Coffee, Me and James T

Cabin fever is one of the things we struggle with nowadays, especially that we’ve been on quarantine for almost 8 months now. Even during the shift to GCQ (General Community Quarantine) where some of the restrictions set were loosened, we still feel…well, constricted. You see, we’re tiny living in Manila, at a unit that’s 70 steps through a small, narrow alley, up a hill. There are no yards to move about at here. When the lockdown happened, the landlady decided to construct the unit on the other side of our floor. Each floor of this building is only the size […]

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5 Gutter Cleaning Tips You Must Know

If people were to finally understand the importance of properly cleaning their gutters, there would be far less property damage and far less injuries. When the fall season comes, everybody should get prepared for doing this type of cleaning, so that their roofs are ready for the winter and snow that’s ahead. Of course, you can just leave everything as it is and not clean a thing, but that will probably cost you some repair money afterwards. Now, since we cannot all be gutter cleaning experts, I can completely understand why people feel overwhelmed with the whole idea of getting […]

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Balcony Farming in Quarantine

I’ve always wanted to plant vegetables in our mini balcony, but for some reason, my attempts to do so had been futile. Perhaps it’s because I’ve been too busy attending to so many things and I haven’t really had the time to pamper and nurture my plants. Because really, one of the things I’ve learned in balcony farming is that these plants need proper attention, caring, nurturing, and yes, sometimes, spoiling! But I’ll get to that in a bit ’cause I’ve got quite a mouthful to say about that last part, haha! I see many plantitos and plantitas on Facebook, […]

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The Best Quiet Paper Shedder on The Market

Some companies have needed to protect their documentation because of various reasons like working with sensitive material. These documents may have personal company details on them or they are just trying to save space and going paperless or digital and do not need hard copies of documents anymore. Nowadays everything goes onto the Cloud, so there is no need to create hard copies in all instances. Thus, getting rid of them via means of shredding, is the way to go. Shredders can range from your typical top loaders, to cross-cut devices that can make it difficult for anyone to put […]

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How to Open a Fun Savers Club Account at Metrobank

I sent my 9-year old off to Metrobank to open a Fun Savers Club bank account last July 17. He was accompanied by his dad. He recently bagged a project as a voice talent for an insurance ad, and I thought it was only right that the check be in his name and deposited in his own bank account – just like his 12-year old brother, Pablo, when he played roles in a couple of musicals. We chose Metrobank simply because Pablo’s receivables were in Metrobank checks, and because they accept checks under the child’s name. We originally opened a […]

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