Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Election Buttons in School


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Marketing is the key to success for any political campaign, be it for student body election or presidential elections. Reaching out to the audience, speaking your mind and voicing your opinion is the only way to win any campaign. Whether or not you will come out winning depends only on two facts: Candidate and Marketing. Nowadays, school campaigns are just as competitive, so if your child wants to participate in the school election, be sure to encourage and support them as they would not be able to make it without your support!

School elections have always been competitive, however now with technology; there are various other advancements in these elections as well. So, you would need to have a proper marketing strategy in place to make it a success. Here are somethings that we recommend:

Logo

This one is probably the most important; this logo will become the face of the campaign, so it's essential to choose the right colour, font and imagery for the logo. This shows voters you are serious about the election campaign.

Posters

This technique has been in practice since Abraham Lincoln days. However, it is by far the most effective method to spread awareness about the student election campaign. Visuals always work, so be sure to create posters that are unique, vibrant and make you stand out.

Buttons or Pins

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Whether you are having a fundraiser at home or in the school hallway, creating personalized election buttons and pins for the school election campaign is imperative. With uber buttons you can easily create buttons and pins of your choice; all you need to do is choose the size, shape, colour, photo (if any) and slogan and you are good to go. There are great offers on bulk purchases. So, what are you waiting for, help your child win, this election season!

Website

If you want to take it up a notch and have the means to do so, we suggest you create your very own campaign website. Where you can list out the things, you would be working on once elected. List out your passions, ideas, also share quotes and images that resonate with you.

Social Media

Creating a Facebook page, using personal Instagram and Snap chat is a great way to get the word out there about the election campaign. These act as your political synopsis, so be sure to curate content for these platforms accordingly; as most of your target audience will be scrolling through these pages to get a better sense of your campaign.

Gifts

Gifts are tricky, some campaign marketers swear by it, some are not too sure. No matter what the case is, kids love gifts, and a great way to persuade or even get through to potential voters is by handing out gifts. This does not need to be fancy; it can be a simple token or a souvenir, whatever fits well in the marketing budget.

Email Marketing

Just like social media, email marketing is a great way to reach out to voters, curate a list of all students participating in the voting and send out emails; make sure these are well crafted and catch their attention. Email marketing is also a great way to connect with students who don’t want to support you publicly or are too shy to voice their opinion. Email Marketing content should cover some frequently asked questions, campaign pitch etc. this way, these voters will be able to view campaign brief in one place.

Campaign Speech

Any political campaign is incomplete without speech. Traditional voters believe that a speech can make or break a candidate's career. So, while writing a speech, make sure to include things that will not only resonate with the audience but also speak out tangible goals so that voters can keep track of their candidate’s performance. If you can’t write a speech on your own; someone who knows the candidate well should be writing it, that’s the only way a speech will get a personal touch.

Be it any political campaign; aggressive marketing is the key to winning elections. Always make sure to add personalized touches to your campaign, be it in your website or on the customized buttons; once the voters can resonate with you, they are sure to vote for you!  



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Lunch in a BuBee Lunch Jar Series 2019: Week 6


Sharing another week of Lunch in a BuBee Lunch Jar Series 2019.

Here's the the Week 5 of Lunch in a BuBee Lunch Jar Series 2019.  Budget friendly lunch baon for 3 for less than 100 pesos.

