Saturday, October 13, 2012

How To Open and Read PDF files on BlackBerry for Free

Read E-books on laptop / tablet would be nice. Well, for those of you who want to read E-books or other files that are in .pdf (Portable Document Format) on Blackberry, would be disappointed because the .pdf file can not be opened / read on the Blackberry handsets, because the Blackberry has no pdf reader application as the default application. If you want to install it, you have to reach around $ 9.9 (USD 90 thousands) to buy at the Blackberry Application World.

However, there is another way that is easy and free, so that .pdf file can be read on your Blackberry, even without install any application! How? Here's the instructions.

The first, of course, you must subscribe to BIS (Blackberry Internet Service) / BES (Blackberry Enterprise Service) first. Of course, it applies for people in Indonesia. Blackberry without BIS / BES is like vegetables without salt. It means all advanced features on Blackberry so useless (just for looking fashionable but nothing). Then you must be registered in two email addresses that have POP3 services (such as gmail or yahoo), enroll one of them in Blackberry as push email. Make sure you have push email services. Then send a .pdf file as an attachment from an email that is not listed on the Internet Blackberry push email, to the address that was listed earlier. Wait a few moments until the last email you sent to the Blackberry handset was sent. After that, open the file attachment that contains a .pdf file. And finally ......... you can read .pdf files on the Blackberry. Isn't it very easy, is it. :D

Thus, the core of this trick is to read the .pdf file as an attachment in the email, so you have to send it as an email in advance :-). Rather complicated indeed, but the obvious way is free, without need to install the application, and it does not infringe anyone's copyright.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Smart Financial Management

I really loved the 3 Principles of Financial Management which is taught by John Wesley :
  1. Earn as much money as we can get. Surely, with a note: making money with a right way and do not inflict a loss to others.
  2. Save as much money as we can save.
  3. Give as much money as we can give.
Now ... Does anyone agree with the three principles above?

If you agree with me, you can continue reading this article. We all have a responsibility in managing our own finances. Can you imagine what will happen to us, when we become consumptive and disorganize in financial management. I can say this because many things I had learned in my life and I had also ever failed in this case. Therefore, I also wanted to share to everyone about how to manage money properly.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Tips How to Tone Our Belly After Giving Birth

Do not trivial assume the traditional herbs (Jamu - Indonesian) which are usually proudly suggested by our parents, because these herbs could help women in treatment to keep them beautiful.

The new moms who had just given birth often complain that their bellies become distended pre-birth.
Here are the tips on traditional treatment for slender abdomen after giving birth :
  1. Prepare 2 joints grated kencur (Kaempferia galanga), 3 tamarind, 1 calamondin that had been cut up finely, and 1 tablespoon of rice, which was soaked, and finely grin
  2. Mix all ingredients, and then knead.
  3. Apply this concoction around your stomach, then wrapped with women's cummerbund for 3-30 minutes. Apply this treatment routine, in the morning and evening after take a bath.
Happy caring ...

Friday, January 1, 2010


This time, I want to share another story about an important moment in my life.
On December 31, 2009, I get the very impressive 'End of Year's Gift'. It is a very handsome baby boy is a handsome. Yes, the age of my pregnancy have reaches nine months old. On Wednesday evening 30th December, about six o'clock, I felt pain in my stomach. At that time I only feel pain like flatulence. I think I might just get cold and by lying down at my bed, the pain will be reduced. However, the pain still continued to come and recurrent periods of time relatively the same.
By seeing the frequency of pain which always the same and repeated every 3-5 minutes, I began to understand that it is a contraction of the abdomen before birth. I just told my husband that our baby would be born soon this evening. My husband asked if we probably should see the midwife soon on the spot. But I do not want to wait long in the birthing - as yet no 'urgent' sign such as the outbreak of amniotic fluid or bleeding. Though I truly can not sleep because of that periodic contraction.
While our daughter, 3.5 y.o., Mischel, also can not sleep because we had not sleep yet. Furthermore she was also heard our conversation that his brother will be born soon. Up to half past 1 in the morning - I walked into the bathroom with much pain and I found a spot of blood. That is when we decide to immediately go to the maternity hospital. We had to go then to the maternity hospital together with our little daughter, who is very excited waiting for the birth of her brother.