Music Practice

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Some may say that homeschooling will give us more time for other things to do. On the contrary, for some reason, our schedule is almost always full that we find ourselves not having enough time for extra-curricular activities even if our homeschooling schedule is not so rigid to begin with.

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Home school desk makeover

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From the time that our son was less than a year old, we have trained him to pack away. At 10 years old, he’s expected to be considerably an expert at this. For some reason, in this department, it is still hit and miss. I think he’s gotten used to me being around to remind me of his responsibility. For the most part, it’s not uncommon for me to get frustrated over how this home office looks like.

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Points to Choose the Best Essay Writing Service

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When you need to cope with some writing assignment but have no time or it just seems too complicated, the right decision is to find the best essay writing service and ensure this task to them. Paying the Company quite reasonable price, you can get professionally written paper and forget about worries and stress. However, it is so easy to get lost among the great variety of services, which offer their help and just looking through numerous reviews is usually useless, as they promise quite the same things. Read this article »

Homeschool break = annual anniversary trip!

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Our homeschooler is thrilled as our annual anniversary trip is very fast approaching (this means no PACES and school break), he’s counting the days! As opposed to our previous overseas trips that involved sweaters, cardigans, bonnets and thick cashmere shawls, this trip is going to be even more tropical (I think( than Manila. Yikes! But we’re still looking forward to our travel since it’s our first time to fly to Singapore!

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Two PACE sets shy away from leveling up to Grade 6!

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This is the longest time we have stayed at a level in all our five years of homeschooling. But then again, we aren’t on a rush since our dear student is still 9 year old. The subjects are really getting more challenging by the level. Especially Math.

Our homeschooler is getting better and better at his recent PACE tests have yielded perfect on at least 5 out of his 8 subjects. We recently added a soccer class to his schedule. Read this article »

Guitar Lessons with Teacher Papa

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It has been a while since my husband stood as Teacher Papa to our homeschooler. That will change very soon as he steps up to schedule regular guitar lesson sessions with our very dear student. Instead of enrolling him in a music school, personally training and teaching our son will not just deem practical for our pockets but will also be rewarding as this could also mean a regular father and son bonding time for them.

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Sem Break Soccer Clinic

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My husband and I are plenty thrilled even as we recently registered Jed to a soccer clinic that he will attend throughout the semestral break. Hubs has been into soccer for as long as he can remember. That’s just one of his passions and we love that our homeschooler will be able to do this during the sem break. Technically, we really don’t do sem breaks as we homeschool. In fact, we go on with our regular homeschooling schedule even during times that we hear from the news that classes are suspended. That just don’t apply with us since we are not affected by typhoons since we stay indoors.

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Sick Leave

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Another of the many perks of homeschooling is that we get to have sick leaves without missing out on school lessons. Since our curriculum is based on our son’s pace, we are not pressured into completing anything at any particular time. That said, our son has been trained to make his own goals as he goes through each day. Unless the lesson for a subject came on a little challenging than usual, it is 20 pages per day for him these days.

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Manulife Advisers Achieve Golden Global Standard for Better Client Care

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Manulife Philippines is celebrating its insurance advisers attaining an internationally-recognized standard for client care and service. More than 30 Metro Manila-based advisers were awarded the Registered Financial Consultant (RFC), a global certification set by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC), the worldwide association for financial planners, based in Ohio, U.S.A. 
The advisers studied for the qualification at the Manulife Learning and Development Center in Chatham House, Makati City. Key topics included financial planning, risk management, education and estate planning, retirement and tax planning. All courses are taught by RFC-certified faculty, following the rigorous international curricular program of the IARFC.

Mr. Ryan Charland (center, seated), President and Chief Executive Officer of Manulife Philippines, is joined by members of Manulife Philippines Agency Training and Development Department (ATDD) at the Manulife Philippines headquarters in Makati City. Others in photo are Ms. Rogie Bertol, Senior Assistant Vice President and Head of Training, Manulife Philippines ATDD (seated, 4th from left) and Mr. David Grant, Senior Vice President and Chief Agency Officer, Manulife Philippines (seated, 4th from right) 

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