How to Maintain Lasting Friendships with Women

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How many friends do you have on Facebook? Hold on, let me rephrase that. How many genuine friends do you have on Facebook? If we took time to inspect our friends’ list, only 3 to 5% are the real deal. It’s one thing to find good friends, and it’s another thing to keep them. Our […] Read more…

The Bleeding Woman

bleeding woman

The biblical account of the bleeding woman spoke to me recently. She received instant healing the moment she touched the hem of Jesus’s cloak. He asked who touched him because he felt power coming out of him. Oh, no! It’s perimenopause Perimenopause is the time in a woman’s reproductive journey where we transition to menopause. […] Read more…

How to Look Back at 2020 with Hope

Look back at 2020

How can we look back at 2020 with hope? If we could only reset this tumultuous year, right? But we can’t. The most Googled word of the year crippled the world. This COVID-19 virus took millions of lives, shut down businesses, and locked us at home. The quarantine tested our relationships, challenged our sanity, and […] Read more…

Why We Love Homeschooling with Peniel

homeschooling with peniel

In our 12 years of homeschooling, this year is our eighth year of homeschooling with Peniel. ‘Peniel’ or Peniel Integrated Christian Academy of Rizal Inc (PICAR) is one of the leading homeschool providers in the country. Peniel started as a small school providing a Bible-based academic curriculum to students in 1996. In 2008, they opened […] Read more…

Teach your Kids How to Read with Alpabasa Reading Program

teach your kids how to read with alpabasa

Are you struggling to teach your kids how to read? You can now partner with Alpabasa, a play-based reading program designed by a Filipino for the Filipino learner. There is a surge in the number of new homeschooling families because of the pandemic. The role of teaching now falls on the shoulders of parents. And […] Read more…

7 Worst Misconceptions About Stay-at-Home Moms

7 misconceptions about stay at home moms

There are so many misconceptions about stay-at-home-moms (SAHMs). My mom stayed at home throughout our growing up years. She had periods of employment but she defaults back to the home. But I never heard anyone speak down on her because she stayed at home with us. I became a SAHM when our first child was […] Read more…

Setting Healthy Relationship Boundaries

healthy relationship boundaries

The pandemic fostered more online connections. We gather in different digital platforms for work meetings, bible studies, school, and hilarious online gatherings with friends and family. This an advanced way of keeping connected. But are we setting healthy relationship boundaries? Our 24/7 connection with others has a downside. When we become too comfortable with each […] Read more…

Unexpectedly Homeschooling


The covid19 locked us all in our homes. As a parent who has heard about homeschooling from friends and celebrities, find yourself unexpectedly homeschooling. The role of teaching your child fell on your lap without any warning. It all happened so fast and everything is a blur. Help! I’m a homeschooling mom! What did I […] Read more…

10 Bible Verses to Counter Anxiety

10 bible verses to counter anxiety

The alarming number of confirmed cases of CoVID19 in the entire world increases our anxiety level. We ask God, “Lord, when will this end?” As followers of Christ, we are not exempt from having panic attacks. Fear has a paralyzing effect, and giving in to panic can weaken us. Here are 10 Bible verse to […] Read more…

My MomPreneurLab Mentorship


A lot of people have gone further than they thought they could because someone else thought they could. Zig Ziglar I recall expressing to my husband a desire to have a mentor. The thought came because I was looking at how to grow our small business. What I have are concepts that I can turn into […] Read more…

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