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Mga Kwento Ni Nanay: A Storytelling Workshop

Children love stories!  Undoubtedly, children love hearing stories in whatever form in print, read to them, read on their own, on television, in movies, etcetera. It may sound surprising to some, but majority of children prefer listening to stories read to them by their moms.  They may not always enthusiastically show it but they [] The post Mga Kwento Ni Nanay: A Storytelling Workshop appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Holiday Traveling with Multiple Aged Kids

Traveling with your kids for the holidays? We are and before I had it all planned out the thought of it literally scared me to death! My oldest is 7, middle 6, and the baby is 2.5. The older two have been on short roartrips maximum time being 1-2 hours, the baby has not. This [] read more »

How I Lowered My Grocery Bill By Hundreds of Do...

With a family of five including two adults and three growing children, you would assume that my grocery bill would be high, right?? It was more than high, it was TREMENDOUS!!!  My Problem: I was not using any coupons or discounts I was not making a list or not a realistic ones I was allowing my family to [] read more »

Do you Shop The Children’s Place?? Here’s there...

My kids LOVE shopping at The Childrens Place and so do I! They always have the best deals going on and the cutest selections! My older picky two (girl 7, boy 6) even say the clothes are too cool and just about died to have their backpack, lunchbox and just about every other school item [] read more »

Looking for Mommy Friends? Check this Out!

So I was trying to find a way for any of my followers who had specific subjects, content, or questions they wanted feedback on bit either didnt want their names to be shown or didnt want to discuss the topic on an actual website but still wanted other mommys opinions. So I have made a [] read more »

Traffic Exchanges – Free Advertising for Your W...

Your website needs lots of visitors (traffic) if you are going to make money from it.  If you do not have a large advertising budget, an effective way to advertise your site for free is to use traffic exchanges, sometimes known as surf sites.  These can bring a steady stream of visitors to your [] read more »

Major Content Discovery Networks (5 of 6)

The secret to native advertising is to utilize the power of content discovery networks and platforms. Content Discovery Networks (CDN) are a very powerful way to generate prime traffic to your website there’s no doubt about it. It’s also the easiest way. With Content Discovery networks, you can tap into the popularity of websites [] read more »

Avoid These Campaign Killer Mistakes (4 of 6)

When it comes to traffic generation campaigns, one mistake can cost you an arm and a leg. And if you’re on a tight budget, you really can’t afford to be making silly errors, especially ones that you could easily avoid, right? Native advertising truly is drop dead easy. That’s not to say that you can’t [] read more »

Why Cloud Intranets Work Well For Small Busines...

For startups and small businesses, there’s plenty to think about. From financing and marketing to sales and product development, there’s a myriad of issues that will be occupying your time... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] read more »

Powerful Traffic from Sponsored Content (3 of 6)

You’ve likely seen recommended content ads online, but you may not realize just how effective they are. It’s like getting a direct referral from a leader in the industry! With recommended content, your brand appears as a recommended resource by prominent, highly established websites and networks online, including content discovery networks (I’ll tell you [] read more »

The Hottest Traffic Source EVER (1 of 6)

I guess that you’re looking for the next hot traffic source? Well, look no further because you’ll find more traffic than you’ll ever need with a little-known tactic that is being called “Native Advertising”. What exactly is native advertising, you ask? Here’s just the tip of what it’ll deliver: Instant and evergreen source of quality [] read more »

How to Find Drop Ship Companies

Up until now, we’ve talked about the things you should look for in a drop shipper, and whether drop shipping is the right business model for you. If you’re still reading this series, you’ve probably already decided that you think you want to give it a try. Now it’s time to actually look for the [] read more »

Features to Look for In A Drop shipper (6 of 7)

The first thing you should do before you decide on a Drop shipper is check for reviews. Remember, EVERY company has a few bad reviews, so even the occasional terrible review shouldn’t scare you off. There are all kinds of reasons people could leave bad reviews on a company. But if there are hundreds—or thousands [] read more »

