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Samu't Sari

Author: Mimi Rjo Laurilla - Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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This show was born out of the host’s desire to connect with other women who may need “someone to talk to” around every day life’s issues and challenges, from managing career and household, to inner productivity, relationships and other current hot topics.
25 Episodes
In this episode, Mimi interviewed financial coach Jelyn Davies. This is part 1 of 2 episodes focusing on money matters. For this interview, the subject of the psychology of money was tackled, reasons why people can't save, and how to get started saving, especially for those who are living and working overseas.
In this episode, Mimi interviews Jet Ramos, a teacher, radio broadcaster and indie film actor who talks about his different professions and how he works within those different sectors. He also gives advice on how one can succeed in those career options.
In this episode, Mimi explains further some of the points discussed during the interview on Episode 25 with Mar Esparas. Mimi will talk about what to expect by a person who is thinking of moving to another country, especially the aspects they expect to make adjustments on including travel, accommodation budgeting etc
In this episode, Mimi talks to Mar Esparas President of the Order of the Knights of Rizal Charitable Trust in Wellingon New Zealand. Mar shares his experience moving to New Zealand, and how his lifestyle changed from bank manager to working in a different industry, and how leading an organisation that helps people who are in need.
How does a teacher manage her relationships with her students both on and offline? How does she manage the online teaching environment? Mimi chats with Sheila Nepomoceno Gabe who shares her insights on juggling the challenges of online teaching, how she enjoys her profession and how she maintains good relationships with her students.
In this episode, Mimi talks to a couple of multicultural women who are also international students in Australia. Find out if they share the same experiences as the Filipino women in our previous episodes.
This episode is part 2 of the international students’ interview. Here we discuss some of the challenges they faced in greater detail including strategies to overcome difficulties. Tina Tan Moya and Jamie Collado come back with another new guest, Leia Tadio.
Did you know that there are a lot of Filipino international students in Melbourne? We are interested to know what their life is like and how they cope with the challenges of living in a different country. In this episode Mimi Laurilla chats with 2 guests, Tina Tan Moya and Jamie Collado to learn more about their experience. This is part 1.
In this episode, Mimi Laurilla interviews a Filipino community local radio station host and announcer Donna Natividad who now lives in Winnipeg Canada. Donna shares her personal and professional journey working in the industry that she loves.
In this episode Mimi Laurilla shares 7 top tips to increase one’s chances of getting their applications approved to work or live in another country. This is a follow up episode on the NZ experience interview with Noel Bautista.
In this episode Mimi Laurilla interviews blogger Noel Bautista of Wellington NZ who shares his experience as a migrant worker. This episode also talks about the current situation in NZ around hiring migrant workers.
In this episode Mimi Laurilla talks about the 5 tips to effectively juggle work and home life. This is a follow up episode from the interview with Sydney Villegas.
In this episode, Mimi chats to Sydney Villegas, a busy mom who now lives in Hawaii. Sydney transitioned into a new career and discusses her strategies to managing a busy home and work life.
In this episode, Mimi invited Joey Quintana back to talk about online commenting and why people are doing it. It also talks about strategies on how we can deal with trolls and bashers online.
In this episode, Mimi’s guest Joey Quintana shares his experiences of looking after his dad who has alzheimer’s disease. He gives us tips on what we can do if we also have elderly parents who may have this condition.
In this episode Mimi and guest Fr Elmer Ibarra discusses how we can remain strong and optimistic using our faith to pull us through difficult times.
In this episode Mimi talks to Dr Gilbert Azuela from New Zealand to discuss about the use of sensory-based interventions to assist people in managing mental distress. This is a strategy that we can all use to be more in control of our mental state especially when we feel anxious.
This episode is part 2 of our interview with Mimi Ocampo, this time with her husband Pete. The couple shares to us some insights on how to maintain a strong and loving relationship, and how relationships can last even after getting past their Golden anniversary.
In this week’s episode, we interviewed a retired professor from UPLB Los Banos Philippines who has not stopped working after retirement. She is still busy with some consultancies, and is very active in the community through her hobbies, being a grandmother and a supportive wife. She tells us her tips on living a happy and a fulfilled life even in her 70s.
In this episode Mimi interviews Elly Villamor Ables, a Filipino laboratory researcher who has lived in New York City for a long time and talked about being behind the scenes in Covid research, life as a working mother, her other hobbies and pursuits to balance off her busy professional life.
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