The new normal has changed the routines of families at home. With most family members working or attending classes from home, stay-at-home moms — who usually take the lead in taking care of the entire household — most likely has little time for herself.
Good news for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who want to start a business in the Philippines! Solane, the country’s leading LPG solutions provider, is supporting OFWs by offering a great business opportunity amid these trying times with the Kabayan Negosyo Package, an LPG business with affordable start-up capital and a stable, additional income.
As students prepare to take their classes online for their safety amid the pandemic, it is important to keep them fueled and motivated for school. To help boost their creativity and learning, Solane, the country’s leading LPG solutions provider, suggests smart tips for creative snacks that are perfect for study breaks:
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:
We still use LPG at home and you can’t imagine how paranoid I am when it comes to using that. You know, maid forgets to turn off the stove as well as the gas tank, hubby turns off the stove but not the tank, me forgetting the same sometimes. It’s of utmost importance to check it after they use it. As for me, I go back several times a day to check and again a few times at night and sometimes wee hours. Lol, yeah I’m super paranoid!