Friday, August 31, 2018

My visit to Figaro Sta. Cruz

I visited Figaro Sta. Cruz Laguna branch. It is one jeepney ride from DLTB bus terminal Sta Cruz. It is near Pedro Guevarra Highschool. The ambience and lighting inside is good. Most of the paint is yellow and white which makes the store look lively. It has aircon and wifi inside. The pastries and cakes are displayed. There is a variety of food you can choose from. It is not only a coffee shop but you can also eat meals with rice. It is Filipino owned so it is no surprise that there are meals with rice.

I like their menu book because it is very presentable and the food have very nice pictures. It was easier for me to select.

For lunch ordered Bbq Pork Belly (P249).  It comes with a lemonade drink and custard caramel. The prices are reasonable and affordable. It is a good thing that they served the meal with spoon, fork and knife. The meat can’t be sliced using just spoon and fork. I also had a quite hard time slicing it using the fork but when I chew it, it is not hard.

For merienda I ordered Forest Blueberry drink (P140) and Baked ham and cheese (P135). I like the baked ham and cheese because it has pizza sauce. I had Blueberry cheesecake for take out (P135). It is creamy and its sweetness is just enough.

There are seats outside. Customers who want to eat outside the store can have shade because of the yellow big umbrellas. The staff are kind and friendly. There is also a couch area inside the store. This corner is perfect for those who want to relax and feel at home.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Natasha 25 na Tayo: Anniversary Concert

A successful fashion show –concert was held last August 25 as celebration of Natasha doing 25 years of direct selling. Clothes of brands Freego, Mr. Lee, Mosaic, Disney Kids, Petrol and Tru were also shown through a fashion show.  Amazing performances were rendered by Piolo Pascual, Moonsar88, Aegis, Moira, Inigo Pascual, Gracenote, Neocolours, Jet Pangan, Sue Ramirez, Ian Veneracion, Shanti Dope and Andrew E. DJ Arra played beats and remixes in some parts of the fashion show. Elisse Joson, McCoy de Leon, Jessy Mendiola, Manuoevers, Hashtag and Adlib Kids had dance performances. Bela Padilla and EJ Falcon made appearances in the fashion show parts. The event was hosted by Robi Domingo. I was surprised with the electronic raffle because the prize is P25,000 to randomly selected ticket holders.

It was a night with the stars but the true stars are the direct sellers and managers of Natasha. Members who have been active for years told their stories via two videos. They shared stories of how they conquered the ups and downs of doing business and how Natasha helped them have better income.

At the end of the concert an announcement was made that The Natasha online shopping app will soon be available. Orders will be directed to the branch the buyer wants and not solely to the company. With this app selling and buying will be easier. Also the need to send hard copies of brochures to customers will be less. This is one of the ways Natasha proves that it can adapt to the modernization of shopping.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

The Freelancer Fair 2018: Helping Freelancers Up Their Game

What exactly does it mean to be a freelancer? What does an aspiring freelancer do? Is it for me? How would you scale and brand your business? These questions are major roadblocks for many who want to become a freelancer. "My #1 tip for freelancers is to NETWORK!" -Marvin de Leon.

We strive to build a community of support and networking who can guide you through your road to becoming a freelancer. Well, you're in luck! The Freelancer Fair is here to give you tips of the trade to make sure you UP YOUR GAME this 2018. Who knows you can meet your future business partner or long-term friend here too.

The Freelancer Fair is here to shorten the learning curve of becoming a freelancer and
ultimately give you the guide to achieve FREEDOM as a freelancer. Freelancers have the flexibility of creating their own schedule, removing the boring '9-5' corporate job, and increasing potential to become a top earner in your field. Freelancers are their own boss, which can be a pro or a huge con. You have a major responsibility to yourself to always grow your brand.

