Blog Posts - Personal Experience



How To Organize Yourself For An Overseas Trip

While listening to the downpour outside and sitting in the cozy confines of my little office, procrastination is definitely at its finest. I really must be working on my luggage but every time I take a bit of a hesitant glance at it I become anxious...
by Blue Lace Agate on Jun 7, 2016

Living Out Loud

Growing up in a multicultural family I was always fascinated by the many different cultures around the world. Over the years this fascination turned into dreams which in turn quickly developed into life goals of mine to travel the world. I was instan...
by Blue Lace Agate on Jun 3, 2016

How Personal Experience Changes Business Blogging

Personal Experience Connects the World Personal experience in life and the world that surrounds us allows us to grow and develop on and individual basis. This is especially true for our customers, but in some instances there is a gap that separates a...
by MSM Playbook on Apr 4, 2016

Job Interviews Tips: 3 questions to a Swedish recruiter! Part1

Meeting a recruiter is a greater chance to find out more about job interviews and job market. I had the pleasure to meet Magdalena who works in a recruiting company and to find out what recruiters are looking for. Follow the next 3 questions for more...
by Let’s Build Our Future on Feb 26, 2016

My Battle with Bell's Palsy, Work and Life

Life cannot be a straight line.  You cannot enjoy happiness everyday for there are people that will ruin that and there are problems and hindrances that will challenge you each day.  From 2011-2013, I can say I have a challenging but stable life I...
by The Delano Observer on Oct 22, 2015

A Hero's Story: Meet Rafa

Rafa,, my Hero Of D Day Less than a month ago, I was invited to "Share a Story, Save the World".  It is a Volunteers Meetup organized by Hero Of D Day and CSR World.  It was an extraordinary evening full of sharing experiences of volun...

Behind These Smiles: The masks we wear in our life

Most of you would probably think that I am okay and well you are right I am okay.  I am okay because I think I can survive all the challenges that I am facing in my life and I believe that there will come a time when everything will be alright.

Why Stock Market Investing Could Slow Down Your Quest to Financial Independence

…especially if you’re doing it wrong. Investing, especially in the stock market, helps us multiply what we already have. That’s the reason it is an automatic option (or should be) to place our hard...
by Mutual Fund PH on Jun 28, 2014

A dream and a reason to soar high like Sky Solaire

Everyone has a dream and everyone has a reason to have that dream.  I am a single dad to 3 kids with a loveble girl whom I love so much.  The dream to fly and visit a destination in the Philippines and to relax somehow is for me one of the most exc...
by The Delano Observer on Jun 28, 2014

Crossroads of Life: Ironic Circumstances

Today, I have 100 pesos left in my wallet and I can't help but think what am I doing wrong to arrived at this juncture of lie.  I have not paid house rent for 2 months and is in danger of eviction, has outstanding electricity and water bill and to m...

Garage – Stephen’s Maruti Suzuki Omni

Purchased August 2006 Efficiency 11.5 kmpl (City), 14 kmpl (highway) Expenses 18 services, whose costs were not more than Rs.1500 each. Mileage 39,783 kms For Reliability, ability to take abuse, ability to pull large loads, spacious interior, cheap m...
by Bharath Autos on Jan 16, 2014

A Breast Lift in Thailand. Cosmetic Surgery Yanhee Hospital Bangkok

My experience of having a breast lift procedure done at Yanhee Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand. This...

Cosmetic Surgery Yanhee Hospital. A Breast Lift Procedure in Thailand

My experience of having a breast lift procedure done at Yanhee Hospital Bangkok. This post is about...

Cosmetic Surgery Yahnee Hospital. A Breast Lift Procedure in Thailand

My experience of having a breast lift procedure done at Yahnee Hospital Bangkok. This post is about...

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A CRIPPLE PART I

I know, I know, most people have broken some part of their limbs while playing or at work, either way, each one of us has their own experience at it, some bad and some good but the one thing that does not change is that it is a humbling experience. O...
by Diary of a Spoiled Diva on Aug 28, 2013

Barangay Mangagoy and Ponso

It is rare opportunity to visit Brgy. Mangagoy. If not of my friend, Venessa, I may not be able to land on Mangagoy and no chance to meet Ponso. By the way, Barangay Mangagoy is located in Bislig, Surigao del Sur. It is dubbed as "little city within...
by veta897 on Jul 27, 2013

Life Quotes from Shen: Rejection

“Have you had a failure or rejection? You could get bitter. That's one way to deal with it. Or...you could just get BETTER. What do you think?” ― Destiny Booze Have you experienced rejection in your life?  Well you are not human if y...

A Single Dad's Dilemma (Understanding Your Parents 4)

So I get to write when I am in the mood and when I am feeling better.  I guess we can just start looking at the other side of what we are thinking and feel better.  I believe that there are lots of single dad's out there like me and their ordeal as...

Are you THE MAN WHO CAN'T BE MOVED?

There is a song that I tagged as among my most favorite.  This song was entitled, "The Man Who Can't Be Moved," and was sang by The Script.  I like it because the song reflects a common problem in relationships, specially if someone left...
by Ordinary People, Ordinary Day on Jun 20, 2013

My Eye Opening Experience as a PTI Tabdeeli Razakar.

For a writer it is very easy to play with words, to spread a message, to motivate people, theoretically. But all my life I had waited for an opportunity, to actually do something practical, this always has been a part of me, this is the reason I am a...
by Finding Neverland on May 5, 2013


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