Thursday, December 15, 2011

Commonly Misused Words

I admit I'm one of those culprits who missuse some words and their usage like its and it's, your and you're and a bunch of others. I don't know if I should be happy about ot but I'm not alone in this, in fact there are millions who commit this no no grammatical and usage errors. Infographics made a cute cartoon about the commonly misused words check this out:
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Lawsuits In The U.S.

The latest infographic regarding the lawsuits to be filed next year next year is alarming, taking note of the graph info that most of the cases are hospital, doctors and OBGyn related. Does this mean there is an alarming amount of malpractices in health care either by lack of trust of clients or by lack of knowledge of the health professionals? Read more ib this graph:

Friday, December 9, 2011

Meet and Pic with Alvin and the Chipmunks

Mommies! Are your kids a fan of those cute chipmunks? Here's a chance for them to mingle and pic with them.
The chipmunks and the chipettes are back with an all-new adventure that takes them back to the forest in “Alvinand the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked.”  Having gone domesticated, famous, pampered and civilized – the chipmunks are relearning the ways of the wild while Dave Seville (Jason Lee) is on a quest to find them.
>            20th Century Fox gleefully joins the holiday merriment in malls with the chipmunks characters – Alvin, Theodore and Simon.  Currently touring in SM malls, the mascots will next be seen in SM Clark and SM Pampanga (Dec. 11), SM Bacoor (Dec. 14), SM Southmall (Dec. 15), SM Calamba and SM San Pablo (Dec. 16), SM Dasmarinas  & SM Molino (Dec. 17), SM Manila (Dec. 18), SM Muntinlupa and SM Sta. Rosa (Dec. 19), SM Taytay (Dec. 20), SM Fairview (Dec. 21), SM Masinag (Dec. 22), SM Batangas and SM Lipa (Dec. 23).    
>            The latest Alvin film “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked” brings more adventure, music and mayhem as Alvin and the troupe run amok in a luxury cruise liner  that brings them to a deserted island where they survive on their own instincts and tricks.
>            “Alvinand the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked” opens nationwide (Phils.) on January 8 from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Monday, September 19, 2011

Proudly ProMama Fair Embraces Motherhood

Expectant women were given the royal treatment as they were pampered with free massages and foot spas, received nutritional advice, and got tips on how to dress their best at the Proudly ProMama Fair recently held at the Glorietta Activity Center.
Pregnancy is a time of great change as moms-to-be prepare themselves to receive the greatest gift of all – a healthy baby. To help expectant women embrace the gift of motherhood, Wyeth’s nutritional milk drink ProMama, in cooperation with The Spa, and its other mommy and baby friendly partners Gingersnaps, Anja and Nail It have created an exciting all-day event designed to have women looking and feeling their best during their 9-month journey.

 The event celebrated motherhood with a variety of fun activities featuring booths for beauty, health and fashion. The Pro-Beauty booth with partners The Spa and Nail it gave women great skin advice and pampering services. At the Pro-Health booth, nutritionists helped them learn all about dos and don’ts in eating during their pregnancy. The latest maternity pieces from Gingersnaps and Anja were on display at the Pro-Fashion Booth, helping them look fabulous. 

 More interesting facts about pregnancy were shared during the day. Hosted by parenting expert Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan, moms-to-be along with infanticipating celebrity guests Cheska Garcia, Danica Sotto and Angelu De Leon were treated to talks from beauty experts, The Spa and Nail it, and advice on the right food practices during their pregnancy from a Wyeth Nutritionist. A fun fashion show that ended with the fabulous transformation of selected guests at the fair capped the program. And to help expectant women embrace the gift of motherhood, guests were introduced to ProMama, Wyeth Philippines’ nutritional milk drink designed for pregnant and lactating women.
“During the delicate period of pregnancy, mothers go through a lot of changes – physically and emotionally. That’s why Promama is here to champion mothers-to-be and help them embrace the gift of motherhood. Promama will help them discover how they can be at their beautiful best during this time of change, which will their baby grow into a wonderful, healthy and active child,” said Promama Product Manager

ProMama, helps women meet the increased nutritional needs of pregnant and lactating women. Only ProMama contains Pro-Nutri Builders, ingredients that support the health of both mother and child during the delicate journey of pregnancy. These include Maternal Immunity Enhancers like Beta Carotene, which has antioxidant and immunostimulatory properties, and Vitamin C, E and A, which also helps promote good vision and cellular growth.

