Anong Mabibili sa Ghanaian Market

Noong bata pa ako, lagi akong dinadala ni mama sa palengke every Sunday. Minsan, sa Sto Niño, Meycauayan o sa Bayan, Meycauayan kami namamalengke. Merong suki si mama sa kahit anong karne, isda, itlog, gulay at prutas. Madami rin akong natutunang mga techniques sa pamimili. Meron yung hinahawakan, pinipisil, inaalog, pinipitik, tinititigan para malaman naContinue reading “Anong Mabibili sa Ghanaian Market”

Weekend with Papa: A Well Spent Day Off

My dad and I are meeting once again! Couldn’t be more excited! We’re working in the same country, but we only see each other every 3 months when he has 3 days consecutive off. Usually, these days fall on weekends. We decided to meet in Accra, Ghana’s capital. He usually visits me in my workplace,Continue reading “Weekend with Papa: A Well Spent Day Off”

OFW in Ghana for 20 years | Raymundo’s Story

Ako nga pala si Raymundo, tubong Tuguegarao, Cagayan. Nagstart akong mag-overseas nung 2000, so almost 20 years na. Maliliit palang yung mga anak ko nung nag-OFW ako. Yung panganay ko, about 7, yung pangalawa, 3 and a half years old, at yung bunso ko, more than 1 year. Ano pong pakiramdam nyo nung una kayongContinue reading “OFW in Ghana for 20 years | Raymundo’s Story”

My Story: A life of a Millennial OFW

Kumusta! I am Eartha. I’m an Overseas Filipino Worker since 2014. I am a hotelier in Ghana, West Africa. Before Ghana, I worked in Dubai, UAE for over a year. Having a petite figure, many people get intrigued whenever I tell them I work abroad. They usually think that I’m studying. They would ask meContinue reading “My Story: A life of a Millennial OFW”