21 years ago (ohmygoodnessdidijustsaythat), I stepped into De La Salle University-Manila with my Papa for a college application. I failed the entrance exam because I got an envelope with a one-page letter while some of my classmates got a thick envelope full of enrolment forms. On March 20, 2018, I came back and helped a […]
I got another twin story for you. Well, this twin story is not related to my Twin Lakes escapade. I am going to tell you about REAL twins! Babies! Okay, let me be just clear: the twins are NOT mine. Let’s go to the story. Weeks prior to Holy Week, I told my clients that
I was on a break from my 2016 planning yesterday when a teachable moment happened. My 78-year-old dad (I call him Papa) sat down with us in the dining table to ask about social media.
For others, going to Tagaytay in July is already a post-summer getaway. However, I work from home anyway, so honestly, I can go there when I want (aside from the fact that it is just a one-hour journey from where I am. That does not include traffic). Last month, I am blessed to visit Tagaytay
In 2012, I bought an iPod classic from Olx.com (then Sulit.com). After attending the How to Become a VA Seminar two weeks before, I decided to look for a second-hand iPod classic so I can put Jim Rohn audios, amazing Christian songs (and other positive songs), and audiobooks (believe me, I could be unstoppable when
When you’re a virtual professional, you don’t have a chance to enjoy a summer outing with your officemates because, well, you work alone. WRONG. You can actually enjoy a summer outing (or any kind of outing, depending on where and when you want to go). HOW? You call your friends who are also virtual professionals!
I can not remember the exact time or year, but a few years back, I declared (written or verbal, I’m really not sure) that when I become a virtual assistant, one of the things that I see doing is going to the mall on a non-peak day (Tuesday or a Thursday). And in the mall,