How To Make A Google Docs

How To Make A Google Docs

A lot of people and businesses, not only bloggers need to make a Google Docs to gather information, survey, or to ask other bloggers to input their url and other pertinent data. Google Docs- Google’s document solutions for groups & businesses.

Create and share your work online and access your documents from anywhere. Managedocuments, spreadsheets, presentations, surveys, and more all in one.

I may not be an expert but I hope to share this new found technique to everyone. Enjoy!

Making a Google Docs is as easy as counting from one to eight, So here it goes:

  1. First, go to gmail and sign in
  2. Then go to https://drive.google.com
  3. Click Create
  4. Then click Form
  5. Fill up all form
  6. Then click send form
  7. Get direct url and send to people for them to fill up
  8. All data wil be saved in one spreadsheet via drive.google.com

Enjoy!

Antistax®: The secret to healthy legs

Antistax®: The secret to healthy legs


Just like some of you, I always thought that varicose veins is a cosmetic problem. When I was invited at the launching of Antistax® at Luzon Ballroom, Makati ShangriLa Hotel in Makati City I learned that varicose veins could also be a manifestation of a much deeper health problem like an early warning signs of a progressive vein disease called Chronic Venous Insufficiency. If left ignored, this condition can have a significant impact on the legs’ function, thereby, affecting one’s mobility. It is a good thing that Boehringer Ingelheim (Phil.) Inc. brings Antistax®, one of the world’s leading anti-varicose supplements, to the Philippines. Now, Filipinos and Filipinas have a natural way to prevent many of the commonplace leg problems as

Antistax®, the first and only anti-varicose supplement in the local market, is the perfect synergy of nature and science in leg health management. It is proven safe and effective in helping strengthen and protect women’s legs from the inside out. It also helps restore and regenerate women’s natural mobility by preventing leg vein problems such as pain, heaviness (ngalay), swelling, and varicose veins.

“We are very pleased to introduce Antistax® to Filipinas who, like many women all over the world, value their legs not only for their aesthetic appeal but also for their functional value. We know that healthy legs are important in order for them to live an active and quality life and we’re certain that Antistax can help them with that,” says Mely Guerrero, Group Brand Manager, Boehringer Ingelheim’s Consumer Healthcare Division.

This is a milestone for Filipinas who have been weighed down by these leg problems, unaware of the cause of their complaints. The complacency to address their leg issues stem from a clear misconception and lack of understanding about vein conditions. But Filipinas are not alone. In fact, a study conducted among 4,000 women from 4 different countries in Europe and Latin America reveals that nearly 25% of women experience leg pain. 16% did not consult anyone about their problem and another 14% spoke to friends and family rather than their doctor. Women’s leg issues are simply trivialized into an aesthetic rather than a functional concern because they are perceived to be not life-threatening.

Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) is a condition where leg veins are already weak and damaged, preventing them from pumping blood back to the heart. Apart from leg pain and appearance of varicose veins, it manifests through symptoms like skin changes, itching and swelling. CVI is also more common among women than men. Other risk factors include heredity, age, weight, pregnancy and prolonged sitting/standing. These signs are compounded by a lifestyle that puts undue pressure on the legs.

The key to preventing varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency is to improve blood circulation in the leg area. Good thing there is Antistax® to provide leg vein protection. Dubbed as a leg vein specialist, Antistax® is made with natural red vine leaf extract, which is known to contain a unique ingredient called bio-active Flaven™. The red vine leaf extract is made from a special variety of grape leaves which are carefully harvested and processed to ensure that the bio-active Flaven™ content is the same for each tablet.

Bio-active Flaven™ is a potent combination of flavonoids which have been scientifically proven to improve blood circulation in the legs, thus preventing common leg vein problems of heavy, achy, tired and swollen legs. It acts by repairing and protecting the vein walls to fight against the damaging process of this vein disease.

Through Antistax®, women can now do this without resorting to costly and invasive procedures as injections or surgery. With just one tablet a day, women can now take the first step in caring for their legs’ health.

