So, exactly how can you get an RFID sticker installed on your vehicle?
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Sharing my easy, breezy experience in getting my RFID sticker installed at Petron Dasmariñas. As you know, motorists who enter toll expressways are now required to have radio-frequency identification (RFID). DOTr has extended the deadline to January 11, 2021. After this date, motorists without RFID will be apprehended and issued a citation ticket.
So, exactly how can you get an RFID sticker installed on your vehicle?
Joined the bandwagon and started making my own baked sushi since it's way cheaper than buying ready-made ones! Sharing with you guys the recipe from emmymadeinjapan Youtube channel.
It's so easy to make and you're finished in less than 30 minutes. Provided the rice is already cooked of course. Scroll down to see the finished product!
Drooling and craving for more as I'm typing this. Darn it, I am so biased, lol.
So barely 2 weeks ago, I got into one. It was my second time actually but for the first bangga, I settled for the measly Php1,500 from the banana vendor whose minivan hit the back of my car while I was parked outside a vet clinic. This time though, things were different.
What happened was still very clear to me up to this day: I had just turned right from Mayapis Street going to Malugay Street. My wheel was turned fully right because I knew my car was far from the gutter (sometimes I turn really wide because "na-gutter" na ako before and a pretty bad one pa just that morning at my office's basement parking). Anyway so I was there at the intersection when the PNR alarm went off. I was 100% sure my foot was on the brake since I was checking the oncoming train and the railroad barrier if it was already going down. Then all of a sudden, I felt a bump. I turned to my left and saw this large van pushing my car from the side. It took the driver a good 5 seconds before he realized he couldn't move forward to the right because he was ramming his car into mine. Obviously he was not looking at his right otherwise he would have seen me. Utterly stupid, right? IKR. I would have let it go if the damage was only external, but unfortunately because of the impact I couldn't open my door anymore. I had to get that fixed and come hell or high water -- for free.
Writing this long overdue post. I soooo didn't have time to update my blog because of tons of things going on at work... or rather getting to and from work. The work itself isn't that hard.. but the 5 hour daily commute had finally taken its toll. Anyway! That is another story. =p
So fast forward from November 2015 (my last post) and here I am again, writing now as an MBA graduate. <3 I successfully defended my STRAMA paper last November 2017, and graduated on December 9, 2018. Just wanted to share what an experience it had been!
Here's 3 years of my work-acad life at a glance:
Term 1 - APMATH, BUSCOM
Term 2 - ETHICS, FINACC
Term 3 - LEADER, MASTAT
Term 1 - INFOTE, MANACC
Term 2 - FINMAN, METRES
Term 3 - MANSCI, HUMRES, INVEMA
Term 1 - PRIMAN, MARKMA, LEADOC
Term 2 - OPEMAN, ECOMAN
Term 3 - STRAMA
Months of speculation around the office have been finally put to rest. It was announced early this month that we are indeed moving to a new location in Taguig. I am currently working in Legaspi Village, Makati so imagine the bittersweet feeling of leaving this commuter- and budget-friendly (think Jollijeep) haven. Of course I'm also excited but overall, the hassles outweigh the benefits. However, my boss recently told us that our building is pretty old and doesn't meet the current safety standards of most offices so the transfer was really a priority.
The big move will be in April 2016 and along with another colleague, I was chosen to be a Change Ambassador who will represent the medical department. But anyway, this post will really be more for personal reasons - so I can better prepare myself for the things that I will be needing when I move in to the new place.
Yep. Guilty as charged. I am one of those people who can't help but shed almost three thousand bucks worth of coffee just to have this incredible planner. To think I don't even like their coffee that much. I associate SB with exams and cramming so I really try to veer away from their shop because it reminded me of my GC college days. But the starbucks planner is a different case for some unknown reason until now I haven't yet had the time for introspection. Heck I'm even the type of person who lets her family and friends get 30-50% off on their coffee in exchange for their sticker. Yes, I pity myself too... haha.
Don't get me wrong though. I haven't collected all editions. Plus the first planner I got was a gift from my sister (who also got it from her classmate or suitor?). And the 2011 was a gift from my boyfriend. Also this year, I did not bother buying a planner notwithstanding my dire need to organize and schedule my life. Needless to say my 2015 was a mess. For the record, it was not a bad year but it wasn't also a remarkable year for me. Sniff.
