Monday, May 4, 2020

How Are You?

It's been almost two month since Community quarantine started, well, my daily activities doesn't really change from what I do everyday except for the fact the we are complete here in the house together with my husband who now work from home from the mean time. I just noticed that we eat a lot and consumed more foods from the usual day.

Also reading newsfeed in social media is really draining and just giving me anxiety so as much as possible I refrain reading news I just watch news for few minutes then do something else like readintg story in wattpad, playing with my kid and husband or watch random videos in YouTube.

I just hope that this pandemic will end soon since many families are affected specially those people who depends in daily wages. I also hope that you also doing fine. Stay at home and keep safe.

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Thursday, March 26, 2020

5 Things To Do When You Have Nothing To Do

Bored? Are you looking for something to do inside the four corner of your house? Then maybe you have to do this for a change.

  1. Delete and unsubscribe to unimportant emails- maybe your inbox has already a thousand of email that you didn't bother to open for years. Or a spam of  emails that doesn't interest you. This is the best time to unsubscribe and delete those pile of emails.
  2. Write down and save all your password in a notebook - I know some people saving their password on phone. But I think it's much safer if you have hard copy too in case your computer or mobile phone can't be access.
  3. Read books from different Genre - Not into Rom-com? Why not try to read for a change. Sometimes we didn't know we enjoyed reading it without giving it a try.
  4. Re-arrange your bedroom- Have you ever sleep right next to the window for the past three years? Why not change the position of bed and furniture in your room it's not only practical but also therapeutics since you will see what to improved once you organize the clutter.
  5. Watch Documentaries- Documentaries are eye opener and has inspirational value.

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Flower Power

My mom turn 60 last month and I decided to give her a bouquet and while browsing at the net I found they have a lot of flowers to choose from and it's affordable. I'm not really fond of bouquet but upon seeing the bouquet delivered I can't help but to mesmerize to it's beauty. That's why I requested to my husband to buy me the preserved flower.

I might say that the bouquet is much better than the preserved flower. As you can see at the photo the preserved flower lost it's one studs I even look after it in between roses but I can't find it. Overall, I can say it's a good surprise for the one you love even there's no celebration.

Where to order?

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

How to Set an Appoinment to SSS online?

Yes, you read it right. You can now set an appointment to SSS online. I made it twice because on my first appointment I lack some documents. And this is really helpful for anyone who don't want to queue in line for hours. 

1.First you must register in SSS online and open the My.SSS Beta, you can see that at the lower part of log-in page

2. Click Electronics Services

3. Then Click Branch Appointment

SSS Branch Appointment

4. Click the drop down menu for 'Select Appointment Purpose', then Region and Servicing Branches.

5. Select a date and time then click  submit. Wait for the confirmation email and then print. (The info desk suggest that I should print the confirmation email.) Also make sure to double check time and Servicing branch to avoid mistake.

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Tokyo Snippets (June 2018)

This was a super late blog entry but I would like to show you guys some snippets in our second out of the country trip and this time in Tokyo, Japan! It's Memorable because we had some minor mishaps! But I think lesson learned. Anyway this trip happened last year June 2018.

We visit some off beaten spot around Tokyo and only spend 4 days and 3 nights. Here's the list of place we visit.

● Shibuya Crossing
● Hachiko Statue (sad we didn't have photo)
● Gotokuji Temple
● Setagaya Hachiman Shrine
● Futako Tamagawa Rise
● Tama River
● Shinjuku Station
● Tokyo Disneyland
● Naka-meguro
● Yutenji Station

Departing MNL

Arriving in Tokyo

(Gotokuji Temple)

Gotokuji temple map

(Setagaya Hachiman Shrine)  

Shibuya Crossings
(wasn't able to take photo with Hachicko :( But we saw him)

Tokyo Disneyland