To celebrate the launch of Antistax® in the Philippines, Boehringer Ingelheim commissioned five Filipina photographers to showcase photos that capture gorgeous legs of women in various shapes, sizes, and situations. Titled Legs for Life, the exhibit aims for women to understand and appreciate that beautiful legs are legs that are healthy and capable of bringing delight to people with every stride.

With Antistax®, women will no longer have to worry about experiencing leg pains and problems, and instead continue being their active self and engage in life more with their healthy, beautiful legs.

Antistax® is a product of Boehringer Ingelheim (Philippines), Inc. and is available in all leading pharmacies and drugstores nationwide. No approved therapeutic claims.

How To Commute To Tagaytay

How To Commute To Tagaytay

Option #1 By BusThe following bus companies provide transport between Manila and Batangas, with Tagaytay CIty as a major stop. Please take note that these buses travel a slow route – Aguinaldo Highway, which traverses Bacoor, Imus, Dasmarinas, and Silang in Cavite. 

  • Batman Star Express
  • Golden Dragon (terminal – behind Sogo Hotel and McDonalds near MRT Taft Avenue)
  • San Agustin
  • Erjohn
  • Kirby, Mindanao Express
  • Lorna Buses (starting point Lawton, passing Taft Avenue, turning right at Quirino, and left to Roxas in Manila, proceeding to Coastal Road and Emilio Aguinaldo Highway.)

Kindly ask the bus conductor to let you off in Tagaytay Rotonda.

FROM CUBAO

There are buses going to Nasugbo in Batangas parked in front of Alimall, Cubao. There are Air-conditioned buses available. I still don’t know the fare as of this writing because we usually bring our own car whenever we visit Tagaytay City.
FROM TAFT
You could also try the bus terminal at Taft station. If you are coming from MRT, take the exit at the left side. You will find Crow buses going to Olivarez/ Nasugbu at the back of Dunkin Donuts/ Chowking/ Sogo. It will pass Tagaytay City.

Travel time is approximately 3 hours. So that’s a pretty long ride if you avail of public transportation.
Option #2 By Van
There are vans going to Tagaytay in Mandaluyong just in front of Jollibee in Starmall, Mandaluyong.
You could also ride a van located along a street before Metropoint mall along Edsa-Pasay Rotonda. The van is going to Batangas but it will pass by Tagaytay City via Sta. Rosa exit. This will shorten your travel time to just about 1 hour and a half. The route is through Southwoods exit then to Aguinaldo highway, Silang, Cavite. 
Option #3 By private vehicle

By private vehicle from Metro Manila: 

Go to the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) from any of the following points:

Buendia Flyover (Gil Puyat Flyover)
Skyway: Gil Puyat Ramp
Skyway: Makati
Arnaiz Avenue / Pasay Road Intersection
Skyway: Don Bosco Magallanes
Skyway Entrance: Magallanes
Nichols Toll Barrier
C5
Merville
Skyway: Bicutan
Bicutan
Skyway: Dr. A. Santos (Sucat)
Sucat
Skyway: Alabang South Station
Alabang
Filinvest
Susana Heights

Note: If you choose to take the Skyway after the toll plaza, get off the ramp leading to the rest of SLEX below. Otherwise you will end up in Alabang-Zapote.

  • Leave SLEX at the Greenfield City/ Eton City Exit (Malitlit Exit).
  • Drive along the Greenfield Parkway, passing Eton City on the right and Pramana on the left. 
  • Three kilometres from SLEX you will arrive at a fork in the road.
  • Take the left road which is United Blvd. 
  • Drive straight ahead for the next four kilometers. 
  • At the intersection just past the Southern Luzon Hospital, drive straight ahead. 
  • Turn right at San Bruno Drive passing Paseo de Sta Rosa. 
  • Drive straight ahead until you reach the Tagaytay-Sta.Rosa Road where you turn left across from Rose and Grace Restaurant. 
  • Drive along the Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa Road for the next seven kilometers passing Sta. Elena Subdivision, Brittany, Nuvali, and Crown Asia.
  • Continue until the two-lane road passing through Silang, Cavite. Landmarks are Pasong Langka, Ponderosa, and Windsor Heights.
  • Follow this road until you arrive at the Tagaytay Public Market just several meters from the Tagaytay-Calamba Road. 
  • Turn left here — you will be heading in the direction of the Picnic Grove. (Meanwhile, enjoy breathtaking views of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano on your right). 
  • Turn left again on Kaykulot, a single lane road just past the entrance to the Picnic Grove. The Tagaytay Retreat and Training Center is 800 meters from this point

Travel time: About 1 1/2 hours from Manila
Toll fee: I still have to recheck before posting it here.

