Sunday, October 22, 2006

bye bye love, bye bye happiness

she was my baby until he stepped in
i wish u LOVE


Keshi said...

Saby dun be sad that she left ya cos look at that pic further down with she on top of ya...GOSHHH thank God she found someone else :)


Anonymous said...

How to Be Punctual

If you're battling chronic lateness, there is hope. According to the experts, you can avoid procrastination and tardiness by changing your habits and tweaking your routines. Here are some things you can do to turn lateness into punctuality.

Acknowledge that you are a person who is having a hard time being punctual. As with any problem, you cannot fix it if you're in denial that it's problem at all. But if your chronic tardiness is beginning to strain your job and/or your relationships, the first thing you need to do is acknowledge this as a weakness so you can begin to work toward correcting it.
Be conscious of the time.

Keep your watch accurate. A lot of people think that moving up the time on their watch will make them move faster. Instead, they know that the time is wrong and so they just disregard it altogether.
Keep a clock in each room of your house. One of the easiest ways to run late is simply by not realizing that the time is going by as quickly as it is.
Set all your clocks and watches to the same time.
Wake up when you're supposed to wake up. Don't hit the snooze button, linger in the bed and watch TV at the very start of your day. Acquire the habit of sitting up, stretching, and getting out of bed as soon as the alarm goes off. If you can't get out of bed on time, you're setting a pattern of lateness for the rest of the day. For more tips on how to do this, see the Related wikiHows below.
Commit yourself to being 15 minutes early for everything. If you have to be to work at 8, don't even tell yourself this. Just tell yourself (and everyone else who listens) "I have to be to work at 7:45." If you do this, you will be on time even with a little unforeseen interruptions. You will be on time even with a traffic jam. And on those rare times that you actually show up 15 minutes early - you will appear like an enthusiastic employee.
Re-examine how long your daily tasks really take. For example, you might be under the impression that you take a 15 minute shower, assuming that starting at 6:30 you can leave at 6:45. But, what about the time you spend before and after the actual shower? It's quite possible you really spend 20 or even 30 minutes in the bathroom, and that's why you can never leave by 6:45. So, think about the things you do every day, and time yourself when doing them.
Make a note of where you should be in regards to time. For instance, if you have to leave your house at 8 for work, tell yourself, "It's 7:20, I should be getting in the shower." "It's 7:35, I should be brushing my teeth." This will help keep you on track.
Plan ahead.

Schedule something unimportant right before something very important. If you have an essential interview at 4:00, plan to meet a friend for coffee at the coffeeshop next to your interview at 3:30. Then, even if you are late to meet your friend, you will be poised to pounce on your meeting.
Pick out your clothes the night before (don't forget your underclothes and shoes!) If you need to bring something with you, set it with your car keys or purse.
If you are going to some unfamiliar place, look over a map, or even drive there once if at all possible. Have your transportation planned - if you drive, keep your car in good order and refill gas in the tank. If you ride a bus, know the route, have your fare, and keep cab money on hand in case of emergency. If you are depending on another person for a ride - have a plan B!
Keep organized. Disorganization is directly related to lateness. How often have you been late because you were looking for your car keys or couldn't find an important document? Keep the things that you use everyday in some semblance of organization and your routines will go smoother.

Kids are really good at making their parents late. Follow all the above tips, not just for yourself but also for your kids. Have their clothes ready, make sure they get baths the night before, etc. If your child is very young, make sure their diaper bag is always fully stocked.
Being habitually punctual tends to have the effect of actually allowing you to be late from time to time. For instance, Sally is often late. Bob is always on time. They both get stuck in traffic, it is the fault of neither of them, but they end up a few mintues late to work. Most bosses aren't even going to blink at Bob. They veiw him as a responsible person who has had a rough morning. Sally, on the other hand, is going to get yelled at. Her boss will see her tardiness as evidence of a larger pattern, even if it isn't really her fault this time.

Anonymous said...

keshi u jealous? oo)

Anonymous said...

... & i did not go away i just love all of them: saby, pity, tomy, etc ... :D

Anonymous said...

saby what up with this truth be known you got drunk

Anonymous said...

i didn't step out on uou dummy you being dishonest

samuru999 said...

Don't be sad Saby!
Tea is on!
Come on over n share some with me!


If you like I have some beer too!