ProMama’s Pro-Nutri Builders also include Fetal Mental Enhancers like DHA, a nutrient important for a child’s visual and mental development. Folic Acid, which is essential for the development of the nervous system and in preventing neural tube defects, and zinc are two more ingredients in ProMama that help in fetal neurodevelopment. ProMama also contains Fetal Bone and Muscle Builders like Vitamin D, important for calcium metabolism and to support fetal bone and teeth development; Protein, the building block of all tissues; Iron, which helps in the generation of red blood cells that carry oxygen to all parts of the body and Calcium, which supports bone development.

 Just 2 servings of ProMama daily can help promote appropriate weight gain during pregnancy. 

 By supporting the nutritional needs of pregnant and lactating women, ProMama helps mothers-to-be and their babies stay in the pink of health and fully embrace the gift of motherhood – and with partners Gingersnaps, The Spa, Anja and Nail it helping them be at their beautiful best, they can be pregnant and proud of it!

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

On Classes Suspension & Taking Kids To School Or Not On A Bad Weather

Mind you, this only happens in the Philippines.  I don't know their policy in other countries but its kinda funny in an ironic way that our country depends on unreliable weather prediction from PAGASA and too late a hero announcement from government school authorities like DepED and CHED for class suspension on a bad weather like this week.

Just today, the Department of Education announced class suspension on afternoon classes after announcing an early dismissal on morning classes in the National Capital Region.  It is actually too late, the kids in the morning class braved the bad weather, getting their school bags, notebooks and books, shoes and themselves soaking in the hard rain!  The afternoon class kids are already on their way to school and are already wet just the same.

Parents, when it comes to deciding if you are going to send your kids to school or not do you still depend on these unreliable government agencies?

Personally, I don't.

I know better, I know what's best for my kids so I don't wait for them to tell me what to do or not.

Some argue that the kids grades will be affected if I don't send my child to school even if there's no class suspension.

1) Get your kids teachers numbers and send them a text message that you won't take your kids to school for such reason. If you see that the weather is so unpredictable to the point of foreseeing it to be a hassle to the kids and you as a parent to send them to school .
2) Ask the teacher via text what will be the agenda in school today (lesson) and if there will be homework so you can tell your child to study this lesson and do his/her homework too.
3) If texting is not an option next time the weather is better, go with your kids to school and talk to his/her teachers and ask for consideration, ask for the lessons the child needs to catch-up with so being an absent won't necessarily affect the kids grades.

I believe that accredited online colleges need to offer more teaching training on matters such as this.

I'm sure you have seen that "Muntik Na" commercial where the kids were almost an honor student but missed that opportunity because he/she is always absent because they are always sick?

On a bad weather like this, its very possible that kids will pick-up viruses that spreads around and eventually get sick.  Parents don't want this to happen.

Be the responsible parent.  You decide!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Nivea Baby Pure & Natural Wipes Review

More often or not, public restrooms don't have tissue in them so its always important for us moms to bring our own tissue , wipes and sanitizers to make sure our kids are protected from germs when they use the public restrooms.

There's so many baby wipes and wet tissue out in the market now but some of them contain harsh chemicals which are not safe for our baby.

When I got this NIVEA Baby Pure & Natural Wipes I was excited because it claims that its 100% biodegradable and 100% flushable!

Product info:
Moistened with organic chamomile to gently cleanse and soothe with the power of nature.  The biogradable and flushable wipes are based on natural cotton for the most gentle baby care.  It contains organic chamomile, alcohol and parabens free and no perfume added!