Enjoy Tagaytay!

COFFEE BEAN AND TEA LEAF: Open House

COFFEE BEAN AND TEA LEAF: Open House

I love Coffee and Donuts! That’s why I love hanging out at various tea and coffee shops around the metro.

Drinking Coffee in moderation is not bad. Your coffee and tea actually contain a group of antioxidants called flavonoids.

And guess what? March is the time of the year that all Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf fans are waiting for! And I am happy to share this information to you my dear readers! No, I am not paid to post this information. I simply love to share free information. Tan tara raran…..announcing the
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Open House! Yehey!

Take note of the date please. On March 17, 2013 from ten a.m. to eleven thirty a.m. you and I will get to enjoy a complimentary 12 oz. Passion Guava Fru-Tea or an 8 oz. Passion Guava Tea Latte absolutely Free!

Dear Readers, please read the small prints, may exemption po ha? Please take note of that,  baka magwala kayo sa galit ( ha ha ha! Joke.) pag doon kayo napunta sa branch na walang open house at ma disappoint po kayo. God bless you!

Smile po and Enjoy!

SCIENCE IS MADNESS

SCIENCE IS MADNESS

A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to
an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be
asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired: “How heavy is this glass of water?”

Answers called out ranged from 8 oz. to 20 oz.

She replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t matter. It depends on how
long I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, it’s not a problem. If I hold
it for an hour, I’ll have an ache in my arm. If I hold it for a day, my
arm will feel numb and paralyzed. In each case, the weight of the glass
doesn’t change, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes.” She
continued, “The stresses and worries in life are like that glass of
water. Think about them for a while and nothing happens. Think about
them a bit longer and they begin to hurt. And if you think about them
all day long, you will feel paralyzed – incapable of doing anything.”

It’s important to remember to let go of your stresses. As early in the
evening as you can, put all your burdens down. Don’t carry them through
the evening and into the night. Remember to put the glass down! – source fb science is madness

I came across this post in FB and decided to share it with you my dear readers. Maybe unlike all of you, I tend to hold on my anger which is bad- No- really really bad ‘coz it brings nothing but sadness and fear. I am a very vocal person and a lot of people don’t like that. They want people and friends who won’t say the truth on their faces. What they want are backstabbing bitch and monsters. 

ULOAD: Vendo Loader Business

ULOAD: Vendo Loader Business


We were invited to the business presentation of Vendo Loader called Uload.  I was apprehensive to attend at first because I thought it is one of those get-rich scheme and multi-level marketing but it turned out to be a franchise vendo machine.

Uload is a new Digital E-load Vending Machine concept introduced to the market by Mindmap Commtech Inc., a local joint venture with FORTH Corp. Public Company Limited (Thailand). Uload Digital E-Loading is designed to be a unmanned and operational at 24/7. It uses the latest GPRS technology to ensure fast and efficient Eload to its end users. With a 7″ LCD touch screen, this e-loading machine has a small footprint and accepts both coins and paper bills. Uload is an ALL-IN-ONE E-loading machine and connected to all 3 Cellphone Companies.

Forth Corp. was established in 1989 under the name of “Genius Communication System Company Limited” , has a registered capital of over 1 Million Baht. The company has extensive research in development and the manufacture of Private Branch Exchange (PBX) under the trademark of FORTH. In 2005, the company became public and was registered under the name of “Forth Corporation Public Company Limited” (FORTH).

