He said, “We all have to stop and smell the flowers. I make sure that once in a while I have a ‘me time’ kasi doon lang ako nakakapag-refresh ng isip ko. It’s your body’s way of telling you that it’s time to reap the fruits of your labor.”
He added, “I usually spend my ‘me time’ with my family at home. Sa bahay ako kumportable and it is there that I really feel that I’m the manager of my life.”
CitiGlobal Realty & Development, Inc. put up leisure properties strongly fit for OFWs as investment, whether as an extra property or for lease. It is projected that one can earn up to P35,000 a month through leasing which the company’s property manager can help facilitate.
Bossing Vic, vocal about his soft spot for OFWs, related, “I hope more efforts are placed on teaching them how to invest and not just save money. We can do this if we teach them how to make their money work for them.”