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    #MyGreenCDO – CDO Bloggers’ 2019 Social Media Campaign

    Just last month, CDO Bloggers Network just launched their 2019 Social Media Advocacy Campaign – #MyGreenCDO. This social media advocacy campaign is the second campaign CDO Bloggers had. The first one was #Come2CDO which encourages tourists to visit Cagayan de Oro. This time. #MyGreenCDO social media advocacy campaign hopes to recognize the small and big efforts done by every Kagay-anon (a person from Cagayan de Oro City) to have more greens in the city. And secondly, encourages every Kagag-anon and even businesses and establishments to plant more greeneries around. We all know that plants and trees give off oxygen. More greens equate to cleaner air. So, I am all into…

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    Going Pink for October 2018

    If you have noticed, aside from moving this blog from blogger.com to a self-hosted WordPress, my blog is now sporting a dominant pink color. Well, this is not actually a pink theme, but I changed the color as my way of supporting my long-running online advocacy in spreading Breast Cancer Awareness. Started as An Online Advocacy I started advocating awareness for breast cancer in October 2008 by going pink for October with my blogs. I saw this defunct website that asks people to promote “Pink for October” to everyone. They want to bring awareness to everyone about breast cancer and to raise money for research. Since I don’t have deep pockets, this is…

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    How My Green Living Journey Started

    We frequently hear about saving Mother Earth and doing what is right to have a clean and green environment. I can attest to this because I had. My earliest recollection was in high school. It was more on learning to know the right answers so you would be able to answer the test questions properly. It was nothing because I wanted to be a green living advocate. Not until 2009 that I was introduced to Earth Hour. I learned that turning the lights off for about an hour can make a difference. So, we did our family’s first Earth Hour. At dinner, I explained it to my kids (there were…