How to manifest anything! ~ A very powerful tool!

You know manifesting works for other people, but you feel as though you’re missing something to make it work for you.

The number one reason most people get stuck while manifesting is they don’t know every vital step to manifest and co-create with the universe.

Here are the seven steps to manifest anything you want — including money.

Step 1: Get clear on what you want.

If you don’t know exactly what you want, you can’t actually take steps to make it happen. To manifest something, you must know what you desire.

To get started with this step, create a list of 20-25 things you want to manifest. Get specific about what you want and list the attributes in the positive (aka avoid using the word don’t).

“I want a car” might land you a 1965 El Camino without a working engine.
“I want a used SUV with less than 30,000 miles on it that’s priced under $15,000” streamlines your search quite a bit.

Side note: As you create your list, give yourself permission to want what you want today and be open to changing it tomorrow. Judgement of yourself doesn’t help you manifest anything.

Step 2: Ask the universe.

Once you have your list, it’s time to amplify your signal to the universe by asking for what you want. When the universe is clear on what you want to manifest, then it can help you. If you don’t ask, it will still try to help you, but it guesses as to what you truly desire.

Don’t leave what you receive up to chance, ask for what you want.

There are a lots of ways to ask including prayer, meditation, visualization, and vision boards. An easy way to ask for what you want is to write a letter to the universe.

Step 3: Work toward your goals.

Manifesting is the art of co-creating with the universe. Working toward your goals increases your chances of receiving what you want. It’s also fun.

Write down 3 actions you can do today to bring you closer to your goal. If you don’t know what to do, use Google to figure out what actions you can take. It’s likely someone has struggled with the same issue and has written about it. Let yourself be inspired by what others have done.

Start taking action and keep taking action until you’ve reached your goal.

Why E-sports have become a thing

Traditionally, Basketball Volleyball Soccer and Rugby to name a few are the famous physical sports yet always watch by many folks around the world.

but when technology got in. many youngsters up to people who are into technology really get to play their favorite games and got to develop games as well. And when we talk about games. quite a few people play their favorite games i mean who doesn’t love to play games sometimes especially when we get bored right? but game developers nowadays stepped up their game.

They have made games such as DOTA (defense of the ancient) LOL (League of Legends) Call of duty and Fortnite and many more. However these games that are being mentioned have their own respective developers.

Until some games such as DOTA and LOL have entered the Online tournament(E-sports). It later became very popular since these games are being played by many gamer across the world and i’m one of those actually, but then these games played by professional players globally and have form their own teams to compete internationally.

But hold on, it doesn’t end there since those games mentioned above can only be played thru PC and/or Gaming Laptop however, “Mobile Games” are becoming a thing right now and there’s a game that actually exists and are being played by most people in Southeast Asia by way of using their smartphones.

and this is Mobile Legends, this game can be played anytime( nope don’t play it during your shift at work) and anywhere for as long you get strong connection from your carrier if you’re using mobile data unless you’re connected to a WiFi.

Mobile legends had a tournament as well that took place way back 2017. The game has become popular in Southeast Asia and will be a medal event at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.

Behind Maragusan Valley

Maragusan is a landlocked municipality and located in the mountainous province of Compostela Valley soon to be Davao de Oro. It is formerly named as “San Mariano”. The municipality is known as the “Summer Capital” in Davao Region ( Compostela Valley soon to be Davao de Oro, Davao del Sur where Davao City belongs, Davao Orriental which City is Mati City, Davao del Norte which Tagum City is their City and Davao Occidental which City is Digos)It’s a hidden gem perfect for those adventure seekers and nature lovers.

The town celebrates “Pyagsawitan Festival” its a thanksgiving celebration for bountiful harvests and the rich cultural heritage of the Mansaka tribe. Best time also to try Mansaka tribe Lotlot(  traditional food for Mansaka warriors known before as bagani. For the entire festival, every visitor can taste every sort of lotlot that can be made- from pork, chicken, fish and even, snails!) Also Bya-is Festival of Barangay Poblacion (Bya-is is a warrior wine of the Mansaka made from Pangla, a native variety of ginger mixed with honey and sugar fermented in 6-8 months in old jars and covered with a sweet smelling leaf. This is a must-try wine when in Maragusan). Apparently, the municipality has a lot to offer to the tourists from majestic waterfalls down to springs. Beautiful scenery of hills and mountains, overlooking views and stunning landscapes.

Here are some of the hidden gems to visit in Maragusan;

  1. Sea of Clouds and Mountains
If you’ve been to Bali, Indonesia then by just looking to this picture you will remember the instagramable Wanagiri Hills but instead of twin lake background it’s a sea of clouds behind. Yes, you read it right; it’s a sea of clouds. A place for early riser if you want to catch this scenic view because when the sun rise the clouds will slowly faded. Best time to get there, as early as 5am to start your first cup of coffee.

