Unfortunate as it may seem for traditional politicians and rattled presidents swimming obliviously in multiple pools of ineffectiveness, the crisis is rooted on more than just their inability to keep up with such incredibly accelerative pressures. For even as they attempt to respond as quick as they could to address the nation’s needs, they’ll find themselves paralyzed again by the second revolutionary challenge posed by these times to traditional management: endless diversification.
One night at Seda Hotel Nuvali (in Santa Rosa, Laguna), is gratifying enough. Enough, at least, to remember to come back. And in quick stays as such, every hour in those back-to-back days is simply appreciated as more opportunities for delight. From the lobby where a generous view of stylish swimming pools and a spacious patio beguile, to the well-appointed guest rooms where strategically placed windows sport stunning sceneries of surrounding landscapes—everything seems inherently agreeable, whether for relaxation, play, or work.
Wake up to a beautiful day with a healthy and delicious breakfast, and a little help from SM Homeworld. Breakfast, after all, is the most important meal of the day, so we might as well make it special. Whether you crave for a hearty breakfast, or like it light, SM Homeworld’s kichen helpers make perfect breakfast mates. Here are some tips from SM on how to start your day right, by having the perfect breakfast.
Swami Satchidananda, one of the most respected and revered contemporary Yoga masters, once wrote: “If you do not pour water on your plant, what will happen? It will slowly wither and die. Our habits will also slowly wither and die away if we do not give them an opportunity to manifest. You need not fight to stop a habit. Just don’t give it an opportunity to repeat itself. ” What the yoga master and author of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is saying, is that our habits eventually form our characters, and so we must cultivate the good ones and avoid repeating the bad ones.