Tips: Plan Your Vacation Ahead Of Time ๐Ÿ™ˆ 2017 Philippine Holidays.

Plan your Vacation Leave ahead of time as Malacaรฑang has already released the list of holidays for 2017. It is beneficial for us to know this as early as possible so that we can book seat sale for your travels and file your vacation leaves to your employer.

President Rodrigo Duterte signed Proclamation No. 50 on August 16. It was released for public dissemination on Thursday, August 18.

The regular holidays are:

January 1, 2017, Sunday – New Year's Day
April 9, 2017, Sunday – Araw ng Kagitingan
April 13, 2017 – Maundy Thursday
April 14, 2017 – Good Friday
May 1, 2017, Monday – Labor Day
June 12, 2017, Monday – Independence Day
August 28, 2017, last Monday of August – National Heroes' Day
November 30, 2017, Thursday – Bonifacio Day
December 25, 2017, Monday – Christmas Day
December 30, 2017, Saturday – Rizal Day

Special (non-working) days:

January 2, 2017, Monday – based on Proclamation No. 117
January 28, 2017, Saturday – Chinese New Year
February 25, 2017, Saturday – EDSA Revolution Anniversary
April 15, 2017 – Black Saturday
August 21, 2017, Monday – Ninoy Aquino Day
October 31, 2017, Tuesday – additional special (non-working) day
November 1, 2017, Wednesday – All Saints' Day
December 31, 2017, Sunday – last day of the year

Filipinos will also have special holidays for the observance of Eid'l Fitr and Eid'l Adha, which will be announced next year.

Proclamations to declare national holidays for Eid'l Fitr and Eid'l Adha shall follow after approximate dates of the Islamic holidays have been determined.

Celebrating Christmas ๐ŸŒฒ (Noche Buena) at the Workplace.

Christmas is one of the highly celebrated Holidays in the Philippines. In fact, family members who are working in the urban zones will find ways just to go back home in provinces just to rejoice Christmas with their family. It is once a year celebration and time to gather all the family members – to show love.

Despite of this strong culture, there are people behind this happy and must awaited holiday that are sacrificing on not going home to spend time with their family. Instead, they spent their Christmas Eve with their workmates as they need to attend the call of duty.  Call Center Workers are not excluded on this.

We have also OFWs – tinitiis ang pamilya para makapagpadala; Security Guards who are handling cups of coffee while on duty. Waiters who are serving foods while their families are at home celebrating; and Hospital Workers who are always ready to save life yet they gave up their chance of having fun with their families.

Truly, it is partly sad but like what we always uttered “DADAAN DIN YAN”. To work in a BPO industry is not easy, it takes courage to bring ourselves to work during at night, it takes sacrifice to leave our family during happy moments and work hard on the floor. This Christmas 2016, Let me greet you a MERRY CHRISTMAS to those who gave up their Christmas Eve to report at work. ๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒฒ

Watch My Throwback Video Before I Established My Vlog.

Prior on learning the post-production in Vlogging which is video editing, I just recovered this video of mine in my USB - 8 years ago when I was in college. The video is a project presentation for the subject “LAW ON OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACT”.  I was one of the proponents on the said video. Indeed, I was laughing -how awful my project was. It has pixelated video, poor acting, noisy audio and a very unsmooth editing.

I admit that as of now, I am still on the process of learning how to edit my videos for my Vlogs. But if you evaluate my college output, I must say that there is a quite improvement in comparison to my current videos that I uploaded in my Youtube Channel. Well without further ado; let me share this video of mine that tackles the Philippine Civil code.

Pagpasensyahan niyo po. I did try to re-edit it using Sony Vegas to enhance.


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