Pakiglambigit with Bakwit School of Lumad Community This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. Last 7 February, 2019, I had the opportunity to co-facilitated beadworks activity with the UP ISSI management and staff and the Grade 10 students of Bakwit School. The Bakwit kids taught us how Read more…
How to create your photo book with StoryBook.ph Online Photo Book Services
This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.
When your hard disks are blown by thousands of digital photos that you hardly find time and resources on how to keep them tangible, eventually the recollection of the important events attached to your photo database tend to be largely forgotten (in worst case scenario, smart phone get lost or your system crashed!) Although these snapshots are encrypted in your mind, admit it or not, printed photographs inertly served its purpose – – a lasting impression to reminisce your life’s journey. I suggest to start creating your photo book in batches, it simple and economical. Having a photo book done in storybook.ph, you get the desired style and you can saved pictures online as well where you can access them anytime, anywhere.
How to create your photo book
Create an account. This will serve as your log-in to access your photo book project.
Organize your photos. Before starting a project, plan ahead of time your photo book’s theme and concept. You can opt for a travel photo book, your child’s milestone album, your family’s adventure, birthdays, weddings, etc. Stick to your topic to get the best output. (more…)
How to make a logo and the basics of project composition with LogoJoy Desktop publishing has been my most used tool when it comes to DIY projects both for personal and blogging needs. Branding-wise is a critical aspect when creating a modest design. It doesn’t need to be loud and Read more…
Travel Guide: Travel essentials, tips, itinerary and budgets when planning a trip to Hong Kong
They say you cannot visit all the hot spots in Hong Kong in one visit, the key here is to prioritize the destination that motivates you from food hunting, shopping and strolling. It involves a lot of WALKING! So brace yourself and wear comfortable clothing and shoes. What’s nice about there – people are fast-paced, the escalators are fast and the transportation from city bus to MTR are super fast and efficient. The food hubs at night are excitingly busy, the shopping districts are open until midnight. Arm yourself with the moolah and you’re ready to hit the HK culture! Best things to do in Hong Kong.
– Lago de Senado (Senate Square) (more…)