Here are some amazing topics we will cover this year

● The evolution of a freelancer: From Newbie to top earner
● Maximizing online tools for freelancing, ie Social Media
● Design excellence
● Achieving success and happiness in freelancing
● Time management
● How to manage and juggle time on a being a mom, a wife, and a freelancer

This year, Manila Workshops , with the support of the Department of Information
Communications and Technology (DICT) and Digital Career Advocates of the Philippines (DCAP), will be holding the 3rd Freelancer Fair on August 25,2018 starting at 9am, to be held at the Metrotent, Metrowalk commercial complex, Meralco Ave. Ortigas, Pasig City. The theme for this year’s full-day event is UP YOUR GAME. As its the third year of the Freelancer Fair, we believe the Filipino freelancers are prepared to elevate their skills and be ready to compete in a global scale.

"Visibility creates opportunity. The day you accept this and take action will be the day
EVERYTHING changes for you." -Nix Eniego, Social Media Academy.

We challenge you to come to the event and expose your brand. Position yourself with positive, amazing people who have raised their game to the highest potential. Want to know how to get on your A-game, then purchase your ticket now.

We strive to build a community of support and networking. Who knows you can meet your future business partner or long-term friend here too! Come and absorb the great positive culture at The Freelancer Fair.

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Don't forget if you bring a friend or group you will receive a deep discount. Online tickets will be available until Thursday. Walk-in attendees will be accepted (only regular ticket rates will be available for purchase). There will be a play area for entertainment for the kids sponsored by Kara Mia. Just in case you would like to read more about freelancer, here is a great article to read before the fair!

RISE OF THE FREE: FREELANCE PROFESSIONALS FOR THE WIN! (The Freelancer Fair 2017) More people are quitting their job

*About The Freelancer Fair:

The Freelancer Fair is an annual event started last by Manila Workshops, headed by the team’s CEO – Ginger Arboleda , a former employee, freelancer and now a serial entrepreneur / technopreneur, and mom blogger. The Freelancer Fair was built especially for aspiring and existing freelancers, companies, brands and organizations who want to support the Philippines’ freelancing industry.


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Monday, August 20, 2018

Natasha celebrates 25th anniversary with fashion show-concert

 In celebration of their 25th anniversary, Natasha – one of the country’s top direct selling company – will host an anniversary concert called “Ikaw ang Star” on August 25, 2018 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Natasha’s 25th Anniversary Concert: Ikaw ang Star will be a night of celebration to thank its members in making the company shine over the years.

Natasha will deliver a night of wonderful music from popular artists from the past and present, and showcase the trendiest styles in fashion today through a fashion show concert.

Natasha’s ambassadors: Piolo Pascual, Bela Padilla, Ejay Falcon, Jessy Mendiola, Sue Ramirez, Elisse Joson and McCoy de Leon, will grace the anniversary concert to personally thank the Natasha members for their continuous support.

The concert will showcase talents of Filipino artists from different generations in the likes of Maneouvres, Neocolours, Andrew E, Moonstar88, Gracenote, Shanti Dope, DJ Arra, Moira, and other surprise guests.

El Gamma Penumbra, Asia’s Got Talent Season 1 Grand Champion, will also perform at the event to showcase the colorful history of Natasha.

Apart from the concert itself, Natasha will also have mix of pre-concert activities such as the Stars Walk of Fame, a photo exhibit showcasing the past 25 years, a Rookie Membership mini event.

This event is made possible by its major sponsors: Freego, Disney, and Petrol; minor sponsors: Shoetech General Mdsg Inc., Nonito Shoes and Bags Inc., New York Gear Footwear Haus, Mylene Garment Manufacturing Corp., B T T Fashion Enterprises, Accuwork, David’s Salon, Velprint, The House Printer, Printwell, Monte Cruz Enterprises Inc., Sprintasia (La Colors), Unilab, Inc. (Ceelin, Enervon Syrup), Ulssi (Myra & PH Care), Nivea, Tiki-Tiki, Lex Media Digital, Or’s Clothingtech Corp., Solea Shoes Manufacturing, Maxl Enterprises, and Soleace Trading Corp.; and media partner:

Tickets to the anniversary concert are available in select Natasha branches.

For more information, visit the Natasha official Facebook page at

Friday, August 17, 2018

World-class natural remedy for Filipina beauty & wellness expert’s crowning glory

Hair loss is a concern for both men and women. It can have a devastating effect to anyone who experiences it. 

