According to a Pinay millennial.
Spain is one of the many European countries that has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The total death toll is over 22,000. But according to Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, the country is past the peak of the pandemic
A Filipina nurse shares her experience.
With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rising rapidly in the Philippines, our frontliners are working harder than ever to fight this global pandemic. But what's it really like when you have to deal with this problem on a daily
'It was difficult to convert those negative comments into motivation but I had to.'
Wow! Ang galing tumakas!
Whether it's something as small as skipping class to go on a food trip with friends or it's as intense as having outdoor sex, we've all probably done some sneaking around before. Honestly, these secret adventures are the funniest
I’ve always embraced how I look. It’s a part of me.
I've been living with psoriasis for 14 years now. I was first diagnosed when I was too young to be bothered by it, but the older I got, the harder it was to ignore.I was nine when my parents noticed
‘Every day, we learn from our students, too.’
Admittedly, teaching is one of the most underappreciated professions here in the Philippines. We owe a lot to our teachers. After all, they spend their days equipping us with knowledge that we use both inside and outside of school. Have you ever
'You get to grow every day in this industry.'
Building a career in real estate requires hard work, drive, and a whole lot of charm. If this is a field that you've always wanted to enter, then you're in luck because one Pinay shared what it's really like
Flo Francisco Reyes is a writer and director for TV, film, and live events.
As a TV writer, she's written for shows starring Marian Rivera and Solenn Heussaff. As a film writer, she's penned lines for Iñigo Pascual and Maris Racal. As an events director, she's directed your celebrity boyfriend, Alden Richards.
DJ Jessica Milner went blind in one eye after drinking gin with toxic levels of methanol.
I've always been a happy, bubbly person. I loved being with my friends, I loved going out, I loved eating and drinking, I loved traveling, I loved to laugh. And I loved my job-as a DJ, I got to play
Fashion is not as glamorous as everyone thinks.
At first glance, the world of fashion seems like a very glamorous industry. People on the outside assume it's all glam. But in reality, there's more to it than meets the eye. But what's it really like for
Sana all!
We've all fantasized about starring-or even becoming an extra-in a K-drama. Well, guess what? A Pinay named Cherish Maningat is living the dream because she actually snagged a role in the second season of Dr. Romantic!Dr.
Regina Evangelista is the co-founder and CEO of Mr. Outsource.
I'm Regina Evangelista, the co-founder and CEO of Mr. Outsource, Inc., a company based in Davao City that consults and facilitates with business owners in creating effective and efficient remote teams in the Philippines."Co-founder and CEO"-has a
'The Philippines is very diverse and that's what makes it beautiful.'
Nicole Marie del Rosario spent many summer vacations as a kid going on road trips to Baguio or Albay, where her grandmother lives. These early travels with her family stoked the fires of adventure inside her, so much so that by the
'Lip gloss + wind = 'yoko na po.'
Oh, long hair-to have it is both a blessing and a curse. We love it mainly because you can do a lot of ~*fun*~ hairstyles: ponytails, braids, buns, intricate up-dos-the world is our oyster! As for the disadvantages... well,
The Philippines is proving to be the home of world-class athletes!
The 30th Southeast Asian Games just kicked off on November 30 to much fanfare. So far, the Philippines is off to a great start, winning 22 gold medals on the first day of the SEA Games, four of which were won by
Cherrie D. Atilano's mission is to make farming sexy.
We first featured Cherrie D. Atilano earlier this year for her mission of "Making Farming Sexy"-encouraging young Filipinos, women especially, to go into farming like she has. But it wasn't just that catchy slogan that got us hooked.Cherrie's
'The only limits we have are the ones we set on ourselves.'
10 years ago, I was working as a volunteer nurse at a government hospital in Baguio. I was very active-always moving around, always traveling, was totally into sports. On a free day, I could go from swimming to kickboxing to playing
And it's one of the best things I've ever done for myself.
I wish there was a less cheesy reason for why I decided to travel solo, but my story starts like the plot of every rom-com cliché: I had my heart broken.I know how eye-roll inducing that is, but originally,
'I felt like my face was ruined.'
My great-grandmother had vitiligo-that condition which causes white patches to spread on the skin. I remember other kids I used to play with would stare at her whenever she walked by because of how her vitiligo was spread from head
She is a medical genetics resident based in Manhattan.
Christine Umandap, originally from Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, had long set her sights on New York-not just because of the countless opportunities the city offered a young doctor like her, but also because of the rich culture that colored its every
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