Wednesday, September 27, 2023

It's 25th anniversary

Happy 25th birthday ๐ŸŽ‚ to Google. ๐Ÿค—

Monday, September 18, 2023

Theater Acting

I started to venture in acting in July 2022 under various productions. On August 19, 2023, I decided to enroll Theater Arts class to further enhance my acting skills in protraying my role, my charactere in a stage play, movie, series, etc. There were eight sessions of class administered by PETA Inc.

For those who want to pursue acting, I highly recommend you to enroll for you to develop the foundation of acting. Certainly, theater arts will widen your world from multiple perspectives, while developing artistic skills and cultivating your capacities for collaboration, critical-thinking, creative problem-solving, and effective communication.

Monday, September 11, 2023

Off-load avoidance this 2023

Reposting this from a Facebook group.

‼️๐ˆ๐–๐€๐’ ๐Ž๐…๐…๐‹๐Ž๐€๐ƒ 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣3️⃣‼️ 

Prepare all requirements! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ 

❓What are the ๐›๐š๐ฌ๐ข๐œ ๐ซ๐ž๐ช๐ฎ๐ข๐ซ๐ž๐ฆ๐ž๐ง๐ญ๐ฌ?
There are two levels of inspection for internationally-bound Filipinos, both conducted by an immigration officer (IO).
In primary inspection, passengers must present basic travel documents:
✅Passport, valid at least six months from the departure date;
✅Valid visa, depending on the destination;
✅ Boarding pass; and
✅ Confirmed return or roundtrip ticket, when necessary

❓What are the ๐š๐๐๐ข๐ญ๐ข๐จ๐ง๐š๐ฅ ๐ฌ๐ฎ๐ฉ๐ฉ๐จ๐ซ๐ญ๐ข๐ง๐  ๐๐จ๐œ๐ฎ๐ฆ๐ž๐ง๐ญ๐ฌ?
There are other documents a traveler may need to show to their IOs, which will vary depending on travel purpose, age, and other details.

๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿป‍♀️Self-funded travels
1️⃣Proof of accommodation
2️⃣Document showing financial capacity or source of income, and 
3️⃣ Proof of employment

๐Ÿ™‹ Sponsored travels

๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ Sponsored by 1st degree relatives (spouse, parents, or children) abroad
1️⃣Original Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued birth or marriage certificate
2️⃣Confirmed roundtrip ticket
Copies of sponsor’s:
3️⃣Valid passport
4️⃣Valid work visa/permit or an equivalent document

๐Ÿ‘ฏ‍♀️Sponsored by other relatives abroad
1️⃣Notarized original Affidavit of Support and Guarantee (AOSG)
2️⃣Confirmed roundtrip ticket
3️⃣Original PSA-issued birth or marriage certificate

๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿผ‍♂️Sponsored by an unrelated foreign national
1️⃣ Notarized original AOSG
2️⃣ Substantial proof of relationship
3️⃣ Confirmed roundtrip 
4️⃣ If a judicial entry, sponsor’s registration paper

๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿพ‍♂️Traveling with an unrelated local sponsor
1️⃣Notarized original AOSG
2️⃣ Substantial proof of relationship
3️⃣ Copy of sponsor’s return ticket

❓Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)
✅ OFWs departing for the first time 
1️⃣ Overseas employment certificate (OEC), or OFW Clearance issued by the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW)
2️⃣Valid and appropriate employment visa, work permit, or any equivalent document 
3️⃣ Employment contract
4️⃣ Visa Usage Undertaking, or Manpower Request specifying visa usage approved or verified by the DMW or Migrant Workers Office (MWO), if applicable

✅ Balik-Manggagawa (BM)
1️⃣Valid and appropriate employment visa, work permit, or any equivalent document
2️⃣OFW Clearance, OEC issued on-site by MWO or Migrant Workers Airport Assistance Center (DMW-MWAAC), or Online BM OEC Exemption, or manually issued OEC
3️⃣Proof of employment, as necessary

✅Direct hires
1️⃣ OEC, e-receipt, or valid OFW Clearance, and
2️⃣ Valid and appropriate employment visa, work permit, or any equivalent document

