• mom-shaming-taste-company

    Mom Shaming: Why It Has to Stop

    September 24, 2018 8:00 am by Katrina Castaneda

    Parenting style differs from one mom to another. It’s easy for us to judge – from their looks, their decisions and the way they treat their kids. And because we don’t really know what they are going through in their daily lives, we should avoid judging or mom shaming different […]

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    #ForMindanao Peace Educators in Lanao Del Sur

    September 15, 2018 8:00 am by Marky Ramone Go

    After a couple of hours of land travel from Marawi, I was jolted from my sleep. Just as our van was passing a Mosque riddled with bullets. “We’re almost here”, I heard someone from our van exclaim. A few seconds later, we arrived at a public school where a group […]

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    Yaya as Teachers

    August 19, 2018 7:00 pm by Katrina Castaneda

    Good help are rare to find nowadays. And it’s even harder to find someone who will give the love and care you want for your child while you are away. If you already have a trusted one at home, we give you the basics on how to encourage your caregiver […]

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    Black Pencil Project Celebrates 10 Years of Sheer Volunteerism with TBP

    August 18, 2018 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

    I was sitting at the top of a 4×4 engine powered jeepney regaling at the spectacular landscape of Ifugao, when we suddenly came into a halt. A roar of the engine gave it a kick inching a few inches forward. Then followed by a complete standstill. We were ordered to […]

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    How Rainy Days Affect Your Mood

    July 23, 2018 7:00 pm by Vicki Abary

    Photo by Markus Spiske from Pexels Are you one of those who feel the blues as soon as it starts to pour? It turns out, you aren’t alone. Scientifically called Seasonal Affective Disorder  (SAD), it’s a type of depression that’s related to when seasons change, most usually during rainy season […]

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    Flood Safety Tips and Home Preps

    July 4, 2018 8:00 am by Cat Lo

    When you’re living in the congested streets of the bustling Metro, flood damage during the rainy season is inevitable. You might not be able to control the weather—much less how quickly the terrifying flood waters can rise in a matter of minutes—but you can prepare yourself and your family for […]

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    Celebrating Different Types of Dads for Father’s Day

    June 17, 2018 6:00 am by Katrina Castaneda

    Photo courtesy of pexels.com Fatherhood has its own bumps and bruises, trials and (much) error and a lot of criticisms on their chosen parenting styles. This Father’s Day, we’ve chosen some dads to share their unique stories-their strengths and weaknesses as Dads, the challenges and the victories they’ve gone through […]

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    5 Ways to Deal with Bullies

    June 10, 2018 7:00 pm by Katrina Castaneda

    photo courtesy of pexels.com We’ve always pictured a bully as the big one in class who consistently pranks and picks on the timid ones during their grade school years. Not anymore. It has come to parents’ attention that their children are being bullied as early as preschool days. Look out […]

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    What To Do When You Lose Your Phone

    May 11, 2018 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    One of the most horrifying experiences that can happen to you while travelling or even in your everyday life is losing your mobile phone.  This article will talk about just that and being the optimist that I am, I was able to see the good out of the experience, but I’m […]

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    Why Filipinos Love “HUGOT”

    February 25, 2018 7:00 pm by Cat Lo

    You’ve seen it all before—from cheesy pickup lines made into viral memes to heartbreaking quotes from melancholy movies. The so-called hugot culture is rampant in Philippine society, made even more so now that viral trends and memes can be shared and passed on virtually anywhere and to anyone. While “hugot” […]