Early scenic view at Calamba farm Sea of Clouds, Mapawa, Maragusan
If you want to wake up to this kind of view then why don’t you bring your tent and do camping with family and friends.
Maragusan, Compostela Valley
Major jumpoff: Marangig Falls, Brgy. New Albay, Maragusan
LLA: 7°21’0″N; 126°4’38″E; 2402 MASL (#29)
Days required / Hours to summit: 3 days / 12-14 hours
Specs: Major climb, Difficulty 8/9, Trail class 1-5
Features: Mossy forest, river crossing, waterfalls

2. Waterfalls

It’s a 30 minutes trekking thru muddy trails and slippery slopes,you will felt tired but relieved and enticed when you saw what lies in the middle of the forest. Clear icy cold water and relaxing view of Miyaya Falls definitely refreshes your soul. Situated at Barangay Mapawa, Maragusan

This beauty located at Barangay New Albay, Maragusan
Tagbibinta Falls located at Barangay Coronobe, Maragusan

3. Hot and Cold Resorts

If you want to get wet and cold during summer then this place is a good choice to take a dive. If you like to be tickle then try also their fish spa at Aguacan Cold spring resort.
If you’re interested for a warm night swim or warm dive during cool season then Canlawig hot spring will spoil you.
If you want to go up on hike or try the cable car of Maragusan then Haven’s Peak is a place to be.

How to get there:

  1. From Davao City, which is the entry point to Maragusan in Compostela Valley Province.
  2. Best way is to catch a bus/van right in front of the airport. Actually, those bus/van pass there are going north of Mindanao.
  3. Just take a bus/van going or passing in Tagum City. The fare is around Php80-120 and took you an hour of getting there.
  4. When you reach Tagum terminal, take/ride a bus/van with a sign “Maragusan”. The fare is around Php130/head and took you another hour to reach the said place.
  5. Or else, from Davao catch a van directly to Maragusan. They actually pass at the airport and the fare is around a Php220/head basis. (Davao Van terminal is located in Gaisano Mall of Davao)
  6. From there, tricycle “pedicab” and motorcycle “habal-habal” are available to rent depends on your point to point destination. The town minimum fare is Php8 by tricycle.

Note: These tourist spots are both closer to the town or in neighboring Barangay So always ask the locals.

Where to stay:

If you wish to stay there a night, there are a lot of accommodation to choose from and most of them are resort type. One of the town’s pride is the “Heaven’s Peak Highland Resort” it’s an overlooking resort offers many options from a tribal room down to dorm type accommodation. They also have a restaurant for your meals and amenities like swimming poolNext on the list is the “Kanlawig Hot Spring Resort” it’s another ideal place to stay a night in the town offers affordable cottages, in-house store for your needs, and perfect warm water to relax your evening. For details and inquiries. And lastly, the resort that offers a natural cold water pool the “Aguacan Cold Spring Resort” they also offered accommodation to those who wanted to stay and for the rest of the night. A restaurant is also available in the resort and other amenities for you to enjoy.

Note: Just in case you want to bring your own tents, those mentioned resorts will allow you but have to pay for a certain amount as space rent.

Things to do:

  1. Heaven’s Peak (Php30 entrance fee)
  2. Tagbibinta Falls (Php30 entrance fee)
  3. Kanlawig Hot Spring (Php50 entrance fee)
  4. Aguacan Cold Spring (Php40 entrance fee)
  5. Pyagsawitan Festival (25th of November)
  6. Mt. Candalaga (Rafflesia Mira – known as the largest flower in the world)
  7. Sea of Clouds Farms (beautiful landscapes, sceneries, and views)

Best time to visit:

  • Weekdays or lean days (to avoid the influx of tourist)
  • Summer (for its cool weather)
  • Pyagsawitan Festival (25th of November)

Before heading off for an adventure;

  1. Research the area first before going there. (safety and security first, availability of transportation, accommodation, foods and etc.)
  2. Itinerary for the sequence of your travel. (where first, stop for your meal, activities in the area, the time you’ll be spending in that area, the most important is where to stay and etc.)
  3. Budget. (the cost or expenses of your travel.)
  4. Things to bring. (camera, phone, power bank, charger, necessities or travel kit, your medicine, tent if you are camping in the beach/island, and more important to bring.)
  5. If you travel in a group better to seek a rented van or what depends on you so that you can go with your itinerary directly and less budget of course.
  6. If you’re a solo traveler, you own your time so better to have a map or guidelines and extra money of course.
  7. Take note for the travel time and your length of stay.
    Season and events (summer, the influx of tourist and the most important is the weather as Maragusan is a cool place but really gets cold during Ber seasons until March).
    Lastly, preparation (when, where to seek and what to do in case of Emergency) so that travel is enjoyable and safe.

