Showing posts from March, 2020

How to love the beach

Come, you and me, let’s exhaust the beach.
The moment the sun dominates the world, we rejoice and enjoy the waves and its breeze. Healer of loneliness and hurt. 

Here are some of realistic things you can do to knock out your soul in the beach:

1. Burry your self in the sand.  Feel the true connection of your fragile body to the universe and think of your sweet triumph.

2. Sleep under the coconut tree. Get yourself tired strolling and drown your soul in the water. Relax under a magnificent tree and feed your soul with great feeling and gratefulness.
3. Walk in the shore barefootedly. Beach, a place for dalliance. Remove your flip-flop and get rid of your worries. Forget about your bikini-for-photoshoot-only. Be yourself. Enjoy and exhaust the bountiful nature.

4. Swim and get drown like crazy. When you see water, jump. When there’s adventure, emerge. Just swim like crazy and fall in love with the creatures and they will love you back. It is for you. 

5. Clean up every mess. Leave nothing bu…

Gratefulness amidst Chaos

Strict enhanced community quarantine was mandated in Iloilo City, just like any other place in the country to control the spread of the crazy and deadly coronavirus disease (COVID19). 

  The government is actively doing its best to protect its people by doing many proactive campaigns, mandating necessary restrictions, providing essentials especially for our healthcare front-liners who are tirelessly working to help mend patients recover and other kababayans who still needs to work to make things convenient for everyone.

Despite the danger amidst this highly communicable disease, we are hopeful that together, we will win and get through this; to continue our lives well.

Private sectors have been also generously channeling help by donating cash and goods to support the operation of the government and volunteers and for the people.

Love and compassion will win and heal all the hurt this situation has caused us. 

We’ll all get through this; the world will get through this because we have a Gre…


            The Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 19 got the Environment Department cancelling all its scheduled events for March this year.
            In the light of the proactive move by city and provincial governments of Iloilo to protect its people from the local transmission of COVID 19, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) have decided to cancel all of its environmental events this month of March 2020.

            “We have to obey the rules and protect ourselves from this dreaded virus that is now gripping the world with fear. It is necessary for us to cancel our scheduled events for the month as protecting life is more important right now,” said Regional Executive Director Francisco E. Milla, Jr. of DENR Region 6.
Iloilo City Mayor Jerry P. TreƱas issued Executive Order (EO) No. 50-A (an amendment to EO Nos. 042-A and 050) series of 2020, while Iloilo Governor Arthur R. Defensor, Jr. signed EO…

San Miguel Corporation (SMC) to produce and donate the alcohol in bulk quantities, 20-liter containers up to 1,000-liter tote tanks to government

SMC assures its food facilities will continue to operate; outlines efforts to help fight Covid-19
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) president and chief operating officer Ramon S. Ang yesterday assured the public that the company’s supply chain is stable and that it has more than enough inventory to feed Filipinos nationwide for the next several months.
Ang made the statement to underscore that there is no need to panic amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

“As far as food supply is concerned, we have the capability to produce enough for everybody and deliver to supermarkets,” he said, adding the company is already working on distributing food donations to poor communities where daily paid workers have been especially hard hit.

San Miguel will also supply food to public hospitals and select government centers.The most important thing, Ang stressed, is that Filipinos stand together and help one another.  “It is our sense of duty and obligation, pagkakaisa and malasakit that will see us through these diffi…