Since my last post about my vermicomposting business I got busy with planning again how to revive it. I am not giving up. I actually finished the processing of my business license. I alreadyreceived my business license and I am now legally into the business.
I am not really worrying since as I am now in the process of of starting over again, I can still sell vermicompost on a retail basis since I have accumulated five drums of stocks before the shock. In reality, my stocks of one kilo vermicompost is almost depleted, so I will start packing again this afternoon. I have also started to increase the population of my african nightcrawlers so as to start vermicomposting again. I did not stop preparing compost though as food for my worms.
Our group, supported by USC kapamilya Negosyo Na are still selling our items at Cebu Parkmall. I am selling my vermicompost there and my Special Naturally Fermented Coconut Vinegar in addition to my new products toasted garlic and hot chili chips/powder.
Yes, my friends were wondering why I am not posting anything yet. In addition to my processing my business license and raising african nightcrawlers and developing these new products, I was also busy with other projects. Before the Palm Sunday. I prepared my palms and prepared videos in how to make a palaspas.I will post it sometime later. I am also busy preparing my product brochure, developing my label and doing a zillion things for my family and myself.
I am not closing this blog this is a part of me. It just so happened that I feel there are other things that needs my attention. I just took a sabattical.
Also, I haven’t posted Fr. Nick’s gospel reflections for a while since his gospel reflections is now being printed in Manila Bulletin, a national daily newspaper. I still have to ask permisson from him.
Well, that’s all for now, got to go and prepare food . I need to bring my youngest son to school since I need to park my pick up where it is most convenient to sell our banana harvest.
You see, I also sell bananas once a week to make sure we get a better price for our banana harvest. We also sell coconuts at home. Hopefully, I’ll be able to to have more time to blog after my second son’s graduation from Maria Montessori International School this Sat, April 18, 2009. He is graduating with honors.