Franchise Details:

Franchising Plan (License to Use)

They offer a unique and affordable business structure designed for every Filipino:

  • Php30,000.00 for a 2.5 year License to our Uload Digital ending Machine
  • An advance of Php10,000.00 inventory load (for the 6 Telcos).
  • 7.5% profit-sharing on gross sales of Eloads
  • Other expenses: Php400.00/year for insurance and Php500.00/year for BIR registration
  • Franchisee can rent or provide their own location for the Uload to be deployed.

Inclusive of:
Use of trade name and logo
Usage rights of the machine
Customer support system
Technical training for basic inhouse servicing

Distributor / Wholesaler
For entrepreneurs who think of a long term yield, this wholesale investment allows you to earn more than you would from a regular franchise.

With the option to put up units for yourself or self franchise, these options allow you to expand your networks, increase your revenue and explore bigger possibilities.

Contact Information:

Mindmap Commtech Inc.
7748-A St. Paul Road, San Antonio Village
Makati City, Philippines
Phone: (02) 895-9935, (02) 856 2333, (02)890-3907/3794
Email : sales@uload.com.ph, mindmap.sales@gmail.com
Web: www.uload.com.ph
They presented to us the advantages of a Vending Machine Business. 

  • I learned that it is an all cash business. All sales transactions are immediately paid in cash. No credit. ( Walang utang)
  • Vending machines, in general, require only minimal maintenance.
  • There’s no need to hire sales employees, and your business is potentially open 24 hours a day. Because there is minimal overhead costs, you can sell your products at very competitive prices.
  • It is recession proof. It is a fact that people tend to buy more in retail than in bulk when times are hard.

Factor For Vending Machine Business Success

The success of a vending machine business primarily relies on three things:

Location. Location. Location.  Yes, folks. You must be able to choose the right location to enjoy maximum profits. 

Question: How do you determine if a location is a good place to put up a vending machine?

Answer: 

  1. The area should have constant foot traffic. 
  2. Second, the area should be secure and safe from vandals. 
  3. The product or products you’ll offer must compliment the market profile of the area.

The third tip is actually the most important. Have you ever wondered why you see toilet paper vending machines inside restrooms, coffee vending machines near offices, soda vending machines in parking lots and candy or gumball vending machines in places where there are lots of children?
People buy from vending machines usually for a reason/s 

  • Out of need 
  • Out of impulse. 

Thus the vendo machine containing toilet papers are exactly located where we need them. coffee to awaken sleepy employees, sodas for the waiting drivers or to accompany us while driving and candies to tempt the sweet tooth of children.

Things To Consider When Starting A Vending Machine Business:

  • Find a suitable location and decide what products would do well in the area.
  • Inquire from the establishment or building administrator and ask the requirements and terms for putting up a vending machine in the area.
  • Consult the local government to know the legal process of getting business permits for your venture.
  • Look for vending machine suppliers or find sellers of second hand or used vending machines.

                        

  • Depending on the supplier, vending machines can either be bought or leased. Most of the time, they are franchised.
  • Monitor your inventory. Know your fast moving items to ensure that your vending machine will never run out of stock.
  • Regularly visit your location. Doing so will give you more insight on the quality of foot traffic and customers that you get.
  • Ensure that your vending machine is always clean, working well, attractive and readily visible. A dusty or faulty equipment will make people think that your products are old and of poor quality.
  • Before buying, leasing or franchising a vending machine business, always make sure that you are dealing with a reputable dealer or supplier. Ask for their terms and conditions when it comes to warranty, inventory, service and maintenance of the equipment.

PMAP: 50th PMAP Annual Conference

PMAP: 50th PMAP Annual Conference

Calling all PMAP Members and soon to be Members: 

The People Management Association of the Philippines invites you to the 50th PMAP Annual Conference happening on September 25 to 27, 2013 at the Philippine International Convention Center

Theme: Global Opportunities. Leaping Forward. Defying Limits.
The global economic landscape is seeing a new dawn, with Asia as its center and the Philippines, its sweet spot. The turnaround could not have come at a more opportune time. A young Filipino workforce is raring to go and governance is breaking through a renaissance of accountability and transparency. The message is unequivocal: We are open for business! It’s all systems go.

