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  1. #1

    Is Working Abroad the last recourse.

    hi Just came from my work. Traffic... again... ohhh i forgot, until now i have not admitted to myself traffic is one things that to be included in my time management. Tired from everyday of work. and yet compensation is not yet sufficient more times than not.

    I'm a single parent, sibling s are far from me, im the eldest. got to return my son's father (to accept in a light way) to his mother. Im a nurse, actually its my 2nd course. Need to wake up early, to prepare all things for the day for me n my son. The most important thing, must not to get sick. No nanny around, all things have to be taken by myself. With these everyday especially on payday. Really got tired, Too much work, little compensation, longer hours of commuting (actually traffic makes it longer) whew,

    I find myself asking these questions. Why not try to work abroad. Is this really my last recourse, to get more income than I am getting now? is going abroad for work help me n son financially well-off, Is this can be the solution to prepare my son's future? But how will be our relations will go with if i can only let him taken care of other person. So many questions, and I need to find out the answers.

  2. #2
    Isa din ako sa mga gustong mangibang bansa para umunlad sa buhay. Pero kinoconsider ko din *** mga risks kung matutuloy ako.

    1. Magkano magagastos kung mangingibang bansa ako. (processing fee, agency, airfare, accomodation, etc). Kaya ba ng budget ko or ipapangutang ko at babayaran na lang kapag may work na ako dun? Kung Ipapangutang ko, hangang kelan ko mababayaran? Ang purpose ng pagpunta sa ibang bansa para makaipon hindi magbayad ng utang. Kung matatgaln din lang bayaran, hindi worth it.

    2. Pano ako makakahanap ng work sa ibang bansa? Pagdating ko ba dun saka lang ako maghahnap ng work or dito pa lang sa pinas maghahanap na ako ng employer ko dun?

    3.Related ba sa profession ko dito sa pinas yung magiging work ko dun? at magkano or gaano kalaki ang difference ng magiging sahod ko dun kumpara sa sahod ko dito. Kung maliit lang, di parin worth it

    4. Gaano ako katagal magwowork as ibang bansa? 1-5 years or more? or magaapply na ng permanent residency?

    5. Kung babalik pa ako ng Pinas, ano ang babalikan ko? Ibig ko sabihin, kung IT ang profession ko dito sa pinas at nangibang bansa ako at hindi naman IT ang naging trabaho ko dun, pano ulit ako maghahanap ng IT position dito. or magbusiness na lang ako pagbalik ko?

    Yan pa lang ang mga naiisip ko na tanong sa sarili ko kung mangingibang bansa ba ako o hindi. Mahirap mabuhay sa pinas pero kung wala din naman kasiguraduhan na uunlad ka sa ibang bansa, magisip isip muna.

  3. #3
    hi again,yes cool wiz, just like you, been thinking many things that can be happen after na umalis ako.
    1. First yun son ko kanino ko ba siya iiwanan, im just being human, at makatotohan sa feelings ko, though ok naman in laws ko hindi ko siympre iiwanan sa knila in many reason, like matanda na siya at possible na isipin pa ng mga mga anak niya na pinapahirapan ko nanay nila.

    2. Ulila nko, wala nko parents so isipin ko na iwana sa aunt ko who rear me up, hindi rin puwede kasi matanda na rin sya and i am not her priority may mga apo na rin siya sa sarili niya mga anak, palaki lang niya ako.

    3. If sa mga kapatid ko naman same reason, may mga ank sila na dapat nila unahin, bago ang anak ko, siympre kahit sabihin ila na hindi nila pababayaan ang ank ko mahirap pa rin kasi im not the only one or the first one may mga nauna na at narinig na kuwento about what happen to their children after ila ipagkatiwala mga anak nila.

    4. kahit pa sabihin ko na magpapadala ako, (seems like binibii ko ang service nila sa pag aalaga sa anak ko) Im not sure how much really yun sasapat para ma alagaan ang anak ko ng maayos at mapalaki ng tama.

    5. At gaano ko ma sure yun kasiguraduhan na yun relationship namin mag ina ay ganun pa rin ka close pag umalis na ako, which is history an rin di ba na marami ang nasira na relationship ng mga magulang sa anak when nag abroad ang parents.

    So taking sacrifices is really mabigat sa mga willing ako na e risk out. And to date may mga kinokonsider ako na puwede ko alternative if makakaya ng kikitain ko na pandagdag sa regular income ko, if not going abroad is my last recourse.

