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Desperate move or harsh truth?

  I’m still shocked at political ad that has been aired last night about the presidentiable cussing on different issues, with a child emulating him. While many of us (me included) condemned the video for using the child for mudslinging and some think of it as a desperate move from the certain vice presidentiable, it’s sad to say that this is the harsh truth that is happening in our society. And we are still in denial for it just days… Read More »Desperate move or harsh truth?

How 4Ps helped the underprivileged

    I remember the time that I went to the Manila Post Office to cover an event in behalf of Astig.PH about the distribution of the prepaid cards to the recipients of the MCCTs or the modified conditional cash transfer as part of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, or 4Ps. Started as one of PGMA’s programs, it’s a good thing that PNoy has continued this program to help the underprivileged. But as the campaign surfaces, various programs from candidates… Read More »How 4Ps helped the underprivileged

Leaders by example: Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo

I applaud these candidates for the moral stance and leadership. And here they are, slowly-but-surely rising their way to the surveys, especially now that elections are just days away. So why RORO? I made it clear before that if not for Miriam handpicked BBM as her VP, I would’ve go for her and Leni. Mar Roxas is my second choice, until I realize that he is indeed the best choice along with her running mate Ms Leni Robredo. On Mar… Read More »Leaders by example: Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo

My vote, my choice

  I had hesitations on blogging about politics and in this coming elections before for it has been a sensitive issue, but I realized that I have the right to speak my mind. As a digital influencer, I believe that having an integrity and heart in blogging is what makes each blogger unique. This online journal has been my voice for so long, hence this post. Writing about my choice of candidate takes massive courage and heart. And to be… Read More »My vote, my choice

Home is where the heart is

I love homecomings. It celebrates love and unity amidst the trials and hardships by our loved ones who lived far and wide just to make a decent living and to provide us with a much more comfortable life. It is when we embrace them wholeheartedly because of the loneliness that we felt due to their absence. I know how it feels like not having your loved one with me. I grew up not having my father with me because he’s… Read More »Home is where the heart is

dealing with unemployment and why it matters to this coming elections

  I’ve been working for 12 years now in 5 companies. I ‘ve already experienced the hardships of job hunting and freelancing at the same time. I am thankful on where I am right now, and at the same time, I am worried on my friends’ welfare, for they are 1-currently unemployed, 2-stuck in a dead-end job, 3-just graduated from college, 4-stopped school and 4-just got pregnant. (true story) While some are lucky that they found an opportunity to work… Read More »dealing with unemployment and why it matters to this coming elections

life update: new blog designs, my stand, finding my heart

Oh hello there, Easter people! It’s been ages since I posted something about my life in general. I know I’ve been MIA for quite some time, and I apologize for that. So here I am, still alive, breathing and living the life. I’m in a much-better state now than I was before. There are some times that life gets a bit tough and crazy, but still ok nonetheless. here are some of the things that I wanna share with you:… Read More »life update: new blog designs, my stand, finding my heart