๐Ÿ‘ฆ๐Ÿป Minors
๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ With married parents, while the mother is accompanying
1️⃣Original Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued birth certificate or report of birth
๐Ÿ‘จ‍๐Ÿ‘ง‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ With married parents, while the mother is not accompanying
1️⃣ Original PSA-issued birth certificate or report of birth
2️⃣ Original PSA-issued marriage certificate

The following are scenarios where travel will require Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Certificates of Clearance or Exemption:

✅ DSWD Travel Clearance Certificate (TCC), if:
    * The parents are unmarried and the minor’s mother is not traveling
    * The minor is accompanied by anyone other than their parents
    * The passenger is over 18 but unable to fully care or protect themselves because of a physical or mental disability or condition
    * The minor is above 13 years old and traveling alone (minors below 13 are prohibited from traveling alone

✅DSWD Certificate of Exemption from TCC, if:
    * The parents are unmarried and the minor is traveling with their biological father who has sole parental authority or legal custody over them
    * The companion is their legal guardian
    * Orphans of married parents traveling with substitute parent/s
    * Orphans of non-married parents and traveling with substitute parent/s or closest maternal relative

✅๐Ž๐…๐– ๐ซ๐ž๐ฅ๐š๐ญ๐ข๐ฏ๐ž๐ฌ, ๐ฌ๐ญ๐ฎ๐๐ž๐ง๐ญ๐ฌ, ๐ฏ๐จ๐ฅ๐ฎ๐ง๐ญ๐ž๐ž๐ซ๐ฌ, ๐š๐ง๐ ๐ฆ๐จ๐ซ๐ž
๐Ÿ‘จ‍๐Ÿ‘ง‍๐Ÿ‘ฆDependent family members joining an OFW at the host country
1️⃣Valid dependent visa or any equivalent document, and
2️⃣Copies of the OFW’s valid visa and OEC, e-receipt, or OFW clearance

๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐ŸŽ“Students under the International Student Affairs Program or Student Internship Abroad Program of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
    * CHED endorsement
๐Ÿง‘‍๐ŸŽ“Students or scholars
    * Acceptance letter from the school or institution abroad
    * Duly notarized affidavit executed by the student or scholar indicating the educational institution, and the duration of the course or program of study
    * Confirmed return or roundtrip ticket consistent with the program duration, if practicable
    * Proof of financial capacity or scholarship
    * Endorsement from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) for Arabic language scholars, if applicable
    * Certification from the school division superintendent for basic education students under an international exchange program, or joining a competition abroad
        * Minors under this category also need a DSWD Travel Clearance Certificate

๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿผ‍♂️ Passengers with prospective employers abroad
    * Confirmed return or roundtrip ticket consistent with travel duration
    * Documents relevant to the purpose of travel, and
    * Duly notarized affidavit executed by the passenger indicating the purpose and duration of travel

๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿป‍♀️ Passengers traveling abroad for compassionate or humanitarian visit to an overseas Filipino
    * Certification from the DMW or the Department of Foreign Affairs specifying the purpose of travel

๐Ÿ™‹ Passengers traveling for company transfers or trainings
    * Intra-company transferees
        * Proof of local employment, as certified by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)
        * Secondment agreement between the local company and foreign host company, as necessary
    * Intra- or inter-company trainees
        * Proof of local employment, as certified by the DOLE, and
        * Traineeship agreement authenticated by the Philippine embassy or consulate where the training will be conducted, as necessary

๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿพ‍♂️Volunteer workers
    * Endorsement from the Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency
* Hajj pilgrims to Mecca
    * Endorsement or list of pilgrims from the NCMF
* Donor traveling for organ donation or transplantation
    * Department of Health clearance approving the organ donation or transplantation
The following are passengers who may be required to present a CFO clearance:
* Filipino spouse, fiancรฉ/e, or partner (described as someone who is in a “genuine” heterosexual or same-sex relationship) of a foreign national, with an immigrant, resident, spouse, long-term, partner, prospective marriage, family reunification visa, or other similar visas
* First-time Filipino emigrants and resident visa holders registering with the CFO for the first time
* J1 visa holders, or exchange visitors bound for the United States
* Au Pair visa holders

#ChriszysTravelTips #DiyTravelSg #DiytTravelSingapore

Repost end.