  4. #4
    Hi.. T.S.
    Ako din.. I also consider na mag work din in abroad. I mean ang hirap makahanap ng work dito at pag may work ka naman minsan mababa pa ang makukuha mo at di masyadong nagagamit ang mga benefits tapos ang laki pa ng tax.
    Isa din sa mga problem ko dito eh yung traffic. Tama ka sobrang traffic talaga dito kahit saan. Minsan kahit malapit lang ang pinapasukan mo malalate ka sa sobrang traffic.
    That's why I would like to work abroad mas malaki income at mas may benefits ka pero mahirap din kasi kailangan mo din ng pera.
    For me, kapag may chance di talaga ako mag dadalawang isip na mag abroad na lang.

  5. #5
    hi
    heto kakarating kolang haus siympre nagpatagal ng biyahe ko eh traffic, kasi magpapasko na daw kaya sobra traffic, eh kahit naman hindi pasko, sobra pa rin traffic. kaya pag ganitong night duty ako eto bumibilis ang araw kasi umalis ako iba pa date pag uwi ko nagpalit na petsa. hehehe

    buti na nga lang wala ulan o bagyo kung hindi mamalasin stranded. pero tama ka malaki lang suweldo pero benefits puwede na rin kasi may hospitalization o medicare ng sapat pero hindi pa rin ok kasi hindi siya puwede pang habang buhay. yun nga mga pasyente namin sa dialysis, nun nasa ibang bansa sila inabutan sila ng sakit nila ok pa kasi libre lahat pero ng kina ilanagn na nila umuwi kasi hindi na sila nakaka work ng maayos ayun uwi din sila dito malas pa yun iba kasi hindi nila tuloy pay ng philhealth nila kaya ayun hirap din.

    kahit inumaga na ako sa traffic may maganda naman ako balita recieve from a friend puwede ko daw maging sideline habang workng ako or pag ok na daw kita ko puwede ko na rin iwanan yun work ko, so na intriga ako kasi kahit daw naka padjama ok lang so hindi malaki gastos sa damit pagpasok makakasama ko pa lagi eto anak ko work at home daw. maya lang ng kaunti rest muna ako then check ko website nila.

  6. #6
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  7. #7
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  8. #8
    Merry Christmas to all.

  9. #9
    hi just get back, i mean its my rest day, got meet a friend way back when i am an ofw, almost 10 yrs na, learning from she is still working as OFW, no regret of she has provided everything materially speaking, but she does not advice me to go on OFW again for some reason she had missed with his son growing up, some attitudes of his son which she almost does not how to advice its not good to have it ..... leaving me a thought of how can a mother's sacrifice of letting herself be a way to her family to compensate the missing needs and yet the reward still hurt her. then no regrets when i had availed my work at home training working both be still with my family and working for the needs my family needs.

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  10. #10
    hi I just have a meet up with my friend from Morroco,and she advised me,that if kaya din lang daw na kumita mas maganda pa rin dito sa pinas, especially pag meron ka anak.

    guato ko n rin share nag start na ako aralin yun lesson on how to work at home. mahirap makahanp ng legal one.

  11. #11
    hi po, kaya lang ako nag abroad last year para makaipon pampakasal.
    Nakaka 10 months na po ako,maganda sweldo,sa it ,nakakapagpadala ,nakakaipon. Di naman patayan sa trabaho mababait katrabaho at boss, walang stress masyado. Kumbaga dapat wala na kong hahanapin pa ,sobrang blessing na...

    .....pero alam mu po yung iniisip ko madalas? yung time na uuwi na ko, iba po sa abroad mahirap po, nakapagbakasyon na ko last dec sa pinas at ibang iba po talaga, parang nawalan sakin ng value yung pera,ngayon ko narerealize na nandito na ko na as cliche as it may sounds totoo po yung kasabihang "the best things in life are free".

    Kung gusto mo po talaga mag abroad, do it, pero saglit lang para lang me startup ka habang maliit pa yung anak mo, ako I'm planning to stay 2 years lang or less pa siguro. Yung pera kikitain mu po pero yung taon na inagaw sayo ng pagaabroad, di mo na mababalik yun....my 2cents lang po,any way good luck

  12. #12
    hi i been there too, dalaga pa ako, nag abroad na rin ako for 3 straight years. 3 yrs lang puwede nun, kaya straight ko na,while on wokr dun i keep on asking sa mga kasama ko why pabalik balik ***, actually sabi nila kais daw palaki rin ng palaki yun expenses dito sa pinas. so yun iba pa kasama ko willing pa e risk ang mga sarili gaya nun iba change name. pero naisip ko nun, "maliit malaki salary pareho lang depende sa lifestyle. naiba lang naisip ko nito magka anak ako at nahiwalay sa hubby ko. but still...... now im actually studying online on how to earn at home, kaya im trying this one. while i still ahve my day job. baka gusto niyo ma try sabi lang kayo

  13. #13
    Ilalahad ko lang personal experience ko...

