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We Are One: Seminar to Benefit Typhoon Yolanda Survivors

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Some of the country’s top professional speakers and trainers have banded together to give a series of learning events to raise funds for the benefit of Typhoon Yolanda survivors. We Are One is the kick-off event to be held next Saturday, December 7, from 9am to 5pm at the Vista Center along Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City. Speakers for this… Read more »

Study International Education Fair 2013

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Dreaming of studying abroad? The Study International Education Fair 2013 gives you the perfect opportunity to ask representatives from select overseas educational institutions from Australia, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, the UK, and the US about available opportunities to study abroad.  Also participating at the exhibition will be partner organizations such as the British Council, Canadian Trade Commissioner Service and… Read more »

DIM2013 La Union: Influencers For Change

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I had seen some photos of Thunderbird Resorts Poro Point via some relatives who had a brief stay there a few years back. I had been really impressed with the views. So when I learned that the Digital Influencers Marketing Summit (DIM2013, La Union edition) would be held there, of course, I just had to go.  I live in Metro… Read more »

Ecommerce 102: Developing Online Entrepreneurs

The Philippine economy is on the upswing. Local and foreign economic analysts have been saying that the country will continue to post positive growth rates this year.  Hopefully, next year too, it being an election year. This is very good news as this would mean more investors will have the confidence to put their money in our country. But should… Read more »

Share the Joy of Reading

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There was always something to read at home. As far back as I can remember, my parents subscribed to Manila Bulletin (named Bulletin Today before) and Reader’s Digest. When I was a kid, various relatives and househelp who lived with our family at different periods would bring home Tagalog komiks, songhits (small magazine with song lyrics), entertainment magazines, sports magazines,… Read more »

On the Road to Financial Independence with Pesos and Sense

Half the year has already passed. What have you accomplished so far? Look back to the resolutions you made on New Year’s Day. Did the list include putting your finances in order? What have you done in this aspect? If, like many working Pinoys, your answer is that you haven’t done anything yet to improve your finances, don’t feel down…. Read more »

Learn From the Pros at the 1st Laguna Blogging Summit

UPDATE (as of 08August): Due to present weather conditions, 1LaBS has been postponed. Other details to follow. As a new blogger, I have a lot to learn. I just know that I like to write. From there, I’m not sure yet where to proceed. I’m happy that there’s 1LaBS – the 1st Laguna Blogging Summit where I know there would be… Read more »