READ: What's in my Yumbox Series 2019: Week 5

July 15, 2019

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Lunch: Pan grilled pork steak, adobong kangkong and rice
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2 pcs pork steak - 80 pesos
1 bundle of kangkong - 15 pesos
onion, soy sauce, oil, pepper, salt - available na sa kitchen
Total = 85 pesos
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July 16, 2019
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Lunch: Chicken afritada and rice
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6 pieces small chicken thigh - 60 pesos
1/2 pack tomato sauce - 6 pesos
1 piece small carrots - 3 pesos
4 pieces small potatoes - 10 pesos
1 pack green peas - 12 pesos
Oil, salt and pepper available na sa kitchen
= 91 pesos
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July 17, 2019
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Lunch: Tortang talong, bistek (leftover from breakfast) and rice
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4 eggplants - 10 pesos (20 pesos lang kasi tumpok dito sa amin, 10 pcs na)
2 eggs - 13 pesos
Total = 23 pesos
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July 18, 2019
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Lunch: Pan grilled chicken legs, togue and carrots, and rice
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3 small chicken leg quarters - 80 pesos
togue - 14 pesos
1 carrot - 3 pesos
= 97 pesos
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July 19, 2019
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Lunch: Ginisang sayote with toasted pork cubes and rice
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3 sayote = 12 pesos
200g pork cubes = approx 40 pesos
= 52 pesos
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July 20, 2019
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Lunch: Pancit canton 
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250 g Pancit canton = 28 pesos
1/4 cabbage = 15 pesos
Baguio beans = 10 pesos/balot
1/2 pack kikiam = 12 pesos
1/2 pack squid balls = 12 pesos
Egg = left coating of pizza roll
= 77 pesos
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That's for Lunch in a BuBee Lunch Jar Series 2019: Week 6. Please stay tune for the Week 7 of Lunch in a BuBee Lunch Jar Series 2019.

P.S.: I have created a Facebook Group page for MoMaye's Baon Diary. You can join and share your bento baon creations too. I would definitely love to see yours too.



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Saturday, November 9, 2019

What's in my Yumbox Series 2019: Week 6


Hello Momshies! Sharing another week of What's in my Yumbox Series 2019.

Here's the Week 5 of the simple baon ideas.

READ: What's in my Yumbox Series 2019: Week 5

July 15, 2019

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 Snack:  Japanese pancake +Pocari sweat
Lunch:  rice, pan grilled pork steak, adobong kangkong, apple and grapes slices

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July 16, 2019

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 Snack:  grilled ham and cheese sandwich + Yakult light
Lunch:  rice, chicken afritada, banana slices and grapes + marshmallows

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July 17, 2019

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 Snack:  airfried pizza roll + Yakult light
Lunch: rice, tortang talong, bistek, apple and marshmallows

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July 18, 2019

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 Snack:  Oreo cookies + Yakult light
Lunch:  rice, pan grilled chicken, carrots and togue + grapes

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July 19, 2019

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 Snack:  cheese sticks and Oreo cookies + Locally mango juice
Lunch:  ginisang sayote with toasted pork cubes and rice in Bubee Lunch Jar

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July 20, 2019

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 Snack:  pizza roll and grapes
Lunch:  Pancit canton in Bubee Lunch Jar

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That's for What's in my Yumbox Series 2019: Week 6. Please stay tune for the Week 7 of What's in my Yumbox Series 2019.

P.S.: I have created a Facebook Group page for MoMaye's Baon Diary. You can join and share your bento baon creations too. I would definitely love to see yours too.

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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

How to Prevent Trench Foot?


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Have you heard about trench foot? 

In 1812, trench foot was first recorded with Napolean's Army. It was a big problem during First World War. 

Trench foot is one one of many immersion foot syndromes. It is a medical condition caused by prolonged exposure to damp, cold, unsanitary conditions. The affected feed become numbs, its color change and swells. It also starts to smell due to damage to the skin, blood vessels and nerves in the feet.

Trench foot if left untreated will usually results in gangrene, which may require amputation. But if treated properly, complete recovery is possible, but may marked by severe short-term pain when feeling returns.

With our advanced technology today, trench foot can be prevented even during winter. For those people at risk especially on cold and wet weathers, CozyWinters brand and products like heated boots, foot warmers, heated hoodie, electric gloves and the likes are now available.

How to prevent trench foot?

First you should now the symptoms. Festival goers, fishermen and soldiers are one of those who likely suffer from it. People indoors can also suffer from it because unlike frostbite, it doesn’t require freezing temperatures. It can develop in temperatures up to sixteen degrees celsius (sixty degrees Fahrenheit)

Symptoms of trench foot include swelling of the feet, tingling and numbness, blotching of the skin and itching. Sometimes, blisters can also form, with the risk of infection.

Prevention is better than cure as this condition can be extremely painful. Here are how you can prevent trench foot:

Wear clean, dry socks and shoes
Change socks daily or more frequently as possible especially if working in damp conditions. Have two or more pairs of work shoes or boots to ensure starting the shift with dry footwear.

