Thanks to Viloria, through Trissie, we can now schedule our Christmas shopping spree. The whole schedule is here.
1. a wireless mouse
2. a WiFi account
4. a shirt with your blog URL as text
5. seed money to open a USD savings account
6. extra battery for laptop
8. Bluetooth headset
9. Microphone for podcasting, preferably this brand
8 replies on “Philippine Christmas Bazaar Schedule”
I want #6!
One for a PowerBook G3 Pismo. One for a Compaq V2000. Oh, and can someone gift me with a Globe Visibility one year subscription?
those are wonderful gift ideas. I will show these to my husband, hahah how romantic. He was planning to buy me jewelry or perfume.
#1 is a nice gift that will work for everyone. =)
razer gaming mouse…dont frag without it. since i already have that, prob a dual core setup or a dual core notebook. or just the ps3 and a wii lol
so we should organize a blogger christmas parteh! 😀
exchange gifts anyone?
Sige, dapat Christmas party! Exchange adsense checks! Hahaha.
Tip No# 1 for Bazaaristas: Never ever fall prey to other opportunist bazaaristaâ€™s tricks.
This summer I joined a bazzar for the very first time. I met a fellow bazaarista who showed an interest in my items and showered me with friendliness and false promises. She volunteered to sell my items in a consignment basis. I was hesitant at first but I gave in. She seemed like an honest and reliable person, very friendly and amiable. A month has now passed and have yet to see a single cent. I called and texted her to remind her of the payment but her replies became few and unfriendly. I have now reconciled with the fact that Iam never getting my items back nor my money. It was such a stupid decision to trust a complete stranger. So never ever at any point be a victim to these bazaaristaâ€™s. if someone wants your items make them pay in full. Pay or no dealâ€¦thatâ€™s what you tell them. And by the way she interviewed my tindera first so also remind your tinderas to be vigilant and never to give anything awayâ€¦..like where you buy stuff etc etcâ€¦ the important things. You can never believe how many evil opportunist are lurking in bazaars.
hi lexi, im so sorry to hear that. well better late than never right?