Are We Moving?

Early this month, I mentioned our possible relocation (Here We Go Again...). So far, everything's going that way... no twists & turns this time, unlike before. Hubby got the contract already, and it has been signed. He already got all the documents required from their London office, we just need to apply for our visa.

I've warned my manager about this possible relocation (we were both wondering if I can be transferred to our office in London as well). We've announced it to our families in the Philippines as well. I've sold some of our extra furnitures that we are no longer using, like our old TV console and our old 2-seater sofa.

So, are we moving? Not sure yet. It's not final until we get our visas approved. *fingers crossed*

Let's wait and see...

Glee's Artie

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.

I was watching an episode of Glee yesterday. The episode's title is "Dream On". I love that episode because Neil Patrick Harris made a guest appearance. After watching him from the TV series How I Met Your Mother, it seems like he's always making a joke or something... and he makes me laugh (watch the TV series How I Met Your Mother if you don't know what I'm talking about). And if you don't watch Glee... you're missing a lot! :P

In that episode, Artie's dream is to be able to dance (Just in case you don't know who Artie is, he is a student and a member of the Glee Club who is paraplegic). When he was out on the mall with Tina, Tina went to get some pretzels and Artie can't come with her because it's on the second floor. Then while Tina's gone he imagined that he was dancing.

Thinking of Artie made me think of the convenience of equipments for the disabled. NMEDA, a non-profit organization, promotes safe driving and equipments for disabled people. They educate consumers to buy products from a NMEDA qualified dealer. Note that they do not sell anything, they just require members, the sellers/dealers of handicap vans/vehicles modified for disabled people, to adhere to the safety standards.

Other than the NMEDA Dealers, there's also the Quality Assurance Program dealers. The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. It is based on the principle that in order to satisfy customers consistently, companies must have a systematic and documented approach to quality.

Go to nmeda.org and on the homepage, hit the dealers locator and type in your ZIP code and see if there is a qualified dealer near you.

Visit my sponsor: NMEDA

Here We Go Again...

A few months ago, before I started working, hubby was offered to be transferred to their main office in the UK (read my previous post I Said Yes). That offer didn't push through for some reason, so I started working here.


Now... he was offered to be transferred again. This time we've filled up some forms.

This is an opportunity that's hard to say no to. But the thing is... the cost of living there is higher/more expensive. Would hubby's salary be enough to sustain us both, plus pay other expenses/payable we have in the Philippines?

What to do what to do?!?!?!

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