Monday, September 04, 2023

I'm entitled to my opinion

This is to re-post this good article to read from Facebook page Thinking Is Power.

DEFINITION AND EXPLANATION: It is true that everyone is (legally) entitled to their opinion. However, “I’m entitled to my opinion,” is often used to shield an unsupported position. And being entitled to your opinion doesn’t mean you’re right, or that anyone needs to take your opinion seriously.

There are several problems with this fallacy. 

1. An opinion doesn’t mean what they think it means. Opinions are subjective judgements or viewpoints. When someone claims they are “entitled to their opinion,” it’s often because they are trying to shield factually incorrect assertions.  

2. All opinions aren’t equal. Expert opinions are interpretations of evidence based on years of study and experience, and are significantly more robust and reliable than non-expert opinions. “I’m entitled to my opinion” suggests that their opinion is just as good as anyone else’s.

3. We should all be open to changing our minds if the evidence suggests we should. “I’m entitled to my opinion” is essentially an admission that they can’t justify their position… but yet they’re unwilling to entertain contradictory evidence or other points of view. 

In the face of facts that contradict a belief, especially one central to our identity or values, we use motivated reasoning to reduce the cognitive dissonance that arises when reality and our beliefs are in conflict. When that fails, our Get Out of Jail Free Card is to defend the belief by rendering it unfalsifiable and therefore immune to evidence. We move the goalposts. Discount sources or deny evidence. Proclaim that it’s our opinion.

It’s important to remember that the purpose of arguing isn’t to be right, it’s to get it right. “I’m entitled to my opinion” shuts down any further disagreement. We simply don’t want to be wrong.

HOW TO COUNTER: I tell my students on the first day of class that they are not entitled to their opinions. (At least not in class!) They are only entitled to what they can support with evidence. 

It’s a bit trickier in the “real world.” Remember that people are often unfamiliar with the basics of critical thinking, so they may not be used to having to support their positions with evidence. Consider explaining why “I’m entitled to my opinion” is fallacious, and the benefits of healthy disagreement. The best approach is probably to ask them why they hold this particular opinion, and why they think they’re “entitled” to it.


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Monday, August 21, 2023

Scams in the local entertainment

I have been for so many various production companies. This is article is about my experience in the local entertainment industry. You name it: shorts, movies, series and shows.

How to spot scammers in the acting business? Let me provide you some tips.
  1. Some productions collects payment. Just make sure you get official receipts the first time you pay. If not, that's a red flag. A legitimate acting workshop must be a business registered and that any money you pay should be issued an official receipts.
  2. Others don't ask you to pay for anything and that's a pro-bono. It means there's no talent fee. That's fine for the sake of exposure to the public viewing. May it be on YouTube or Facebook. Just go for this. Change it to your experience.
  3. Make sure that the production company you're thinking or planning to join has connections with people who are already in the industry. It is a must that the company should be able to produce a good set of setcards for your with a VTR and that you have a copy of these.
  4. Since I have been for over  a year, make sure that they good camera not smartphones when shooting a scene for your project. Branded camera adds legitamcy of the production.
  5. Regardless of gender or sex, if a talent scouts ask you to send nude photos, that's a no-no.
Having these things said, make sure to join Facebook groups about acting in the Philippines and do your research for these production companies. I have a list of them but I keep it a secret for me.

Monday, August 07, 2023

Downfall of Tagalog language in the Philippines

In June 2023, this Facebook page posted about Tagalog language. It is being the third most widely spoken language in three states in the USA. I posted comments about it on Facebook comment section similar to the screenshot below.

After few hours, out of nowhere, this person who claims intelligent lambasted my comment saying I am fool and being foolish. His name is Balon Hpesram, appears to be a kakampink. We exchanged comments until the latter resorted to maligning my person, calling me names. Which is abviously one of the toxic attitudes of being a Filipino. But some Filipinos remain professional when interacting online. Freedom of expression is a fundamental right and people should learn how to respect and be so civil when disagreeing comments in social media.

On the other hand, Tagalog is bound to fall sooner or later. Why? Filipino including Panitkan subjects are no longer mandatory in colleges and universities in the Philippines. Hence, it is no longer required. After all, K to 12 education should be enough to equip students in their future careers! Another thing is teaching maters are not enough to continue teaching Filipino and Panitikan subjects.