Questions to Ask Potential Drop-shippers

Finding the right drop-shipper can be challenging, but it’s much easier if you know what to look for in a drop-shipper, and which questions you should ask a potential drop-shipper before doing business with them. Today we are going to talk about the questions you should ask a potential drop-shipper, and tomorrow we’ll cover the [] read more »

Questions to Ask Potential Drop-shippers (5 of 7)

Finding the right drop-shipper can be challenging, but it’s much easier if you know what to look for in a drop-shipper, and which questions you should ask a potential drop-shipper before doing business with them. Today we are going to talk about the questions you should ask a potential drop-shipper, and tomorrow we’ll cover [] read more »

Drawbacks of Drop-shipping (4 of 7)

There are drawbacks to pretty much everything in life, and drop-shipping is no exception. While it can be a real blessing for anyone who needs inventory, and can’t get it any other way, it does have its share of issues. We’re going to talk about some of the biggest potential problems you may encounter with [] read more »

Financial Benefits of Drop-shipping

Maybe you’re still on the fence about whether drop-shipping is right for you, so let’s talk about some of the biggest benefits of drop-shipping. 1. Low Initial Costs Because drop-shipping doesn’t require you to pay for your inventory upfront, you will have little to no startup costs. You may want to buy a drop-shipping directory [] read more »

Financial Benefits of Drop-shipping (3 of 7)

Maybe you’re still on the fence about whether drop-shipping is right for you, so let’s talk about some of the biggest benefits of drop-shipping. 1. Low Initial Costs Because drop-shipping doesn’t require you to pay for your inventory upfront, you will have little to no startup costs. You may want to buy a drop-shipping directory [] read more »

Is Drop-shipping Right for You? (2 of 7)

Drop-shipping is a very powerful tool, but it’s not right for everyone. In some cases, it can actually be a lot more of a hassle than its worth, and in other cases, it can be the best thing that has happened to a business. Let’s take a look at when drop-shipping is and when it [] read more »

Drop-Shipping for Online Stores

One of the largest expenses in starting any kind of retail business is buying product. In fact, for online stores that don’t have a lot of overhead like buying a physical store or paying huge utility bills, it can be the single largest initial expense. But what if you could avoid that altogether? Drop-shipping allows [] read more »

Don’t Be Afraid to Learn a Musical Instrument

Learning a musical instrument can seem like an incredibly daunting task. That’s especially true if you’re an adult who has never played before. After all, most of the people you know who play anything probably started when they were kids or teenagers. Whether you’re in your mid-20s or your mid-60s though, you can learn to [] The post Don’t Be Afraid to Learn a Musical Instrument appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

See You at The Biggest Homeschool Conference in...

When we started homeschooling last June, I thought it would be a breeze for me.  I have almost two decades of experience as an academic tutor(yes, Im THAT old!) . Ive taught multi-level students in all academic subjects.  My kids are still in grade school, so, how hard could that be, right? Well, our first [] The post See You at The Biggest Homeschool Conference in the Philippines! appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Acquiring Materials to Help Students Learn Better

Math is a subject with which many students struggle. They fail to understand material that they must know in order to move onto the next grade level. When you want to help students learn complex math lessons better, you may use a variety of resources like base ten blocks worksheets and other materials that outline [] The post Acquiring Materials to Help Students Learn Better appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Happy Valentine’s Day! Addition Facts Game FREE...

Hello, My Loves!!! I told you before that my favorite thing is when I get to give you some more resources to use in your classroom! Im so excited to be a part of a blog hop that is giving away a TON of ideas, activities and games! Im so excited to... Read More The post Happy Valentines Day! Addition Facts Game FREE Teaching Resource For YOU! appeared first on DIY Farmwife. read more »

Raising Game Changers with iACADEMY

I am envious! So very green with envy.  I envy the youth of today whose lives are made more convenient with all the advances in technology.  I envy them for the vast opportunities they have to make their lives better.  What triggered this feeling?  A tour and an orientation of a school which I found [] The post Raising Game Changers with iACADEMY appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

The Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015: Read...

