Blogging Updates, MassKara 2010 Photos and Some Reminders

Updated: September 29, 2014

Hi everyone. If you have noticed, my posts for this month have been a bit erratic.

I’ve been quite busy with a handful of opportunities lately which needed me to travel.

Just last week, I was in Bacolod to give a talk and of course, attend the MassKara Festival 2010.

In a couple of weeks, I’d be in Cagayan de Oro and then Iloilo towards the end of the month for the Visayas Blogging Summit 2010.

Moreover, I’ve also been having some issues with my webhosting which sometimes causes my blog to experience a few minutes of downtime.

No worries though for I’ve already upgraded my webhosting package and hopefully, it can now handle the influx of traffic during peak hours.

But just in case you encounter an error while browsing through my site, do inform me about it through email, or just leave a comment below so I can check and correct it – thanks!

And just in case you’re curious, I’m hosted at Dreamhost. They’re a great webhost and yes, that’s an affiliate link. πŸ˜›

Thus, I’d like to ask for everyone’s patience while I attend to some obligations in the next few weeks.

No, I’m not going on a blogging break – posts will still be published here, it’s just that it will be irregular. One week I’ll be posting two or three entries then none in the next… something like that. πŸ™‚

Anyway, I hope you’ve been enjoying the MassKara Festival 2010 photos in this post. Here’s a shout out to my Bacolod travelmates: Eric, Don, Audrey, Sinjin, Cathie, Cha, Mark and the rest of the Negros Bloggers – see you guys again soon! πŸ˜€

Lastly, the FREE stock market seminars are happening this week. One today and the other one in a couple of days.

Those attending today should have received their email reminders already, while those attending on October 28th will get theirs on or before Thursday.

I guess this is it for now… advanced Happy Halloween and wishing everyone more wealth and success. πŸ˜‰

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  1. @Ms. Eireen, the best way to get the mask is to go to Bacolod during the festival. They sell them at around P3,000. Less if you’re Pinoy, more if you’re a foreigner. Haha.

    And also, there’s a contest for these and the winning masks can cost a lot more.

  2. Sir Fitz, meron na kayong date para sa iloilo Dinagyang tour Mo? coz ill be in iloilo also for Dinagyang.

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