Learning to paint with The Virtual Instructor

Last year was a year of learning for me. I took the opportunity to register for some online classes, including The Watercolour Workshop by The Virtual Instructor, Matthew Fussel, on Udemy. I fell in love with watercolour four years ago, but my progress has been slow. I started with brush lettering, but later on felt more inclined to paint pictures. I’ll always be thankful to my friend, Alelie, who first taught me how to paint watercolours. I never thought I’d ever be able to paint, but here I am. The Watercolour Workshop on Udemy The Watercolour Workshop cost me $11.99 […]

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My One Word for 2021: Reconnect

I’ve been trying to come up with my first blog for a few days now, but nothing substantial would come to mind. If you know me by now, you know I am intentional in most everything I do, so I ditched my initial efforts until my mind was clear on where I want to go with this. I’ve seen the usual One Word for the Year posts so I thought I’d go with that. It’s not something I usually do but any year is as good as any to start over. Now, to come up with my One Word, I […]

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Tuloy ang Buhay with AIA Philam Life Share the Love and Give Back Campaign

Can you believe it? Tomorrow, we bid 2020 goodbye and make a toast to 2021. Has it really been 9 months since the pandemic has stricken our nation? To most people, 2020 is the worst of times. Covid had caused deaths that left widows and orphans behind, shut down businesses, taken away sources of income for many families, and have denied our children from enjoying the outdoors. Mahatma Gandhi once said that “In the midst of darkness, light persists.” And I think that while 2020 appears to be a really terrible year, we have also seen the good in humanity. […]

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Break the Habit and #PledgeToDoubleCheck what you serve your family

Food should be enjoyed, I agree. I love seeing my kids happily munching their food and drinks, and it gives me great pleasure when I see my husband loving his meals. But I’ve learned along the way that having a great time with food isn’t enough. Did you know that the food you eat has plenty to do with your body’s state and condition? If you’re feeling sluggish – that’s food. If you’re feeling weak – that can be food. If you find yourself in a bad mood –  food’s involved, believe it or not. I say it again, food […]

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How to start your own locksmithing business

No matter whether you’re a professional looking to strike out for themselves, a motivated amateur, or anything in-between – starting a business can be incredibly challenging. Taking the time to ask key questions about your proposed company, market, and personal skills is absolutely. And, once you get up and running, you can find yourself in one of the most rewarding jobs in the world. So, what should you think about when it comes to starting your business and exactly what training do you potentially need? What questions should I ask? Have I got the right training?: Securing accreditations and regular […]

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