Sometimes it is so hard to choose a gift for your godchildren especially if you have not seen them for awhile. You will have a hard time choosing because you do not know how big they are or what they want.
My husband has many godchildren, plus I also have mine, even before we got married. So I always make sure that everyone gets a present. You do not need to spend so much for one gift, just look for something they can use and you are good to go.
Let me share with you our haul for this Christmas Season. All gifts are below 150pesos each.
These 2 pcs handkerchief costs 109.50php at Robinsons.
These kikay kits costs 139.50php at Robinsons.
The coloring/activity books costs around 99-109 pesos each and the crayons costs 17.75 pesos. I bought them at National Bookstore. These are perfect for kids whose age are around 3-7 years old.
Let’s take a closer look:
You might consider buying these items if you are on a tight budget but if you want to splurge there are items above 500pesos in the mall.
About one-third of elementary public school students in the Philippines suffer from head lice-related problems. Head lice infestation or pediculosis can cause severe itchiness and infection of the scalp, but this could be the least of these children’s worries; the social stigma associated with having kuto can leave lasting psychological damage on both children and their parents.
A survey of communities visited by the Licealiz caravan last year found that 47% of respondents from Visayas and 76% of respondents from Mindanao said that their children were bullied and teased for having head lice, causing some of them to miss school to avoid their peers. The parents, on the other hand, feel incompetent and embarrassed for being unable to prevent head lice from infesting their children.
In response to this, Lamoiyan Corporation’s Licealiz Head Lice Treatment Shampoo launched Nationwide Oplan Alis Kuto as a part of its Kilusang Kontra Kuto effort to educate the public on lice infestation issues. The caravan was launched in partnership with the Department of Education, University of the Philippines Manila College of Public Health and Mommy Bloggers Philippines with the goal of traveling to different schools and barangays all over the country to hold shampooing programs and lectures for students and their parents.
Lamoiyan Corporation is set to end the year with 30 public schools visited and over 8,000 children shampooed.
The Kilusang Kontra Kuto visits Ayala Central School in Zamboanga City for Nationwide Oplan Alis Kuto.
“We want to remove the stigma associated with having kuto by educating communities on lice infestation issues,” said Lamoiyan Corporation Marketing Director Bing Cavestany. “We want to drive home the message that everyone can be potentially infested by kuto, that it’s not something to be ashamed about, and definitely not something to ridicule others for. We also hope to encourage these communities to unite and take action to solve this public health problem together,” shared Cavestany.
Licealiz invites everyone to join the Kilusang Kontra Kuto in changing the public’s perception about head lice infestation and spreading correct information regarding head lice prevention and treatment.
For more information on head lice prevention and treatment, visit Licealiz’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/licealiz.
Seafood is one of the most popular types of food in the United States, and any lover of seafood knows why. This refreshing type of food can be cooked up in so many ways that there’s never a shortage of something new to try. For example, take shrimp. Whether you’re cracking and peeling it and partaking of its cool, crisp flavor, or you’re eating it deep fried in a Nashville hot flavor, you’re going to experience this type of seafood in a dramatically different way. It’s never the same food twice.
One of the things to remember for seafood restaurants in Plano is that to most people, seafood is more expensive than other types of food. This means when they go out for a seafood meal, they expect something that’s on a little bit grander scale than just hamburger or a hot dog. They want excellence. For this reason, it’s necessary to make sure that you have good chefs to prepare the seafood and that you buy it from a place that sells it fresh. Fresh catch seafood is always going to cost more, and customers will reward you richly if you operate this type of seafood place.
There are literally millions of different ways to prepare seafood, both at home and in restaurants. Restaurant owners should never let their menu get stale. Once again, because the price of seafood is just a bit higher than other types of traditional food, people are going to expect something that tastes fresh, but they’re also going to expect the dining location to keep things fresh with new types of menu items. More than any other restaurant, a seafood dining facility should make sure that they almost always have some type of twist on their menu items.