Monday, July 24, 2023

Out sight, out of mind

I'm sorry to hear that you're going through a hard time. Moving on can be challenging, but it's possible with some patience and self-care. Here are some tips that might help you:

Give yourself permission to feel sad. It's normal and healthy to grieve the loss of a relationship or a situation that mattered to you. Don't suppress your emotions or judge yourself for having them. Instead, acknowledge what you feel and find healthy ways to express it, such as writing, talking, or crying.

Reflect on the relationship realistically. Don't idealize the past or dwell on the negative aspects. Try to see the relationship as it was, with its strengths and weaknesses, and learn from the experience. Think about what you gained from it, what you learned about yourself and others, and what you want in the future².

Get closure by distancing yourself from your ex. If you're trying to move on from a romantic breakup, it's important to cut off contact with your ex until you're healed. This means unfollowing them on social media, deleting their number, and avoiding places where you might run into them. This will help you break the emotional attachment and focus on yourself¹.

Identify lessons you've learned that you can use in future relationships. Every relationship teaches us something valuable, even if it ends badly. Think about what you discovered about your needs, preferences, boundaries, and communication style. Use this knowledge to improve your relationship with yourself and others².

Keep yourself busy and do things you enjoy. Don't let your life revolve around your past. Find activities that make you happy and fulfilled, such as hobbies, sports, volunteering, or learning something new. These will help you boost your mood, distract yourself from negative thoughts, and build your confidence³.

Practice self-care and spend plenty of time with friends. Moving on can be stressful and exhausting, so make sure you take good care of yourself physically and mentally. Eat well, sleep enough, exercise regularly, and relax often. Surround yourself with supportive people who love you and make you laugh. Don't isolate yourself or bottle up your feelings³.

Source: Conversation with Bing, 6/9/2023
(1) How To Move On When You Still Love Him: 15 Ways Move ... - Love Strategies.
(2) How to Move On: 15-Steps to Help You Feel Better Move On - PsychAlive.
(3) How to Move On: Letting Go & Moving Forward After a Breakup - wikiHow.
(4) 3 Ways to Move on in Life - wikiHow.

Monday, July 03, 2023

If tomorrow never comes, vlogs and more...

Last July 2022, after resigning my employment with Sutherland, I decided to explore the world of entertainment. So I did attend basic acting workship in Makati City under a certain production.

I also luckily got one of the casts of If tomorrow never comes, a BL series under the direction of DCTV production based in San Rita, Pampanga.We did tapings almost every weekend to make sure we have enough stories to tell to the audience. Most of the audiences are outside the Philippines.

Fast forward to August 2022, I met new people at another production for almost a month under A S production. Where I starred one of the shows.

With the Social Media house, KSMBPI in Quezon City, I was luckily being a member of it, until something fishy happened in November 30, 2022 during a show.

In December 2022, I meet new people who do vlogs and shorts on Facebook under Papatiks Entertainment. I got two-year contract but immediately abolished for some reason.

If you plan to join showbiz, make sure you're full equip with lots of acting workship and beware of scammers!

Monday, June 19, 2023

Trying to calorie deficit diet today

A balanced diet is necessary for both good nutrition and health. You are shielded from a variety of degenerative, non-communicable diseases, including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. A healthy diet must include a variety of foods and be low in salt, sugar, saturated fats, and trans fats made in factories. As part of a balanced diet, experts from all around the world urge people to eat a range of foods. A well-balanced diet gives your body the energy it needs to function properly. Without a healthy diet, your body is more vulnerable to conditions like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

Here are some foods that are low in calories and can help you maintain a calorie deficit:
  • Apples
  • Arugula
  • Asparagus
  • Bell peppers
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflower
  • Celery
  • Cucumber
  • Grapefruit
  • Green beans
  • Kale
  • Leeks
  • Lettuce
  • Mushrooms
  • Onions
  • Oranges
  • Papaya
  • Pineapple
  • Radishes
  • Spinach
  • Strawberries
  • Tomatoes
A nutritious diet helps reduce the chance of developing chronic and dangerous conditions like heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and some types of cancer. Additionally, it can help the immune system, digestive system, bones and teeth, muscles, and even the brain. Maintaining a healthy weight and avoiding obesity are both possible with a good diet. By experimenting with new foods, a healthy diet can also increase energy and enhance life. Infants should nurse as part of a nutritious diet that begins early in life.

