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Mind & Spirit / Re: Dear God 24th Thread
« Last post by DalagangPinay on Today at 02:36:21 AM »

Thank you po kasi dumating na yung visa ko. Salamat po talaga dahil kahit kelan hindi nyo po ako pinabayaan.

Entrepreneurs / Re: Reselling, ok bang sideline? ~Part 2~
« Last post by elarose on Today at 02:28:34 AM »
Gusto ko bumalik sa reselling. Any supplier of home and baby products here?
Catching up on Mr. Robot Season 2

Saan ba pwede mag stream ng Stranger Things?
Industry Talk / Re: All About Med Reps
« Last post by fashtag on Today at 01:59:05 AM »
Can anyone share with me how the hiring and retention works for med reps?  Let's say you get hired, what expected target sales should you reach in order to be regularized?
Looking for Love / Re: Need advice, reactions and suggestion.
« Last post by googoo on Today at 01:57:03 AM »

You sound like a very intelligent and logical person.  Having said that, in my opinion, it's really not a good idea to have a baby out of wedlock.  You're only in your 30s, a lot of things can happen.  Do it right and get married first, if it's for you then it's for you.  Why complicate the situation diba?  It's not easy to be pregnant and alone.  You want to give birth without anyone to care for you?
GIRLTalkers Overseas / Re: IELTS / TOEFL
« Last post by gorgeous_me on Today at 01:54:28 AM »
pahingi din po ng reviewer. thanks!

sure, will just PM you later :D

for those who wants reviewer link, just PM me :)
baka magalit ang moderator, hehe
Completely agree!  That's why I try to be positive as often as I can since being happy is really a state of mind.  When you're happy, you attract positive vibes too.  So far so good.
Childbirth and Childcare / Re: Full time working moms
« Last post by googoo on Today at 01:47:32 AM »
FayeP I feel for you.  I can only imagine having to travel from bulacan to ortigas.  Ang bagal ko mag drive and it takes me forever to get to my destination.  Sana you can get yourself a yaya.

Anyway, I'm also a full time working mom.  There was a time when I thought that I had to give up my career because I could not get a yaya.  Both my mom and MIL are young and both don't really have either the time or patience to care for my little one full time.  Now, things are quite manageable and I could not get any happier.  I have a fulfilling career and I can help provide for my family's wants and needs.
We've Got Male! / Re: Mas mataba si GF/wife kesa kay BF/hubby
« Last post by googoo on Today at 01:36:49 AM »
prickyslime, i'm sure you're amazing, but if you can, try to check your weight and see if you are in a healthy range.  There is always exercise to help you get back in shape ;) ;)
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