Monday, August 8, 2011

7 Months: My 7 Links

Marx of marxtermind tagged me on this My 7 Links. The essence of this is to unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again. The blogger should be tagged or nominated to take part and he/she will publish 7 links for each category on his/her blog. I have been in the blogosphere for almost 7 months now and this is the first time that I was invited to join such project. So take a peek on my 7 links.


1. Most Beautiful PostWhatever happened to Bryan? 


It's one of those anecdotes that you just have to share and write about. For those who were asking, he's in Second Year right now. 



I am basing the "popularity" according to comments and emails I got regarding the said tour. Mr. Lawrence Chan, the Vice President of the Filipinas Stamp Collector's Club sent an invite (through e-mail) for the next tour which is set on September 18, 2011 (Sunday). For more inquiries just contact Mr. Chan - 0919.390.1671 or Mrs. Josie Cura - 735.5001.

3. Most Controversial Post - random photos: doggy back ride


Figure it out.

4. Most Helpful Post - Potipot Island


I still get a lot of queries about Potipot Island. I think this post helped a lot.

5. A Post Whose Success Surprised Me - CEBU: Hotel Sogo




Say "motel" to anyone and the reaction will all be the same. I dunno why but Filipinos tend to connote "motels" with sexy time. Due to this post, it somewhat changed the idea of others.

6. A Post I Feel Didn't Get the Attention it Deserved - Atulayan Island


It was my first attempt in "travel blogging" and my second post ever. I was actually inspired by the "hard-cores" travel bloggers to make my own blog. Although this is a personal blog, this post was the first thing that came into my mind during my first week of blogging

7. The Post I am Proud of - 15 Things I Learned about this School Year


I don't only teach for my students to learn; it's ironic how I learn more through my students. The teaching-learning process doesn't end with me teaching and them learning, sometimes, it's the other way around.


So here's the thing, I will tag other bloggers to participate in the My 7 Links;


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10 comments:

  1. yeah, I remember Bryan's story.. and im glad he finally passed!

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  2. hi chyng! ako I still check on Bryan kahit nalipat ako ng school...iba talaga ang impact nung batang yun sakin...

    I remembered my first ever comment, galing sayo, at dun talaga ako lalo na-inspire..thanks chyng!

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  3. Gusto ko ma-try ung FREE Postal Heritage Walking Tour

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  4. go marx! it's free...pa register ka muna:)

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  5. Hi there, what caught my attention while reading your blog was this: "She has the most amazing day job - being a public high school teacher." With today's condition of the public school system, I am happy to have stumbled upon a proud public school teacher's blog.

    Produkto ako ng public school system simula elementary(sa probinsya) at high school(sa Manila). At napakataas ng pagtingin at paghanga ko sa mga public school teacher. I am still in contact with my first grade teacher na naging guro ko about 30 years ago na :) Also, I'm keeping constant communication with other elementary and high school teachers na ang turing sa akin ay halos anak na nila.

    Saludo ako sa iyo, Ma'am! Will be visiting your blog as often as I can.

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  6. thanks nortehanon! i've seen your site and we all do have our own share of helping people in our own (walang little..hehe) way... saludo rin ako sa'yo!

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  7. haha! Sige, hayaan mo, I'll delete the "little" ;)

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  8. uy di pa pala ako huling huli sa 7 links project =P

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  9. yes!go gawa ka na ng sayo christian.can't wait for your post.;)

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