Drew Arellano considers touring as “the most effective type of schooling.”
The host of Biyahe ni Drew is aware of this firsthand.
Serious about sons Primo and Leon, Drew says, “They’ll learn books, they will in all probability study from the lecturers, however what’s priceless, what’s golden is they really expertise totally different cultures firsthand, speaking to totally different folks from all walks of life.”
Because the two boys might be homeschooled, touring will be one of many stimulating methods Drew and spouse Iya Villania can educate their children.
The GMA-7 host says, “Feeling ko iyan ang magiging simpler, , persona growth for them.
“However , that is going to be sooner or later.”
TRAVELING FOR WORK
Drew is aware of how lucky he’s to have touring as a part of his work, however as a father, he feels extra lucky that work allows him to prioritize his family.
The daddy of two says, “My life revolved round that goal: How can I be a terrific father? Then I’ve to sacrifice a couple of issues.
“Work hours needs to be regulated. Different stuff, like, wala na iyong friendship time lalo na earlier than once I was nonetheless single. You possibly can nonetheless go on gimiks, and I can go away the home even at 7 p.m.
“For me, that’s not an choice proper now. I’ve to be dwelling by 7 p.m. So yeah, it sort of began with the target.
“I wanna be a terrific father, so I want to regulate all different facets in my life. That is the precedence and others come secondary.”
Again when Biyahe ni Drew was nonetheless being supplied to its titular host, Drew practically declined it.
He tells PEP.ph (Philippine Leisure Portal) in a February 2017 interview, “Initially, I did not need the job. I used to be working for Unang Hirit, the morning present, each single…