We’re almost done with the In-Country Learning Series by World Bank with different agencies and institutions from all over the country. Blogging this just because Jason can get wifi signal from the upper floor. LOL I was able to squeeze this in while listening to the learning seminar and writing a meeting invite.
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… Here’s a list of the things I’m grateful for: Exhausting but successful Resilient Metro Manila workshop and press conference with Arup Manila and Arup Hongkong. Meeting and working with people from Arup and Makati City ICRD Dinner at Prince Albert with Arup and Makati City Government officials. It’s my first time to eat there […]
Friday, June 11, was a really long and tiring day. It was slow for the rest in the office because they were busy preparing for the parade. Banner from Councilor/Mayor-elect Jun-Jun’s office Taken by Doy who’s not yet friends with my camera LOL
Another weekend’s here and I still haven’t gotten around to blogging about last weekend after telling myself throughout the week that I should. *facepalms* Anyway, before another backlog… Seems like I’m going to be spending most of my weekends with friends to keep my mind busy. It’s always thoughts during “the end of the day” […]
Ugh, I’m supposed to blog about my beerday celebrationS (yes, with an ‘s’), but I forgot the pics in my desktop. *lol* Anyway, since there will be another Clean and Green inspection a few weeks from now, I think I should I blog about the inspection from two months ago. >_> I wish our team […]
A few months ago, the Clean and Group group had the first quarter school inspections. Our team was in charge of the District 2 schools with 17 in total: 01 – Guadalupe Viejo Elementary School 02 – San Jose Elementary School 03 – Nemesio I. Yabut Elementary School 04 – Pitogo High School 05 – […]
Goofing off doesn’t sound good. Prolly “taking a break” is better. Here are eight additional reasons why I think Internet slacking boosts productivity. 1. The subconscious mind keeps working. Unlike physical labor, which stops when the worker stops, the mind keeps working on mental tasks when you’re not thinking about them. This powerful process of […]
So John Legend’s gonna have a concert on the 26th. D: I’m not a big fan, but I like one of his songs. :3 Let’s make love Let’s go somewhere they might discover us Let’s get lost in lust XDDD Last week was intense. Work-wise. Days and nights were spent working on climate change. If […]
Too much walking yesterday. Thank goodness ankle cooperated. XD; I told Jan we’d go to Greenhills between 9:30AM-10:30AM, but I had to add more information in the climate change speech which took me long. Jan then had to go to the office to escape the wrath of her father *lol* and wait for me. ^_^V […]
So I’m taking a quick break from climate change papers. I read from chochajin’s blog that unless you’re a native speaker of English, you won’t be able to teach the language in Japan. A certification will be needed that you studied English in a university. I’m not too sure on the full details, but I […]
WTF. I didn’t know I still had this in my drafts! This was around the weekend after Dec. 3. Publishing this since I pity my braincells that worked on this and for the lulz~ >_> For some reason, I felt happy yesterday. Probably because I can afford to buy bottles and bottles of beer again. […]