    Halos ganyan din ang nasa isip ko dati. Naka 6 years na ako na nagta-trabaho pero sweldo ko ay hindi pa rin abot ng 15k php a month. Pagod pa sa biyahe dahil kailangan ko mag-commute ng 2.5 hrs from Rizal to Manila. So that's 5 hrs/day, 25hrs/week, 100+/month and I'm not even a truck driver. I'm an IT professional so malaking oras ang nawawala sa akin na dapat yung oras na yun ay para sa pamilya ko na.

    I thought surely there must be a better way to live this life. So here are some things I realized:

    1. My career and my family will have no future if I stayed sa Pilipinas.

    - The traffic problems, high standard of living, inefficient government, high crime rate, etc are not my problems. We can argue endlessly about being patriotic and doing your share in fixing the problems of the country. But hey I'm not the one doing the decisions. I'm not the who has the power to make things happen sa government. I'm just a regular family man who has his own problems and just trying to live his life. Kung ang mga Ayalas and the rich people nga ay walang pakialam sa problems ng bansa then why should I care. So I have a right to my own life and seek a better future for it. No one should stop me and no one has the right to question my intentions.

    2. Going abroad should not be the last recourse.

    - Marami din namang Pinoy na gumanda buhay sa Pilipinas. Hindi naman kasi para sa lahat ang magtrabaho sa abroad. But working abroad is a viable but tricky option. There will be sacrifices. Malalayo ka sa pamilya mo and that's tough, really tough. Nakaka-baliw minsan. But you must realize that that setup is only temporary. Being away from your family to work should not be permanent. Money can't replace all the time lost.

    3. Have a plan.

    - You need to find a solution to that setup of going abroad to work away from your family and you need to find it quickly. Whether it's saving money to put up your own business when you get back or planning to immigrate to another country. I can't tell you if it's only going to be for 2, 5, 7, or 10 years working abroad but you need to plan before you make the decision. What kind of planning? Something like this. For a job in Dubai that will pay me around say 70k php a month, how many months should I work to save about 1-2 million to put up a business? Of course, the higher the salary, the quicker you can get out of that situation. That's why my head hurts when I hear people working in Saudi who only get paid 40-50k php a month. Why did they take up that offer? That's a lose-lose situation. You won't be able to save. It will take decades before you can save a lot of money. And you will be away from your family for a long time. That's why I cringe when I hear husbands who have been going to the Middle East for 20+ years at naka-graduate na anak sa college ay hindi pa rin bumalik. Why? It's simply because they had no plan. Nasilaw sa pera na hindi naman kalakihan at sumabak na lang basta.

    4. Think about moving to another country for a better life.

    - Bakit nga ba hindi? I've been to a dozen places around the world. There were a lot of good and bad places but I can't say that the Phils is still the best country in the world. Sino niloloko ko? Surely it has a place in my heart. It's where I was born and where I grew up. But there was no rule in any book that tells you to sacrifice your dreams and work in your own country your whole life for people who really don't appreciate your skills and talents. The Henry Sys, Ayalas, Madrigals pay people peanuts so they can haul massive amounts of revenue and profit. It's just business. But I don't want to be a part of that anymore. I wanted to carve my own future and provide a better future for my family. I just can't do it in the Phils. That's my opinion.

    Moving to another country will have its fair share of difficulties. Different culture, racism, etc. But the benefits far outweighs those issues. Your kids will have better education. You will get more from your salary. You can have better options in your life.

    P.S. Sa mga Gabriela at Diego Silangs dyan, please spare me the patriotic, political BS that I'm not Pinoy anymore because I chose to leave the country. There are far different things in this world that you need to look at than just sinking your head in the sand and blindly pointing fingers at people for their beliefs.


    Quote Originally Posted by vanursche View Post
    hi Just came from my work. Traffic... again... ohhh i forgot, until now i have not admitted to myself traffic is one things that to be included in my time management. Tired from everyday of work. and yet compensation is not yet sufficient more times than not.

