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Businesses Boom Online

The pandemic has affected the lives of many people economically. However, we cannot deny the fact that this phenomenon has taught us to be resilient. Many of those left unemployed due to lockdown become businesspeople of sort. They sell anything of value through the Internet to provide for their family. Those who sell online somehow become job providers as well by encouraging others to become reseller or start their own business however small.

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Everyone is seizing the value or strength of the Internet. Big businesses are making large profit selling their products online. With several occasions and events coming in a couple of months, one can make reservations ahead of time.

As early as September, people in this side of the continent are putting up their Christmas decorations filling up their house with all sorts of adornment they could find. However, the religious ones will never forget to commemorate the dearly departed loved ones every first of November. This year will be different from the past years celebration because of the pandemic and crowding is not allowed in cemeteries. We can pay our respects at home and have the candles and flowers delivered at our doorsteps.

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If you are the kind to prefer flowers on a budget there is NJ flower delivery to call. You can visit their website and check on affordable flower arrangements. You may get the best term and have the products delivered when you need them. 

By the way, englewood new jersey flower delivery also offers flower arrangements for any occasions. It’s a good feeling to receive some flowers in times like this, don’t you think.

Simbang Gabi


Did you wake up early today to catch the traditional Simbang Gabi (Misa de Gallo or Rooster’s Mass)?

Today (December 16) marks the beginning of the nine-day mass observed by the Catholic faith in the Philippines (and elsewhere worldwide).

It’s a popular belief that by completing the nine-day mass, which ends on December 24, one will be able to fulfill his/her prayer. You can pray for goodwill, good health, prosperity, or just about anything even material things like gps tracking for trucks. But don’t expect for a miracle to happen instantly because you still have to work hard for the things that you wish or pray for.

What is it that you want to achieve this year?