The New Normal: You are SAFE at The Manila Hotel

Just a day before the historic hotel’s founding anniversary, The Manila Hotel plans to partially open its doors to its valued guests, with the famed Café Ilang Ilang, the Lobby Lounge, and the Delicatessen resuming operations on July 3, 2020. A rebirth of sorts after months of following the government’s quarantine protocols, the hotel has... Continue Reading →

No Crisis Too Big for Mothers Day

Mom. It carries thought-provoking meaning now, more than ever. In this health crisis that we are facing as a nation, "Mom" could be a frontliner, an essential worker or a designated alay (colloquial term for the member of the family uses the barangay quarantine pass.) For most of us, it is still the very same... Continue Reading →

KKK: Kuya Kim X Kent!

Kent is a global competitor in research-driven water purifiers which results in products with cutting-edge technology. Their gravity-based water purifiers, in particular, are equipped with Superior Ultra Filtration (UF) Technology. This technology not only makes it possible for the gravity-based water purifiers to operate without electricity, but also, completely makes for a chemical-free purification. The... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Familyhood!

Without family, we are just drifters, because family gives us the directions and roadmap. At certain points in our lives, we may prioritise career or prestige; ultimately still going back to where, what and who matters. We may have big families or maybe just a family of two, or a family with children of special... Continue Reading →

With NOVUHAIR, Feel Like a Natural Woman!

At the turn of the millennium, the most significant change for women was inclusion into mainstream society as equals (to men) and empowered members of society.  It's no longer just legislation but practical application and enforcement of respect for the so-called "weaker sex" has created and developed some of the best women-achievers of this generation.... Continue Reading →

Jason: The Warrior Inside an Autist

My eldest son Jason graduated AB English from TIP in 2015. Most families with special children patted me in the back and congratulated, saying. "You did well, Mommy, but this is it, this is where to draw the line.." They said it like a death sentence and perhaps they meant well; autists, even high-functioning ones... Continue Reading →

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