I have some colleagues who died just because they don't do diet.

Monday, June 05, 2023

Just trying to get connected with old bosses

Last month, I did search for old bosses and colleagues through social media. I messaged them through Facebook. It's really good to know how a former employee like me reaching out to them.

Before I proceed, let me tell you something about this:

  • Verify the contract information first;
  • Make sure to keep your tone professional and friendly during the interaction;
  • Remind them of your past work history. Doing so, will rekindle new opportunities'
  • I am sure you did some accomplishments, mention it anyway since you work together;
  • Make it personal;
  • If you can, setup a meeting.
I did reach out to Bernard Piedad and Nestor Antonio via Facebook. There were my bosses during my first job at STI Ilagan from 2003 until 2008.

Trying to add friend request to Piedad on Facebook, a couple for christ member, but the latter declined. For some reason, I do not know. There may be something but I don't want to speculate.

I added Antonio as well, luckily he accepted it. Last time I heard about Antonio, he was listening to the program Ang Dating Daan in 2005.

I did reach out as well to Epigemio Roxas but no response at all. Good thing he accepted my friend request. But I am happy that Elmer Cadiz is a good one.

Also, I reached out to Dolly Aguilar on Facebook but still got no reply as of this writing. Dolly was my teacher in Database Management subject during my college days. She is now a school principal.

Monday, May 15, 2023

Call me by my name

When I started by new journey to the recruitment processing industry, I meet new people who are of the same interest - speaking Spanish! I met two young ladies who, like me, are new to this industry.

Filipino culture at work seems like an extended family where instead of calling a fellow colleague by name, somehow calling that colleague by other name. For example, older women are called mother, older men fathers and the like.

When I was in working in Ortigas Center, we call one of our colleagues, daddy. May he rest in peace! Now, I am working in Eastwood, these two young ladies call me mama. Which I already inform not to call me such but someone insists.

Personally, call me by my name is enough for me. Simply Gerry. Callling me mama, is something that I will never be, I cannot be, replace your mother.

The word mamang is a sacred word to me. I have only one mother in the world! Happy mother's day to all mothers in the universe!

Monday, April 24, 2023

It's time to verify

When it comes to social media, we are constantly bombarded with news and information. But not all of it is true! To verify the accuracy of news on social media, there are a few things you can do.

  • Firstly, check the source. Is it a reliable one? If you are unsure about the source, cross-check with other credible sources.
  • Secondly, look for supporting evidence or quotes related to the article that will authenticate its claims. Thirdly, analyze the writing style - if it is filled with sensational phrases or extreme views, approach with caution.
  • Lastly, take some time to research before sharing an article on your own social media feeds - this way you can help promote authentic and genuine news stories instead of fake ones!

Saturday, February 25, 2023

Big failures of EDSA revolution

The EDSA People Power Revolution of 1986 was a peaceful mass demonstration in the Philippines that resulted in the downfall of President Ferdinand Marcos and the rise of Corazon Aquino as President. However, the revolution failed to bring about significant changes in the country's political and economic systems.

One reason for the failure of the EDSA People Power Revolution was the lack of a clear plan for post-revolutionary governance. The Aquino administration had difficulty maintaining unity among the diverse groups that had participated in the revolution, and there was a lack of consensus on what the new government should do.

Another reason for the failure of the EDSA People Power Revolution was the lack of political will to implement real change. Many members of the Aquino administration were former Marcos supporters, and they were not committed to fundamentally changing the systems of corruption and patronage that had been in place under Marcos.

Additionally, the failure of the EDSA People Power Revolution was a result of the lack of effective leadership. The Aquino administration was plagued by infighting, political maneuvering, and a lack of decisive action, which hindered its ability to effectively govern the country.

Overall, the EDSA People Power Revolution of 1986 was a momentous event in Philippine history, but it ultimately failed to bring about the lasting change that many Filipinos had hoped for.

