Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 lockdown, schools have been shut and students have been asked to stay at home. Despite this, students are encouraged to continue studying and learning at home. As parents, it is then your duty to support your kids’ learning. Since not all parents are familiar with home schooling, here are some tips to consider to help boost your kids’ productivity.
Following the Government’s recent directives, many employees have started working from home. Unless, of course, it is impossible for them to do so. While some employees or freelancers are already used to this kind of set up, it remains quite unusual for some. Some employees might find their days more unproductive. Others might have easily adapted to the setting and get more job done. Thus, here are 5 ideas we’ve pulled together to help you be more productive when working from home.
In light of the UK Government’s recent announcement, everyone must stay at home at all times to help protect the NHS and save lives. Everyone, except key workers, should work from home where possible. Students, on the other hand, have been off school since last week. As these new measures will be implemented across the country for three (3) weeks, there are different ways to make the most of your time indoors.
Are you a 90s kid? Do you remember how different it was back then when we didn’t have smartphones and access to social media? Life then seemed so much simpler than it is now, but would you like to relive those days again?Let’s take a trip back to memory lane and recall what we used to do in the 90s. Here are 5 things batang 90s can relate to:
Valentine’s Day is a big celebration around the world. People from different cultures and countries celebrate this special day. In essence, it is the Feast of Saint Valentine but over the years, it has become a day of love and romance. This day is also widely celebrated by many Filipinos.
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, marks the end of the Chinese lunar calendar. It is celebrated all around the world, but it’s also widely popular in the Philippines. Its essence has been adopted by the Philippine culture due to the Chinese influence on the country. Hence why Chinese New Year is always a fun and exciting time for Filipinos.