Monday, July 23, 2018

PRRC Rescued Families During Typhoon Henry Floods



The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) on July 17, 2018 rescued and evacuated residents living along the river to temporarily evacuate to a safer area as Typhoon #HenryPH caused flooding in low-lying areas.

PRRC Executive Director Jose Antonio E. Goitia mobilized the river warriors to assist him in the rescue operations while the river patrols assisted in the monitoring of water level in the other areas of Pasig and San Juan Rivers.


Goitia identified the families living along San Juan River, particularly in Gumamela St., Barangay Roxas District in Quezon City.

During the inspection conducted by PRRC, Goitia observed the dangerous current of water in San Juan River.


Because of this, Goitia appealed to the residents, who initially refused PRRC’s help, to temporarily evacuate until the heavy rain pours out. “Sana huwag na po nating hintaying malagay tayo sa panganib bunsod ng pagtaas ng tubig sa ilog,” Goitia said.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) raised Orange Rainfall Warning in Metro Manila.

PRRC urges public to share unique stories about Pasig River


photo from theriverman.org

The Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) urged the public to share their unique stories about the Pasig River.

According to PRRC Executive Director Jose Antonio E. Goitia, the public needs to know these stories to inspire them to help in the revival of the Pasig River.

These stories can be sent to the PRRC (prrc.gov@gmail.com) and those that will be chosen will be posted on the website— theriverman.org.

"We need to share these unique stories to let the public know how we value the Pasig River," Goitia added.

At the same time, Goitia said the Commission is determined to bring Pasig River back to life.

This meant putting mechanisms to prevent and to counter acts of "esterorism" in rivers and waterways that lead to Pasig River.

In addition, he said that the PRRC River Warriors were able to divert 21 million kilos of solid waste from the Pasig River.

Due to PRRC's efforts and determination, 17 priority tributaries had been converted into environmental preservation areas.

"The Pasig River was once biologically dead but now the river has gradually backed to life," Goitia added.

According to Goitia, the public should not lose hope for the Pasig River to survive because it has gradually been happening.

In this regard, Goitia called on the public to cooperate with and help the government on the rehabilitation of the Pasig River.

"You are not only helping us but the generations to come, they will realize that Pasig River is a dream that will become a reality," said Goitia.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

PMAP holds 2nd HR Innovation Summit on August 15


The People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), the preeminent organization of people managers and HR practitioners in the country, will hold the “2nd HR Innovation Summit” at Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria (Ortigas Center) on August 15, 2018 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm).

With this year’s theme “HR Next Practices”, this momentous event will feature industry experts and distinguished practitioners to share their knowledge and innovative ideas that will equip organizations in developing employees to thrive in the opportunities and challenges today and in the future.


The line-up of remarkable speakers includes PMAP President Michelle C. Garcia, FPM, HR Director of East-Asia Region SGS Gulf Limited (Regional Operating Headquarters), who will talk about “Revolutionary HR: The Next HR Leadership”; Ms. Amor Maclang, Chief Communications Officer of GeiserMaclang, who will discuss his experience in “Adopting the Blockchain Technology in HR”; Mr. Engelbert T. Camasura, AFPM, President of Asia Select, Inc. (ASI), who will enlighten participants in his talk “Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment”; Mr. Kogie Angeles, Co-Founder/ Vice President of The Office Cowork + Life, who will present “The Gig Economy: How It Impacts the Way We Work”; and Atty. Raul R. Cortez, Legal and Corporate Affairs Director of Microsoft Philippines, who will give a sneak peek of “Telecommuting and Its Implications in the Workplace.”

Aside from the exciting talks, participants will also have the opportunity to be introduced to new products and services from various companies through their exhibit booths at the HR Techxhibit Hall. PMAP also welcome partnerships for this event.

The summit is open to the public and guarantees an interesting and relevant day of learning about HR best practices and innovation to be attended by HRM and business professionals, representatives from the academe, SMEs and industry partners. The Investment fee per delegate is Php3,500.00 for PMAP members and Php3,800 for non-members. 

