Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Taiwan Excellence Mothers Know Best

*This is a sponsored post.

I'm quite excited about my newest blog assignment to write a post on the Taiwan Excellence Mothers Know Best campaign because I can totally relate. If this is the first time you're hearing about Taiwan Excellence you can read my post on that here.

I can relate because aside from being a Mom (and a Single Working Mom at that, so can you just imagine how many little things and big tasks I need to juggle), I've always had a KIA personality or what we refer to in my mom's side of the family as Know-It-All.

This is me with my equally KIA daughter Sofia.
Picture taken at Yehliu Geopark in Taiwan,
(read post here) so it's within the theme of my post.

I really love how Taiwan Excellence makes it personally easy for me to fulfill the many responsibilities I have as a mom, by providing products with the "Taiwan Excellence Seal".  I know, that if buy anything with their stamp of approval, I am using products that have been tested to give us an "excellent lifestyle", thus helping me be a better multitasking know it all mom.

To date, the campaign carries 56 different brands for home and living, sports, transportation, and personal care. For the home, there are water ionizers, home appliances, cookware, bathroom and sanitary ware products from brand like HCG, Tatung, TECO and Cashido. For electronic needs, there are laptops, USBs, routers from Acer, ASUS, Transcend, MSI. To keep the family healthy, the campaign carries brands that offer foldable bikes, fitness gear and health care products such as Strida, Microlife, and Thermedic. 

They have a variety of brands which brings us moms several options for phones and tablets, a necessity I can no longer live without because it helps me organize everything I need to do - blogging included. hahaha.

In the Philippines, the Taiwan Excellence Campaign is endorsed by Iya Villania-Arellano, a local celebrity. The Taiwan Excellence campaign is organized by Bureau of Foreign Trade of Taiwan (BOFT), and implemented by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), a non-profit, semi-governmental trade promotion organization in Taiwan.

Don't think that only expensive techie gadgets have the Taiwan Excellence seal, because that's not true. They have different brands and items, across different categories that can help us make our lives easier, including the Acne Patch pictured above. Nobody says you can't look good while doing your best to be a good mom.  just saying.

You can visit and for more information.

*everything in this font was quoted directly from the Press Kit

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