So have fun and Welcome to MARAGUSAN!

Buhay OFW

OFW are truly hero. A sacrifice that is hard to define. Some are lucky and few has its own battles. They had to adapt to almost everything like language, style of living , foods and many to mention. Filipinos did not care the discrimination of other country, instead they remain humble and put it into positive energy.

Deep and High motivation is  big the word for  survive. And it pays forward to a brighter future of their families.  Unfortunately , the family they left in the Philippines, but not all, does not acknowledge the hardship and aloneliness in the new world they are in . They tend to buy new stuff to impress or to feed their own desires and satisfaction. Not knowing, it is a hard earned money and should in return give a great value like putting it on business or an investment. 


and i am lost

My journey started in 2006. At the age of 17 – just came out of high school I decided to pursue a career that seems to be promising during that time. 


As a filipino this career believed to be a ticket into the global employment arena since it was a booming industry.

Entering University is one of the best years of my life. Being surrounded by likeminded people sparks excitement on achieving the goals that you’ve been dreaming of. Although nursing is not my first choice as a career, it seems to be promising and grew to love the field overtime.

Then came 2010, almost all Filipino’s in my generation took up same course as I am, we ended up polluting the industry. Oversupply of nurses was evidenced by hospitals taking advantage on RN’s by requiring to take a “training course”-where they need to pay Php 10,000 or more just to practice their profession without the guarantee of being hired in the end.

Due to my eagerness to practice the profession, I made sure to find a hospital that will not take advantage or milk more money out of me. I found a public hospital where I can work but without salary- they call it “volunteer nurse”. I Just told myself that, at least I could help somehow, especially with my less fortunate countrymen.

After three months, I decided to find any job that will pay me because your girl here need to eat and pay for her rent.  Luck seems to be on my side when I got a contractual job as a company nurse, where my love/hate relationship with nursing started.

After the contract, I decided to seek greener pasture outside the country and decided to work in a factory in Taiwan, but I got back home just after a month because of health reasons. I discovered that I have vasculitis. I did everything that I could to find a job suited for me since I can no longer stand for a long period of time without triggering the disease.

I worked as a secretary, try my luck in pageantry and try again in hospitals but seems no luck. And then I had an opportunity to go back to school and study again. I took Master in Public Health as I had this vision on working in the government and serving those who are in need. But that vision remained a vision since I belong in the country where politics matter to be able to secure a permanent job in the government.

Almost gave up, but then again giving up is NOT even a choice. I was fortunate to be tapped by a friend to try applying in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since it is easier to get in the country even if you don’t have a lot of experience in the nursing field. 

Fast forward to today, almost 10 years later. I am here writing this piece, unemployed and do not know what to do next. I can’t seem to find my niche, I felt that I’m just going back and fort and not really seeing any growth at all. Lots of questions running in my mind; Is there any time left to change career? Can I allow myself to go back to ground zero again? Or, am I just sabotaging myself? 

Are you really for me? Or is it time to move on? Tell me.


How does a long distance relationship survive?

Surviving the distance

My husband and I met during our college days. We’ve been together for 12 years now and I can say that most of those years, we spent them apart. He works overseas, and I am here in the Philippines, with our daughter. What really keeps us strong is our faith and genuine love for each other.

I always tell myself that this is only temporary. One day, this distance will no longer exist because we will be together, every waking hour of our lives. I just have to trust him and ask for God’s guidance, that he may be faithful to me all the time.

Sometimes, I envy others on social media who always post something about their husbands, who always go out of town with their family. I can only do that few times in a year.

Keep communication line open

Good thing about this generation are the unlimited ways on how to communicate with your loved ones abroad. There is facebook, messenger, Skype, WhatsApp, and the like. We communicate on a daily basis, especially now that our daughter always look forward for her daddy’s video call.

I know a lot of people can relate to us, and now can answer the question, “How do you survive the distance?”

Flat Shoes for Women

Best flat shoes for Women

Every individual women always need a pair of shoes. no matter what is the occasions maybe a pair of flats have a special place in women’s heart Best flat shoes for Women.

Here, we will tell you which shoes will give you the best value for you money. We will go through brand after brand and we will give you our humble opinion on what shoes we think are Best flat shoes for Women ( Let’s face it, flats are insanely comfortable Flat Shoes for Women. and if it were up to us, we would wear them every day, right?)

-The Skechers Performance Women’s Go Walk 3 Slip-on Walking Shoe pair was defenitely made for walking Flat Shoes for Women. It has Resalytr comfort foam midsole with flexible outsole with GO impulse sensor. alk about a lot of technology crammed into a single shoe! this shoe is literally a godsend.

