Hi guys, how are you doing? *Excited* This is BH speaking, guys, I already finished my Masters Degree in Public Administration. (Perhaps the Professors took pity on me. lol) Remember this blog post? Career Hesitancy? Guess what, I already got a job and now I am studying Law. Yeeey, Just Excited to update everyone. It … Continue reading Author’s Career Progression
Government budgeting is the critical exercise of allocating revenues and borrowed funds to attain the economic and social goals of the country. It also entails the management of government expenditures in such a way that it will create the most economic impact on the production and delivery of goods and services while supporting … Continue reading The four phases of the budget cycle in the Philippines as well as the problems encountered during each phase.
Let's get things straight, I don't want to be selfish and I just want to share what I do outside this online journal of mine. I do graphic designs when I don't feel like writing and it adds few bucks earned from skills and talents. I would like to share with you a site called … Continue reading What I do outside blogging?
We've discussed already several factors that will affect your blog and slowly but surely we can do this. Another thing you have to consider is your target audience, you already knew what to do prior to conveying it to the world but knowing who to talk to is another story to cover up. Your target … Continue reading Target Audience of your Blog
Since we've already talked about types of blogs and how to differentiate them, we can now proceed on choosing a topic. Based on your type of blog you can choose any topic. (Note: It's better for you to blog about a topic which you know alot about or you have passion in it than nothing … Continue reading Blogging Tips: Chapter 4 (How to choose a topic for my blog)
When you heard the word Rebellion, What is the first thing that comes into your mind? Terrorism? Radicals? Or Extremists? During my early years in High School, when I heard the word Rebellion, it meant deliberately neglecting my parent’s guidance, but those thoughts changed when I ventured into college. When I was in college, I … Continue reading Education that led to Rebellion