Think about your social life for a minute. What does it look like? How often do you see people outside of your family? What kind of interactions do you have with your barkada? You probably spend a significant amount of your time
Cherrie D. Atilano is the founder and CEO of AGREA.
For Cherrie D. Atilano, 32, farming has always been a part of her life. Her passion first took root during her years growing up in-and working on-a sugarcane farm in Negros Occidental.A scholar and working student, Cherrie went on
One girl confessed, 'The amount I spend on alcohol should just go to the bank.'
Sometimes it's hard to resist an invite to go out for drinks especially if it's the weekend or even better, payday. Us girls love to get our drink on. From craft beer to cocktail favorites, anything that guarantees us a
A common money problem we can all relate to: One day, you're great at being frugal and keeping a budget; the next day, your impulse purchase game is stronger. Constantly looking at how much you have in your bank account won'
Prepare to spend the next 36 minutes organizing *your* closet in your head.
Did you know that just like Kendall Jenner, fashion blogger Camille Co also has two closets? She has her main closet where she keeps all the things she uses frequently and another extended area that's still big enough for me
Dani Rodriguez on the truth about going zero waste.
When you think of the words "zero waste," what comes to mind? Most people write it off as a concept that's too hard-almost impossible-to live by, but that's probably because you're picturing an extreme
You're familiar with ghosting, but do you know about caspering?
Ghosting, benching, obligaswiping. There are about 1,000 ways it can go wrong with you and a new partner. Here's every dating trend you may not know about yet, and the terms you need to start using to survive 2018:
Video producer Shin Francisco talks about her camera collection.
How many times have you tried talking yourself out of a purchase only to walk out of a store with a brand new ~*baby*~ to add to your growing collection? When it comes to the things we're passionate about, we
Millennials are notorious for jumping from one job to another. Unlike the previous generations, staying with one company for 25 years just doesn't seem feasible (or even appealing) to us-even if it's the more stable or secure
One girl shared a photo of her grandparents taking a walk and BRB CRYING.
We millennials wail on and on when some guy doesn't reply to our texts or doesn't follow up a great first date-sucks, right? But just imagine if we had lived half a century earlier, when nobody had cell phones
Not all toxic friends are obvious Regina Georges who bully you nonstop. Some toxic BFFs talk exclusively about their problems when you hang out, or gossip about literally everyone in your friend group (a good indicator that yeah, they have absolutely said
Sometimes being an adult is hard. Read on for a list of shows to binge-watch for those days when you wake up in the morning and the struggle is just too real.Starring: Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann FahyMeet Jane, Kat,
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Our generation's work from anywhere mindset has got all these cafés stepping up their game for your creative pursuit. Here are a few favorites from our latest coffee crawl:Location: 16 United Street, Kapitolyo, Pasig CityIt's like the coffice
'I got tired of seeing her face. Too many selfies!'
It's one thing to unfollow trolls and people you don't really know online. But what if it's someone you actually hang out with in real life? We surveyed people to find out what made them unfollow friends and loved
Dear Millennials,You're doing a good job.It is easy to hate on you-I've done it myself on occasion-for being weak, for being sensitive, for being idealistic, but in truth, I'm glad that you're there.You
Dear Unemployed Millennial,You've been rejected by companies for about 10 times now, maybe more. You've fixed your resumé for more than 30 times-again, to no avail. And the rejection just sucks the life out of you. Why can'