According to Web MD, the average adult head has about 100,000 to 150,000 strands of hair and loses up to 100 of them a day, which is normal. As people age, their rate of hair growth slows, and they can experience losing more than hundreds of strands which is quite alarming. So what can you do to prevent it? 

For beauty and wellness expert, Cory Quirino, embracing wellness is the first step to help improve the hair’s condition and make people look younger.

“If you choose to have a wellness lifestyle, then expect wonderful changes such as radiant skin, energy, and a general sense of well-being,” she emphasizes. “In time, you will realize that you have successfully delayed the aging process.”

The beauty and wellness expert says that choosing wellness as a lifestyle includes eating nutritious food, exercising, getting a good sleep, drinking generous amounts of water, managing stress, getting enough sunshine, and above all, staying positive. 

On top of a daily healthy regimen, a supplement is necessary to maintain a healthy hair and scalp. Many people opt to use chemical-based products. But for her, the use of natural products is a must and the best solution for hair loss.

“There are hair treatment products in the market today that claim to be effective but their ingredients could contain chemicals that may prove harmful with long-term use,” she enthuses. “Choose natural. Say NO to harsh chemicals and let nature do the makeover,” she emphasizes.

Natural ingredients such as virgin coconut oil (VCO) and aloe vera are loaded with beneficial properties, which boost the health of the scalp and hair. These and much more natural herbs and essential oils can be found in NOVUHAIR, a topical scalp lotion with 19 natural ingredients that work in synergy to help prevent hair loss, which the beauty and wellness expert approves of.

“Even if I have been blessed with thick hair, I know that it has to be cared for,” she maintains. “I use NOVUHAIR topical scalp lotion once daily in the evening before bedtime. Next morning, I apply it on my scalp again, then a shampoo after 30 minutes. Those who wish to further thicken the hair, it is a must to also use the shampoo and conditioner daily.”
Eventually, she noticed impressive effects after using this breakthrough product: significant lessening of hair fall, abundant growth of tress, and the return of locks’ luster.

Apart from being effective, it’s a very safe solution, too. A local clinical study has proven that NOVUHAIR has no adverse side effects with continuous use. 

Moreover, NOVUHAIR is not just for those who experience hair loss. Younger people, especially the millennials, can use it for maintenance or prevention if hair loss runs in the family.

Cory recommends NOVUHAIR to everyone, especially to those who want to maintain their hair the best way they can. For her, this globally-competitive natural product answers the needs of a discriminating, health-conscious public.

Born on August 11, the granddaughter of the late Philippine President Elpidio Quirino is an author, and television and radio host. She has been a strong advocate for natural health, beauty, and wellness for more than two decades.

“Twenty years ago, it was as simple a goal as weight loss. But when I saw the dramatic effect it had on my vitality and complexion, I knew that this was the good path to take. For those who wish the same things I wanted then, this would be just as easy to embrace,” Cory recalls. 

She wrote a series of best-seller books entitled “Forever Young”, which feature beauty and health tips as well as her own workout programs. Likewise, she also made a fitness video called “Cory Quirino’s Celebrity Workout for Beginners”.

For her, living in the 21st century has its challenges. She says: “The best way to live long and be well is to live a natural life.” 

Truly, for a natural woman like Cory, her crowning glory deserves nothing but a world-class natural remedy that is NOVUHAIR.

NOVUHAIR is available at Mercury Drug and other leading drugstores nationwide. You may also have the product delivered right at your doorstep through Lazada at

For more information, contact NOVUHAIR hotlines at 413.6570 and 0922.8830575, visit, and Facebook Page: Novuhair Official. #choosenatural #ichoosenatural #novuhair #naturalwoman

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

The 3rd IoT Summit Philippines: Future Technology

Now on its third year, the Internet of Things Summit Philippines is an annual gathering and showcase of IoT technology in the country. It is undeniable that technology makes the world simpler. People today have more positive view of how technology is affecting their lives. Based on the survey by Nielsen, more than 74 percent feel that new technology makes their lives easier. People are not just using technology to communicate but they also use it in making transactions. It is technology that gives businesses the opportunities to go beyond. It also help in making cities stay connected and smart. With the rise of technology, Internet of Things or simply "IoT" is indeed the “Next Big Thing” in the world of innovation.

