How are you going to live it up this 2015? Start living it up by going to the 6th BDJ Fair on October 19 at SM Mall of Asia, Music Hall!
Live it up and dance your way through life by making new goals, planning ahead and supporting a new advocacy!
Head to the BDJ Fair 2014 at the SM Mall of Asia, Music Hall on Sunday, October 19, from 10AM-10PM and dance to the beat of your dreams by attending inspiring talks, trying out different booths, activities and workshops from the BDJ Team.
This year, the BDJ Fair is entitled: # Live It Up! Dance to the Beat of Your Dreams! The BDJ Fair is a fun-filled event where they will launch their 9th edition of the BDJ Power Planner and raise funds for the advocacies they support. This year, they will support the students of Sulong Kabataang Romblomanon, Inc. (Romblon scholars), and MoveMNL. It’s also where BDJ Girls all come together to learn, experience and have fun through our various talks, booth, activities and workshops. It’s where they get to interact with their fellow BDJ Girls and gain new friends and learn from each other! Enjoy a fun-filled event of learning and being empowered and get first dibs to the BDJ 2015 Planner for only 500 pesos at the fair
To pre-register for any of the talks, simply visit belledejourpowerplanner.com and choose your top 3 picks from the talk line up.
Talk Line Up:
12:45-1:35 – From GRIT to GREAT with Jonathan Yabut
2:00-2:40 – Life is Your Playground with Ann Jacobe of Project Hardcore Sisterhood
3:00-3:35 – Create Your Own #BeautifulStory with Tricia Gosingtian for Pond’s
4:10-4:50 – From Zero to Financial Hero with Edric Mendoza of ANC
5:10-6:00 – The Fullness of Life with Andi Manzano of GSK
6:20-7:05 – Seasons of Style with Isha Andaya-Valles of Preview Magazine
The event is open to everyone but only pre-registered girls will be allowed to participate in the talks, get a loot bag, and get to try out exciting activities such as zipline and wall climbing! Slots will be given on a first come, first served basis.
Save the date for the sixth BDJ Fair! Put on your dancing shoes and dance to the beat of your dreams!
Stay tuned for more details regarding the BDJ Fair! For more information on the Belle de Jour Power Planner, other products and events, log on to belledejourpowerplanner.com or join their Facebook Fan Page, or follow @BDJBuzz on Twitter and Instagram.
Asked by Anonymous
"Stop being subtle, being bold makes it easy."
I don’t know who you are but I’m sure you and Jazzy know each other well. In fact, she wants you to send her a message :> So go do it! :)
Asked by Anonymous
You’re welcome! Btw, you are really making me curious about your identity! Please tell me (haha) or give me a clue at least.
PS I wont tell Jazzy :))
…is what I am right now (sort of) :)
I am currently in my home-y CBTL with Jazzy to study for tomorrow’s exams but I took a study break so I checked tumblr after 765764 years (yey!)
A few months ago I got lost in the middle of stethoscopes, ward work and roller coaster of emotions but I am glad that I can finally say I found my way back. :)
I have lots of stories to tell and I promise to post them after our exams!
Asked by lifeworthliving000
I’m sorry, I have not checked tumblr for a while and this could be of no use anymore for you (since the boards is done already HUHU IM SORRY) but I recommend using the books you used in class. There could be other review materials (MSA, review books from your respective review centers, etc.) but it really helps mastering what’s been taught to you for 4 or 5 years. Most especially general chemistry books (e.g. Brown and Lemay). For physical chemistry, use the very classic (but reliable) Maron and Lando. Others would recommend Atkins because it’s new and the it’s the recent physical chemistry book but Maron and Lando goes a long way as far as basic concepts are concerned. For organic chemistry, you may use Clayden, Klein and other basic org chem books. For analytical chemistry, use skoog. I also suggest that you master instrumental chem, from the preparation of the machines up to interpretation of results. For biochem, Voet & Voet is a friendly book but you may use any basic biochem book.
BOTTOMLINE: Know the basics.
For additional materials, I downloaded GRE Chemistry sample questions. They helped a lot. There were actually questions in the board exam which were very similar to the GRE questions.
Good luck in your career as a chemist! :)
Asked by Anonymous
Hi! Could you message me again and tell me your name so I could tell Jazzy you greeted her? :) Thank you!