If there’s one thing we noticed in the recent holiday celebration, it’s that Filipinos have started going out of their homes to celebrate the holidays.
And for many, the most enjoyable, convenient and truly magical destination is SM Supermalls, a one-stop shop, and Wonderland, a place where they can do exciting activities and celebrate with family and friends.
We can’t predict when a natural disaster will happen and in some cases, it cannot be controlled. But it doesn’t mean that we can’t take precautionary steps to help us during one. Thus Solane, the country’s leading LPG solutions provider, reiterates its Dapat Lang advocacy campaign – emphasizing the importance of doing the right thing for the family, for others, and society as a whole – through these tips to ensure everyone’s safety during natural disasters:
I prayed for a blessed 2018 because there were too many problems and misfortunes the past year. I want to start afresh in some areas of my life, so I pray that 2018 will be good to me. I will also try to spread good vibes every single day and impart knowledge and tips to my readers plus surround myself with good-hearted people so I will not be swayed to do harm to others. How about you? How do you ensure good fortune in 2018?
One of the things that you should do is have more time with your family. Take for example, what Edu and Luis Manzano did this first quarter of the year. They teamed up with a father and son tv commercial for Shakey’s. They appear in the newest advertisement where Edu is dressed in polka dots from head-to-toe, while Luis debunks this popular belief and shows his dad how to truly get lucky this New Year – by availing Shakey’s hottest 2018 Meal Deal.
Books are a great tool to impart knowledge and values to our children. It’s also a way to introduce them to the big world. Choosing which books to give to your children is vital, especially if they are still in their formative years.
Nowadays, the internet has a huge impact on children. Nevertheless, parents still have other tools they can use in teaching values to their kids. A helpful tool is a good book that children will enjoy reading. But with so many children’s books available in the bookstores, it can be a challenge for parents to choose the right book.
Hiyas, OMF Literature’s imprint on children’s books, assists parents by publishing books that help children form healthy habits and grow in Godly character. Plus, the books are fun to read! Hiyas offers a wide selection of books on different topics, ranging from books on values and health to Bible stories and activity books.
Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. recently lent its support to the “My Dream in a Shoebox” Gift-Giving Day activity for the benefit of the Payatas Orione Foundation. The event was held at the Mother of Divine Providence church grounds located in Payatas, Quezon City.
Essilor, the world’s leading ophthalmic optics company, recently celebrated the inauguration of Essilor Shared Services Philippines Inc. (ESSPI), a global Information Technology and Finance Shared Services organization supporting Essilor’s global locations on a 24/7 capability.
Located in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, the new shared services office received a level three certification from Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) for both IT Development and Services. It provides robust shared services for IT applications, infrastructure, e-commerce, digital solutions, and finance to support the Essilor business all over the world.
At CES 2018, Vivo shows the world the first ready-to-produce smartphone featuring in-display fingerprint scanning technology, demonstrating its continued commitment to bringing an extraordinary user experience to consumers. This latest fingerprint scanning technology delivers a whole new mobile experience by enabling users to unlock their smartphone through one-touch fingerprint scanning directly on the smartphone display while solving the industry’s challenge of providing a better and more convenient fingerprint authentication experience in future smartphones.
A mother will do anything for her children – this is a proven fact. That’s why even though the separation caused by working overseas is painful, she must endure and sacrifice for the sake of her family. It’s not easy for the children as well, that’s why MoneyGram International went an extra mile and created the MoneyGram Idol Award.
One of MoneyGram Idol Awardees is Johmary Martinez, whose mother embodies the sacrifices of every OFW who has left their children behind in their motherland in order to prepare a better future for them.
Behind every LBC transaction, there is an agent all too willing to assist, and a customer who pays back thru simple words of gratitude.
This is the continuing saga of Aming Ligaya, LBC’s monthly thrust of making commendable agents and their customers meet face to face so they can personally thank each other after a job well fulfilled.
Recently, Esper Tabamo, who has been working as an LBC Agent for almost three years, was able to meet in person Luzviminda Banas, a businesswoman who felt very thankful for the stellar service she was given. Banas, a regular patron of LBC, recalls calling the hotline to follow up on the status of her shipment of souvenir items. What made it stressful for her, then, was that she lost the receipt of her transaction and couldn’t provide the tracking number. It was only when Tabamo handled her concern that her worries were laid to rest.
Pinoys are known to spend more time on the net. Online workers like me spend most of our waking hours on the net. Our usual problems? Backaches and really tired eyes or dry eyes at the end of the day. I work 10 hours or more each day, gazing always at the monitor, no fun at all but it helps pay the bills.
Dry Eyes Syndrome is a common condition that occurs when your tears are unable to provide adequate lubrication for your eyes. Tears can be inadequate for many reasons. For example, dry eyes may occur if you don’t produce enough tears or if you produce poor-quality tears. DES signs and symptoms, which usually affect both eyes, may include a stinging, burning or scratchy sensation in your eyes; stringy mucus in or around your eyes; sensitivity to light; eye redness; a sensation of having something in your eyes; difficulty wearing contact lenses; difficulty with nighttime driving; watery eyes; and blurred vision or eye fatigue.