The Pahina Project- Race to Raise 2000 Notebooks to Donate to Publlic schools

Education has been taken for granted by many especially by the privileged. With the notion that a degree is useless, they skip school and try their hands on anything that let them earn money. Some thinks that it can not prepare them for life. There is pressure on each person to go to school and get a degree. The same goes for people who can't afford tuition fees. They rather help out their parents to get by each day and nix the idea of getting to school.


 The reality that most are not aware of is that the importance of education goes beyond getting a job or being looked up by the society. In addition, to get complete education doesn't only mean one can read or write but also to identify right from wrong and understand the world around him. Ultimately, one of things education provides is the capability to interpret things.

Certain companies such as Viviamo! Inc., makers of the Belle de Jour Power Planner and Navi: Your Life Navigator Journal believes that education empowers the future generation. Their advocacy-driven events is focused on helping out public school students in their quest for quality education. Hence the creation of our newest product, The BDJ Advocacy Notebooks. These notebooks are not only made of quality materials but were also minimally designed to encourage artistry in our students.


We can give the gift of hope and encouragement to these children by showing your support in The Pahina Project which aims to raise 2000 notebooks to selected public schools. whenever you buy notebook, Viviamo! Inc will donate one. You can also avail the following packages on  https://ilovebdj.com/the-pahina-project/.


Buy 1 Donate 1 for P100
Buy and Donate 2 for P100
Buy and Donate 10 for P500
Quality notebooks for quality education, for a vibrant future. Be part of the race.





BDJ Rendezvous: Women in Action encourage women to reach their productivity goals




Viviamo! Inc., makers of the Belle de Jour Power Planner and Navi: Your Life Navigator Journal,
organized its first BDJ Rendezvous for the year entitled ‘Women in Action last April 21st. This year's theme aimed to continue to empower women to reach their productivity goals.
in its continued commitment to encourage women to reach their productivity goals.


BDJ Rendezvous is the community’s on-ground effort to connect and inspire Bellas through a
series of inspiring talks and sessions. For this year, Women in Action aimed to help women to
be productive, purposeful and active during summer and beyond.

Hosted by vlogger and professional makeup artist Genzel Habab, the event brought together
women from different ages in an afternoon of fun and learning at the 2nd level of The Podium.
Guests were treated to four engaging talks from distinct individuals who shared their
knowledge and expertise about health, wellness, and creative hobbies that they can pursue.


Calligrapher Nicole Sanchez shared her humble beginnings, inspirations, and taught the basics
of Calligraphy. Bellas were provided with starter brush pens and worksheets where they tried
their hand in calligraphy. Patricia Mirasol, on the other hand, stressed the importance of
changing one’s mindset to achieve his/her health and fitness goals.

Business and fitness enthusiast Carla Piscoso related how she once battled with insecurities and
low self-esteem back then. She then encouraged Bellas that in order to feel confident about
how they look and feel, they should first start with themselves.

“It all starts with you,”shared Patricia Mirasol. “The first person that can help you feel and look good is yourself. When youlook in the mirror, don’t pinpoint your flaws. Look at yourself and say I am beautiful.”

Lastly, photographer and makeup artist Gorvachev Bernardo discussed about his tips andtechniques about basic photography, photo editing and ways to achieve visually appealing photos using a smartphone.

Bellas learned that in order to achieve feed goals, they should notoverly edit their photos and refrain from zooming in to retain the photos’ quality.Apart from the series of talks, bellas also enjoyed games that challenged their creativity,collaboration and communication. They were also given a great deal of prizes from both theraffles and games.



BDJ Rendezvous was made possible by its generous sponsors, such as Biore, Browhaus,Cinnabon , Elle, Goldilocks, KitchenAid, MegRhythm, Mystery Manila, Strip Manila, Serenitea,
Style Genie and Zenutrients.

Brand partners included Ace Water Spa, Californila, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®, Celeteque,
Chef Tony, Coleman, Cupcakes by Sonja, Delicious Diet, Don Henricos, Fi tness Gourmet, Flawless,  Frankie’s, Happy Skin, Le Garb, Lipault, McDonald’s, Nono’s, Oster, Parisian, PotatoCorners, RedBox, Revlon, Scribe, Subic Grand Seas, Wacoal and Wingstop.Inquirer Pop, Woman.ph and Wheninmanila.com also served as the event’s media partners.

For more information about the Belle De Jour community, visit ilovebdj.com or check out BDJ’s
official Facebook and Instagram pages @BDJBuzz. You can also join in the community’s special
groups for exclusive announcements and perks @thebellatribe and @bdjplanwithme.