Comments or questions are welcome.
MomsterTeacher–although a personal online diary–is a PR-friendly blog. 🙂 I accept advertorials and paid posts, but only if I believe in the brand (yes, every blogger says this, but I really mean it. After all, blogging is just my hobby, and I don’t consider this as an income source), or if I’m passionate about the topic/advocacy.
As a mom and teacher, the things I love to write about include:
- Early Childhood Education
- Play-based Learning
- School Entrance Exams
- Rearing and taking care of babies/toddlers
- Parenting and disciplining children
- Children’s nutrition
- Products for young children
- Clothes for young boys
- Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
- Children’s parties
- Family getaways
And even though I’m far from being Martha Stewart, I am still very interested in:
- Home improvement
- DIY projects and crafts
- Cooking and baking
- Appliances and furniture
As a wife and woman, I find so much joy in sharing things that tackle:
- Fashion! And I mean REAL, WEARABLE fashion for women
- Keeping the flame alive 😉
- Food & restaurants
- Beauty products and services
- Gift ideas
When inspiration hits me, I also write about my faith: that Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins. And the road to going to heaven is not good deeds, but accepting the wonderful gift that God bestowed upon us. Good deeds are NOT the road–they are merely things you pick up if you’re really on the road to heaven. 🙂
Things I would never consider supporting include anything connected to smoking, gambling, illegal drugs, and counterfeits (bag, shoes, cosmetics, accessories). And although I am for sustainable development (having Minored in Environmental Science and worked as a Media Officer of Tanggol Kalikasan), I am very much pro-GMO. My mom is a geneticist/scientist working on GMO, and I choose to believe in her and her collogues’s research rather than fear mongering people who seem to think that pesticides are a better alternative.
I love attending events and product launches, but since I live far from Metro Manila and I am very hands-on in our family businesses, I am quite selective of the events I attend. Attending events means spending on toll and gas and a driver, and time away from my family and work. So I usually only attend events when I am free and where my son is also welcome, and if the host or PR in-charge is nice and responds to queries in a timely manner. Unless of course we talking about paid posts where my expenses and efforts would be appropriately compensated.
Invitations to hotel staycations are very much welcome (and craved for!), because my son is addicted to hotels! Ditto with dining places where my family and I would be able to taste their most delectable dishes!
I apologize if I sound like a snob or a “feeling sikat” blogger, but I just want to be honest. Beyond these restrictions and disclaimers, please know that I am actually nice and I do not act like a prima donna on events I get invited to. 🙂 I also try my very best to personalize sponsored posts and make them sound interesting.
See you around!