“I see dead people.” ~Cole Sear, The Sixth Sense Can kids really see ghosts? I confronted this question five years ago when my firstborn, Sasha, was only 3 years old. I observed her playing with someone I couldn’t see. I asked her who she was playing with, and she said, “Kuya.” But we were only …

“We must start saving and investing while we are young because the real currency in insurance is our age and our health.” ~Jovs Villano, Financial Advisor If there is one word that is nowhere near a millennial’s vocabulary, that would be investing. Of course, this is not true for everyone. Some millennials might be aware of …

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links—I’ll earn a percentage for each purchase made through the said links. Earlier today, I attended Crossmount’s parents’ orientation. That could only mean one thing: the school year 2021-2022 is about to start. And like last year, it will be online learning. online learningAny form of learning conducted partly or …

When I learned that I am pregnant with my first child, Sasha, the first thing that came into my mind is: will we (my husband and I) able to give our child the future that he or she deserves? Well, I guess parents always think of a bright future for their kids, including sending him …

The Department of Education (DepEd) requires the submission of a PSA-stamped birth certificate. PSA, formerly NSO (National Statistics Office), stands for Philippine Statistics Authority. Schools like Joyland Playschool Childcare and Learning Center need this when registering the student for his or her LRN or the Learner Reference Number. LRN is the 12-digit number DepEd assigns …