Have you already signed up for the largest homeschooling conference this year? Whether you have been homeschooling for years or have yet to decide if homeschooling is for your family, this conference is something you should not miss. READY FOR THE WORLD! Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands, Manila Workshops and The Learning Basket bring you the largest [] The post The Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015: Ready for the World! appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Parental Control Tools to Protect Kids in the D...

The internet offers a lot of benefits that bring ease and convenience in the day to day activities of everyone. But it can also add challenge to the complicated world of parenting. Instead of just browsing the net for tips on how to make the best waffles or how to raise well-rounded kids, you now [] The post Parental Control Tools to Protect Kids in the Digital World appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Get High Quality School ID Cards in Bulk

If you want to improve security at your school then having an ID card for staff and visitors is the best way to do this. Being able to identify people in the building and on the premises means you will have a safe environment with only authorised personnel allowed in. Having ID cards for schools [] The post Get High Quality School ID Cards in Bulk appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Singapore Math Enrichment at Galileo

A few years ago, I was able to attend a seminar on Unlocking the Secrets of Singapore Math.  Although I have heard of Singapore Math before, I was not inclined to learn more about it as my kids were still babies then.  On that day, however, I was amazed at how easy it was to understand [] The post Singapore Math Enrichment at Galileo appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

The 3rd Singapore Math Learning Festival

Only 10 days left before the 3rd Singapore Math Learning Festival! Parents, teachers, and school administrators are all enjoined to register and take part in this years learning fest aptly themed Preparing for the Future: Creativity and Innovation through Singapore Math. As parents and educators, it is our responsibility to prepare our children for the future.  We must [] The post The 3rd Singapore Math Learning Festival appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

3 Skills Kids Learn Through Pretend Play

When we hear of the word “play”, we often associate it with engaging games of tag, sports activities, or physical exploration of environments. Physical play, though, is just one of many types of play that children engage in. There’s Constructive Play where kids learn to create things using blocks, clay, and other manipulatives. Competitive Play [] The post 3 Skills Kids Learn Through Pretend Play appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

UPIS Kindergarten Admission Test Schedule

Application forms for the UPKAT (UP Kindergarten Admission Test) are now available at the UPIS High School Building in UP Diliman.  Forms are issued from Monday to Friday, 8:00-12nn and 1pm-5pm.  You can get the forms only until January 30, 2015. Here are the dates to keep in mind: January 20-30 (M-F, 8am-12nn/1-5pm) Issuance [] The post UPIS Kindergarten Admission Test Schedule appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »

Twitter’s plan to acquire a Bieber startup leak...

source: Sam Machkovech In terms of accidentally sent e-mails and Internet postings—the kinds that people wish they'd never clicked "send" on—we think this week's goof by Twitter CFO Anthony Noto takes the cake. On Monday, the 46-year-old finance veteran, who joined Twitter in July after years as CFO of the NFL and a managing director at Goldman Sach... read more »

Report: Microsoft and Yahoo vie to become Safar...

source: Andrew Cunningham Google Maps and YouTube are no longer bundled as default apps on iPhones and iPads, but there's one big place on Apple's devices where Google is still the default option: the Safari search bar. Microsoft's Bing, Yahoo (also Bing-powered), and the privacy-minded DuckDuckGo are all included as options, but Google has been... read more »

Verizon promises not to sue over net neutrality...

source: Jon Brodkin Verizon is trying to convince the Federal Communications Commission that it won't sue to block net neutrality rules as long as they're issued without reclassifying broadband providers as utilities. Yet, Verizon did sue the FCC the last time it crafted net neutrality rules without relying on its utility regulation powers. In 2010,... read more »

Judge who unsealed phone snooping orders not a ...

