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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

What is Inside The Mind Of An OFW When They Decided To Work Overseas


Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves.
We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.

Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better life or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter somehow.

Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. They will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal. 
Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.

Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance.
Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.
Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife. 
Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family.
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Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.
Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.
Every Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) has their own plans and dreams before they even step on board the plane that will take them to their host countries. In fact, they already have it in their mind from the very start of finding an overseas job. It is echoing inside their head while they are on their seats waiting for their turn on their interview or while inside a cab going  to their recruitment agencies. It could be a plan for he family , for their kids or simply for themselves. We made a survey on what is really inside the mind of an OFW before they actually decided to leave the country and work abroad.   Unsurprisingly, most of them did it for their family. They want to earn so that they can be able to help their parents, siblings, etc. They want to give them a better live or somehow relieve them of their difficulties in life. It is also a way to prove themselves to others. That they can do something significant. That they can matter.   Of course, being able to have a house and lot that they could call their own, a decent abode for their family, would be on the top of the list. To earn and save for the future, to send their kids to school until they finish college, that's what every parent  want for their children. Some OFWs would tell themselves that they will work abroad for a certain period, one contract for example, and then they will stay home for good, but, more often than not, they never live up to this plan. they will finish the first contract and realize that they did not saved enough and then go for another, until they realized that they have already spent a few years and still missed their goal.   Most OFWs belong to poor families. Being raised in a family who struggles a lot for their daily needs forged them into a hard hitting fighter. The most common reason why a lot of them do everything to go abroad for work is a motivation that they have earned as they grow. "My family is poor and I don't want my children to experience the struggles and difficulties we went through." No motivation will keep you up and fighting other than this.   And as they grow up, there is something in their head telling them that if only they could work abroad, they will get rid of this poverty and they can give their family a taste of an abundant living. Buying what they need, eating more than three times a day, striding away from the shadow of poverty into a life of abundance. Every OFW who works overseas has the burden of lifting their loved once from the swamp of helplessness. It is not only for themselves but for the ones they love. They know that it will not be easy, yes, but no tests could be harder for them than the feeling of  being poor , and they don't want it anymore.  It is somehow frustrating if your plan does not go as expected just like many OFWs had experienced but it is not the end of the line. Filipinos being resourceful and diligent, they can always do a diversion. The sad truth is that, no matter how you hold on, there are consequences of being away with your family. The damage being made by distance could be catastrophic. It could be between parents and children or husband and wife.   Every OFWs strength rely on their faith in God. Their foremost adversary is homesickness.  Bring it all on! An OFW will still stand. They could conquer anything for the love of their family. Sponsored Links   Some significant number among OFWs are single moms who are trying to prove that they can give their kids a good future even without the help of a partner. As their salary in the country is inadequate to sustain their living, they resort to working overseas leaving their kids behind. Being a single parent is difficult as it is, even made more difficult of being miles away.  With strong determination and faith, many OFWs succeed. They could have been through failures but nothing is more rewarding than seeing each of your dream unfold before your eyes. Everything falls in their right places and its time for you to go back home for good with your loving family.  Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.  However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs. should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW, spend wisely and save for your future. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE} Advertisement Read more:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Some comments are surprisingly funny. There are some of them who only think about being able to finally ride a plane, to have an adventure, or simply experience the winter. A comment said she was dreaming about having an American husband, another one considered it as a suicide and a guy who was worried about the plane crashing on his first flight.

However, every OFWs or those who are planning to be OFWs should have a plan. Always bear in mind that working abroad is not forever and labor migration is always uncertain. You should plan your return as early as your first day as an OFW. Spend wisely and save for your future. Being financially smart can benefit you and your family. When you suddenly need to go home, you will not come empty handed.



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