Outsourcing

Before looking into reasons to outsource, let’s look at how far the telephone has gone since Italian innovator Antonio Meucci was credited with inventing the basic phone prototype in 1849 and Frenchman Charles Bourseul devised another in 1854. The benefits of telecommunication had long exceeded the original purpose of Alexander Graham Bell when he first […]

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Road Safety: Brakes, Screech, Stop and Smile

We hear or see road accidents and think, it won’t happen to us. Truth is, no matter how careful we are, accidents happen. My first car was a Daihatsu Charade and that car took a good beating. With it, I learned a lot of do’s and dont’s in driving. Although lessons from my sweet charade […]

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HOW ARE TYPHOONS & CYCLONES NAMED IN THE PHILIPPINES?

Have you ever wondered how nations name their typhoons or cyclones? How do they decide which name to use? For as long as I remember, I always wished that there’ll be no typhoon named after someone related to me. But in September of 2009, nearly 10 years ago, one took my favorite uncle’s nickname, “Ondoy,” […]

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WORK AT HOME

Here’s an option, work at home. I can tell you firsthand, IT IS MUCH CLEANER & SAFER. Aside from that, there are other plus points.

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WOMAN, WHO ARE YOU REALLY? 1

Now Available on Kindle & Amazon As requested, here are a few excerpts from the book: It’s wonderful to think that women possess a superpower. No matter what her status or background is, all women are blessed with multi-tasking skills that put her above men in the caregiving arena. She also has a gentle heart […]

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Fated To Teach

It is vital for every teacher to note that her actions can either make or break a child.

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BURNED OUT, Not Broken!

SHE KNEW. Now awaken, thrice awake.

It finally sank in. She was right, it is never too late.

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UDOY: The Young King

The snitch Albina paid to spy on her son, just told her that, once again, Udoy sneaked from his duties to play Cara y Cruz, a heads and tails coin gambling game. Hurriedly, she clutched her whipping stick and rushed to the sidestreet where the young boys played.

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