Soleus had just launched two new and distinct items to the Philippine market: one is the Soleus GO! which marks Soleus’ entry to the fitness band market and the other being the Soleus Pulse which is a one-of-a-kind GPS tracker that has a heart rate monitor built right into the band.
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As the New Year arrived I told myself that it was time to get things around. One of the things I committed to myself was to get back into travelling which took a back seat these past few years. But I never expected that I’d be going out of the country this early, and definitely not with a long haul!
This April 12, 2014 at the Bonifacio Global City, Earth Day Network Philippines stages its first-ever fun run, PRO-EARTH RUN 2014. An advocacy run to encourage people to Protect, Respect, and Oversee the sensible and sustainable care for Mother Earth.
It’s quite interesting that sometimes familiarity in one place is inversely proportional to your distance away from it. The closer you are to it, the less likely you are to go to it. And one such place for me is the La Mesa Eco Park.
I’ve heard of rumors that the MRT no longer allows passengers to do “round-trips” but I wasn’t able to validate it until yesterday.
As a runner, I always make it a point to know a “new place” on foot. But as I got to know a piece of California better, I soon realized why everybody drives in here.