So I'm a little less guilty to be back in this old habit of mine to collect all eighteen (18) stickers at the soonest possible time! I really hope that even in its small and simple way, this GV of a planner would kickstart a great 2016 for me! =)
Can't believe it's been so long since I last posted! I absolutely have no idea what happened to my 2015. It went by like a breeze. Poof, it's gone! Don't know if that's good or bad, though. Haha. Well anyway, let me share again my crazy happy 2nd and 3rd terms at AGSB.
As you might have probably guessed, I'm a grade-conscious (GC) type of student who cares about her grades. If ever you're reading this post, then you definitely researched on google and wanted to learn information so I'd more or less think that we're on the same page if I say you're GC as well. (Peace!) I know did promise to blog about my Ateneo MBA life, so here are the subjects I've already taken and some tips for you my dear:
Took Prof. Festin's class which I enjoyed. He is a lawyer by profession and one of the founders of Good Governance Advocates and Practitioners of the Philippines (GGAPP). It's a relatively benign subject because you only get to bring to class most of the time your thoughts and commentaries so don't fret! But I'll give you a clincher, if you get Festin, then you better prepare well for answering (theoretically) certain ethical dilemmas which his being an attorney definitely makes it a whole lot harder.
Prof. Solomon always FTW! Every year, rumors spread that it will be his last term but good thing until now, Prof. hasn't retired and I am even in his management accounting class. If you're someone like me who doesn't have solid accounting background, better group yourselves with people smarter than you (like a CPA? you bet!). It will most certainly help since a lot of the time, you'd get to submit assignments and report by group. Of course you still have to study and read the required book which for the record I did because his final exam is graded individually. No surprise there.
I was so scared of this class because I have totally forgotten my statistics but it was a huge relief that Prof. Rafi is a super kind and considerate mentor. I liked how he is always focused on the business applications of statistics so all the more I was able to appreciate the value of this subject and erased my mindset that statistics is only for research analysis. In our class, he always assigns a group to report but at the end, he also teaches how to simplify life by using amazing excel functions so be sure not to miss those precious moments!
Another benign subject from a great prof. I recommend Prof. Yong for this subject. The class requirements are very reasonable and fun to do. The final project is a LifeBook, I guarantee you'll enjoy making it! =)
As I'm writing this, I'm halfway through my 4th term, in fact my midterm exam was just yesterday. I'm currently taking INFOTE and MANACC. Will post another blog once this term is over! =)
It just amazes me how after 5 anniversaries.. 69 monthsaries.. countless movie dates.. foodie adventures.. and even more countless exchanges of i love you's.. you still make me feel kilig.
Hashtag vanity sim put to good use. Haha. You simply never fail. =)
When in a relationship, don't expect your S.O. to be your safety net. There will come a time when you'd have no choice but stand on your own two feet. Until you stumble.
But the truth is, it's not all the time someone's there to catch you even when you fall. You have to help yourself stand again, endure those scrapes and bruises, and take courage to face things alone.
I was in high school during that time telephone calls were the usual mode of communication. I remember how my friend and I would talk about school, our teachers, classmates, crush.. pretty much anything under the sun or random stuff that crossed our minds. One time, she asked me what I think would be my future husband's occupation. A rather odd question since I did not even have a boyfriend or even ka-M.U. at that time. But for some reason, after pausing for only a split second, I heard myself answer, "Doctor".
I never even knew you until 3 years later.
Congratulations, dear! I never doubted you'd pass the Physician Licensure Exam. I know how much you wanted to be a medical doctor, and I am extremely happy witnessing how you were slowly able to reach your dream. I am so proud of you. =')
... and that called for a sudden buffet celebration. Even if it was Ash Wednesday. Seafood and veggie naman eh. Haha. Loved it. =p
Hi! I'm Anna. Twenty-ish. RPh-MBA who's currently in the field of regulatory affairs. I blog to serve as a new avenue of information exchange within the online community. Hoping my blog would be informative and worth the read. Occasionally, you'll find me spilling my emotions which is another reason for starting this blog. Those posts are actually more for my benefit so go ahead and filter away. Drop a comment or message me for any questions! Looking forward to meeting new friends. =)