Destination No-Go: The Year of Working on Ourselves
by Hazel Villaviza | December 18, 2020
As 2020 comes to a close, we tend to look back at the year filled with twists and turns, keeping us on our toes and on relatively high alert. Many plans have been put on hold, or cancelled altogether even; with the holidays coming up, it’s quite difficult not to think of the vacations that could have been.
Envisioned through Color: An Artist’s Perspective
by Crystal Estavillo | November 13, 2020
Taking up a new hobby isn’t always easy, but it can definitely be worth it. It may provide us a way to relax ourselves, an outlet to express our inner thoughts and feelings, and can even be for self-improvement through learning a new skill.
Hope in a Tub: Staff on Weekdays, Entrepreneur on Weekends
by Jude Gomez | October 22, 2020
With the uncertainty posed by this already half year-long pandemic situation, a lot of people are still feeling the impact COVID-19 has on many businesses. To make ends meet, many individuals have also dabbled into starting a small business themselves, whether alone, or with family and friends.
In this blog, we are featuring one of RareJob PH’s maintenance staff, Romelin Jito, who has been with the company for three years. Not only is she braving the pandemic and commute by working at the office alongside our skeleton staff, she is also managing her own door-to-door fish delivery business!