Saturday, July 31, 2021

Where to find online jobs


Work from Home Jobs

This page and links will be constantly updated:

Upwork -
Onlinejobs PH -
VirtualCoworker -
PeoplePerHour -
Fiverr -
Guru -
Truelancer -
Freeeup -
Freelancer -
Golance -
MyOutdesk -
Zeerk -
199jobs -
Outsourcely -
Hubstaff -


HelloRache -


Real Estate VA -


99 Designs -
Toptal -
Envato -


GoTranscript -
Transcribe Me -
Scribie -
Verbit -
Rev -
Speechpad -
Appen -
Civimom -
Way With Words -
Accutran Global -
Crowd Surf Work -
Verbalink -
Casting Words -


Analysia -
Enroll App -
Start Uplift -
Testing Time -
Try My UI -
User Feel -
Userlytics -
User Test -
User Testing -
Utest -
What Users Do -


Remote Tasks -
Humanatic -
Microwork -


Voice Bunny -
Voices -


Ask Wonder -


Capital Typing -
Pico Workers -
Mturk -

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

ABB Technology Can Help Address E-mobility Infra Challenges in PH


ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a leading global technology company that energizes the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future. By connecting software to its electrification, robotics, automation and motion portfolio, ABB pushes the boundaries of technology to drive performance to new levels. With a history of excellence stretching back more than 130 years, ABB’s success is driven by about 105,000 talented employees in over 100 countries. 

ABB’s Electrification Business Area is a global leader in electrical products and solutions, operating in more than 100 countries, with over 200 manufacturing sites. They have 50,000+ employees are dedicated to transforming how people live, connect and work by delivering safe, smart and sustainable electrification solutions. They are shaping the future trends of electrification, differentiating through technological and digital innovation while delivering an outstanding experience through operational excellence for their customers across utilities, industry, buildings, infrastructure and mobility. 

ABB Philippines has staged the ABB Digital Summit, a four-day online event (July 26-29, 2021) that features global speakers from ABB, with special guest resource persons from different organizations and associations. ABB in partnership with European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (ECCP), Energy Managers Professionals Association in the Philippines (EMPAP), Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers of the Philippines (IIEE), Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) and Philippine Green Building Council (PGBC).

Global technology leader ABB has the infrastructure to help the Philippines achieve its target of having electronic vehicles (EVs) account for 10 percent of road transport vehicles by 2040.

Department of Energy (DOE) Director for Energy Utilization and Management Bureau Patrick Aquino said support infrastructure is one of the challenges that they need to hurdle to realize this goal.

“Under the 2018-2040 Philippine Energy Plan, EVs are expected to account for 10 percent of road transport vehicles by 2040 in the clean energy scenario,” he said during the forum, “The Future of E-mobility Is Now”, which was held on the second day of the ABB Digital Summit.

Aquino was one of the resource speakers during the forum, along with Electronic Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP) president Edmund Araga and ABB Product Marketing Specialist Engr. Ace Bisnar. ABB Asia Pacific Manager for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Kumail Rashid also joined the event during its question and answer segment.

ABB has been leading the way to a zero-emission mobility future. It has developed electrification solutions from EV chargers for the home to fast-charging roadside stations.

The company also offers electrical distribution solutions and battery energy storage systems -- infrastructure that are essential to enabling an e-mobility future.

Bisnar added that ABB can provide remote support to monitor EV chargers in different areas.

“It’s not just putting the EV charger on the area, but also making sure that it is working 100 percent,” he said.

The latest available data shows that the transition to EVs from conventional vehicles has been slow so far. Aquino shared that from 2010 to 2019, only 11,950 EVs were registered, accounting for a mere 0.09 percent of registered vehicles.

This is why organizations such as the EVAP are closely working with the government and other sectors to further e-mobility in the country.

“We never stop promoting, and continue sustaining its ground” Araga said during the Summit.

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Peaks and valleys... #StrongerThanMyAdversity


I am Rosanna Lim, and I am #StrongerThanMyAdversity.

For those of you who know me personally, you probably already know my journey and all of the ordeals and struggles that I've had to overcome.

But for those who don't – in my life, there have been a lot of peaks and valleys, and it's been a giant roller coaster ride.

It all started for me at a very young age, when our family business at Limketkai Center closed down. It was then that I saw my parents struggle financially, emotionally, and psychologically, which eventually led to their separation.

