Experience & Education
Working Experience and Education
I started to work in an outsourcing company in the Philippines way back 2001 as my second work and my work there
specializes in proof reading. I started as a data entry but as the days, months and years goes by, my role changed.
Today, I change course I might say; because I'm now a full-time caregiver for about sixteen years. I’m also a YouTuber
and I use my spare time doing vlogs that can help other people with their dilemma at some point. I also have a Facebook
Page, wherein I focused mainly on translating Tagalog (my native tongue) to English to Hebrew language on a written
And in addition to that, I’m starting to write articles for Filmora Wondershare and I feel that I’m on a cloud nine
because I always dreamed of becoming a journalist. That was my first choice of course way back on my college days, but I
ended up as a Computer Science Bachelor. This position gave me the opportunity to enhance my writing skills and even my
thinking capability with regards to the video editor itself.
I value flexibility, so as one of Filmora’s articler writer I aim hard to cover various topics. Topics that are of such
relevance to its users. How to become a Youtuber and Video Editing Software Review and How to use it? Are just two of my
recent topics that I covered so far. My interest in video editing dates back five years ago when I started to build my
YouTube Channel. Because of the vlogs that I’m making, my curiosity in editing arises and actually, that’s the best part
that I love the most being a content creator. And my first ever video editor was Filmora Go. And it’s a kind of a good
thing that I returned to its creator but now, in a much more user-friendly features that each and every video editor
would love to use.
I grew up in a beautiful island in the Philippines, but now currently working abroad in Israel to save money for the
future and to provide my family’s needs as well. I find motivation in my daily life here being as a caregiver, by doing
vlogs, having deep conversations with the people I love, spending time with them specially on the sea shore. And even
having a “me time” it definitely helps. I always say to myself, “life’s not easy but it’s good.”