How to organize incoming e-mail message using “Rules” Function of Microsoft Outlook?

Organizing incoming e-mail messages was a quite daunting task, isn’t it? Imagine yourself sorting e-mails from different person, division or department and etc.

Don’t Worry because you can simplify the task by creating a rule that will act based on your chosen condition such as the following:

  • Move messages from someone to a folder
  • Move messages with specific words in the subject to a folder
  • Move messages sent to a distribution list to a folder
  • Flag messages from someone to follow-up
  • Display mail from someone in the New Item Alert Window
  • Play a sound when you get messages from someone

Simple rules or act you make may mean difference and impact to your work and your life as a whole.  With Microsoft Outlook Rules function organizing email and prioritizing which one to attend to or reply will be easier and uncomplicated. Continue reading “How to organize incoming e-mail message using “Rules” Function of Microsoft Outlook?”


Saving and Investing Tips for Pinoy

image from of“The earlier start investing, the more time the money can grow” – Sounds familiar? Well, you might heard of it saying by most financial gurus, planners or investment advocates in the seminar, webinar or read it in the financial blog. While it is being true, putting it into practice might be hard for many due to lack of financial education and personal motivation to do it.

In this scenario, educating ourselves and eventually learning the importance of the following tips will help us achieve our goal. Continue reading “Saving and Investing Tips for Pinoy”


OWWA Skills-for-Employment Scholarship Program (SESP) and IT/Computer Training Program for OFW

One of the benefits of being Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is being entitled to program and services of Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA). One of which is Skills-for-Employment-Scholarship Program or SESP under Education and Training Assistance of OWWA’s Program for OFWs and dependents.

SESP is in the form of training assistance with OWWA assuming the training cost in vocational/technical courses accredited by TESDA and other government institutions. The Financial assistance of P14, 500.00 will directly credited to OWWA/TESDA recognized training providers you have chosen to enroll or study. Continue reading “OWWA Skills-for-Employment Scholarship Program (SESP) and IT/Computer Training Program for OFW”


How To Verify Or Avail Certification Of OFW Records in POEA

The following are documentary requirements to be submitted and procedure for verification or certification of OFW Records in POEA. This is one of the services given by POEA to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW).

Availing the service is free of charge. Continue reading “How To Verify Or Avail Certification Of OFW Records in POEA”


Nine (9) Tips for Aspiring Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)

It is becoming a norm now in our society by most Filipinos to dream of working overseas or abroad. Thinking that working abroad means a better life and better future for the family. While it is being true for many especially to those who did all their best to cope up in their situation, still the success varies depending on the situation and fate. If you will become an OFW, What will you do? What is your point of view?

There are pros and cons of being an OFW and be sure to weight things first before making a final decision. The family should be well aware with your plan, goal and purpose. If there are certain issues in the family, settle it before leaving.  Prepare yourselves also for a major adjustment and constantly provide time to communicate with your family or loved-ones because there are no reasons not to. Communication channels are now readily available within our reach though the use of internet and smartphone apps likes Facebook, WeChat, Viber, Skype, Tango and many more.

If you are going to be one of the so called aspiring Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW), consider the following nine points: Continue reading “Nine (9) Tips for Aspiring Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)”