Whether you are looking into installing a screen door, replacing ovis grant products or a rusty gate or having a frontage makeover, it will mean having to spend money. The amount of how much you are going to shell out depends on the project and how deep your pocket is.
The recent Typhoon Mario got our household ill at ease again, with fear of a part 2 of Ondoy. The hubby made sure he was able to transfer everything he could from the ground floor to the second but since there were a handful of bulky stuff and furnishings downstairs, bringing everything up is just not possible. We are so grateful that the waters did not come in the house. My folks’ place wasn’t as fortunate. A wee 5-inches and the flood waters could have entered our house.
Quipper, an education technology company headquartered in London with offices in Manila, today announced that NAT scores at Valenzuela City Science High School have improved significantly as a result of using Quipper School in 2014, when compared to scores from the previous year.
Quipper School, an online education platform which connects teachers and students, was launched in January 2014 in the Philippines and is now being used by over 5,000 teachers across the country. Mr. Roderick Francisco, a teacher from Valenzuela Science City High School, used Quipper School in early 2014 to teach over 400 of his students in preparation for NAT 2014. As a result, Mr. Francisco has noted significant improvements, with an overall score improvements of 13%, and an outstanding result in English, where the scores rose by 25%.
I was never into slathering lotion or any multi-step beauty regimen for as long as I can remember. If it were not for the gazillion of articles that tells of how bad ultraviolet rays of the sun is to our skin, I wouldn’t really bother. I have a lot of other productive things to do, thank you.
It is really not an issue of supply. I have quite a handful here: nivea creme, Victoria Secret, Bath and Body Works, Flawless, Physiogel, et.al. I’m trying to use one after the other just so they won’t expire on me. Most of them I’ve already given away.
And the countdown rolls in…
One of the hubby’s birthday presents, I have already given him last week. It’s just a simple iPad case with our Family Legacy Covenant printed on it.
I will blog about the other gift when he turns 39. (Continue reading…)
If you live in the Philippines, then you are no longer foreign to Christmas carols being played in malls as soon as September ticks in! Oh this is indeed the longest season of them all. It may have earned us a lot of critics but who cares, to each his own!
We are officially off our summer break and have been back to our regular homeschooling grind for a couple of weeks now. My son and I are still on Level 5 and truth be told, I really do not want to hurry him up. He is only 9 years old and he can take his time.
As with any regular students that enjoyed his summer break, I had to remind the little guy our rules as we go back to our homeschooling schedule. Yes, we may not be rigid with our time schedule but there are some guidelines that we need to be reminded of, otherwise we all know that complacence breed half-baked individuals.
1. Always start the day with Bible Daily Devotion. As we do daily devotions, we do our oil-pulling (sesame oil or VCO) for 15 minutes.
2. Never forget to gargle thoroughly with Swish. This is imperative as the toxins from our oil-pulling routine may have been introduced in our oral cavity and that totally defeats the purpose of why we oil-pull altogether. We are especially particular about our oral health and we make sure that our homeschooler embraces that. We all know we only get to have one set of permanent teeth!
3. Homeschooler goes on a 10 to 20 minute basketball shooting in the garage for morning exercise.
4. Breakfast right after exercise.
5. Homeschooling starts from 7 to 8:30 A.M. (Continue reading…)
Solaire Resort and Casino, the Philippines’ premier integrated resort, in partnership with Air Asia unveils a breakthrough branding project in the Philippines.
Solaire again raises the bar as it wraps its brightly colored livery on Air Asia’s popular Airbus A320, which is scheduled to embark on its maiden flight this July. Solaire is the first-ever consumer brand in the country to fully wrap and brand a commercial airline, with an underlying thrust of further promoting tourism in the Philippines and in greater Asia.
This dynamic collaboration between Solaire and Air Asia represents another step forward in an on-going journey towards providing modern travel and leisure experiences for its customers, with a fresh new approach to their target market. This partnership will facilitate more passenger and cargo traffic in both regional and domestic flights, and foster stronger trade, cultural and tourism ties within Asia.
While I go on juggling mentorship and homeschooling, I have also gotten down to a some Spring Cleaning. At the very essence, we don’t exactly do spring cleaning during spring. Technically, we don’t actually have spring season in the tropics, but I make sure I get rid of stuff that I don’t anymore use. (Continue reading…)