Showing posts from May, 2020

Facebook Messenger Rooms is now available!

We tested the new Facebook Messenger Rooms yesterday. I saw that it rolled out on my Facebook account so I invited some of my family and friends to try it. Rooms have no time limits and can host up to 50 people (I can now imagine the chaos of people talking at the same time!). You can also join even if you don't have a Facebook account. Just click the invite link and you're able to join. There were some issues for some users who don't update their Facebook Messenger app and browser compatibility. 1. "Create a Room" is located on Facebook account above my Stories 2. Create A room: Select room activity, Who is invited and time (you can set your own schedule) 3. Select your Room Activity: can be anything you want to describe your room like coffee break, hanging out, karaoke, get together and you can also custom your own activity. 4. Invite Specific friends - you can select you can enter your room or Skip if you want to send a link

My Quarantine Life Video

On our 50th day of self-quarantine and stay at home order in United States. I'm currently working from home and went outside 3x since March 15 when stay at home order was implemented. I've created a short video clip on my daily life and stuff that I did during those days. Nothing much to detail, more on eating! Just to remind everyone to continue practice social distancing, wash your hands, sanitize and call your health provider if you're not feeling well (don't go outside). I went to my doctor appointment on April and there were very strict when I called to schedule my visit. They asked first how are you feeling and some questions related to symptoms of Covid-19. They also asked if someone in the family is sick or if you have been exposed to someone who has been tested positive. When I entered the front entrance of the clinic, there were nurses standing by. I registered my name and they took my temperature. Upon entering the counter to check in, it took me like few

How to Start a Business Without Quitting Your Day Job

If you’re unhappy with your 9-to-5, you may be tempted to leave the workforce and pursue the path of entrepreneurship. No one can deny that being your own boss is an attractive idea! But quitting your day job and launching a business can be risky. What if things don’t work out? Fortunately, you don’t have to give up your full-time gig to start a business of your own—this is typically a bad idea anyway. Start with a side hustle and see where it takes you! Check out these tips for starting a business on a tight schedule and setting yourself up for scaleable growth in the future. Photo via Unsplash Build Your Side Hustle As you consider side hustle ideas, think of the things you love to do. Passion will give you the motivation you need to plug away at your side business during your time off from work. For example, if you love animals, starting a dog-sitting business can be a great way to make a living while dipping your toe in the business world. You could even board pets in