Decor is also an important part of what makes for a satisfying seafood dining experience. You’ve got to have the sensation that you’re at a seafood place, not just another type of place to eat. Decor is going to play a part in the overall satisfaction of the dining experience, so it never hurts to get consultants and designers who will really spice up the location and make customers feel like they’re dining at a really special place. If all owners followed these few simple tips, more people might be flocking to seafood locations right now to get a taste of the sea.
The long wait will finally be over tomorrow as Nailaholics Nail Salon and Spa welcomes you once again tomorrow, October 17, 2017, for another real pampering treat at the celebration of the National Pampering Day.
Relieve your stress and make sure to drop by at any Nailaholics branch nearest you from 10 AM to 1 PM to get a free pampering service of your choice. You may choose to get a soothing manicure, relaxing foot massage or a calming foot spa.
And best of all, by simply participating in this year’s National Pampering Day, you will be able to support the cause of your chosen organization. You can extend your help in the rehabilitation of Marawi City by supporting World Vision, help protect our country’s rich but threatened marine and coastal resources when you support Save Philippine Seas or support The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) in preventing animal cruelty.
“With all the preparations we’ve made, we are very excited to welcome everyone tomorrow and make them feel that they deserve real pampering” said Arvin Amaro, Marketing Head of Nailaholics Nail Salon and Spa.
This is a once a year treat only from the number one pampering destination in the Philippines – Nailaholics. See you all tomorrow and Happy National Pampering Day!
Visit www.nailaholics.com to check their services and find the branch nearest you. Get updates through their Facebook Page Nailaholics Nail Salon and Spa, Twitter @_nailaholics and Instagram @_nailaholics.
Complete list of Nailaholics branches as for the 2nd National Pampering Day:
Abreeza Mall | Cash and Carry | Centrio Mall | SM Center Pasig | Eastwood Citywalk |
Festival Mall | Fishermall | Gateway Mall | Harbor Point Mall | The District Imus | Lucky Chinatown Mall | Market! Market! | MarQuee Mall | Robinsons Galleria | Robinsons Metro East | SM Center Angono | SM City Bacolod | SM City Bacoor | SM City Baliwag | SM City Bicutan | SM City Calamba | SM City Cauayan | SM City Cebu | SM City Clark | SM City Dasmariñas | SM City Davao | SM City Fairview | SM City Cabanatuan | SM Lanang Premier | SM Center Las Pinas | SM City Lipa | SM Mall of Asia | SM City Marikina | SM Megamall | SM Center Muntinlupa | SM City Novaliches | SM City San Fernando | SM City San Mateo | SM City San Pablo | SM Southmall | Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall | SM City Santa Rosa | SM City Sucat | SM City Tarlac | SM City Taytay | Solenad 2| SM City BF Parañaque | Ayala Mall Cebu | Ayala Malls South Park | SM CDO Downtown Premier | Unimart Greenhills | SM Seaside City | SM Center Molino | SM City Manila | SM City Olongapo | SM City Iloilo | Glorietta | SM San Lazaro | Southwoods Mall
How do you celebrate the World Teacher’s Day? I am not a teacher though I when I was younger it was my dream. I know that is was my ambition because I have seen my yearbook during my Preschool Graduation and it was written there. Now I realized that it wasn’t my calling because today I am not a teacher by profession.
I am very active in my children’s school activities because I am the GPTA Treasurer (again) and the SGC Chairperson for this school year. Every year we always celebrate World Teacher’s Day with a theme for our teachers to wear something different from what they usually wear during school days. We used to have a Floral/Hawaiian Theme, we also had Retro/70s Theme and last year we had an all White Theme. And we do not allow the teachers to know what we have prepared for them. The GPTA and SGC officers works hand in hand to provide a surprise celebration for the teachers every year.
This year we asked our teachers to come in their Disney Inspired Costume or Attire. We had a program for the morning, a sumptuous lunch then parlor games for the whole afternoon. Our teachers are so happy during our celebration and we are so glad that they were. We appreciate the hard work that they do every day to educate our children and the children of the next generation.
Before I forget this year’s theme is “Gurong Pilipino; Kaakbay sa Progreso”.