For someone who grew up well-provided for – home, food, education, and all that, it was such a pivotal moment in my life. I had no idea what was going to happen next.

Our family didn’t have a fallback plan at the time. So I witnessed my parents do all that they can to provide for us. They tried to get back up by selling majority of what we had just to get by, but we continued to struggle.

At the time, I remember being told I might have to stop school because we couldn’t afford it anymore. I was about to graduate from college at that time.

It was the first time in my life that I had to beg our school to allow me to take my final exams, by promising to pay at the end of the year, to which thankfully they agreed. I remember the school manager said at that time that my promising skills would go to waste if she didn’t help.

I then found a part-time job as an encoder at Camp Evangelista, when they were migrating from paper to electronic records. I remember getting paid 1 peso per soldier file record encoded. I worked there after my classes were done and there were times when I ended up going home the following morning just to get my job done.

Along the way I also sold food packs, which my mom cooked, to banks and offices. To cut the long story short, I was able to pay my tuition and school fees and was able to graduate. Fortunately, the school I went to, hired me as a computer teacher even before I graduated. Because of that, I was also able to help my younger sister finish college too.

I remember, at that time, we experienced living for 5 years with no electricity. Not just that, we lived in a house knowing that the bank could take it any time. We struggled but we got through it day by day.

With all the heavy burden I was carrying, I started seeking for human connection and relationships, a partner who could be there for me. In my life, I've had a couple of failed relationships leading to further heartbreak and depression. I felt lost in life.

To top it all off, we got hit by natural calamity and survived 2 typhoons and floods and lost everything again.

I've experienced losing jobs, and being scammed financially by people we thought we trusted. There was a time when someone I knew was going to get us a house, but we got scammed by that too. Family and so-called friends judged my journey and that didn’t help at all.

I almost gave up on life. It felt like it was too much and I wondered if I was cursed or I was meant to be punished all the time.

But through all this, I found the gems in my life. When you hit rock bottom, there is no other way to go but up. Today, I’m a solo parent of my 2 amazing boys who I have been raising for 15 years on my own, and that I am proud of.

Things have been going smoothly over the last few years. I've been slowly paying off debt and now able to provide for my family.

Then the pandemic hit. I lost some of my jobs once more. But this time, I’m stronger and tougher than ever before. Everything I've gone through has been a learning experience and I have gained a different mindset. I have met new friends and strengthened old friendships. I received awesome support from wonderful past and present bosses who understood my journey. They gave me valuable life advice that was essential and uplifting, and most importantly they treated us as family.

This part of my life is where I’m able to #celebrateliving despite all that.

This campaign of FWD insurance made me realize that the experiences I went through taught me how to be kind to others, how to be patient and understanding of other people's pain, and how to make a positive impact as much as possible to everyone around me. Because the truth is, we don’t know what each one is going through.

Indeed, challenges in life are inevitable. I’ve been through a lot and I’m still here fighting and celebrating life. I have learned to be part of the solution, not the problem.

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Thursday, July 8, 2021

Cagayan de Oro Road in South Korea


Here is a closer look at the Cagayan de Oro Road in Gwangyang, South Korea. 

Mayor Jeong Hyunbok named a street after Cagayan de Oro to strengthen cooperation and exchange and to honor the sisterhood of both cities.

Image clip from Miskimpoyu, a Filipina based in Korea posted a video on Youtube regarding the said street. Video below:

"Cagayan de Oro Road is a 4-lane 1.36-kilometer-long riverside street in a commercial district some 10 kilometers northwest of Gwangyang Port." - CDODev

Travel Requirements for Cagayan de Oro City - Region 10

These travel requirements are applicable under Cagayan de Oro City’s current MECQ status.


For essential/indispensable travels, APOR (Authorized Persons Outside their Residences) and ROF/OFW, the same basic travel requirements/to-dos apply.

1. S-Pass Registration
2. OpCoorS Registration (Barangay Coordination)
3. Higala QR Code

- Swab Test Result (Negative)
- Medical Clearance Certificate
- Acceptance Letter


Coordinate with your final point (LGU) destination for their specific requirements (basic is the S-Pass with specific point of destination/LGU - not Cagayan de Oro)
Make sure that the purpose for entering Cagayan de Oro is ESSENTIAL. There are established checkpoints in our borders requiring you the following:
3. Any Proof of Transaction / Purpose in Cagayan de Oro
Please be advised.
Regular LIVE Q&A at CdeO Operation Tabang Travelers page