If you've ever been to a tailor shop, then you've probably seen a bunch of leftover fabric scraps randomly lying around somewhere. In case you didn't know, in Filipino, these are what you call retaso. Most
'I don't think I will ever go back to using pads.'
Ever since I got my period, the only menstrual products I knew of (and actually tried) were sanitary napkins and tampons. For the longest time, I stuck with these products because 1) they're readily available in grocery stores and 2)
'Ang sarap nung feeling kasi kita mo na yung bundok, kita mo [pa] yung river.'
Ever since we featured this Pinay who fulfilled her dream to build and live in a container house, I got so curious about this ~unique~ kind of living. TBH, it's so cool how a shipping container can be transformed into
'I feel this great sense of achievement every time I look at my home.'
Ever since I started working in the shipping industry 15 years ago, it's always been my dream to live in a shipping container house. I kept seeing TV shows about container homes and I told myself that one day, I
The interest for a sustainable lifestyle has grown through the years. We've seen several fashion brands and online stores emerge in the market and provide eco-friendly products. We also got to hear from one Pinay who shared her experience
Sustainable living does not just involve using zero-waste objects like bamboo toothbrushes or steel straws. It has to be a holistic approach: The mind, body, and home should be nourished by things that are good for the Earth. You live with
'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