    I'm a single parent, sibling s are far from me, im the eldest. got to return my son's father (to accept in a light way) to his mother. Im a nurse, actually its my 2nd course. Need to wake up early, to prepare all things for the day for me n my son. The most important thing, must not to get sick. No nanny around, all things have to be taken by myself. With these everyday especially on payday. Really got tired, Too much work, little compensation, longer hours of commuting (actually traffic makes it longer) whew,

    I find myself asking these questions. Why not try to work abroad. Is this really my last recourse, to get more income than I am getting now? is going abroad for work help me n son financially well-off, Is this can be the solution to prepare my son's future? But how will be our relations will go with if i can only let him taken care of other person. So many questions, and I need to find out the answers.

  14. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by metroschifter View Post
    4. Think about moving to another country for a better life.

    - Bakit nga ba hindi? I've been to a dozen places around the world. There were a lot of good and bad places but I can't say that the Phils is still the best country in the world. Sino niloloko ko? Surely it has a place in my heart. It's where I was born and where I grew up. But there was no rule in any book that tells you to sacrifice your dreams and work in your own country your whole life for people who really don't appreciate your skills and talents. The Henry Sys, Ayalas, Madrigals pay people peanuts so they can haul massive amounts of revenue and profit. It's just business. But I don't want to be a part of that anymore. I wanted to carve my own future and provide a better future for my family. I just can't do it in the Phils. That's my opinion.

    Moving to another country will have its fair share of difficulties. Different culture, racism, etc. But the benefits far outweighs those issues. Your kids will have better education. You will get more from your salary. You can have better options in your life.

    P.S. Sa mga Gabriela at Diego Silangs dyan, please spare me the patriotic, political BS that I'm not Pinoy anymore because I chose to leave the country. There are far different things in this world that you need to look at than just sinking your head in the sand and blindly pointing fingers at people for their beliefs.
    bigay lang po ako ng simpleng situation.

    one night,nagdinner kayo ng family mo kasama anak mo sa isang fancy restaurant abroad..breath taking po yung lugar.Feeling some sense of achievement naisip mo.. this is how life should be,I got my family with me and we're experiencing the finer things in life.

    at the same night birthday ng pamangkin mo back in the philippines,so they celebrate in a simple salo-salo,sa bahay lang. Nag rent ng videoke, nagluto ng pansit si nanay then nagiinuman mga pinsan at tito mo.

    Alin po ba mas masaya sa dalawa?

    Different people will have different opinion on how to live and enjoy life.SO siguro po it all boils down to preference na lang.

    Hmmm...pwede mo po sabihin mas masaya sa pinas pero sa public nagaaral anak ko,where in sa abroad nasa international school sya.

    Hmmm...think about it,before ka po nakarating sa abroad san ka po ba nag aral?sa abroad din?

    my 2 cents lang po peace

  15. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by hikary View Post
    bigay lang po ako ng simpleng situation.

    one night,nagdinner kayo ng family mo kasama anak mo sa isang fancy restaurant abroad..breath taking po yung lugar.Feeling some sense of achievement naisip mo.. this is how life should be,I got my family with me and we're experiencing the finer things in life.

    at the same night birthday ng pamangkin mo back in the philippines,so they celebrate in a simple salo-salo,sa bahay lang. Nag rent ng videoke, nagluto ng pansit si nanay then nagiinuman mga pinsan at tito mo.

    Alin po ba mas masaya sa dalawa?

    Different people will have different opinion on how to live and enjoy life.SO siguro po it all boils down to preference na lang.
    I don't see any point bakit mas importante ang extended family mo kaysa sa mga anak at asawa mo. You have to make the tough decisions. In a perfect world, you can be together all in one place. Some people could achieve that and I believe that would be close to a miracle. But your family, i.e. spouse and children, should take precedence when making the choice. Like I said, there will be sacrifices. Pwede ka naman makipag-kaibigan sa bagong lugar na titirhan mo at sila ang ituring mong parang mga kapamilya. What's wrong with that? Lalago pa pamilya mo.

    Many people are dragged down by their extended family because they don't know how to set their priorities. Bakit nga ba mas importante ang nanay mo kaysa sa asawa mo? Bakit ang mga pamangkin mo excited ka makasama pero ang anak mo lagi mo tinatakasan? It's not about preference but it's about your wrong priorities in life. Who in their crazy mind would want to raise their nephews and nieces over their children? All your efforts should be for your family alone. The others should come in second.

