Ten (10) Years, 10 Lessons (as an OFW)
Ten (10) Years, 10 Lessons as an OFW Disclaimer: All opinions are personal and I don’t generalize all. It’s what I learned and that I notice them too often that it definitely left a mark into this OFW life. This is my first passport bucketlist ✓: To have my first passport stamped before it expires. lol 🤣🤣🤣 So, I took my passport in 2005 without any intention of an international travel… only to have one solid ID on my belt whenever a government company would require. But at the back on my mind, I told myself – I want it stamped before it expires. Bucket-list checked! ✓ This is another post…
Let’s Get Social 💚
Let’s get social. It’s time to run down this blog’s social media network. I have created this blog post for an easier guide and provide a one page for all the links of my social media accounts. So let’s dive in! #iamjmkayne #InMyHeartJMKayne #PPBreakthroughs2018 #JMKayneSocial
Appreciation | #HaikuProject
– Haiku 002 | Haiku Project – Appreciation Thank you, you are here. Together’s not forever. Let’s seize moment, now! Related: Here’s an intro the my Haiku Project.
- Cebu, Dubai, Slider Post, Taxi
On Honesty & Dishonesty (Transpo Edition)
This is a long overdue blog post. I’ve intended to publish this while I was still in Cebu. It’s actually a short sharing on #Honesty & #Dishonesty in these five (5) types of transportation in the Philippines. TAXI – LTFRB set a new calibration scheme for taxis in Cebu. That is a 40 PHP flag down, an additional 13.50 PHP for every kilometer and 2 PHP running for every two (2) minutes waiting in a traffic. This set up though is only applicable if the taxi franchise has calibrated the new meter and has installed the new requirements before using this fare format. As I sat on the taxi…
Book Exchange – Fun Project
Hello Everyone! 😊 We’re looking for people to participate in a book exchange. You can be anywhere in the world. All you have to do is buy your favorite book (just one) and send it to a stranger (I’ll send you their details in a private message). You will receive a maximum of 36 books back to you, from people around the world, for you to keep! If you’d like to be a part of this fun exchange, just comment ‘IN’ below and I’ll send you all the details! The cool part is that this will go across borders so you and the people sending you books can be from…
– Haiku – “Haiku” is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. The lines rarely rhyme. This is another side of me. Way – way back in High school I love writing poems. I guess it comes with the fact that when you’re young, you tend to be “emo” and romantic. Thus topics of poetry on love and relationship comes easy. It has been a decade (or more) that I haven’t written a poem. Not until today! :) It is when I listened to one of my favorite podcast – Happier…
DIY – Printable Creative Calendar (Luggage bag style)
I always enjoy creating something and as I browse Pinterest, there’s been quiet a lot of inspiration… This time I stumbled to this DIY Calendar using bag tags! :D So I created my version here. Wanna use it? Follow the below guide. Instructions: 1. Download the pdf file If the font doesn’t match, and you would like to use the same – it is called Nexa Rust Slab. Download it on 1001fonts.com/nexa-rust-font 2. Print all pages. Printing pages 2 – 11 is one set of the 12 months & 2 sets of numbers. You may use a normal bond paper or a bit thicker one Optional: Laminate each tags for…
CFFL #TVM19 Released!
Note: Starting this issue, I will be sharing the cover of CFFL – The Vineyard Magazine and recognize the talented people behind each issue’s cover. For the past issues’ covers, click here > TVM issues # 01 – 18 covers. Also, visit and like our Facebook Page as well. :) Finally, I’ll also put on my letter, the “Editor’s Note” too! #TVM19 – Editor’s Note – I have been out of the country for the past five (5) months, in fact I missed the Destined for Greatness Echo conference. I was back home in Cebu right before New Year and I was a spectator of all the events happening inside the community via…