Keep feet dry
Use waterproof (polypropylene) sock liner that are specially designed to draw moisture away from the feet keeping it dry. Apply talcum powder on feet, toes, and the insides of shoes or boots to keep moisture away

Don’t wear socks in bed
Allow the feet to breathe.

Good Foot Hygiene
Keep feet clean. Thoroughly clean and dry the feet before and after work.

Ensure shoes fit well
Avoid shoes that are too loose or too tight

Avoid synthetic materials
Avoid using shoes that are made of synthetic materials like rubber and vinyl

Control excessive feet perspiration of feet
If there is excessive feet perspiration, try to usse drying agents like aluminium chloride or with extreme cases Botox may help.  But before undergoing any treatment, consult your doctor first.

You may also suggest to your employer to install wall-mounted and portable industrial boot dryer, available also at CozyWinters, at the workplace.
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Trench foot can be treated and be prevented by taking the above precautions.
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Sunday, October 27, 2019

Is Using CBD Oil Good For Cats?


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A cat, like any other pet, needs attention too. They also need to be fed, played with, bathed, and overall looked after. There are a lot of health issues that affect cats, as well. As they get older, they tend to develop arthritis, chronic pain, and sometimes cancer. This doesn't mean that every cat gets affected this way. You need to be prepared if you own one.

Moreover, pets can't say if something is wrong with them. That's why you have to pay close attention to how they react, what they do, and whether they eat enough food or drink enough water. If you notice that something is not right, take your pet to the vet immediately. They will be able to diagnose it and figure out a solution to the problem.

Nowadays, people are starting to give their cats CBD oil. This is a natural mixture created from the marijuana plant. You shouldn't worry about getting your cat "high" because it doesn't have any THC metabolites in it. In fact, CBD has helped a lot of people, as well. There's no wonder that it might be beneficial for pets as well. Here are some of the things that CBD oil can be useful against: 

Chronic Pain

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No one wants to live with pain, but the difference is that people can say if something hurts them. This doesn’t include pets. Taking your cat to a vet in necessary when you notice some odd behavior. They will inform you if the cat is experiencing chronic pain. One of the solutions besides pills is giving your cat CBD oil. Just make sure to place several drops in your pet’s food. They won’t be able to notice a difference in flavor. But you will notice a difference in its behavior. Your pet will feel relieved. Click on the link to find out more https://www.thesprucepets.com/is-cbd-oil-good-for-cats-4686100.

Arthritis

Cats often get diagnosed with arthritis. This is not a severe condition, but it is better if you treat it right away. Joint inflammation can cause slower movement for your cat. Since cats are so agile and way more flexible than other pets, they need their joints to stay active. The intake of CBD oil will reduce inflammation in the joints. This way, your pet will be able to stay active as much as it wants. You can play with it as well.

Aggression

If you start to notice some aggression in your pet, then you need to make sure it goes away. This way, you won't be able to trust your cat anymore. If your pet is anxious about something, then it will start reacting in a bad way. This is where the oil is most practical. It will definitely calm your cat's anxiety. This is because the product has a calming effect. Even if you use it for some reason, you will be able to feel a lot more tranquil and at peace. If this doesn’t improve, then you better ask for a suggestion from your vet. Find out more by checking out this page

Epilepsy

If you didn't know before, cats can suffer from epilepsy as well. This will make cats experience seizures, even a temporary loss of consciousness. It will undoubtedly be very distressing for you to witness your cat having a seizure. If this keeps on happening, then it is best to take action immediately. Visit your vet as soon as possible and start giving your cat CBD. Even if the vet prescribes you some drugs, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the pet will respond to them. Not only that, but there’s a chance that they can cause side-effects as well. 

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

This type of illness can be diagnosed in cats of any age. This occurs when your pet’s gastrointestinal tract starts to get inflamed. Luckily for any pet owner out there, CBD contains anti-inflammatory properties. Giving your cat a daily dose of the product can reduce the symptoms of the inflammation and reduce vomiting as well. A lot of research is still being conducted. But in the meantime, it is good to know that the oil has indeed some health benefits that your cat can experience.  


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