I’m JP, and I’m a Proud Health Care Worker in Kuwait

This interview was actually conducted last year. I know, it’s overdue, and I apologize for that. I reached out to JP on Instagram. I requested if he could share his Overseas Filipino Worker story, and he was accommodating to my request. His story is so retable. It was on 2017 when he left the PhilippinesContinue reading “I’m JP, and I’m a Proud Health Care Worker in Kuwait”

Jobless for a year. How can people help? Let’s hear it from Jelian.

If you have been following my blog, you are aware that I recently became unemployed. It’s only been a month, but it feels like forever. I am still trying to adjust to my new normal, and it has been challenging.  So, when my old friend Jelian told me that it has been difficult for herContinue reading “Jobless for a year. How can people help? Let’s hear it from Jelian.”

Conversation with Mary, a Montessori and an English teacher in Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City, Halong Bay, floating markets, motorbikes, coffee, Pho; these are few of the things that make Vietnam a stunning country. I’ve not been to Vietnam, but after meeting Mary, a Montessori and an English teacher in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Instagram, I am convinced that moving to Vietnam wouldn’t be a bad idea!Continue reading “Conversation with Mary, a Montessori and an English teacher in Vietnam”

Migrating from Singapore to Dubai, risky but worth it | Insight from Tin Collantes

Migrating from one country to another is frightening, but a risk worth taking. This is an insight from Tin Collantes, who moved from Singapore to Dubai. This is especially helpful to those who are thinking of moving to a different country. Her dream is to work at Singapore, but after seeing opportunities in Dubai sheContinue reading “Migrating from Singapore to Dubai, risky but worth it | Insight from Tin Collantes”