The 3rd IoT Summit will be held on August 17 and 18, 2018 at the Megatrade Hall 3, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

The summit will focus on how we can maximize our knowledge in technology related to Internet of Things. It includes a conference divided into six tracks: Connected City, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Privacy and Security, Machine Learning and Wearables with experts from across the industry led by USEC. Monchito Ibrahim from the Department of Information and Communications Technology.

Aside from the conference, they conducted an IoT Robotics Workshop last  July 14 at the PLDT Innolab, Mandaluyong City, facilitated by PhilRobotics and Egizmo Mechatronix. The course outline of the workshop includes Introduction to Arduino, Arduino Programming Workshop, PBOT Programming, Building the Sumobot and Sumobot Battle. This workshop aims to give the knowledge to learn the basics of building a Sumobot in just a day. Participated in by kids and adults  with zero knowledge in Robot programming and Arduino.

The 3rd IoT Summit Philippines is organized by Red Wizard Events Technology and presented by Smart, PLDT Enterprise, Globaltronics, MiGuard and Unionbank of the Philippines. This is also co-presented by Accenture Technology, United Neon, ChatbotPH and Intel in partnership with the Department of Information and Communications Technology, National ICT Confederation of the Philippines and IoT Technology Inc.

For more information about the conference you check or call the secretariat at (02) 218 9023 or at 09179048777 and 09209734926

Friday, August 10, 2018

A New Home of Hope for Cancer Patients at The Medical City

Premier health institution The Medical City (TMC) yesterday launched its Augusto P. Sarmiento Cancer Institute (APSCI), named after its Chairman of the Board and one of the country’s top surgical oncologists.

APSCI Director Dr. Daniel M. Alonzo, APSCI Deputy Director Dr. Beatrice Tiangco, SVP for the Medical Services Group Dr. Eugenio Jose F. Ramos, President and CEO Dr. Alfredo R. A. Bengzon, Chairman of the Board Dr. Augusto P. Sarmiento, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Jose Xavier B. Gonzales, and APSCI Deputy Director Dr. Manuel Francisco Roxas

One of the highlights of the launch was the unveiling of the APSCI signage and historical marker at the 8th Floor Nursing Tower, TMC in Ortigas, Pasig City. A short program followed at the main lobby where a grand exhibit is mounted featuring the institute’s brand of cancer care.

APSCI exhibit at the main lobby of The Medical City Main in Ortigas, Pasig City

The event was graced by TMC President and CEO Dr. Alfredo R. A. Bengzon, Senior Vice President for the Medical Services Group Dr. Eugenio Jose F. Ramos, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Jose Xavier B. Gonzales, APSCI Director Dr. Daniel M. Alonzo and Deputy Directors Drs. Beatrice Tiangco and Manuel Francisco Roxas, TMC doctors, managers, and staff, patient partners, and the honoree, Dr. Augusto P. Sarmiento.

TMC Chairman of the Board Dr. Augusto P. Sarmiento

About Dr. Augusto P. Sarmiento

Dr. Sarmiento graduated from the University of the Philippines in April 1948. From September to March 1949, he worked as a Junior Parasitologist under the Schistomiasis Control Program of the Department of Health.

He then became a first year resident at the UP-Philippine General Hospital, Department of Obstetrics. Dr. Sarmiento used his Obstetrics residency training as his gateway to get into the Department of Surgery where he started his surgical residency in early 1950s.

Upon completion of his surgical residency training in 1954, like many other graduates of various medical specialties, he flew to the USA to pursue more advanced surgical training.

In 1955, an opportunity came to Dr. Sarmiento to be trained as one of the first Filipino surgical residents at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Valhalla of Cancer Surgery in New York City. He stayed for four years, completing his training under the American surgeon widely regarded as the Father of Head and Neck Surgery, Dr. Hayes Martin. He worked for a time as an associate of Dr. Martin, but decided to return to Manila in 1958.

