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Pets can get stressed out from all the noise during New Year's eve.
With New Year's Eve just around the corner, it's important to keep our animal companions safe in this time of merry-making.Animal welfare group Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) and the EcoWaste Coalition have urged New Year revelers to
Because New Year’s resolutions are bound to fail.
According to a psychological study, 80 percent of New Year's resolutions fail by February. Statistic Brain backs this up by revealing that only 9.2 percent actually felt they were successful in achieving their resolutions in 2017.It starts with holiday
On New Year's Day, no less!
Vic Sotto's youngest daughter Paulina Sotto welcomed 2017 by getting married to her college sweetheart Jed Llanes! The artist and her fiancé, who got engaged in February 2016 after a year and a half of dating, celebrated New Year's Day
Low-key love? Not with social media (and kababayans) around!
Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson sure like to keep their love low-key, buuuut with social media around, that's next to impossible!The two, who rekindled their romance in 2016, were spotted spending the holidays over in California with close family
These stars show us the hottest way to ring in 2017.
Last year, a lot of our fave celebs welcomed 2016 in Japan's cold, snuggle-friendly weather. But the stars opted for a literal climate change this year, ditching their winter outfits for teeny tiny swimsuits. Check out the couples who spent
Each year in the Chinese zodiac cycle is represented by an animal. Find out which sign you are and what it means.
Match your year of birth to the animal sign listed below!RatYears: 1900, 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2010Characteristics: Witty, curious, resourceful, clever, kindCompatible with: Ox, Dragon, RabbitOxYears: 1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009,
Let it go, let it goooooooo. (You totally sang that one, didn't you?)
1. Let go of the awful memories you keep replaying in your head.Those painful recollections of heartbreak and humiliation are just memories-they don't exist in the now. Don't give them the power to affect your present by continuing
"New Year, new me!" STFU.
1. The one with the new profile picture.What better way to ring in the New Year than with a banging new look, presented to the world via a perfectly composed, expertly filtered profile pic? Let the Facebook "like" barrage begin! *fireworks*
FI-NAL-LY! After mooooonths of speculation (and denial), the two former lovers, Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo, have kissed and made up, and we have IG snaps as proof of their reconciliation!Both Jen and Dennis greeted 2016 with these couple
Having a bad year doesn't mean you have a bad life.
We can remember the years we've lived because they touched us. That touch could have bloomed into something beautiful, like having a new love, achieving that dream job, or creating a new home. But that touch can also hurt, scar, or
Time to let it go.
1. Putting off gym time. You want to look amazing in a bikini, right? Like, Coleen Garcia? Get on that elliptical machine and burn those calories! 2. Binging on junk food. Clean out your pantry and shop for healthier options in the
Make it YOUR year.
1. Work out regularly. Or at least twice or thrice a week. Seriously, it's totally doable! 2. Eat healthier. Minimize your fast food runs and bring baon to work, instead of eating out every day. 3. Let go of all the
Warning: These food photos will make you really, really hungry.
Crabcakes Get the recipe here! Sticky Rice with Mangoes and Sweet Coconut Sauce Get the recipe here! Panwich Burgers Get the recipe here! Mashed Potato Balls with Cheesy Centers Get the recipe here! Strawberry Pavlova Get the recipe here! Spinach Quiche Get
Sealed with a kiss at midnight!
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The glowing actress doesn't believe we need resolutions to change ourselves.
Many of us like to make promises to ourselves every New Year in the form of resolutions. Some of us like to challenge ourselves with big promises, while others prefer simpler, easily achievable ones. If you're the type who does the
How did you welcome 2012? If you're still in the mood for some New Year celebrations and nostalgia, plan a <i>barkada</i> movie marathon this weekend. Be sure to have these flicks on hand.
If you're determined to make 2012 your year or just want a feel-good fix to tide you over post-holiday season, we've lined up ten New Year-themed movies that are worth watching on the first week