Touring Bacolod, Talisay City: Of Love, Food and Architecture

Being the capital city of Negros Occidental, Bacolod is widely known for its Masskara Festival and the reputation for its culinary expertise in "chicken inasal. The city hailed as one of the Cleanest and Greenest Highly Urbanized Cities in the Philippines.

The Glory of Silay City: Of Beauty and Heritage

Silay is dubbed with different names as the Paris of Negros, the Museum Ciy, the Athens of the Orient Seas, being the cultural and intellectual hub in the region and its well-preserved heritage ancestral houses.

Reasons Why Orange is the New Black is A Must-See!

Not only that it has Regina Spektor who does the opening theme song You've got Time, but the series is a bombshell of uniqueness: diversity on race, religion, gender and sexuality, social status, political and prison system, religion and of course books and literature. I've read that there are a lot of misrepresentations in the series, that … Continue reading Reasons Why Orange is the New Black is A Must-See!

Employment and Disability: A Biopyschosocial Approach

I am a proud daughter of a visually impaired father. Ever since I was a child, I always have a strong memory of him on how he successfully supported our education until high school and finance my personal  needs while working part time to finish college. I felt indebted, not only being a daughter to him, … Continue reading Employment and Disability: A Biopyschosocial Approach

Two Places, One-Day Sojourn in South Cebu: Wandering in Oslob

A week has passed and the drive to create a new post is a painstaking decision. My travel partner Anwar reminded me, what I've been up to this weekend. I saw an imaginary light bulb with that question.  I thought of having a break from the internet as my busy hands need rest. A eureka … Continue reading Two Places, One-Day Sojourn in South Cebu: Wandering in Oslob

Two Places, One-Day Sojourn in South Cebu: Osmeña Peak Soft Climb

My memory is a corrupt agent. I tend to lose specific details that catches my interest like random conversations, colors, textures. It's pretty scary, and that's the reason why I resurrected my fancy for writing, to fight from my tendencies of being forgetful. I wish to write beyond the mere narratives and chronology. Practice makes … Continue reading Two Places, One-Day Sojourn in South Cebu: Osmeña Peak Soft Climb

HR Data Management: Am I ready?

A growing organization with growing needs calls for a high demand of data driven reports that could help HR business partners in  decision making. In this digital age, every company should not lag behind in providing robust HR information and analysis to the business. It shapes the destiny of the company and transforms human resources and its … Continue reading HR Data Management: Am I ready?

Sweet times in Sugar Beach, Bantayan

As we set foot in the idyllic and laid back municipality of Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island, you will feel at home with the friendly dispatchers who will direct you to the next available tricycle or "habal-habal" drivers in line. You will never suspect any of them to be something dubious that will fix high fare rates.  This is plus factor … Continue reading Sweet times in Sugar Beach, Bantayan

Kanlaob River Canyoneering: A Neophyte Experience

I have been afraid of heights and depths and to face and conquer fears  is something out of sheer necessity to finish it. I thought I was up for chasing waterfalls with nature as my playground but  I retreated and feel jittery at the sight of jumping a 20 foot waterfall as a threat of my self preservation. An Adelle's song about giving up … Continue reading Kanlaob River Canyoneering: A Neophyte Experience