This was an article I wrote for the mormonnewsroom.ph blog in celebration of the 2017 National Family Week. When the circumstances of my family changed, I stood up and became the sole provider in my family. However, despite the perks of working in the corporate world, the demands of my office job meant less time for my… Read More I Spend my Entire Week at Home and Here Are Things I Learned About My Family
Unlike the common misconception, homeschooling does not just mean studying books and modules at home for the entire year, year after year. It isn’t like that at all especially in my family’s case. It is making learning available through different media. For the past school year ours involved a trip to the dairy farm twice,… Read More Homeschooling Journey
In May 2015, we (actually majority was me) decided that we are going back to homeschooling. There are several reasons why we decided on it but the reason for each child was unique. My eldest was 16 then and was in Grade 10. He wanted to graduate from High School at 18 but that… Read More To Homeschool or Not to Homeschool?
Part of homeschooling is to provide outdoor activities for your kids to learn from. On September 28th, we visited the Kahayag Organic Farm in the morning and Aboitiz owned Cleanergy Park (formerly known as the Pawikan Sanctuary) in the afternoon. I will do separate articles on each venue because both are worth extensively discussing. We… Read More Aboitiz Cleanergy Park
I guess most if not all parents resolved to become the best mom or dad at the glimpse of their bundle of joy. I am no exception. However, as we get caught up or worse, overwhelmed, with becoming new parents (lack of sleep, erratic schedule, instant poverty), we end up settling with just “getting things… Read More Parenting with Objective
The election fever has begun as presidential candidates have started filing their candidacy and people expressing their opinions about them. While I have long lost interest in politics, just so I could keep myself from passing a negative judgement, it has started to creep in recently when the clamor for Davao City Mayor Rodrigo to… Read More Duterte: To Run or Not To Run
I’ve always been vocal about my thoughts and experiences on parenting, homeschooling, work, cooking and baking (and many other things). During my time, the only avenues other than friends are writing a book or keeping your journal. With the advent of technology, the landscape has changed. I have always wanted to create a blog site… Read More Finally!