November 9, 2016
Taking a break from posting the real estate listings I have flooded this website thus far, to share with you all my adventures from – drum rolls – the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan. Anyways, I have always visualized this page to not only be a place where I will do business for real estate and insurance, but a creative outlet as well. Variety, after all, is the spice of life. I’m all for keeping things interesting!
February 2, 2016
Happy Chinese New Year, everyone!
In the spirit of welcoming the Year of the Red Fire Monkey with our Chinese brothers and sisters, Ayala Land Inc. brings you a very special payment scheme, valid only for the month of February! Check this out:
This promo is applicable to ALL lot classifications in The Enclaves subdivision.
Reserve a lot now for only P100,000!
Also, this is the go signal you have been waiting for. 🙂
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August 24, 2015
First of all, I did not post this to bash the mall’s security – I am simply detailing this experience in an attempt to warn you all that these thieves are in desperate need for money, and we need to be extra extra cautious if want to avoid these things to happen. I let my guard down, and I learned the hard way that I shouldn’t have.
August 6, 2015
August 31, 2015 – What better way to spend the holiday than a jumpstart to a healthier lifestyle? Join us as we learn how to make eating healthy a habit! Healthy food does NOT have to be boring to the palate. Let us introduce you to a whole new world, where eating healthy comes with explosions of flavors! Are you ready?
July 31, 2015
When I was in college, I was not very active in school – at least not as active as I was in high school. In high school, I was all over the place. I decided to focus on academics when I started college, and that means zero participation in anything that is not graded. But then, I find myself doing something I never thought I’d do, at least not barely a year after college – spearheading a comprehensive seminar about investing in the stock market. And I was scared.
I was scared because even though I was working with a very dynamic team, I know accounting…I studied it for four years. I saw the cost projection and I wasn’t entirely sure how the Bacolod crowd would respond. Is the registration fee too expensive? Is the venue big enough to accommodate everyone? Will we have enough participants to breakeven? You know, those thoughts. And even in the midst of my doubts, I knew that I have to be firm, that I have to work harder than I ever did, and that my determination to finish what I started is enough to offset my lack of experience. I can do this.