What I think about it:
  • I love that they did not put perfume in it just the natural scent
  • The tissue is very soft and not so soaking wet
  • There's that funny scent I didn't like that is very common of natural made products
  • I think the price of Php150.00 per pack of 50pc is kinda expensive for a common consumer.  But if organic is always expensive, safe and environment friendly so what's a little extra amount for all the good stuff right?
  • Mommies can also use it for their private and makeup :)

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Mommy Diaries

This weekend Multiply Philippines is holding a 2-day lifestyle and wellness expo The Mommy Diaries on May 28-29, 2011 at the NBC Tent, Bonifacio Global City.

There will be 150 booths featuring apparel, accessories, personal care products, household items, children’s items, baby products and food items all under one roof, this will definitely be a one-stop shop and place to be for all deserving mommies!

Aside from that there will also be special cooking shows and demonstrations, talks by pediatricians and psychologists, special treats and entertainment for the kids, as well as a raffle drawing.

Friday, May 13, 2011

On Jan Jan and Willie Revillame Issue

I think the child rights advocates who filed a case against Jan Jan's parents and Willie Revillame for the Child Abuse issue are going over board.  Yesterday, I heard they want to take Jan Jan away from his parents and have him in DSWD custody.  Are they insane?  Are they human?  Where is their heart?  Whose cause are they fighting for? Whose right they are fighting for? If they have something against Willie Revillame's show or as a person go attack the guy in any possible way you can, but to go overboard and get a kid away from his parents just to hurt Willie is too much.

If they are really for Jan Jan's sake, instead of taking him away from his parents and give the kid a traumatic experience of having to live in a god forsaken DSWD shelter and being separated from his parents, give the parent and Jan Jan a lasting solution.
1) They can give Jan Jan's parent a stable job or a livelihood that they no longer have to hope that Jan Jan will pull them away from the miserable life they have.  They don't need to put the responsibility of raising a well-off family out of  Jan Jan being a celebrity.
2) Give Jan Jan a scholarship grant until he finish college so the parents will no longer have to worry about where to get his tuition and that he no longer wishes to be an artista nalang so he can earn a lot of money for his family.
3) Have Jan Jan's parents attend a regular counseling and guidance seminar to keep them on the right track.

Having his parents in jail will not do good for Jan Jan but will cause him more trauma thus not protecting the rights of this child.

Thinks about that!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Back To Work And Events To Come

My blog break is over and now I'm swamped with work.  I'm in a rush to invite members of Mommy Bloggers Club in two upcoming events.

First event, a DOH Breastfeeding Campaign on May 14, 2011 I need 5 mommies who are available on that day at 6-9PM in Makati.   Post name and blog URL here please if interested.

Second event, is an INTEL Pentium event at Boni High Street in Taguig, date is not yet confirmed but it is definitely a fun and interactive event for moms.  I need 10 mommies, if you are interested please leave name and blog URL so I can submit your names.

See you all soon.  Busy is good!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Join Promil's I-Shine Talent Camp 2011

Its summer vacation again and I'm sure your tots are getting bored staying at home doing nothing but watch TV or play with their computers or PSP. Well, if you think your child's got talent, it's time to unleash your child's star potential as Promil launches their I-Shine Talent Camp 2011.

Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp begins its search for the brightest star with a grand kick-off at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall from April 9-10. It will be a whole day of singing, dancing and acting workshops designed to nurture the star potential in each child. These workshops will be led by the country’s leading talent schools: Center for Pop, The Regine Tolentino Dance Studio, and Trumpets Playshop.

What’s more, kids who shine at the Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp will be given a chance to become part of GMA’s newest TV talent search, as each workshop will serve as an audition to Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp TV! The big winner of this talent search will get P200,000 (tax-free) plus a contract with the GMA Artist Center!

To join, simply accompany your kids, ages 4 to 7 years old, to the Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp, fill up the registration form, and submit the following requirements: child’s birth certificate, 2 valid IDs of the parent/guardian, parent’s written consent (if the companion is not the child’s parent), and a proof of purchase receipt of Promil Pre-School (any size) dated January 1, 2011 onwards. You can also register online at http://www.ishine.com.ph.

