Live to Win! And Other Life Strategies You Can Do at Any Stage in Your Life

Success doesn’t come easy for most of us. But that doesn’t mean we should easily give up. In fact, according to Jonathan Yabut, the winner of the first The Apprentice Asia, should look at failures not as the opposite of success, but an “input to future success.” “Everyone needs a dose of failure to get [&hellip

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58 “lighthouse” schools put up by International Institute for Rural Reconstruction, proves gardening eliminates malnutrition in Region 4A public schoolchildren

Fifty-eight “lighthouse” schools have been put up in Region 4A by the International Institute for Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) which teaches K-12 pupils gardening as a reliable solution to malnutrition that can be prevalent among schoolchildren. The IIRR has proven that the lighthouse schools in its Gardening and Nutrition Education with School-based Supplementary Feeding (GARNESUPP) is [&hellip

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ARTOTEL GROUP AND SINAR MAS LAND ESTABLISHED JOINT VENTURE COOPERATION FOR ROOMS INC. HOTEL BRAND

ARTOTEL Group is proud to announce its joint venture cooperation with Sinar Mas Land to establish one joint company with the name of PT SINAR ARTOTEL INDONESIA (PT SAI). The joint venture cooperation aims to manage Rooms Inc, a hotel brand initially created and owned by SINAR MAS LAND. PT. SAI also strives to expand [&hellip

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How to Make Dinuguan – Pork viscera in blood sauce

Dinuguan (Pork Blood Stew) or Dinardaraan in Ilocano is a Filipino dish usually made from the blood, entrails and meat of a pig. It is sometimes known as “chocolate meat” as the stew has a thick chocolate-like color and consistency. The name “dinuguan” is derived from the Filipino word “dugo”, meaning blood. Likewise, in Ilocano, [&hellip

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Cordillera’s heirloom rice: A bright spot in the export market

Mina-angan, hungduan, ulikan, jekot, diket, and tinawon—they can be mistaken as names of people but they’re not. They are actually varieties of heirloom rice from the Cordillera region which are now making a niche in the export market and are heading their way in the United States through the efforts of the Department of Agriculture [&hellip

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Developing High-Yielding Pole Sitao Cultivars for Organic Production

Pole sitao is also known as long-podded cowpea, asparagus bean, snake bean, or Chinese long bean. In other dialects it is known as dau gokin Cantonese, thua fak yao in Thai and kacang panjang in Indonesian and Malay, sitawin Tagalog, utong in Ilokano, latoy in Ilonggo, bora in the West Indies, and vali or eeril [&hellip

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How to Make Money from One’s Crafts and Hobbies

There’s always money to be made from one’s crafts and hobbies, and even if it doesn’t seem so at first glance. There are small-scale manufacturing opportunities available to even unskilled workers that can be expanded over time. If you’re willing to learn some basic crafts, you can turn those skills into a home-based business. First, [&hellip

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Points To Keep in Mind While Searching for an Auto Transport Company

When you are planning to ship your vehicle, there are certain points that you should keep in mind to have a positive experience as hiring a wrong company for the job may ruin your experience and can damage your vehicle too. Following are some check points that you can rely upon: Make a List of [&hellip

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7 Free SEO Tools to Instantly Improve Your Google Ranking

If SEO is on your mind but your budget is limited or in-existent, stop worrying. Nowadays, you can find plenty of free SEO tools that will compensate for your lack of financial resources. Since many SEO tasks like keyword research, analytics, and trends research cannot be performed without specialized SEO software, you must quickly discover [&hellip

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7 Tips to Save Up for your Home Deposit

With the prices of rent skyrocketing, it makes a lot more sense to buy a home. Saving up for a down payment for your house may be hard, but it can be done. Remember, the higher your home ownership deposit is, the lower your loan and monthly payment will be. Here are some ways to [&hellip

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How to Delay the Ripening of Fruits

How to Delay the Ripening of Fruits According to researchers at the UP Los Baños, the ripening of fruits can be delayed from one to two weeks under the following conditions. 1. Don’t pick the fruits very soon. Trees have a natural way of retarding the ripening of fruits. 2. Take care not to bruise [&hellip

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74% of Filipino online borrowers save money for long-term family plans

A customer survey conducted by the international alternative lending holding Robocash Group in the Philippines has shown that 86% of its Filipino customers are currently saving money for different purposes. Remarkably, long-term plans are in priority for 73.8% of respondents. Thus, 32.8% save funds for a house, and 21.7% do it to pay for education. [&hellip

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