In Manila, he taught and practiced general and cancer surgery at the PGH and at two other hospitals. In 1967, he moved his practice along with several overseas trained UP doctors to join Dr. Agerico B. M. Sison in a small hospital in Mandaluyong City. It was named the ABM Sison Hospital, in honor of their mentor. The ABM Sison was later renamed The Medical City and the rest is history. TMC celebrated its 50th year anniversary last year.

“I am pleased and humbled to have the Cancer Institute of The Medical City named after me and I am accepting this honor for and on behalf of the people who have gone ahead of us, who had given great ideas and a lot of their time to help us get to where we are now. What we are doing now is just add-ons to the great work they had already started,” said Dr. Sarmiento.

Dr. Beatrice Tiangco, APSCI Deputy Director; Dr. Daniel MAlonzo, APSCI Director; TMC President and CEO Dr. Alfredo R. A. Bengzon; Chairman of the Board Dr. Augusto P. Sarmiento; Dr. Manuel Francisco Roxas, APSCI Deputy Director, and Senior Vice President for the Medical Services Group Dr. Eugenio Jose F. Ramos

The Medical City’s Augusto P. Sarmiento Cancer Institute

“At the APSCI, we believe in healthcare that nurtures a partnership – one that gives strength, advanced services, and most especially, hope,” says Dr. Alonzo.
The APSCI, according to Dr. Alonzo, is gifted with the inspiration of Dr. Sarmiento and the organizational strength of the TMC institution.

“Thank you for the inspiration Dr. Sarmiento and for being a role model for all of us as we, at APSCI, continue to save lives and improve the quality of life of our patients,” said Dr. Alonzo.

Cancer care at APSCI can be described by 8Cs compassionate, cost-effective, coordinated, collaborative, comprehensive, customized, centered around the patient, and committed.

The APSCI leadership, composed of Dr. Alonzo and deputy directors Drs. Tiangco and Roxas, has started doctor-initiated researches.  They are beefing up their cancer registry, based on patients’ records to find better ways of treatment.      Dr. Alonzo is also looking at training programs for the next generation of cancer specialists.

He admitted there’s still a lot of work to be done at the APSCI but all these quality improvements and innovations are aimed at giving cancer patients the brand of TMC care that they deserve.

“With our personalized programs and treatments, we will engage and support our patients throughout their cancer journey - from nutrition therapy, to pain management, and to palliative care.

For more information about APSCI, you may call 9881000 ext. 6214.


Thursday, August 9, 2018

Converge ICT Gears Up for Nationwide Rollout

Premier pure fiber internet provider taps experienced industry partners to fast-track nationwide rollout, eyes exponential growth with the aim to bring better connectivity for the Philippines

Pasig City, Philippines | 8 August, 2018 — Converge ICT Solutions Inc. announced today that it has intensified efforts to lay the groundwork for a nationwide rollout, seeking to provide its pure fiber internet connectivity for more households and enterprises.

In a strategic partnership with several local and foreign companies such as Korea Telecoms, LSI-Fibernet Konstruk Corporation, and TE Connectivity Subcom, Converge ICT Solutions shared its mission to fast-track the completion of its massive, nationwide network rollout to the public. These efforts are sustained as part of an ongoing campaign spearheaded by Converge to provide an advanced and reliable backbone of internet connectivity for more Filipino households and enterprises.
Chosen for their wide-ranging technical expertise and extensive business portfolios in the IT industry, Converge ICT Solutions´ new partners will help build and deploy the infrastructures necessary to provide pure end-to-end fiber internet connectivity at a nationwide scale. With the combined strength of its partners´ industry credentials and financial backings, Converge is taking bold steps ahead of the curve, leading the way towards building and connecting the Filipino people with better and more reliable internet infrastructures.