The search for the next big talent will also go nationwide as the Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp visits SM Cebu on April 15-16, SM Rosales (Dagupan) on April 27-28, and SM Davao on May 2-3.

So what are you waiting for? Nurture your child’s talent and uncover his star potential at the Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp! Who knows, he could be the country’s next shining star!

The Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp is brought to you by GMA Network Inc., and Promil Pre-School. Promil Pre-School, a powdered milk drink for children 4-7 years old, partners and supports all parents in developing their child’s talents. It contains Nutrissentials – a unique combination of essential nutrients to help optimize a child’s full potential. For inquires, please call the Wyeth Careline at 81-WYETH (99384) or the provincial toll-free number 1-800-10-884-2222.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

2011 Family Run @ Manila Ocean Park

Hey mommies! Looking for activities you can do with the kids this summer? Manila Ocean Park has something for you and even your pets! Take them out for a fun-filled day on April 3, 2011 at the Manila Ocean Park. This is the fun run we've been waiting for!

When: April 3, 2011
Venue: Manila Ocean Park
Time 5:30am call time

100 meter dash - kids 6 years old and below
1k run with obstacles (pair) dog and human
3k run with obstacles (pair) family run
5k run open category

Registration Fee
Php200.00 per head on all categories (Children blow 3 years old are free)
Php 50.00 per dog
(Each dog mush have the latest vaccination record upon registration)
Fees are non-refundable

To sign up visit Sumit Media Office on a weekday from 10am-6PM at the 7th Floor Robinsons Cybergate Tower 3 Pioneer St. Mandaluyong City
ROX at B1 Bonifacio High Street
from 1PM to 9PM daily
Manila Ocean Park from now until the event day itself.

For more details about the event check out Good Housekeeping event invite here.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Status: Happily Married To My SMART BRO

I'm a mom of a child with autism, I try to make a living with my blogs and I'm in a long distance relationship.  With this situation I am in I can say that I am married to my computer and my internet connection and I'm not planning to get a divorce anytime soon.

Why should I get a divorce when I'm happily married to my personal broadband connection who's been with me through thick and thin.

On being a mom of a CWA:
My daughter likes to watch Barney and Dora the Explorer.  She also loves listening to pop music.  Because of my ever reliable internet connection I am able to download Barney and Dora episodes that she likes to watch repeatedly.   Her playlist is always updated too because we can upload songs on her iPod right away.  I'm also updated of the latest news regarding autism because I'm subscribe to it on Google Alert, my email always tells me when there's a new discovery or news and breaktrhough.

On being a blogger who tries to make a living out of it:
I maintain a significant number of blogs that I used for international paid/sponsored post opportunities, I can say that its my bread and butter now.   Because of this I need my reliable internet connection so I can do my blogging and complete my online tasks.  If not I don't know how I'm gonna pay for all my bills!  I'm sure most of the people who work online knows that intermittent connection or even renting at an internet cafe is not that reliable, convenient and practical if you do it as a living, the cost is more than the return of your investment compared to having your own internet connection. 

On keeping a long distance relationship:
In any relationship, personal or online, constant communication is important.   My boyfriend and I video chat every day of our lives, night and day, since we declared that we love each other.  Without a reliable personal broadband communication I don't think this relationship will last this long.  We've been "together" for more than 7 years.   Like any "normal" close distance relationship, we've been through many ups and downs "together".    When we have problems or we have triumphs to share we talk about it via video chat.  We may not be able to touch and feel each other physically, as cliche as it sounds, the heart knows no distance because the internet makes it possible to bridge that gap.     My sister was once an OFW and she can attest that a simple video chat eases up her feeling of homesickness.  So never under estimate my relationship with my long distance boyfriend.  I love him and he loves me.  Love knows no boundaries anyway. Thanks to my reliable personal broadband I'm always in-touch with my love from the other side of the planet.  :)

Now, tell me, with the many benefits I get with my SMART Bro Unlimited Home Broadband connection don't you think its time you get connected now?    Why not?  Aside from the consistent surf speed and stable signal you will also get some awesome free items like an all-in-one HP Printer, a Smart Gold Lite Plan 300 with 6 months free subscription and 1 month free broadband subscription!   Better hurry up and subscribe now this offer will not last forever!

