Showing posts from February, 2012

On Travel: My Vision Board


A vision board is simply a visual representation or collage of the things that you want to have, be, or do in your life. It consists of a poster or foam board with cut-out pictures, drawings and/or writing on it of the things that you want in your life or the things that you want to become. The purpose of a vision board is to activate the law of attraction to begin to pull things from your external environment that will enable you to realize your dream. By selecting pictures and writing that charges your emotions with feelings of passion, you will begin to manifest those things into your life. (source)
I am a firm believer of the power of creating a Vision Board simply because it works for me. The magic of attracting what you want to have, what you want to become, want to do and where you want to go. It's surprising how this simple board when after created and when regularly seen, can work wonders. I can't tell you how many of the cut out pictures I ma…

Tuna Pasalubong at Koronadal's Citra Mina Seafood Market

For those of you who want to bring home some fresh frozen tuna, I very much recommend a place highly popular down south of the Philippines, Citra Mina. With products caught from the waters of Celebs Sea and South Western Pacific, Citra Mina promises you'll have the best catch served to your dining table.

My One Hour Passport Renewal Experience

I could still remember the first time I walked in at the Department of Foreign Affairs in Roxas Boulevard, Pasay to apply for my first ever passport, I was still with ABS-CBN back then. It took me and ate Nanette, our Associate Producer only a day to get our green passport as our tv program needed to shoot some scenes on an Asian Cruise and would be needing the passport the soonest possible time. We just handed the DFA Officer a memo from our Executive Producer, submitted a couple of requirements and wholla, Philippine passport in just one day! I'm so glad we were spared of the regular strenuous process one has to undergo. Yes, working in TV Production has that huge benefit.

Protect Yourself on the Road

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.A few years back, while I'm on one of my usual flight back to my province down south, I found myself lying in bed hospitalized and confined for three days because of contaminated water.  After that dreadful experience, I always make sure to bring my medicine kit with me wherever I go. Funny thing is, my backpack serves not only my house but also my hospital for the entire duration of my succeeding trips.  As you can see, unexpected things may happen to travelers on the road - accidents and infections that may stress not only our physical selves but also our travel fund. Keeping these things in mind, preparing for the worst may save us from a possible holiday disaster.  In line with this post, Walgreens is offering a special discount on annual membership for its Prescription Savings Club:…
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