Monday, December 6, 2010

Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Me?

     Last November 25, 2010, I attended RJ Ledesma’s book launching at Powerbooks – Greenbelt 4, Makati City.  Honestly, I don’t know much about the author that time and I haven’t read some of his books yet.  Well, I guess, this was the right time for me to get some information about RJ Ledesma and some of his works.

    Among his guest speaker is Tim Tayag a stand-up comedian and travel TV host for Living Asia Channel.  Actually, I’m a big fan of him wherein I used to watch his “On Foot” over and over again (that was before when we still subscribe with Home Cable).  I can’t believe that he is now in front of me speaking about RJ’s writings.

About the Author

     RJ Ledesma ( is a former Royal True Orange (RTO) commercial model way back in 80s I think, an actor, magazine editor for UNO magazine, newspaper columnist in Philippine Star, TV and event host, former brand manager for Ivory at Procter and Gamble Philippines, a real estate developer, a good husband to his beautiful wife and a good father to his daughter.  Yes, he has it all!

His Works

     After RJ’s first book “Lies My Yaya Should Have Told Me: An Imaginary Guide to Whine and Women” and his second book “I Do Or I Die: An Imaginary Guide to Getting Married and Other Man-Made Disasters”, now he launched his latest book “Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Me? RJ Ledesma’s Imaginary Guide to Flirting, Body Language and Pick-Up Artists” by Anvil Publishing.

     In his latest book, a compilation of humorous essays, RJ shares the five universal steps of flirting that women used to ensnare men, teaching men about body language, and reveals the secrets used by professional pick-up artists to make women do things that they will regret in the morning. 

    So, for single men out there in their 30s, it will really help you a lot.  You will never get bored reading this book because you will laugh from first page up to the last pages. 

     Thus, you will truly thank the author of the knowledge he imparted on you.  The next days, weeks or months, you will never be loveless for sure.  Just use his tips.  Okay! ;)

Friday, December 3, 2010

Miracle Machine

     Would you help in just one click?  Now there’s a simpler way to do something noble, something big, make someone happy and it takes only a click of a button. 

     Last November 24, my friend who is a blogger invited me to take part with Kraft Miracle Whip Event.  At first, I thought they’re just going to launch a new product but I was wrong.

     Kraft introduced Miracle Machine to whip up miracles outside the kitchen.  What do they mean with whipping up miracles outside the kitchen?  It’s all about making good things to happen with the help of people in the social networking field.

     Since, facebook is so popular nowadays and many of us are hooked with it, Kraft is setting the wheels of Miracle Machine in motion through  So that people will get to share this with their friends and their friends social network together in making miracles to happen for the less fortunate.

     They wish to whip up 12 miracles in 12 days through facebook in time for Christmas season.

     They partnered with the following foundations:

Kythe Foundation hopes to help Angelalyn Magalano, a 13-year-old angel who suffers from Nephoric Syndrome and psoriasis by making her wish come true of meeting a pilot and talk about flying.

Jamboree Mountaineers hopes to make the indigenous tribes’ Christmas in Wawa, Montalban merrier by trekking there and delivering food for Noche Buena.

Childhope Asia hopes to keep street children warm this Yuletide Season by providing them with new underwear and clothes.

Kaeskwela hopes to fill the empty libraries of public schools in far-flung areas in the country with educational books.

The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) hopes to find abandoned dogs and cats new families to take them in by making them adoption-ready through grooming.

Sagip Buhay and Philippine General Hospital hopes to provide medical assistance for those who don’t have the means and access to proper healthcare with new blood pressure devices and Thermoscan thermometers.

Firefly Brigade and Tiklop Society hopes to collect 10 bikes and bike safety gear for people in urban communities to help them get from one place to another faster and safer so the can be more productive in their work.

Tahanang Walang Hagdan hopes to give back to the 326 volunteers who have selflessly devoted their time to the organization by giving them gifts this Christmas.

Resources for the Blind hopes to record an audio storybook for blind children to bring them to the world of wonder and imagination.

Museo Pambata hopes to make 2,000 children happy this season by gifting them with pre-loved storybooks and toys.

St. Martin de Porres Charity Homes hopes to spread holiday cheer with a potluck party for the underprivileged kids under its care.

     These organizations need our help.  Let us spread the word and get involve with this project.  Who knows that someone in your network might help or support a specific cause?  Amazing, isn’t it?