Saturday, March 12, 2011

One Week Of Free Gym To Celebrate International Fitness Week

In line with the celebration of the International Fitness Week, Fitness First will open all its doors to everyone who would like to start a healthy lifestyle.

The free gym will start on March 14-20, 2011 so that everyone gets to try a healthy living and fitness through exercise and enjoyable group activities. Fitness First had been offering this free gym every year and is now on its third year in the Philippines.

For an entire week, Fitness First will treat everyone to a selection of services. Each day will have a different focus including “Strength Day” where activities will center on how one can build their strength, “Cycle Day” in which spin classes will be offered to both rookie and experts, “Shape Day” where classes devoted to sculpting and toning one’s body will be offered with the help of different innovative techniques and free consultation with Fitness First’s resident nutritionist and “Health Check Day” which will provide participants with a 5 point health check. In addition to this, there will also be “Functional Training Day” which can help people be more productive and energized to tackle their daily activities, and “Group Exercise Day” where beginner cardio classes will be offered. Finally, to culminate the week-long celebration, “Fun Day” will give participants a preview on Fitness First’s newest weight loss program, Lose It.

Monday, March 7, 2011

I'm Joining Beautinomics 5th Year Anniversary Contest

Beautinomics is Celebrating her 5th Year Anniversary with an amazing contest with so many beauty products everyone would want to have.

Win prizes from Avon, Pond’s, L’Oreal Paris, The Body Shop, PureDerm, Obagi, Beauty & Minerals, Goodskin Labs and Golla! Visit Beautynomics’ 5th Year Anniversary Contest entry to know how!

To give you a more detailed information about the prizes to be won here's the list:

Friday, March 4, 2011

Be A Part Of The Largest Gathering Of Women Worldwide

Please sign-up and take part of this worldwide celebration of the 100th year of the International Women's Day! This is our time. Assert our rights. Empower women's mind and empower the women's heart.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Do We Really Need A National Bloggers Association?

UPDATE: March 7, 2010

New points to ponder:
  • Since its not mandatory to join I think its better to drop the "national" or "philippine" in the bloggers association name. 
  • Since its not mandatory to join would it discriminate the others who are non-members since you'll be making business dealing formally?  
  • While some bloggers make money from blogging the income stream is not as stable and as regular as someone who is employed and receives regular pay.  Having an organization would pave the way for someone to propose mandating tax on bloggers.


One of the episodes at DigitalFilipinoTalks series caught my attention.  It was the episode with Tonyo Cruz talking about The Need for a Philippine Bloggers Association.

He said its time for the bloggers in the Philippines to become progressive and become one and be represented by a single and formal organization that will focus on the bloggers right especially with regards to copyright issues, code of ethics, and income sharing since there's an existing informal community/organizations already.   In short, he said  its high time we set a standard to blogging in the country.

I suggest you watch the video clip of Tonyo's  interview with Ms. Janet Toral to get a better grasp of his idea of the association:

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Challenge Your Body Age With Sustagen

I think I am one of the lucky 30% of adults in the country who has a younger body age than my actual biological age.

Most of the people I talked with during the Body Age Challenge event by Sustagen with Gabby Conception by Youthophia Media Philippines Inc. all complained that their body age is older than their actual age.  Take Mario Dumawan and Abby Assistco who said they were four years older.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

No More Constipation With Dulcolax

I always thought that once a day of doing number 2 (pooping) is the normal and most healthiest way ever.  But Dr. Invan Olegario,  a product physician and a credible medical adviser of one of the most well known pharmaceutical firms in the country said more than once is the most healthiest.  It was just that people are so busy that they can only go to the toiled to move once a day.

Doing number 2 was discussed during the launch of  Dulcolax campaign the Starting Fresh Campaign which will involve celebrity Tuesday Vargas who will go around baranggays in the country to talk about constipation and how people can avoid it.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Why "Mars Needs Moms"

Teehee, its a title of a movie by Walt Disneys.  I think its super cool.  Here are some fun facts about making the movie and how you might want to take your kids to watch it so they will appreciate your presence!