This year’s Annual Conference recognizes that challenge: we are at the center of Global Opportunities. But more than recognizing that reality, we see it as our mandate. There’s no other way but to seize these possibilities. We are now at the brink of living our dreams and imaginings. There are no excuses. This time, we have to make it work!

The horizon has opened up and all eyes are on the Philippines as the world’s new economic tiger. The ball’s on our court and the challenge is to leap forward. We can no longer afford to move at our current pace. Catch-up, leapfrog… that is what we should do. But to realize this, we need to defy limits, break free from our self-imposed restrictions that used to define who we are and what we can do.

As we usher in this golden year of the PMAP Annual Conference, we take stock of the rich mine of ideas in our sharing and learning community. Fifty years of thought leadership, advocacy and camaraderie. A story that in this milestone year turns into our quest for GOLD.

We EXPLORE the terrain as we paint the global economic landscape, create strategies, and search for talent. We MINE our collective experience as we extract issues, build consensus, and crystallize our advocacies. We REFINE our practice as we re-examine functional HR competencies. We SMELT the ore of our skills as we deep-dive into focused workshops to forge proficiency, mastery, and leadership. And we SHOWCASE best practices in HR and people management as we celebrate models and successes.

This is our promise:

  • three
    full days of learning
  • plenary
    sessions with topnotch global, regional, and local leaders
  • concurrent
    workshops and sessions on a wide array of HR topics encompassing
    various learning needs
  • advocacy
    and thought leadership sessions designed to crystallize PMAP’s
    position on burning issues of the day
  • satellite
    conferences on HR focus areas of special interest and concern
  • structured
    networking sessions designed to maximize professional and personal
    network building
  • the
    biggest HR exposition ever!
  • a
    spectacular awards night
  • various
    fellowship events

This is the 50th PMAP Annual Conference!

Global Opportunities. Leaping Forward. Defying Limits.

Plains and Prints Spring Summer Preview in Trinoma

TRINOMA AND RED DOT LAOAG: Plains and Prints Spring Summer Preview on March 1-3, 2013

Plains
and
Prints would like to request the honor of your presence at their Spring
Summer Preview on March 1-3, 2013 at the ground Floor at
Trinoma and Red Dot Laoag. 

For more information, kindly like them on Facebook:
Plainsandprints and follow them on twitter: @plainsandprints.
                       
SUMMER SOIREE

A collection of dresses in vivid pastels and pretty pinks perfect for a summer party or any special collection.

 

NEUTRAL GRAPHITE

Cosmopolitan chic in neutral tones of black, white and
gray.  Classic styles with a twist. Mix
it up with your summer wardrobe to update your look.

POSITONI COLLECTION       

The Colors of the Amalfi coast in fresh pastels. The
Collection is inspired by seaside resort with touches of crotchet and feminine
lace. Mint and orange are key colors.

INTRODUCING THE BAG WITH A TASK: BagsGo Reusable Bags

INTRODUCING THE BAG WITH A TASK: BagsGo Reusable Bags
 
My environmentalist friends especially Ate Dindin and Cathy will be grinning from ear to ear when they read this post. Let’s face it,  we are all scared of losing the only planet we have. Slowly, we are becoming more eco-aware, and we’re doing whatever small thing we can to save the Earth. This is exactly what this new, revolutionary reusable bag is trying to do: HELP YOU HELP SAVE MOTHER EARTH.
   
Aptly named BagsGo The bag with a task is created with lightweight RIPSTOP fabric used to make parachutes. I am happy when I learned that it is also tear and water resistant.  BagsGo is completely washable, durable and most importantly, 100% REUSABLE: BagsGo Reusable bags are the perfect alternative to plastic bags, and can be used in various ways. And for every BagsGo sold, a percentage goes to a foundation that supports ethical stewardship of the environment. So not only are you helping to save the Earth, you are also funding an organization to continue doing the same.
   
You are not only a good Filipino but a person with a task.  You can lead by example by simply using recyclable bags like BagsGo. Grab one now at the nearest Fully Booked outlet, Sesou Nature stores, or order online at zalora.com.
   
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