    That doesn't mean you will forget about them. That means you have your own family now and they are your top priority and other people should understand and respect that. If you have been Bill Gates or Steve Jobs' son then the choice would have been much easier.


    Quote Originally Posted by hikary View Post
    Hmmm...pwede mo po sabihin mas masaya sa pinas pero sa public nagaaral anak ko,where in sa abroad nasa international school sya.
    The only difference between going to for public and international schools is that you paid way too much for your child to go to an expensive school for a piece of paper that will not matter much in the end. Kaya lang naman hindi maganda ang public school sa Pilipinas ay dahil sa low standards at quality ng mga educators. That doesn't mean that since you didn't pay anything for your child's education then your child should get poor education. In developed countries, the public school systems are in par and sometimes even better than private schools. The government actually has an obligation to provide the best quality education to its people.


    Quote Originally Posted by hikary View Post
    Hmmm...think about it,before ka po nakarating sa abroad san ka po ba nag aral?sa abroad din?
    Why should that matter? That didn't make sense at all.

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  17. #16
    if mag aabroad kayo, may agency naman na wala kang gagastusin like ipams.

    i suggest mag research muna kayo sa bansa na ppuntahan nyo.

    i'm currently in dubai, so far ok naman dito, bihira ang traffic, walang magnanakaw,walang bagyo, mainit nga lang pag ramadan pero kung sa office-bahay ka lang naman walang problema aircon naman.
    mga tao ok din, dami ding pinoy dito.

    anyway di naman porke nag abroad ka ibig sabihin asensado ka na marami rin na nakapag abroad na na maraming utang. depende kasi sa tao yan, if matipid ka kahit sa pinas ka nagwowork makakaipon ka naman.

  18. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by metroschifter View Post
    I don't see any point bakit mas importante ang extended family mo kaysa sa mga anak at asawa mo. You have to make the tough decisions. In a perfect world, you can be together all in one place. Some people could achieve that and I believe that would be close to a miracle. But your family, i.e. spouse and children, should take precedence when making the choice. Like I said, there will be sacrifices. Pwede ka naman makipag-kaibigan sa bagong lugar na titirhan mo at sila ang ituring mong parang mga kapamilya. What's wrong with that? Lalago pa pamilya mo.

    Many people are dragged down by their extended family because they don't know how to set their priorities. Bakit nga ba mas importante ang nanay mo kaysa sa asawa mo? Bakit ang mga pamangkin mo excited ka makasama pero ang anak mo lagi mo tinatakasan? It's not about preference but it's about your wrong priorities in life. Who in their crazy mind would want to raise their nephews and nieces over their children? All your efforts should be for your family alone. The others should come in second.

    That doesn't mean you will forget about them. That means you have your own family now and they are your top priority and other people should understand and respect that. If you have been Bill Gates or Steve Jobs' son then the choice would have been much easier.
    as hikary says:
    different person will have different opinion
    i guess masnakikita mo masmaganda yung unang situation
    at mali yung 2nd situation...

  19. #18
    hi,sa lahat, thanks for your comments, suggestion, opinions, yes,different people different experience but we learn from each other.

    anyway, i just wanted to share my experience, too, as i hve said, both worlds na try ko an rin before, just thinking that thoughts of if working abroad is the last recourse para maka help sa pamilya or may pang sustain sa expenses ng family.

    as i ahve shared na rin dalaga pa ako nun na try ko na mag abroad, gard na rin ako nun 1st course ko chem engg. just try it kasi nun halos dami punta abroad, adn i had treasured yun naging experience ko and had my share fo my realities. yun una nga po na natutunan ko, kahit nasan ka dito man o abroad depende sa lifestyle mo o ng pamilya mo ang dapat na income mo. kaya nagiging pabalik blik ang mga mga OFW kasi, sa papalaking lifestyle kahit maliit ang family hindi pa rin kasya income kasi nga nun lumaki ang income kasi working abroad na lumaki din luho o lifestyle yun dati na kasya lang 10T na kita hindi na napapagkasya ng ng abroad na.

    one thing din sa realities ko, kawalan ng plano, til kelan ba plan mo mag abroad para mag ipon ka ng halaga na kailanganin mo dito na pansimula ng bago na buhay mo like business. or plan mo till when ka ba mag stay o malayo sa anak mo, in what year mo ba dapat na mkasama sila kasi need nila guidance mo at to stay close ang relationship mo. now, tinigin ko hindi pa rin dahilan kasi ang technologies kasi yun friend ko na share ko sa inyo, may FB nga pero saglit lang mag chat anak niya kasi mag lalaro pa daw, so they still can manipulate time na sana gusto mo makipag bonding thru chat. mas maigi pa rin ang presence talaga di ba.

