Someone told me of a place where an individual can get documents for just about anything. The documents look exactly like the legitimate ones which can fool anybody who will not look closely very easily. I am reminded of that place because of a tenant verification process that a former colleague asked me to monitor for him. I am doing it as a return of a previous favor that he did for me. He is an owner of a rental house and a family of four is applying to become his tenants. The head of the family told him that he is willing to furnish all the necessary documents to back up the information he verbally gave to my former colleague, the landlord.
He would have accepted everything on face value alone had I not suggested that he verify all the documents the tenant will give him. He said that he doesn’t have the luxury of time to do so. I suggested Tenantify.
Tenantify is a free service for landlords wherein the company verifies a tenant’s employment or income status, or both. In this day and age wherein one can produce legitimate-looking documents off the internet, you don’t take anything on face value anymore. You need to dig deeper if you want to learn more about something. Tenantify will check the tenant’s information and will deliver the results to the landlord fast! A detailed report with add-on analysis will be provided to the landlord after which the tenant is expected to pay the small amount asked in exchange for the whole process.
Do not be fooled by fake documents. Remember that one can easily copy, edit, and print off the net whatever document one needs. Landlords, get Tenantify to verify whatever information a tenant gives you. Don’t just accept anything up front and regret it later.
I am craving for my mom’s spaghetti. The way she cooked it when she was still alive. Slightly spicy and sweet. My sister and I remember how she used to cook it but we couldn’t duplicate her spag. I think we’re missing an ingredient we just don’t know what it is.
I wish she’s still here to cook us her version of an Italian spaghetti.
The only thing predictable about life is its unpredictability.
One day you are doing so well, the next you may actually fall down. And vice versa. One day you can be down on your luck, the next day you are one of the two people who won the super lotto! hehehe
Happy Friday everyone!
…feelings like disappointment, embarrassment, irritation, resentment, anger, jealousy, and fear, instead of being bad news, are actually very clear moments that teach us where it is that we’re holding back. They teach us to perk up and lean in when we feel we’d rather collapse and back away. They’re like messengers that show us, with terrifying clarity, exactly where we’re stuck. This very moment is the perfect teacher, and, lucky for us, it’s with us wherever we are.
– Pema Chödrön
What we should worry about is when we stop feeling anymore!
That’s when life is over for us.
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My sister and I are doing our best to maintain the little girl’s silky hair. She has a lot of hair accessories and we love styling her hair with it. We use a mild shampoo on her meant for babies. That way her hair won’t suffer from the harsh chemicals inside shampoos for adults.
What shampoo do you use on your kid?
My sister’s boyfriend and his family went to Baguio City to attend a relative’s wedding last weekend. Of course, it wouldn’t be a complete Baguio trip without a stopover at Good Shepherd. He brought us some Ube, Peanut Brittle and Lengua de Gato.
I am snacking on the peanut brittle with an ice cold glass of water.