source: Cyrus Farivar A Charlotte, North Carolina, judge has single-handedly sparked the release of surveillance applications involving the use of secretive cell-site simulators known as stingrays. To date, it's the most substantial set of surveillance applications—specifically "trap and trace device" orders, a cousin of the "pen register"—to b... read more »

UI design pattern tips: vote to promote

source: creativebloq.com Although many people are designing mobile products that are social in nature, few understand what that really means, how it works, or why it's important. In this series for Creative Bloq, Chris Bank of UXPin[1], the UX design app, discusses the importance of social design patterns and details examples from some of the... read more »

T-Mobile agrees to reveal customers' throttled ...

source: Steven MusilUnder agreement with FCC, the carrier will provide customers with tools that accurately gauge the connection speeds they are experiencing after reaching their monthly data caps.... read more »

Most people have heard of Snowden, few have cha...

source: Cyrus Farivar New worldwide survey results conducted by a Canadian think tank show that most people around the world (60 percent) have heard of Edward Snowden, but just over a third have "have taken steps to protect their online privacy and security as a result of his revelations." The study, which was released Monday by the Centre for... read more »

Font of the day: Uniform

source: creativebloq.com Here at Creative Bloq, we're big fans of typography[1] and we're constantly on the hunt for new and exciting typefaces – especially free fonts[2]. So, if you're in need of a font for your latest design or just like to keep a collection so you're prepared, we may be able to help out. Every day, we're running 'Font of the day[3... read more »

How the human eye reads a website

source: creativebloq.com In this article, Chris Bank of UXPin[1] — the wireframing prototyping app — explains the theory and practice of creating visual hierarchies in web UI design. For analysis of UI examples from over 33 companies, check out the free ebook Web UI Best Practices[2]. More than being creative, a good artist must also consider... read more »

Samsung reportedly sold 4 million fewer Galaxy ...

source: Daniel Cooper There's been a few signs that not all is well in Samsung's mobile division, with the company pledging to make fewer new devices[1], as well as its chief taking a pay cut[2]. If the Wall Street Journal[3] is to be believed, the cause of this unrest is all down to faltering sales of the Galaxy S5[4], which has apparently sold... read more »

Apple partners with major app developers to rai...

source: James Trew Apple has teamed with select app developers on a fundraising initiative for (RED)[1] and World AIDS day[2] (Dec 1st). For the next two weeks there will be a dedicated a section of the App Store where 25 partnering apps will be available with new or exclusive content. Titles taking part include high-profile names such as Angry... read more »

Push Button, Receive Bacon comes to life

source: Michelle StarrThe famous Push Button, Receive Bacon meme has been brought to life by a team of hackers who repurposed an old laser printer.... read more »

Tweet 10,000 times, and Edward Norton and God s...

source: Bonnie BurtonAn unaired "SNL" sketch reveals what happens when you've written 10,000 tweets. You get a celebrity kiss, a visit from Woody Harrelson dressed as God and an elaborate music-dance routine.... read more »

SnapJet lets you print your smartphone snaps as...

source: Michelle StarrA new device seeking funding on Kickstarter uses Polaroid technology to let you wirelessly print photos from your smartphone.... read more »

Stealth malware found spying on telecoms, energ...

source: Steven MusilRegin's complex nature suggests a nation state is behind the cyberespionage tool's development, Symantec reports.... read more »

Highly advanced backdoor trojan cased high-prof...

source: Dan Goodin The five stages of Regin. Symantec Researchers have unearthed highly advanced malware they believe was developed by a wealthy nation-state to spy on a wide range of international targets in diverse industries, including hospitality, energy, airline, and research. Backdoor Regin, as researchers at security firm Symantec... read more »

Video games aren't all guns and gore; artistic ...

source: Nick StattVideo games made by small studios have an effective tool in their arsenal when it comes to setting themselves apart.... read more »

Fonts of the week w/e 23 November 2014

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