having been trying to make a living is the primary goal which is to have a better quality of life. One major factor affecting these decisions…

Nature Stress and Health Problems – a Transcriptionist’s Viewpoint

We live in a busy environment.  Being a transcriptionist, just like any individual, nature stress can happen and it contributes to health problems. Every day, we are prone to stressful activities. Stress usually is one factor that contributes to health problems. Once our body experienced stress, our health is at risk. Thus, our productivity as a transcriptionist suffers. Daily heavy…

Eat Less is the Best Diet Plan

This is a blog contribution by MJCTJ. …you just know when to get contented and you’re on your way to a healthier and better looking you. – MJCTJ Read the post here >> — Contact Information:  www.myhotbuffet.com Personal Background:  MJCTJ is a bank executive of one of the local banks in Saudi Arabia for the last eight months.  He writes…

A Healthy Way of Cooking Lapu-Lapu

Lapu-lapu fillet is best cooked steamed as an alternate for the usual fried fish. This is, I believe, a healthier way to enjoy this meal. But to make it tastier, one can use the sauce made out of olive oil or sesame oil as most Chinese recipes do. Sliced ginger and green pepper can be added to add flavor.

A Transcriptionist’s Virtue of Patience

I started to value the importance of patience in everything I do. I learned to be more patient when I became a transcriptionist. The long hours of typing, endless searching for the correct medical term in Google, deciphering a single word while the editor is rushing to submit, transcribing less than a minute of dictation (the doctor actually dictates too…