Dad needs help with his tie. Kuya needs his soccer uniform for the game. Ate needs her hair braided for the school play and bunso needs to study for exams. It's an ordinary day for Mom, and she's got everything covered.
But ordinary days sometimes demand extraordinary energy. Learn how to boost your energy and sustain it throughout the day from these Quaker Supermoms, the moms who have the power of oats on their side. With fiber, protein, and Beta Glucan, Quaker Oats is a bundle of healthy goodness that provides fuel and lasting energy for Mom to handle all the tasks on her to-do list.
These mom bloggers are ready to take on the challenge of powering their families, and they'll be sharing their progress every step of the way with their followers. Log on to www.quakeroats.ph to see how these Supermoms get closer to achieving their goals.
Jaymie Pizarro Jaymie is a mom of two, a graphic designer, and a baby sign language instructor. On top of that, her calendar is also filled with training and marathon events. Her blog, TheBullRunner.com, is so popular that Jaymie went on to publish a magazine of the same title. She definitely doesn’t run away from challenges—Jaymie has also started swim and bike training for triathlons.
“When Quaker Oats invited me to be a Quaker Supermom, I said ‘Yes!’ like a giddy school girl,” she shared as oatmeal has been “a breakfast staple” for her since she was in high school. She also squeezes in serious work like teaching her daughter how to bike and including training sessions in her kids’ already busy schedules. Since Ironman 70.3 Cebu is off her list, Jaymie and her kids now have all the time they need.
QUAKER GOAL: To swim, bike, and run more with my kids and train as a family.
Janice Villanueva To call her a supermom is quite apt as Janice is a mom of three and is also a mompreneur. In her blog, JaniceVillanueva.com, you’ll see that her businesses, such as Mommy Mundo and Mommy Matters, Inc. to name a few, champions motherhood. Through her blog and businesses, she also promotes her various advocacies: healthy pregnancies, breastfeeding, active parenting, and mompreneurship.
“Once a mom, always a mom,” Janice says, “and motherhood will always come with different kinds of challenges.” Her kids, two teen boys and a seven-year-old daughter, are eager to discover more about themselves and learn how they fit in the larger puzzle of life. With a new power source in the form of healthy oats, Janice will guide her kids in caring and nurturing their talents and use it to affect others and create positive change.
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QUAKER GOAL: To help my kids live more active and involved lives, affecting others positively.
Kris De Guzman When Quaker Oats asked Kris what she wants to accomplish with power energy from oats, she didn’t have to think long. She wants to have a healthy home with fresh, clean water, air, and energy, a healthy relationship with her hubby and two daughters, and to eat right and exercise consistently. The woman behind the blog, OCMomInManila.com, is a major germaphobe, so she’s on her way to t achieving her first goal.
The other goals might not be as easy as 1-2-3, though. Kris hasn’t had any sustained exercise since her eldest was born six years ago and she really enjoys fatty foods. But she’s confident: “My (triathlete) husband already has the healthy virus in his system. I just have to let myself get infected, spread it to our kids, and be OC about it in the right way.”
QUAKER GOAL: To create a new healthy living environment for my family.