Thursday, December 13, 2018

How to Pick the Right Glasses Frames for your Face Shape


The shape of your face will be defined as you grow older. Face shape varies from oval, round, square or heart-shaped. It is one of the identifiable factors in describing a person, this is why every face is different. 
In choosing the best and perfect glasses, whether sunglasses or eyeglasses that is normally used every day, it is best to get the perfect style and shape that will suit and flatter your face feature. 

One way to know how is by facing a mirror or getting a snapshot of your face, or take a selfie- somehow we use to do this quite often because of the social media craze. Take a look at all the angles of your face, and take a snap, making sure your hair is not covering your face. By doing this you can initially identify the shape of your face. 


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For more ideas, so you can choose and decide more, read more about points to identify your face shape.


Here are some points for you to identify your face shape:

Oval- elongated in height than it is wide. A rounded or a square frame for eyeglasses will suit fine with this shape. There are a lot of cat eyeglass frames you can choose from. It varies with color, design, and materials. 

Round- wide up to the cheekbones, with a narrow forehead and jawline. An oversize with rectangular shape frame eyeglasses will draw down the face shape by making it look long and elongated.

Square- wide forehead, wide jaw-bone and cheekbones. It describes strong features of the face, and to soften these feature, round, cat's eye, oval or rimless glasses are the options. 

Heart shape- one description of this face shape is by having the V-shaped growth of hair at the center of the forehead called widow's peak. Glasses that is perfect for this shape includes wider on the top such as wayfarer, cat eye or even the sport's glasses.  

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Youths train in Subic jungles for ecosystem-based disaster management

SK leaders listen to a lecture on the importance of mangroves and seagrasses to climate change mitigation.

SUBIC BAY FREPORT — This bustling industrial-commercial zone still plays an important role in educating residents on environmental protection and climate-change mitigation by providing real-life outdoor classrooms for ecosystem-based training.

Recently, some 60 members of the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) from communities around the Subic Bay Freeport participated in a disaster-risk management training that focused on the importance of ecosystem and biodiversity in mitigating climate change.   

Dubbed as EcoDRRM, or Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management, the US Embassy-sponsored project sought to empower participants through outdoor workshops on the pivotal contributions of mangrove, forests and seagrasses to climate change mitigation.

The three-day training conducted under the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI), brought youth leaders from Olongapo City, Castillejos, Zambales and Morong, Bataan to various ecosystems in the Subic Bay Freeport that served as backdrop for the program.

The activity was spearheaded by a team of United States-Philippines exchange alumni who won the Small Grant Competition and was given funding to support the conduct of the EcoDRRM project.

Rhea Jane Mallari, an environment officer at the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Ecology Center and team leader of the project, said the participants heard lectures on disaster risk management, community risk mapping, climate change adaptation, and other related topics on the first day.

The second day then took the participants to a mangrove area at Sitio Sabang in Morong, Bataan, where they planted mangrove saplings and learned about how the mangrove and seagrass eco-systems serve as bio-shield for natural disasters.

At Day 3, the youth participants trekked the Pamulaklakin forest where they learned about the importance of forests in disaster prevention and received demonstrations on jungle survival, preparing healthy foods during evacuation, and relieving stress during disaster.

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Mallari and fellow US-PH exchange alumnus Patrick Escusa said the participants all hailed the project as “a great learning experience that gave them helpful insights on disaster-risk mitigation.”

“We are very happy that the project succeeded in capacitating the youth in DRRM preparedness and prevention through ecosystem management, and imparted the culture of proactive response rather than reactive response to disasters,” Escusa said.

“We will continue the program by assisting and ensuring that the SK officials will apply what they learned from the training-workshop by conducting their own city or municipal-wide EcoDRRM projects,” Escusa added.

The EcoDRRM project was the latest in a long line of activities here that made use of Subic’s biodiversity to train workers and facilitators in environmental protection and resource conservation.

SBMA Chairman and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma said Subic Freeport’s vast forest, marine, and freshwater resources provide a diverse ecosystem that makes for realistic learning.

“This is why many researchers and academics chose Subic for the conduct of their studies,” Eisma noted. “And as the country’s first eco-urban center, Subic is ideal for these activities and the SBMA is ever supportive of these projects.”




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