Reminders on Getting a Car for Work

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And so the time has come for you to seriously consider getting a car of your own for your work. Perhaps you are tired of commuting. You want privacy as you travel to and from work. Sharing a seat with a stranger no longer works for you. And you are tired of waiting for your ride. You want to just hop into your own car and drive away. So what now? How are you proceeding in purchasing your own car?

Here are some basic reminders that might just be helpful for you as you get yourself and your pocket ready to make that purchase:

Budget Matters. One of the very 1st things you need to consider as you prepare to purchase your car is your budget for it. How much are you willing to spend for it? How much money do you actually have? If you find yourself short in cash, will you be getting a loan? What are the payment terms for the loan and how will it impact your regular monthly budget and expenses? You need to carefully think through these things.

Preference and Need. Do you already have a specific car in mind? One you like because of its distinct features? Before you go all out for this car, think also if it will actually serve your need well. I think there is a difference in terms of what you prefer and what you need. For instance you may prefer a sedan but it may not be what you need if your work or business means lots of travel and bringing stocks and supplies with you. Perhaps what you need is a pickup truck. Now to help you make up your mind, you may need to do some research. This means visiting car shops and dealers and asking your friends who are familiar with the car you need. This can also mean finding more information online. You can find more car information, including prices and car reviews at

Right Timing. Just as there are seasons of the year when the timing is just right to go shopping for home or office items as a special sale is ongoing, it is also true when it comes to buying a car. A lot of car dealers, for instance, have a sale or special offers and discounts during the Christmas season or even during their shop or store anniversary. You can take advantage of these offers.

May it be that you find just the right car for you. And yes, don’t forget to drive safely 🙂

It’s True: Not All Who Wander are Lost

Are you unsure what to do next in your life? Or perhaps it’s not you but it’s your loved one or close friend who feels that way.

There maybe times when we are not so sure what step to take next after a career change, a relocation or a change of status. Or it could be that you sense that after a time of prayer, God is putting you in the waiting room.

Well then, perhaps this infograhic will bring a smile to your face or to your loved one or friend who sees it 🙂


Advertisements That Inspire

Maybe it’s because I worked with a couple of advertising agencies in the past that’s why I always pay attention to advertisements especially on TV and now on YouTube.

Now, these two advertisements of Coca-Cola really caught my attention and yes, touched my heart.

I have to give it to Coca-Cola for coming up with initiatives that help bring about positive change and give happiness to others. Through these advertisements, I am reminded how help is available out there and that wishes and dreams that may seem impossible do come true 🙂

Coca-Cola Wish Booth (Wish Upon a Coke)

Coca-Cola Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project
(OFW-Overseas Filipino Worker)

Never Too Late

Ever wonder if you can still start or try something new even when your age moves beyond 25 years old?

When one turns 25, one can face the quarter-life crisis. And when one reaches 35-39 years old, one can come face to face with mid-life crisis. This is when a person will begin considering that by this time (age) one should have gained major achievements in life. One might then start thinking that as one has come to this age or has even passed it, one can no longer start or try something new. But history, thankfully, tells us otherwise 🙂

Check out the infographic below and let it remind and inspire you that indeed it is never too late 🙂