Monday, February 13, 2023

Recruiter officially

Today, this will be the day where I am officially onboarding for a new role as a recruitment officer where I will be using Spanish language as the main communication method. I will be assisting clients and companies on their applications like I did for over two years in the education campaign in the year 2017.

Using Spanish language other than English will not only double but triple your earnings here in the Philippines. So if you know how to speak Spanish or any other international language, make darn sure to use it for your advantage. That advantage is officially starts today for my career.

A session of learning in 2018

In case you're new to this, here are some tips to help you learn Spanish:

Immerse yourself: Try to immerse yourself in the Spanish language as much as possible. This could mean speaking Spanish with native speakers, watching Spanish TV shows and movies, or reading Spanish books.

Practice regularly: Make a habit of practicing Spanish regularly, such as speaking with a tutor or language exchange partner, or completing online exercises.

Use language learning apps: Take advantage of language learning apps and software, such as Duolingo, Babbel, or Rosetta Stone.

Learn vocabulary and grammar: Focus on learning the most common vocabulary words and grammar structures first, then build upon that foundation.

Practice speaking: Find opportunities to practice speaking Spanish, such as joining a language club or speaking with native Spanish speakers.

Stay motivated: Set goals for yourself and track your progress, and reward yourself for accomplishments along the way.

Learn about the culture: Understanding Spanish culture and customs can also enhance your language learning experience.

Be patient: Learning a new language takes time, so be patient and don't get discouraged.

The above tips apply to other languages as well like French, Arabic, Russian, etc. By following these tips and practicing regularly, you can improve your language skills and achieve your language learning goals. If you like, you can send me a message so I can help you as well.

Monday, February 06, 2023

Let's change the constitution

The Philippines has a presidential, unitary, and constitutional republic with a multi-party system. The 1987 Philippine Constitution, the country's current constitution, can be amended through a process called "Constitutional amendment" or "Charter change" (Cha-cha). The process of amending the constitution involves several steps, including proposal, deliberation, and ratification.

The Constitution can be amended by Congress through a vote of three-fourths of all its members, or through a Constitutional Convention called for the purpose, or through people's initiative. The proposed changes must also be ratified by a majority of the votes cast in a plebiscite. The process of amending the constitution is often a contentious issue in the Philippines, with different political groups having varying opinions on the need and the specifics of any proposed changes.

It is long overdue to change the constitution which put the country in its status quo. It is high time to reform. If not now, when? That's the question.

Benefits of reforming the 1987 constitution of the Philippines

  1. Improved governance: A reformed constitution would provide a clearer and more efficient system of governance, ensuring that public officials are held accountable for their actions and that the rights of citizens are protected.
  2. Economic growth: A reformed constitution would help to create a more stable and predictable economic environment, encouraging investment and promoting economic growth.
  3. Better representation: A reformed constitution would ensure that all citizens are represented in government and that their voices are heard in the political process.
  4. Increased autonomy: A reformed constitution would give more power to local governments, allowing them to make decisions that are best for their communities.
  5. Improved social services: A reformed constitution would provide for better access to education, healthcare, and other social services for all citizens, regardless of their socioeconomic status.
  6. Enhanced human rights: A reformed constitution would ensure that the rights of all citizens, including minority groups, are protected and upheld.
  7. Greater accountability: A reformed constitution would make it easier for citizens to hold public officials accountable for their actions and to hold them to account if they fail to perform their duties.
  8. More efficient government: A reformed constitution would make the government more efficient by streamlining bureaucratic processes and reducing red tape.
  9. Stronger democracy: A reformed constitution would help to strengthen democracy by ensuring that citizens have a greater say in how their government operates.
  10. Improved foreign relations: A reformed constitution would help to improve relations with other countries by providing a stable and predictable political environment.

Only the stupid groups like the Makabayan bloc, fake economist Winnie Monsod among others are against constitution reform. Their solution is "vote wisely" which did not work for over 36 years now.

