Forever Love: Leaving a legacy for your children with AIA Philam Life

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One of the things that I have become increasingly aware of when I became a mother is my mortality and how it affects my children should anything happen to me. Growing up, the most I’ve been taught about preparing for my financial future was to save a portion of my money and put it in… Continue reading Forever Love: Leaving a legacy for your children with AIA Philam Life

Travel un-optioned

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Traveling is relatively new to our family. Of course, the idea to travel wasn’t, but it took us a bit of time before we could actually get the plans going. We’ve been wanting to travel abroad and learn foreign cultures, but we realised it’s easier to start locally, after all, there are still a lot… Continue reading Travel un-optioned

3 Practical Reasons to use drones in construction

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Isn’t technology wonderful? My husband and I appreciate technology very much since both our works are dependent on it. My husband does production work for the church (so yeah, for those who’ve been confused about what he does, he works for our church, but not as a pastor, but as Music Director and Producer for… Continue reading 3 Practical Reasons to use drones in construction

4 Things to check before you hire your moving company

When I worked for Choc Chip Digital, a web development and marketing company in Australia, one of my tasks included writing blogs for one of our clients who happens to run a boutique moving company. It was because of that particular task that I learned that there are actually professionally-trained movers that help you transport… Continue reading 4 Things to check before you hire your moving company

Coffee, Me and James T

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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… Continue reading Coffee, Me and James T