For more information, please contact Ms. Clara Delfin at tel. no. 726-1532 loc. 323 or email clara.delfin@pmap.org.ph.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Pixi Beauty 5 minute makeup challenge

I did the 5 minute makeup challenge using 2 pixi products - The Lash Booster Mascara and the Pxi by Petra palette. One of the hardest parts is trying to apply the foundation evenly.  😄

You can win over 25,000 worth of products Find a partner and do the challenge too. Use at least 2 Pixi products 😊

Dont forget to post in on facebook and set the video as public, then write hashtag #FlawlessinFive and tag @pixibeautyph. Contest is until tomorrow only July 15 2018.💄💕


Saturday, July 7, 2018

Protect your loved ones. Avail a car insurance here in the Philippines.

People buy cars because they want to avoid the long lines as a commuter, to cut short the traveling time, and to have more security and less harassment while traveling. One should not only buy a car but also have it insured. 

I listed some reasons why you need to get a car insurance here in the Philippines:

1. Natural disasters. Here in the Philippines typhoons are more or less 20.

2. Accidents can damage your car. Protect your loved ones when unexpected things happen. 
3. Thieves are always looking for opportunities get your belongings for your car or take away the car itself. 
4. Long term investment. A car is something you can use for years so you need to take care of it for it to last. 
5. High costs of repairs. Damages whether intentional or unintentional the price of repair and acquiring new parts are expensive.


Malayan Insurance Co., Inc. has car insurance package called Malayan Automaster. It covers protection from automobile damage or theft, bodily injuries, vehicular accidents, damages directly caused by typhoon, flood, hurricane, volcanic eruption, earthquake or other convulsions of nature, loss or damages to your vehicle arising out of riots, strikes, or malicious damage done intentionally or unintentionally by third parties. You can also have free protection for your vehicle's standard accessories such as mags, audio and components, and aircon. The package can be enhanced to cover special accessories like bullbar, CD Changer, spoilers, customized magwheels, etc. All you need to do is declare the values, and flow the formula to complete your advantage. 

Fashion 21 All Day Matte Lipstick


Fashion 21 has affordable matte lipsticks. I bought them for P175 each at SM department store. This line is different from the Matte Permanent Lipstick. It comes with a box which is good because it will prevent customers from using it before you can use it. The lipstick case is not heavy. I think it is made of plastic and not metal. It contains 4 grams of product.

Bronze
Sushi



I bought the shades Sushi and Bronze because they are closer to the nude pink I am looking for. When applied on the skin or back of the hand it looks smooth. When I applied it on my lips it looks chappy or patchy. The patchiness is not obvious when you take a picture from afar. The patchy look is like the finish when you apply Maybelline color show lipstick.

Sushi

Bronze

Maybe in the future I will try their Permanent Matte lipsticks and also Features and Shades Luscious Matte Lipsticks.

Rating: (1-5, 5 as highest)
Packaging - 5
Smoothness/Even -2
Color - 4
Contents/Weight- 4
Overall - 2

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Run After Purpose



My bridal makeup client last 2 months.

When I was in college I used to counsel younger people. After graduation I worked as a teacher then college instructor. I was used to giving people advices and remind them of values. Now that I am exercising one of my passions which is makeup. It involves colors, art, creating something. Yes it is fun seeing them happy with the transformation, how I enhanced their beauty or realize that they are beautiful but most of the time I ask myself if they would remember me for a longer time or if I really had an impact in their life. People come and go with the profession I am now in. Not much attachment or friendship.

Things change. It isn't like before that I used to give talks to a larger audience, give life lessons or help a person feel better.

I am just thinking for me to feel more fulfilled maybe I should also promote that people should take care of themselves more, remind that they are beautiful, that being presentable or appearance is important, or give tips on skincare and makeup. After all looking and feeling great boosts confidence. And confidence is needed to face the world everyday.
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I don't want to exist just counting how much I earn, how much I spend or how much I lack. I always want to live more than that, more than just running after money.
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