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Pinays share what 2020 has taught them about self-care, strength, and more.
With only a few days left in 2020, I'm sure we can all agree that we just can't wait for this year to be over. We've all gone through a lot, and honestly, hitting that imaginary ~refresh~ button in
Ganda mo, girl!
Good news: Everyone can have a glow up and some steps don't even have to involve buying anything expensive. We have to be honest that it wouldn't hurt if you treat yourself a bit, but we would like
An open letter to folks who work in social media.
Social media can be overwhelming sometimes, and it can affect our mental health. The easiest advice to give is to quit it entirely or take a break from it. This could be easy for some, but what if their job involves being
Be motivated every day.
There are days when we doubt ourselves or when we forget that we've got so much to offer in this world. And what better way to remind ourselves that we can rise through the challenges and chase our dreams with
Ah, self-care.
Don't beat yourself up the next time you end up in a YouTube hole of cute animal videos. Because that counts are taking care of your health, apparently. We're serious, too. A bunch of researchers have found that
'I had to accept that my body had certain limitations now that won’t allow me to do, eat, or enjoy things I used to before.'
I've known Dianne Sibal since we were in grade school. Although we didn't hang out that often, we would always catch up through chat or sometimes meet for dinner with Paula, her best friend. When I received the
'It's okay to prioritize myself. I shouldn't feel guilty.'
Growing up, I really did not think about what I wanted. I always went through the motions. Whatever I saw my classmates owned or were enjoying, I would like, too. Back then, I thought it was just me behaving like a normal
Don't forget to wear your face mask!
With physical distancing being one of the main safety measures against transmission of COVID-19, the presence of open spaces in our congested cities is a welcome respite. Thankfully, a handful of public parks have remained; and for those who really want
Monday: It doesn't have to be the worst.
At the beginning of the pandemic, I foolishly thought, hey, now that I'm working from home and no longer have to commute to the office, maybe Mondays wouldn't feel as shitty. Instead of dragging my feet to the
Light some candles, put on a face mask, and let your worries melt away.
Got a bad case of cabin fever? The restlessness and claustrophobia caused by spending days on end stuck in the same place can be difficult to overcome, especially when changing scenery isn't an option. Instead, we suggest trying to make
It’s literally the best excuse to buy yourself flowers and chocolates.
Real talk: Being single on Valentine's Day can seem like the absolute worst sometimes. We're not here to tell you that it's NBD, because if you're freshly single and remembering all the cute stuff you used to do
Self-care starts with rest.
I've recently gotten sick. I was down with an awful case of tonsilitis resulting in me having a fabulous fever of 39.6°C degrees and throwing up almost everything that I ate. That being said, I obviously couldn'
It's often related to extreme work stress.
Being burned out felt like paddling against the current," says Tasmin, 26. "No matter how hard I tried, I wasn't getting anywhere and utlimately, it left me feeling exhausted. I was drained physically, emotionally and mentally and lost motivation for
'I needed to gift myself time and space and rediscover who I really am and who I want to be.'
By now, you've probably seen Julia Barretto's stunning photos in Mexico and Cuba. She was supposed to be on vacation for two weeks, but she cut her trip short because of homesickness.The actress recently revealed that her trip was
Because you deserve it.
Feeling stressed out lately or like you just *can't* with the world? We've got you! Whenever you're feeling down on yourself, just go out and splurge on one of these pricey beauty products that are worth
Yassss.
While Queer Eye's first season was focused on giving men advice on fashion, grooming, interior design, food, and culture, Jonathan Van Ness' beauty tips are actually helpful even for women (like me) watching the show.To tide myself over
The Cosmo.ph team focused on being ~*extra*~ good to ourselves. ;)
We've written about self-love a lot on Cosmo.ph, but do you know about "self-care"? When you think of "self-care," what immediately comes to mind? Self-care is essentially the act of taking care of yourself-physically,
It's time to focus on the most important person in your life—yourself!
I'm a firm believer of self-care. I remember the time when I was on the verge of breaking down-I was tired, demotivated, and unconfident. I was burnt-out, and I really needed to chill! I realized that I&#