CONTACT ARIANE

For events hosting, writing, or voiceover inquiries, shoot me an email at:

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That’s arianeastorga[AT]gmail[DOT[com.

I would love to hear from you!

6 thoughts on “CONTACT ARIANE

  1. Mightor
    March 28, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    Hi,

    I hope you’d answer this fast. I heard recently that Philhealth changed its premium payments. I’m working at home as well like you and this is my first time this year to pay since the change.

    “Individually Paying Members (IPMs) earning an average monthly income of P25,000 and below pay P300 quarterly or P1,200 per year, while those earning above P25,000 pay P600 quarterly or P2,400 per year. Premium contributions may be paid quarterly, semi-annually and annually.”

    May I ask when did you visit PhilHealth to pay? It’s close to end of month and the 1st quarter of the year. I hope you can answer this question in time.

    Thanks!
    Mightor

    1. Ariane
      April 1, 2012 at 2:27 am

      Hi Mightor,

      I visited Philhealth last March 15, 2012. :) Hmm.. I checked Philhealth’s website and the prices/premiums look the same to me (http://www.philhealth.gov.ph/members/individually_paying/registration.html). May I know where you got the news about the raise? Thanks for dropping by!

      ~Ariane

  2. May 1, 2015 at 9:52 am

    Good day mam ask k ung magkano point if 10 persons kami ung lahat point ng babayaran namin…..nakita KO po kc ung ganda at links ng lugar no sa site na candidheadlines.com.may 15 point target naming.salamat po

    1. arcast
      May 5, 2015 at 5:08 am

      Hi Karren! Auto-correct ba yung POINT from PO? Hehe. :) Paki-ulit po ang iyong tanong. Medyo nalito po ako. :)

  3. Mia Ormillada
    July 27, 2017 at 6:25 am

    Hey Ariane! I love that you took so many photos of the coworking spaces. I work from home, but would one day like to be adventurous enough to join a coworking space. I’ve been working online for 2+ years and I love every minute of it.

    I don’t think I can afford a desk at the moment. Do you have any advice for how I could ask my boss to pay for it?

    I don’t know which one to start with. I run the outreach marketing for eCommerce.University and would love to meet other marketers. Which co-work space do you think would suit me best?

    1. July 31, 2017 at 5:54 am

      Hi Mia! Most of the coworking spaces offer per-use hourly or day rates. Like, just drop by anytime and pick a spot for the day. Just bring your laptop. :) That can be affordable if you don’t want to jump into booking something for an entire month or so. Maybe have your boss include that in your rate? Or if it’s been two years with the same client, it may be time to renegotiate your contract and adjust your pay rate. At the very least, say that you have to adjust for yearly inflation rates. :) If you’ve been doing a good job, I think your boss will be open to the idea of it because offshore/outsourced work is usually much cheaper still for them as opposed to getting local talents in their country.

      As for which one, it depends on your location. All of the coworking spaces I included facilitate various events and promote developing a community among their renters/customers/friends. Just make sure to join their mailing list or follow their social media pages. Launchpad Coworking for example holds events every Monday. :)

      Thanks for dropping by!

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