Produced by the team behind “Disney’s A Christmas Carol” and “The Polar Express,” “Mars Needs Moms” showcases nine-year-old Milo’s (Seth Green) quest to save his mom (Joan Cusack) from Martians. What follows is a wild adventure in Disney Digital 3D™ and IMAX® 3D that involves stowing away on a spaceship, navigating an elaborate, multi-level planet and taking on the alien nation and their leader.
Get a load on some fun trivia below on the making of “Mars Needs Moms.”

The book 'Inspired'  — Berkeley Breathed is the author and illustrator of the book, “Mars Needs Moms.” The story was inspired by a particular moment of disagreement that took place between his son and wife. For the lead character, the book and film adopted the same name as Breathed’s son: Milo.
                  According to Breathed: “The movie would not exist if not for a single plate of broccoli left uneaten at the Breathed dinner table on August 10, 2006. That led a real Milo, 5, screaming The Unthinkable at a real mom, leaving her in tears... and leaving me to explain to a stewing son how he might feel if the mother he claimed he didn't love might suddenly disappear via -- I was grasping-- Martians. I wrote the book that night. Five years later, the real Milo will watch as kids around the planet will see the creative, happy, hopeful result of one of his life's darkest moments.”

Monday, February 21, 2011

How To Prepare Your Child On Their First Air Travel

This is a repost from my Earthlingorgeous.com my main blog and I would like to share the experience to all the mommy bloggers out there.

"December 25, 2008 was my daugters first air travel. We went to HongKong Disneyland for Christmas and she enjoyed it much. We were took Cebu Pacific rountrip and everything went well, we left the airport earlier than scheduled and got to HongKong a couple minutes advanced.

Honestly, I was expecting hell. With the high sensitivity to sights, sounds, and smell a child with autism (CWA) has in mind I was imagining how unbearable the sound of the compressed air inside the plane will be to her while we were suspended 300,000 feet above the ground. She might throw the nastiest tantrums out of her frustration.

Thank God everything went well, she did not have any major fuss or bad episodes that will annoy the other passengers.
Tasha In The Airport

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Safeguard Hand Washing Campaign

Hi Mommies especially those I contacted to receive some kit from Safeguard.  Did you get your kits already?  What do you think?

If you still haven't its for a hand washing campaign of Safeguard to keep the awareness and the habit of everyone to wash their hands daily to stop the spread of disease-causing germs and virus.

Germs cause sickness. The more germs spread, the more sickness spreads.

In this season of on-and-off rain showers, the effects of germs are easy to see everywhere. And children are taking the brunt of it because their immune systems are not as strong as adults’, making them more susceptible to contagious diseases like colds, cough and flu.

To put a stop to the continuous attack of germs on children, frequent and proper hand washing must become a national habit. But here is where the problem lies. Despite the public’s knowledge of the benefits of hand washing, very few actually take the time to do it. Majority is convinced that covering their mouths with a tissue is enough to stop germs but the truth is, the only way to stop them is to kill them.

Safeguard wants to help champion hand washing and its benefits by convincing Filipinos to stop grabbing just tissues and instead start grabbing hand soap. One of its most recent efforts to forward this cause was the creation of a fictitious tissue brand called Sneeze n Sniffles.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Wanted: Bannister Academy Scholars!

WANTED: Scholars!

Bannister academy is giving out a 4-year full financial scholarship to deserving high school students. One (1) boy and one (1) girl will be selected.

Qualifications for upcoming scholars
• Anyone who is eligible for transfer to 1st or 2nd year high school* (supporting documents necessary to validate eligibility)
• Demonstrates good moral character;
• Has a strong drive to excel

How many scholar can you nominate?
• Only 1 scholar allowed to be nominated by one person.

Requirements to nominate a scholar?
1. Your name and your relationship to the nominee
2. Basic Information of the student:
- Full Name
- Address
- Date of birth (date-month-year)
3. Contact details: Landline number, cellphone number and e-mail address
4. A 300-word essay by the student, answering the question, "How can I change the world?” 

