It’s easy to think of commuting and being stuck in the middle of traffic as a total waste of time. Whether you’re standing inside the MRT/LRT platform waiting for the next available train, sitting inside your car or in a cab waiting for the traffic light to turn green, or standing up drenched in sweat inside a bus, every minute that ticks by is a minute lost from an already jam-packed day at work. Good news, though, because there are still things you can do to spend that time more productively. Continue reading “Making Commute and Being Stuck in the Middle of Traffic More Productive”
Most people assume that being in a relationship is better than being single. Sure it would be nice to have someone ready to make you feel better about yourself, but let’s be honest, the things you can do when you’re in relationship is often limited to what your partner wants you both to do. Relationships can become so inconvenient especially if you’re with the wrong person. Being single might mean spending more time alone, but it definitely has its own perks you’ll find that are not so bad at all. Continue reading “Single and Loving It: 9 Things Only Singles Enjoy”
Coffee mugs might seem an inconsequential fixture in your life, but they tell quite a lot about you. Believe it or not, how you drink your coffee and where you drink it separates you from one kind of demographic to the next.
The following are the 6 types of personalities according to their choice of mugs. Continue reading “Your Personality Type Based on Your COFFEE MUG”
Whether we like it or not, today’s millennials have given the word “competitive” a brand new meaning. Their drive to stay on stop has them literally control every aspect of our lives – from what we eat down to the things we talk about in different social media platforms. There is no denying millennials are the kings and queens of this generation.
The pressure to excel can become too overwhelming and millennials often find themselves feeling dejected, stressed out, and unable to will to finish what they’ve started. There is more to life than constantly being in a fierce competition either with yourself or with another person. Here are valuable life lessons every millennials should learn so they can learn to slow down, relax, and appreciate life more. Continue reading “Five Valuable Life Lessons Every Millennials Should Learn”
Hello mga bes! You probably debated about whether or not to send your boss a Facebook friend request, or perhaps accept his/her friend request. Our advice – don’t! Here’s why. Continue reading “Five Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Add Your Boss on Facebook”
The corporate workplace can be both unfair and cruel but at the same time exciting and bursting with so much life. Contrary to what you believe, there’s more to professional careers than just endless survival and brutal competition. The more you learn to sit back, relax, and just let excellence autograph your work, the less you’ll hate how mundane and trivial it becomes. Take these small steps to changing how you perceive your professional life and you’ll be surprised at how light and less stressful it becomes. Continue reading “Five Ways to Make Your Professional Life Better”
You know bes, interviewing for a job is just like courtship. You need to put your best foot forward and convince the interviewer that you’re the perfect candidate for the job. With that being said, it’s important that you not only size up the competition but also stand out. How do you do that? Check out these tips: Continue reading “Five Tips to Set You Apart from Other Candidates in a Job Interview”
Rejection in any setting is an unpleasant feeling. It has a tremendous impact in your life – starting with your self-confidence. Rejections can either make or break your character and of course, we always want it to be the former rather than the latter.
In this blog, we are going to offer you several tips to help you deal with rejection. In the end, we want you to transform the negative experience into something positive. Are you ready na mga bes? Here you go: Continue reading “FIVE TIPS TO STAY MOTIVATED DURING MULTIPLE REJECTIONS”
When we were children, our parents have always been eager to know what we wanted to be in the future. But before having concrete answers like “Mom, Dad, I wanted to be a teacher,” they probably received countless silly answers of professions from us, that almost sounded make-believe but are actually legitimate jobs that people get paid for. Who would’ve thought sleeping = money?
Here is a lit of 21 crazy jobs you’ll never believe exist—until now:
Working remotely is perfect for people who doesn’t want to spend hours working in an office. It’s not for everyone but those who do find remote work swear by its benefits. Here are a few of them:
- You Can Design Your Own Office
Being able to work remotely means working from home so you can decorate and design your office based on your own preference. There’s no pressure in ensuring you only put up work-approved décor so you get to go crazy with however way you want your space to look like.
- You Can Work Anywhere
You’re not limited to work in a certain place; you can still do your job even if when you’re travelling! The world is basically your workplace and who doesn’t want that?!
- You Can Decide On Your Own Schedule
You can fix your schedule as long as you meet your work deadlines. Most of the time, working remotely comes with the benefit of flexible work hours so as long as you get the work done, you’re good to go.
- You Can Minimize Distractions
The office can be a venue for endless chitchats and other distractions. Working remotely allows you to choose a place and time that’s conducive for disruption-free work place. Oh, you can even play mood music to help you focus more on your task.
- You Become Independent
Since you’re on your own, there is no one you can depend on but yourself. That’ll teach you to work well under minimal supervision, help develop your self-confidence, and slowly build trust on your own capabilities.
- You Can Avoid Office Politics
There’s no need to get involve into office drama so there’s less stress. The office can be a breeding ground for nasty gossips and back stabbing. Working remotely will save you from all the negativity they bring.
- You’ll Save More Money
Yes! No more worrying about being late, or getting caught in the traffic. You save money not just from the travel expenses but also from food and clothing. There’s no need to buy new clothes each week and no more need to go on expensive lunch outs and after work dinner.
So, how about you bes? Have you ever considered doing remote work? Would you jump at the chance at working from home? Share us your thoughts in the comment section below.