Timberland Pro Women’s Renova Professional also comes with exclusive anti-fatigue Technology that offers all day standing comfort leg and back support and superior back absorption. Wearing these shoes for up to twelve hours straight will not change your opinion about this shoe, because it is very breathable, and its cushion even nearly molds to the shape of your foot – no pain, fatigue, or aching whatsoever!

-Anne Klein Sport Women’s Offered Ballet Falt Man-made with a synthetic sole, This ballet flat form Anne Klein has a heel measuring three-quarters of an inch. This Anne Klein ballet flat also scores big on fashion at very affordable prices that are definitely perfect for every woman out there.

When wearing this, walk with confidence knowing that you can move around with them all day without experiencing any pain or fatigue in your feet.



Why I Don’t Like to Visit Palawan

The only reason is…I want to stay so I can explore all the beautiful places such as these…


The Underground River

I grew up in this wonderful province where nature is all around and it never ceases to amaze you to witness God’s beautiful creation. Since my father discovered this place way back when I was in high school, it has been a regular destination of our family’s summer vacation and every year I never got tired of riding the boat tour inside the cave and marvel on its beauty.

As described from the UNESCO website, ” This park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river. One of the river’s distinguishing features is that it emerges directly into the sea, and its lower portion is subject to tidal influences. “

Entrance of the Cave – January 2012


Long Beach in San Vicente

The long-planned vacation to San Vicente and El Nido only happened last year, as I had always been away from the country because of work. Well, it has been a very exciting and satisfying experience. San Vicente has many beautiful islands and white beaches anywhere you look, as it is not so populated yet with many tourists and facilities, you will feel closer to nature in this place. It has a 14-km long white beach on the main island but you can go on boat tours and visit other small islands and to top it all there is a beautiful waterfall in one of the islands. I love to sit on the beach during sunsets while enjoying a cup of coffee, well this place will not fail to give you that breathtaking view.

Sunset in Long Beach San Vicente – January 2019


El Nido

At last, my dream of visiting El Nido happened, although the weather was not so friendly in the month of January it did not hinder us to explore the beautiful islands of this famous tourist destination. And in my observation, this place has more tourists than locals, walking along the main island beach made me feel like I am not in the Philippines as it is crowded by different nationalities. Being a resident of Puerto Princesa, I was surprised that there is a part of Palawan that is more alive and busy than the main city. The nightlife in El Nido is unbelievably exciting with nice restaurants where you can have fresh seafood at an affordable price. You can also enjoy a glass of wine and shisha in some bars along the beach. But of course, the island tours are the most exciting part of the journey!

El Nido Tours – January 2019

Where to Eat in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

Planning a trip to Brunei? It is said that you know more about the culture or the people of a certain place once you have tasted their food.

As a foreigner working in Brunei for six years, I could say that Brunei offers distinct local delicacies and foods. Malay cuisine, for me, usually incorporates sweetness and spice into their dishes.

Pasar Malam / Gadong Night Market

Let’s start with the basics – street foods! Every country has its own unique street food market. Well, Brunei doesn’t disappoint. Go check out their Pasar Malam (Night Market) in Gadong. Prices may range from B$1 – $5 dollar on an average.

What to Eat: Mee Goreng (Fried Noodles) , Kuih Malaya (Folded pancakes filed usually with peanuts, raisins and margerine), Tongkeng (Barbequed Chicken Butt)

What to Drink: Iced Teh C Special, ABC

Kabin Cafe

Kabin Cafe is a hotpot and grill buffet restaurant located 5 minutes away from the airport. This restaurant is good for dining with groups. Choose a your broth – Chicken or Tom Yam and start feasting with fresh prawns and marinated cuts of beef, chicken, squid. (don’t forget your veggies, of couse!)

The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf

Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf dominates the coffee chain competition in Brunei (Sorry SB lovers). Some of their outlets serve Artisan Pizza, Pasta and Steaks alongside your favorite Ice Blended Beverages.

What to Eat: Incontro Carne Pizza, Spaghetti Carbonara, German Chicken Schnitzel

What to Drink: Swedish Berries Iced Tea, Double Chocolate Ice Blended, Caramel Macchiato


Feeling homesick? Our friendly bee is just a drive away. Aside from our favorite Chickenjoy, Jollibee Brunei also offers Nasi Lemak, a Malay Dish that pairs the Famous Chickenjoy with their home-made Sambal, fried anchovies, cucumber, hard-boiled egg and steamed rice cooked in coconut milk.

What to Eat: Yumburger, Chickenjoy, Mango Peach Pie

There are a lot more to mention, Bruneians also love Japanese, Korean and Chinese cuisine. I will be covering that in another blog. It is really true that Brunei is “A Kingdom of Unexpected Treasures”