Wednesday, February 01, 2023

My sugar diet ends today

Actually I started this diet during the last days of January 2023 and that's great! I feel great. By removing added sugars from my diet can have many health benefits, including weight loss, improved heart health, and a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. I was recently diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis so it is important to stay healthy. So it's very important to remember also that sugar is often hidden in many packaged foods, make sure to read labels and be aware of the different names for sugar, such as high fructose corn syrup, glucose, and dextrose. Additionally, it can be helpful to focus on eating whole foods, such as fruits and vegetables, that are naturally low in sugar.
Matcha drink but no sugar.
Living a life without sugar can be a challenge for many people as sugar is a common ingredient in lots of foods and drinks. It is so difficult to find sugar-free options and some people may experience withdrawal symptoms such as headache, fatigue, and food craving. However, there are more benefits to cutting sugar out of your diet, such as improved blood sugar control, weight loss, and a reduced risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. So the benefits outweighs the kind of life with so many sugar around.
One way to reduce your sugar intake is to limit your consumption of processed foods and drinks. Instead, replace these for whole foods such as fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Also, using natural sweeteners such as honey or maple syrup in small amounts.
Another approach is to gradually reduce your sugar intake over time. So starting soon is better than later. Start by cutting back on sugary drinks, such as soda and juice, and eventually reducing the amount of sugar in your coffee or tea. You can also try reducing your sugar intake by half over the course of a few weeks.
So best of luck on my journey! I hope you do the same, with God's help.

Saturday, January 28, 2023

Tikyo nagsalita na patungkol sa mga scammer

Lumabas ngayong araw ang official statement ni Tikyocruz tungkol sa mga na scammer na gumagawa ng mga fake account. Ayon sa video, may mga fake account na nagrere-upload ng mga video ni Whamsy. Ang mga nagrere-upload ay ginagamit ang videos ni Whamsy upang pagkakitaan at magkaroon ng fake followers. Pati na rin ang mga video nila AwitGamer at kay Whamoscruz na maramig nagrere-upload upang pagkakitaan ng mga scammer.

Screenshot ng video na naglalabas ng saloobin ni Tikyo sa mga scammer.

Pinaalalahanan ng mga manonood tungkol sa tunay na Facebook page ni Whamsy. Pinabulaanan din niya na hindi piniperahan at ginagamit si Whamsy para magkapera kundi upang tulungan ang

Pati na rin yung bagong gawang Facebook page ni Baby Meteor ay talagang ginawan na rin ng mga fake account sa social media giant na Facebook upang pagkakitaan ng mga scammer. Ginagamit pa ang mga photo na ninanakaw at inire-upload upang magmuklang legitimate page pero hindi naman pala. Para sa pansariling kapakanan lang ito ng mga gumagawa ng fake accounts.

Panagawan namin sa inyo mga kababayan ay ireport ang mga gumagawa ng fake accounts bilang violation sa community guidelines ng Facebook.

Sunday, January 22, 2023

Launching these websites

As an IT graduate since 2003, today I am launching these two websites which be useful in the future endeavors.

Both and will service to family members and relatives and to those who care the these names as their middle or last names.

YABES.INFO as of January 2023

PORTALES.INFO as of January 2023.

If you wish to contribute, just visit these websites for more information.

Sunday, January 08, 2023

First shoot and signing of contract

Today, January 8th, 2023 is the start of our shoot under Papatiks with the title Aplikanteng nanlait ng kapwa which is now posted on the official Facebook account.

Behind the scene with these applicants.

Behind the scenes with those folks.

Also before the shoot is the signing of contract. I did sign for two-year collaboration with them. So make sure to subscribe to our page for more content.

Sunday, January 01, 2023

Let's welcome the year 2023

Another new year comes to everyone of us. Everyone deserves to make his dreams a reality this year. I hope this is my time to start officially my bilingual journey in the BPO industry.

Some of my friends did not have the chance to reach this year due for reasons of the pandemic. I would like to say congratulations to all of you who are reading this note. This year will my 40th year of existence this coming October.

I also got a two-year contract agreement with an entertainment production which is focused on drama, acting, singing and dancing. We have plans to creative films.

Since August 2022, I did apply for Spanish representative. I did pass those interview and language assessment. I signed the contract last January 2023. For the month of February is the start of my new job officially speaking the Spanish language. An international language which due to huge mistake made by some stupid Filipinos, removed Spanish as an official language here in my country.

I am looking forward to reach my dreams a reality. Hoping that you do the same. Make darn sure to do something better this year. Comment down below if you like to share your dreams with me.