Cebu Goes Culinary 2016

By | September 17, 2016

During one of my trips to Cebu City, I was privilege to be invited as one of the judge of Cebu Goes Culinary 2016 last July 9, 2016 at Robinsons Galleria Cebu City. It’s a showcase of culinary talents in Cebu City for professional chefs and students of culinary schools. This is one of the… Read More »

Writing at Filipino Homes

By | September 5, 2016

   This is what’s keeping me busy lately. I have been writing as a contributor to the Philippines real estate tourism website and magazine FILIPINO HOMES. It has been my dream to be part of a magazine team. Seeing my articles in a known website and seeing it in print is giving me the chills. … Read More »

Life of A Realtor: Steeltown site visit

By | September 5, 2016

Ninang Didi was here 🙂 We checked out her property in Steeltown. We will be renovating and staging it ready for sale soon. Located near the elementary school. For your inquiries you may email it to pinoyhomeseekers (@) For renovation works: Repainting of the interiors and facade Ceiling repair House features: Well maintained bamboo… Read More »

Thoughts: PH and Financial Literacy

By | June 28, 2016

   Pak! Ganern…. Striking a pose at the soon to be baywalk of Mandani Bay Cebu. A soon to be world class development, tourist attraction and tourist destination in the Philippines. In few years time, both local and international visitors will enjoy a walk by the bay and entertainments by the bay just like that… Read More »

The Us that we never had

By | June 23, 2016

Loving can hurt… A dear friend just posted this status a while ago. It stirred my mood bigtime and had me thinking. Yeah “emo mode on”.     Flash back way back in college. Here’s a story of me and you.  Those dreamy days where me and you was all that matters. The feeling is… Read More »

Money and Filipinos

By | June 16, 2016

   The foreigners keeps investing in our country, because they have seen something good in the near future in our country, and yet us Filipinos are not taking it seriously. I mean why wait for foreigners to own something us Filipinos own? Investing is not only for the ellites, it’s for evryone. If you start… Read More »

Tips on Saving Effectively

By | November 24, 2015

When it comes to saving money, it’s like dieting, the steps are pretty basic and we all know how simple it is — but its the execution and sticking to it that’s hard. I read this Supersavers article from and checked the original article in “Supersavers’ Focus on the goal. The article somewhat… Read More »

Presentation: Web Advertising Through Social Media Marketing

By | November 9, 2015

Last November 7, 2015 I was invited as a resource speaker for Marketing 111 Seminar on E-commerce and Internet Marketing of MSU- College of Business Administration with a theme “Enhancing Entrepreneurial Skills through E-Commerce and Internet Marketing”. I personally would like to thank the Department Chairman of the Marketing Department Prof. Richard Celeste MBM, REB… Read More »

Tiny house : 13 sqm house of a Filipina

By | November 3, 2015

Only a few people know that I fancy books and blogs about houses and designs a lot. I am a frustrated Architect wanna-be. And I never get close to even being one thus probably lead me to selling houses/dwellings instead. During site-tours I get really more excited than my client buyers (lol). I enjoy everything… Read More »

When death comes as a surprise

By | August 1, 2015

My childhood playmate and her family is mourning for the death of their father right now on the other side, he came prepared. Just a day after she posted, her dad is getting well. As her longtime playmate during our younger years, I never knew of any sickness of her dad. He’s fit, he’s strong… Read More »

The Travelers Pod Experience

By | July 27, 2015

Cagayan de Oro City is just an hour and 45 minutes bus ride away from where I am, Iligan City. My office is also is Cagayan de Oro. I commute at least twice a week to CDOC and when it comes to accommodations, me and my family already have favorites. Budget, class, cleanliness and accessibility… Read More »