posted by Jennie on Jul 26
PMI Philippines Chapter is bringing in Paul Steinfort, in a bid to help government and private sectors in post-disaster management. Paul Steinfort is an internationally recognized authority on post-disaster recovery and reconstruction programs.
Post-Disaster Management Workshop
To make the workshop more accessible to people and organizations whose hearts are invested in helping in times of crises, PMI has allotted several seats to be raffled off, TWO (2) of which will be given away via MarriageAndBeyond.com.
Now, should you be unavailable on August 8-9 or feel that you are not really the right audience for it, YOU SHOULD STILL JOIN this contest. Why? Because if you win, the organizers will provide you with a list of NGOs to choose from to gift your winning slot to. Consider it your way of helping key organization representatives to benefit from the workshop, who shall in turn be the catalyst of best practices for disaster management.
Contest runs from 12:01 AM July 25, 2014 to 12:00 AM of July 28, 2014. Winners will be notified Monday morning on how to claim their tickets.
Easy way to win a scholarship slot. Just click away and follow the prompts!
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posted by Jennie on Jul 25
If you’re a new homeowner, you might be starting to feel like you can easily spend the cost of your mortgage each month just on hiring people to do upkeep. The lawn needs mowing, the toilet is overflowing, the gutters need cleaning, and that’s just the beginning. A myriad of problems can arise anytime when you own your own home. Not to mention, you’re sure to find lots of things you’d just like to have done. You’d like to have the shutters painted, the bathroom regrouted, and to have ceiling fans installed throughout the house. But constantly hiring handymen, plumbers, and carpenters to aid you with all these projects does get costly. That’s why so many young homeowners today are doing more and more projects themselves.
You can save a lot of money by taking on projects yourself. Not to mention, each small project you complete around the house leaves you with a knowhow that will make it even easier and quicker next time a similar problem arises. Plus, when you complete something yourself, rather than paying someone to do it for you, you’re left with a huge feeling of pride at a job well done.
So what are some easy projects to begin with? Start small. Don’t decide to rip out all the walls and start fresh if you’ve barely even picked up a hammer. What are some of the most pressing issues in your home? Start with those and begin by picking up some of the basic tools you’ll use constantly like a drill, a wire crimper, a hose, and a ladder. You can find lots of things you’ll need at the thediyoutlet.com or you can visit your local hardware store for ideas about necessities and easy projects to get started on, like clearing drains or gutters. Read the rest of this entry »
posted by Jennie on Jul 8
Welcome to The Bumble Collection – Rachel Roundabout Diaper Bag Giveaway!
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posted by Jennie on Jul 4
Saturdates are always something Jeff and I look forward to. Last week’s started off with Electrolux’s Delighful-E Yummy Kitchen Class. For someone who spends hours upon hours every week in the kitchen preparing for my family’s meal, I love to learn more to add variety to my usual kitchen prowess. Haha!
The Delightful-E Yummy Kitchen Class was jump started by Nutritionist Ms. Carmela Taob, who gave us valuable tips on how to pick the freshest produce, fish and meat from the market. It is the first step to guarantee a nutrient-packed meal for the family. She also introduced the Electrolux NutriFresh™ refrigerator is equipped with NutriLight, a system of patented LED lights that helps improve and retain the vitamin content of your food by simulating sunlight. Talk about innovation right in the fridge to keep our food inside fresh longer.
Chef Rosebud’s 10-Minute Recipes: Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Tenders and Tuna Fettuccini with Sun Dried Tomatoes
Truth be told, the above recipes Chef Rosebud cooked during the kitchen class took her less than 10 minutes to finish each. Not kidding! I actually timed her. Haha! I have used an induction cooker and I know this is so possible. I would love to do this recipe at home soon.
Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Tenders Recipe:
3 tbsp mustard
3 tbsp honey
2 tsp balsamic vinegar
1 tsp sugar
1/2k. chicken tenders
2 cups crushed potato chips
salt and pepper to taste
oil for frying
1. Put mustard, honey, vinegar, sugar and salt in bowl. Set aside.
2. Pan fry chicken pices till golden brown and drain on paper towels.
3. Place cooked chickn in a bowl and drizzle with the honey mustard dressing. Toss to coat chidken.
4. Roll chicken pieces in potato chips. Serve with the honey mustard dressing.
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posted by Jennie on Jun 19
Back to School in Style Event
Organized by: Mom Powered Media
10 Winners each receiving a $100 Gift Card
Event dates: 7/21 – 8/4
Giveaway is open to US and Canadian Residents. Please indicate MarriageAndBeyond.com referred you.
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posted by Jennie on Jun 15
Eating healthy is becoming a trend. A lot of people have switched from eating carbohydrates-rich dishes to taking in fresh and newly picked greens. To help those who are in search for the freshest and the greenest ingredients in the Philippines, Electrolux, a global leader in home appliances, has come up with the Delightful-E Yummy Picks series! Read the rest of this entry »
posted by Jeff on Jun 12
As wifey and I were busy this morning tidying up the house (so we could have our Independence Day date later) while our little guy was out vacationing with his Ninong and Tita for their ID celebration getaway, I received this sweet treat for Father’s Day from Max’s Restaurant. Thank you so much, Max’s!
A thoughtful Father’s Day Treat from Max’s: A customized Father’s Day cake from Max’s Corner Bakery, #PusoToTheMax memorabilia shirt, pins and autographed posters and Max’s GCs.
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