This vision is something which Converge President and CEO Dennis Uy firmly believes would serve as a catalyst for social and economic progress, helping everyone from ordinary Filipino netizens trying to connect with loved ones from around the world; to small and medium businesses trying to grow their ideas, as well helping accelerate the Philippine government´s ongoing IT projects designed to serve the Filipino people. With this in mind, Converge´s humble efforts seek to help prepare, lift, and further open the Philippines to global competitiveness, leveraging its unique and strategic position in the burgeoning Asian economy.

“We have set our sights to bring the best internet connectivity by starting in Metro Manila and some key provinces in Luzon. By going nationwide, we can do more rollouts and more installations in other islands in the Philippines, helping more people connect with one another through our infrastructure” Uy shared passionately.

According to Mr. Miles Tonn Chua, Chief Operating Officer of MetroWorks ICT Construction, Inc. (a subsidiary of Converge ICT) the total flow of investments is estimated at US$ 2 billion for the next 5 years. The rollout currently being executed has the potential to reach more than 13 million of the 22 million households nationwide, particularly the major islands situated in Visayas and Mindanao. Chua shared that the project is a 5-year plan, and the network backbones are targeted to be completed by 2021 but would be operational through different phases to enable the project to become complete prior to 2021.

The partnerships are slated to implement both Full Turn Key (FTK) and Semi-Turn Key (STK) approaches, according to Chua. FTK entails an end-to-end approach, which includes supply for imported materials and provides services up to acceptance. The STK approach, on the other hand, is where the Converge Group provides owner-supplied materials, an approach that is practical especially for demographics which include  National Capital Region. The partnership is currently both in ongoing implementation and final negotiation stages.

“With more projects to be completed, it will certainly contribute to the growth of Converge ICT, which is expected to be exponential,” adds Chua.

Chua also bared that they are looking to enter into more partnerships in the future to further improve its service offerings. “What the public is experiencing now as the best internet service, they can also expect that same kind in the next year or two.” the Converge COO shared.

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Some people like to change their hairstyle often.  Trends also affect hairstyles. Some hairstyles are also not applicable in an office setting.  There are many steps you can take to alter the look of hair, although not all are fast acting. You can decide to have a hair cut however if you did not like the outcome it will take you months to change your look again. Hair regrettably cannot re-grow overnight, but you may make it appear enjoy it did.

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Saturday, August 4, 2018

A Helpful Guide to Taiwan False Eyelashes

Me wearing Taiwan false eyelashes 217
There are mainly two kinds of Taiwan false eyelashes that I use for clients- #217 and M14. I also tried using Epsa false eyelashes however the base that binds the lashes together is more wiggly than Taiwan false eyelashes and can’t stick near the lash line properly.

upclose #217 falsies
Taiwan false eyelashes are quality and affordable lashes. You have 10 pairs in a box. I bought around P60-90 per box from my online supplier plus shipping fee. If you buy these from boutiques it will cost around P100-150 depending on the thickness of the lashes. The advantage of buying directly from boutiques is you can choose which box has more uniform looking lashes.

You can use this for entourage or events attendees. Below is a video of me trying it.

If you will compare it to SN 15, it is shorter and more natural looking. SN 15 on the other has really long lashes. It can make the eyes look bigger. You can also use this for brides, proms or pageant contestants. 

SN 15

Me wearing SN 15.

Below is a video of me doing the demo or tutorial.

However I prefer more to use M14 for brides and proms. There are longer lashes than M14 than can be used for pageants.

I used M14 to my makeup client for her prom.
You can also use 218 or 219 for entourage. They are slightly longer than 217.

I hope this blog helps you if you are choosing what you will wear in events or what to use for clients. I honestly don’t wear false eyelashes on an everyday basis or when I attend blogging events. I am thankful for having long lashes. 217 is slightly longer than my lashes. If the event will be a night ball or formal event then I will wear one.

In the future I plan to buy mink lashes or other brands. I always try the products first before applying or trying them to clients so I need to save up since these lashes are more expensive than Taiwan false eyelashes.

If you are curious what false eyelash glue I use, I use Duo white. Before I use Nichido but the ends of falsies won’t stick properly. I would try other brands in the future like Fashion 21 and The Face shop.

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