Financial Advise

If you’re good at stock market investment, would you still need a life insurance?

Stork market is a powerful tool when building your wealth. But you could also lose money in the stock market when an illness strikes. Photo by Negative Space on Pexels.com Disclaimer: Everything I've written below stems from my own perspective based on personal experience with stock market investment and from trainings I've attended to become… Continue reading If you’re good at stock market investment, would you still need a life insurance?

Homeschooling

Tip for Homeschoolers: Use Canva to Create Stunning Posters and Photo Collages

My son's project for Social Studies utilizing Canva as creative platform. My son's topic on Social Studies today focuses on the Early Inhabitants of the Philippines. To help him retain information he was reading from his book, as well as combine as many subjects as we can (Social Studies + Computer for this project), I… Continue reading Tip for Homeschoolers: Use Canva to Create Stunning Posters and Photo Collages

Homeschooling

July 2019 Homeschooling Highlights

Aside from the Geology Tour that I organized for homeschoolers, a number of awesome things happened during our 2nd month of homeschooling. Below are some of the highlights of activities for the month of July: My youngest son enrolled in piano for his MAPEH. Although music is my second love, I can't teach its technical… Continue reading July 2019 Homeschooling Highlights

Geology, Homeschooling, Local Travel

Alternative Learning Class (ALC) in Geology for Homeschooling Kids

Video file of our 3-day ALC in Geology One of the best things about homeschooling is how easily the world can become your child's laboratory - every corner can be explored and studied at his or her pace, at his or her own time without the confining corners of a classroom. Last week, I became… Continue reading Alternative Learning Class (ALC) in Geology for Homeschooling Kids

Geology

The Lone Survivor

This short story was inspired by a true event that happened while I was working in Mindanao as Senior Geologist for a government agency. I originally posted this on my private blog with minor revisions now, mostly grammatical corrections. ---------------------------------------------------- I still remember vividly how the day started. I saw my wife preparing my lunch… Continue reading The Lone Survivor

Coping with Depression, Poems

Meus Amicus, Meus Vir – A Poetry About Friendship

(This poem was originally posted in my private blog in March 16, 2008.) like a bunch of flowers in a dark roomyour aura takes aways the gloom;overwhelming sadness to which I succumbshy away from your musical laughter; like a waterfall against a jagged blufftears spill on my anguished face;you come like sunshine on a summer's… Continue reading Meus Amicus, Meus Vir – A Poetry About Friendship

Geology, Homeschooling, Life

Teaching My Kids About How Science Should Be Used in the Service of People

TOPSHOTS A body of a dead man is seen in Tacloban, on the eastern island of Leyte on November 10, 2013 after Super Typhoon Haiyan swept over the Philippines. The typhoon that destroyed entire towns across the Philippines is believed to have killed more than 10,000 people, authorities said on November 10, which would make… Continue reading Teaching My Kids About How Science Should Be Used in the Service of People