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Join the Blogapalooza event to promote your product to 500 bloggers!

Be a part of the biggest "B2B" - Business to Blogger networking event: Blogapalooza! Where we will be inviting over 500 bloggers to one venue to come see new products and cool Xmas gift options from big and small brands alike! It's an event where companies can promote their products and services to over 500 bloggers who may write about it to a combined over 4 million readers! 
It is an event organized by two of the biggest websites in Manila and the Philippines - and Anton Diaz's
Blogapalooza is an event happening on Nov 16, Saturday, at SM Aura BGC. Here, we'll be having around 500 influential bloggers at one venue where businesses can pitch their products or services. After the event, the bloggers can then write about what they saw and introduce their loyal readers and followers to your brand / product. Businesses and Bloggers attending are all screened and hand picked! Applications for both can be found on http:/…

5 Things College Students Should Do While in Uni

I know this is quite late for those who have graduated and have joined the workforce or perhaps still part of the statistics of the jobless.
My 7 years of being part of the workforce made me realize that there were things that I should have done back in the university. Some may argue that I have written some stuff here about not regretting the things you should, could and would have done, I am going to ask this just once for the sake of those who will and still can do these things, don’t be uptight. Anyway, let’s proceed. I am not claiming to be a guru or something, just based on my experience when I interview potential candidates for a spot in my team.
1. Join different organizations: in the Philippines, there isn’t a vast majority who look at the organizations you have joined back in the university but mind you, the top companies do. There are employers or hiring managers who look at the organizations you are a member of. Why? It says a few things about you already. How sociable you a…

Lipton's The Traveling Tea Cup

Lipton's The Traveling Tea Cup

Lake Pandin, San Pablo Laguna

Like any other posts, this too is a long overdue one. But nonetheless still worth posting.
There were some discussions as to where we will have our annual summer outing. It was supposed to be in Hong Kong, but of course the cost was high. Then moved to Boracay, then everyone says near Manila so they were trying to have Batangas in the picture. I have been researching some of the places you could visit for a day without incurring a lot of cost as well as being able to help the community that takes care of the place.

I chance upon Lake Pandin a couple of months back when I was trying to research for some place I could go either alone or with friends. Lake Pandin is one of the 7 lakes in San Pablo, Laguna where the water can go as deep as 180 feet.

It takes about 2 to 3 hours drive to this place and would only cost you about Php 380 per person, which includes a 2-3 hour lake tour/trip and lunch. This place was very peaceful. If you want to get out of the city for a short while and be one wi…

What To Do In Kota Kinabalu

I know this has been a long overdue post, excuse me while I get away from concrete jungle and get back to the awesome carefree life. Anyway this has been a long post I know but just to refresh your memories, this is the last post of a 3 part travel post from Brunei – Labuan – Kota Kinabalu.
Tips in Traveling Brunie (and what to do in Brunei):
Overnight Stay in Labuan, Malaysia:
So with those links, you know how to get to Kota Kinabalu by ferry. Click those links above if you want to visit Brunei and Labuan of if you are coming from Brunei and heading to Kota Kinabalu.
We got to Kota Kinabalu (KK) in the afternoon of March 29, 2013. We came from our overnight stay in Labuan from a previous travel in Brunei. It took us about 3 hours to reach Kota Kinabalu from Labuan. Here are the breakdown of what to do in Kota Kinabalu.
If you are t…

Lipton's The Traveling Teacup

Endless PossibiliTEAS for you.

Do you love traveling? And do you love drinking tea? What if I tell you that you can experience both in a cup? And what if I tell you that you could experience say 5 different places with it?
Lipton’s The Traveling Teacup is a campaign of Lipton Philippines that allows you to enjoy the tastes of Boracay, Paris, China, New York and Spain in a teacup.Here is how you could do that:

Enjoy the taste of Spain through a cup of Chili Chocolate Milk Tea