'There's always something deeper to a person, other than just their title.'
In 2013, Zahra Saldua was second runner-up in the Miss World Philippines beauty pageant. Five years later, she was crowned Miss Air Philippines 2018. After working as an events host for the Philippine Army for almost four years, she *officially* traded
Check out Erika Dizon Batty's recipes on her YouTube channel, Crazy Pantry.
Since the start of the pandemic, people have been trying their hand at all sorts of new hobbies. With so much time spent at home, cooking and baking are at the top of the list-we're sure you've
Ciab Canoy teaches preschoolers through online classes.
Pre-pandemic, teachers are undoubtedly some of the most underappreciated workers in our community, but now, with the rise of COVID-19, 2020 has brought about a new set of challenges. Some educators have had to take their classes online, to help
'Hindi mo kailangan ng maraming bagay to be happy.'
Just like most Pinays, Phoebe Leonor has always dreamed of going on adventures and traveling to as many places as she can. Her dream *officially* became a reality when she decided to go for a simpler and more sustainable lifestyle by living
Save these for your next sweat sesh!
Because of the quarantine, not only have we transformed a part of our homes into our personal work spaces, but for some of us, we've also alotted an area for working out. We totally get it, though. Setting fitness goals
'Yung decision-making ko ang tagal, but at the end of the day, it's still my profession.'
The COVID-19 pandemic has really taken a toll on the economy, leaving a huge number of Filipinos unemployed. According to reportr, in April 2020, the Philippine Statistics Authority measured unemployment at 17.7 percent-resulting in 7.3 million jobless adults.
Safety is a priority.
The pandemic has forced everyone all over the world to change how they live. For example, personal care establishments like barbershops and salons were once shut down during enhanced community quarantine. Their services pose a high risk of spreading and catching COVID-
Dennise Gallardo, a front office manager, currently stays at the hotel she works for.
Despite the negative effect of COVID-19 on the hospitality industry, you might be surprised to find out that a lot of hotels are still up and running-but with a lot more restrictions. And we couldn't help but wonder:
Meet Samantha Bachini-Chanco aka the woman behind Sam's Halaman.
There's no denying that the airline industry has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Samantha Patricia Bachini-Chanco, who works as a pilot, found herself with more time on her hands. What began as a casual fondness for
Catharine graduated with a bachelor's in Biology and a master's in Genetics.
In the past few months, we've seen several people exert efforts and help in the fight against COVID-19. Pinoy celebrities have raised funds, Pinay flight attendants have donated healthcare essentials to those in need, and of course, there are
The temptation to shop is REAL.
If there's one thing I've done a lot of while in quarantine, it's got to be online shopping. Nothing beats the feeling of ~retail therapy~ and ordering something you've been eyeing for so long,
You just have to go for it.
With everything that's happening in the world, it isn't easy to pursue your goals and chase after dreams. But if you absolutely want something, there are ways to make things happen, if you're determined enough to
Samantha Dizon gets candid about running her ethical clothing line.
We first spoke to Samantha Dizon back in April 2018, just six months after she launched her fashion social enterprise, Candid Clothing. The brand is all about giving back to the community by hiring unfairly paid garment makers in Taytay, Rizal. And
Rasbi, a student nurse, earns at least P100,000 a month.
Now that we're halfway through 2020, it's safe to say this year isn't going quite as planned. We've all had to adapt to our current situation, address the challenges it brings-both in our
'She had high hopes booting up for Ateneo as she was expecting to come in as a freshman this August.'
Another young talent succumbs to the deadly COVID-19. Yana Bautista, a football player from Miriam College and just committed to Ateneo, passed away on Wednesday. She was 17.Her sister, Philippine women's national football team stud Martie Bautista, announced
BRB, we're taking notes!
TikTok is truly a gift that keeps on giving. Whether it's easy recipes, styling hacks, or makeup tutorials, I learn something new every day. TBH, even crash courses on subjects you'd never expect to be on TikTok are
Some of her students are from Switzerland, Malaysia, and the United States!
A lot of activities have been put on hold since the start of the quarantine, and several of those fall under the events and entertainment industries. Concerts and shows are getting postponed, if not canceled, and some careers are also being affected.
'A shaved head is just a shaved head.'
If there's anything I've learned while scrolling through my feed over the last few months, it's that quarantine has given people the courage to cut, color, and style their own hair however they want. Speaking from
They gave food and hygiene kits to their kababayans.
COVID-19 has affected so many people, including Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) all over the world. Some have lost their jobs, while others lack the resources to make a proper meal. And because of travel restrictions, going back home to the Philippines
Get ~quarantoned~!
Because of the pandemic, it's probably going to take some time before we can all go back to the gym again. Luckily, we've got the internet to thank for online workout videos. There's Zumba, yoga, pilates,
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