    meorn pa ako iba realities next time share ko ulit. but eto natutunan ko po, hindi ka dapat mag limit sa kaalaman mo sa degree na natapos mo, you ahve to learn to embrace ang mga pagbabago, like, wala na o hindi na in demand yun kurso mo. so dapat open ka ng iba pa kaalaman na puwede mo aralin para makapag dagdag ka ng income mo at hindi na kelanganin na umalis ng pinas. this is what I am now. http://bit.ly/VAworkathome

    Im workng as nurse now (its my 2nd course) and have been thinkng yun pag work abroad, kasi nga ang nurse maliit lang salary pag dito lang sa pinas. but as i told you, i want to give a chance na mag try pa ng another way na hindi umalis pero puwede pa rin masustain income ang expenses ko at hindi pa ako lalayo sa anak ko, since ako na lang ang kasma niya, im a single parent. at the same time, maiiwasan ko pa ang traffic, pumasok sa work kahit bagyo na since hindi puwede eh cancel ang treatmetn ng mga pasyente. or I can still have both world. and get satisfied with my career at increase cash flow.

    hay haba na pala kuwento ko, hope i can part my experience and learning sa inyo. I will share more next time. maging open lang tayo sa mga opportunties na puwede tayo makinabang but dapat maingat tayo sa pagpili rin. so again, i am into self learning with the help ng teacher ko try to read more of this http://bit.ly/VAworkathome


    super thanks sa inyo for reading my piece, bow

  20. #19
    Hayss simpleng logic di maintindihan

    sige na nga deretsohin ko na . Hindi lahat ng tao nabubuhay para sa pera. Sa situation na binigay ko above, I'm not actually saying na mamili ka between your immediate family and your extended one??hello analyze please .

    I sum it up pretty well sa ending statement ko,

    "Different people will have different opinion on how to live and enjoy life.SO siguro po it all boils down to preference na lang."

    Iba Iba po sa bawat tao definition ng happiness , and pano mabuhay at ienjoy ang buhay. Yung iba masaya sa material things at pera yung iba
    masaya sa love,friends,family. getting my point?

    ever heard of "best things in life are free?"


    Quote Originally Posted by metroschifter View Post
    Many people are dragged down by their extended family because they don't know how to set their priorities. Bakit nga ba mas importante ang nanay mo kaysa sa asawa mo? Bakit ang mga pamangkin mo excited ka makasama pero ang anak mo lagi mo tinatakasan? It's not about preference but it's about your wrong priorities in life. Who in their crazy mind would want to raise their nephews and nieces over their children? All your efforts should be for your family alone. The others should come in second.
    Wow! big statements,
    pero minsan po analyze muna bago maging emo lol.

    Irrelevant na yung line of questioning mo kasi nga simula pa lang di muna nakuha yung point lol

    Quote Originally Posted by metroschifter View Post
    Why should that matter? That didn't make sense at all.
    Why bother? you've missed the point completely lol


    PS.
    I belong to generation Y and some values I picked up from older generation actually makes sense.

    ever heard of the phrase "ang hindi marunong tumingin sa pinagalingan di makakarating sa paroroonan?"

    nood ka po ng New Yorker in Tondo baka maliwanagan ka po


  21. #20
    hi we are all intended with our own understanding and opinion, we just have to learn to respect each others point of view,

    anyway, hay, 3 na naman ang nag resigned sa amin, 2 mag OFW sa ibang bansa na *** mag aalaga ng mga may sakit, and isa mas minabuti na lang muna ang e focus sa start niya na busness, ako eto while still weighing things whihc is which and at the same time, giving my self time frame, eto action pa rin ang beauty ko trying to add ng income via this online or work abroad thing, since lagi ko naman hindi nakakalimutan hindi mahawakan man alng ang computer o laptop ko, i might as well na pagka kitaan ang binabayaran ko na pldt di ba, so as i am sharing marami din tayo pa magagawa na alternative na paraan like im telling you, check niyo po eto explaining how will u do it, http://bit.ly/VAworkathome

    enjoy ka na sa kita mo depende pa rin sa skill mo natutu ka pa, kahit hindi ka techie di ba, so see u mga friendship

    ingatz lagi

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