Send entries to changetheworld@bannisteracademy.com on or before March 9, 2011.
Selection of scholars:
• 10 finalists will be selected, 5 girls and 5 boys. The Names of finalists will be announced on March 11, 2011. They will be contacted personally and through their registered guardians.
• All finalists have to take an entrance exam and interview on March 14. Winners will be awarded on March 19, during the Bannister Open House

repost from :  http://almabuenviaje.blogspot.com/2011/02/help-bannister-academy-look-for.html

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Wanted: Full Time Mother!

Wanted: Full Time Mother!

Mother Qualification: 

  • Must be mature,
  • Strong and Stable
  • Self-confident
  • Humorous
  • Knows how to cook
  • Must have positive and cheerful attitude toward life
  • Must be willing to work as a full-time mother for the long term
Mother Salary and Benefits: 
  • monthly salary Php10,000
  • household allowance
  • free board and lodging
  • its a job where benefits are emotional rather than financial

Mother Work Responsibilities:
  • build close relationship with every child
  • provide security, love and stability 
  • guide the children development while running the household independently
Applicant moms will not be selected by their diploma or certified experience but by their willingness to devout their lives to children.

After the initial screening and interview potential mothers will live with the children for a trial period as an Aunt to see if they will be a good fit.  If they qualify they will undergo a "mother's training" course where they will learn about personality development, elements of childcare, and household management among others.

This advertisement is no joke.  This is a call for new mothers by the SOS Children's Villages Philippines, a non-profit organization providing long-term, family-based care, education and shelter to orphans, abandoned and neglected children.

Children of SOS have traumatic background. Many were abandoned by their biological parents due to extreme poverty, while other were abused.  So the kids have the say in who they choose as their mother.

Since the SOS program started in the country, there is over 1,223 kids who have become integrated into the society with 807 of them still living in the eight SOS Children's Villages in the country.

Each mother will live with an average of 10 children whom they will raise as their own within a village of eight to 14 houses. Biological siblings will be kept within the same house.

So, if you have an open heart and open mind you might want to take this job?

Interested? Contact SOS Children's Villages Philippines  or email home@sosphilippines.org

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

No To Kids? WTF!

Singapore just issued a ban on children on all their restaurants on a weekdays  I heard there were other countries who issued the same ban and want to extend that ban not only on weekends but FOREVER?  including public places. WTF!

 I heard the news over the radio the other day and found some info in CNN but I was too busy to blog about it and find time today to say my piece.

But I can't stay quiet for a long time and here's what I've got to say..

To all the adults living in Singapore I am disgusted by you and I pity you at the same time.  You don't own the world and you will not be forever young or live forever.  You may be ruling this lifetime but when you reach a certain age that you can no longer walk and nobody is there to give you the love and care you need, remember what you did today.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Woodrose Open School Event

Moms! You are all invited to the Woodrose Open School Event in Ayala Alabang.

Start and end date and time - Every Tuesday of January (Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25) and February (Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22) 2011 from 8:00am to 10:00am

This is an Orientation on Woodrose School's Academic and Mentoring Programs plus School Tour perfect for those who live in the south and wants to find a better option for their kids education.

If you are interested please call these numbers to schedule your visits. Landline: 8506380 to 83 local 120 or 152; Mobile- 0918-9281553 or email  woodrose@parefwoodrose.edu.ph for your inquiries.

You can also check out the Woodrose event Facebook page and the Woodrose website for more details.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Earthlingorgeous.com 3rd Blogversary Birthday Giveaway!

Its my mother blogs 3rd year anniversary and I wanna celebrate with a bang! I'm giving away products amounting to Php33K plus a raffle of items like a printer, microwave oven, dvd player and mp3 player on the mini-party itself!

For more details check out Earthlingorgeous.com 3rd Blogversary Birthday Giveaway post!

Happy New Year!

Earthlingorgeous.com 3rd Blogversary Birthday Giveaway