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    Where to Eat: Estancia Mall

    If you are out in Capitol Commons, be sure to check out the posh Estancia Mall. It has a luxurious yet laid back vibe perfect for bonding with friends and family. It is dog-friendly too, so those of you with fur babies can bring your pets for a walk while […]

    Karla Ramos July 21, 2017
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    Papershoot PH: Paper Cameras with Personality

    In the age of Instagram, where GoPros, Phantom drones, and 20-megapixel phone cameras take hi-res photos, and mirrorless cameras with capabilities that rival the heftiest DSLR, it’s hard to be a standout with such stiff competition. But along comes this paper camera, armed with lightweight (not to mention, environment friendly) […]

    Gabriella Galvez July 25, 2017
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    Finding A Place For Pineapple (Ind) the Big Apple

    Ryan Letada, co-founder of Next Day Better, taking the Pineapple Ind barong to the streets of New York “Pen pineapple, apple pen…” You may hate this song or (secretly) like it. You may hate pineapple chunks in your pizza (or burger) or love it. Whichever side you choose, one thing is […]

    Eunice Guzon July 5, 2017
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    Five Things You Missed Out on Star Cruises

    Photo from Life in Technicolor From March to May of this year, SuperStar Virgo (SSV) made Manila their homeport for the first time ever! Passengers embarked on a true Asian experience as they cruised from Manila to Laoag, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong, and back to Manila for six days and five […]

    Bettina Bacani June 29, 2017
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    NAWA PH: T’boli Jewelry For a Cause

    For fashion connoisseurs, it is difficult to find a place where you can buy indigenous-inspired accessories that can both be locally-produced, nice looking, and uplift the indigenous people. Nawa PH proves that it doesn’t have to be tricky as they are one of the few local jewelry stores who manage […]

    Karla Ramos June 15, 2017
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    Ylla Shoes: Wear Your Pride

    Thousands of products in which we can call ‘ours’ embarked with the touch of being a Filipino, are already making the noise in the market, but let me introduce you to one brand that went all the way in making sure that their products not only resemble the “Filipino way” […]

    Karla Ramos March 31, 2017
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    10 Simple Everyday Wellness Habits You Need To Start Doing Now

    September 24, 2017 7:00 pm by Cat Lo

    Let’s face it—adulting is extremely difficult. Gone were the days when we could just live carefree lives, stay up late all night, or munch on as much pizza as we can without a care in the world. When we’re dealing with work, relationships, and the real world in general, it’s […]

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    Customize Your Gifts This Season

    September 24, 2017 10:00 am by Vicki Abary

    Every year without fail, a couple I know gives all their friends a set of personalized notecards for Christmas – myself included. And each Christmas, no matter what else I may receive, I am truly grateful for those notecards because not only do they replace the cards I had been […]

  • Romblon: Running on Nature

    September 21, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    Romblon’s primary claim to fame may be its booming marble industry that produces world-class crafts, but in recent years, it has made a name for itself in a completely different field. Being a primarily agricultural region, it is very important for the province to preserve its tracts of land for […]

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    Strolling in Historic Marvel at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

    September 19, 2017 7:00 pm by Gabriella Galvez

    Hotel de Oriente standing proudly before the Umangol river “Pride in the past, hope for the future.” Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan remains to be the only resort of its kind in the country, using real reconstructed colonial homes that were transplanted from different provinces across the […]

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    5 Non-Profits Promoting Philippine Culture

    September 17, 2017 7:00 pm by Cheenee Otarra

    How diverse is the Philippines? Within our 7,614 islands, did you know that 130 different languages are being spoken, excluding the dialects from these languages? In addition, did you know that there are 110 major indigenous groups in the country? August, as our country’s official “Buwan ng Wika,” is a […]

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    Bahandi Sandals: Transforming Floating Lilies to Stylish and Affordable Footwear

    September 16, 2017 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

    After spending many weekends exploring the various parts of CARAGA region for secret hideaways and potential tourist locations, the husband and wife team of Jimbo and Shayla Sanchez one day turned their attention to the dense existence of water lilies floating along the Agusan River. Aside from the hats they […]

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    Journeying with Lead to Heal

    September 14, 2017 7:00 pm by Kritzia Santos

    The words of Mahatma Gandhi, “Be the change you wish to see in this world,” has always moved me to do something. No matter how hard I would try, it would seem to just be a little ripple in the ocean, but as St. Mother Teresa’s words would always remind […]

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    72 Hours in Glasgow

    September 13, 2017 12:00 am by Karla Ramos

    Glasgow is one of the largest cities in the United Kingdom. Being the largest city in Scotland, it is most famous for its architectural sophistication. If you have a limited time to tour Glasgow, but you are on a budget, then this is how you can make the best use […]

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    Homemade Gooey Indoor Activities for Kids

    September 10, 2017 7:00 pm by Cat Lo

    Stuck indoors this rainy season? Make Some Homemade Slime for Your Kids Rainy days and the gloomy weather always mean getting cooped up indoors all day, and for kids, there’s nothing more boring than having nothing to do inside the house. They might get too hyperactive that they start rampaging […]

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    Why You Should Visit Bloomington, Indiana

    September 9, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    By Allison Yates Some might see the Midwest as the most unremarkable region of the U.S. When visitors travel to the region, they’ll see Chicago (which shouldn’t be missed) without considering the surrounding states. It’s no wonder: Indiana’s slogan is the “Crossroads of America,” insinuating it’s just another state you […]

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Get to Know the Woman Behind Baker P

There’s just so much to love in a woman who knows how to work her way in the kitchen. Pretz Eugenio, owner of the brand Baker P, started way back in 2015 when she got mesmerized with this gorgeous, pistachio colored-kitchen aid at the mall. She wasn’t at all into […]

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Brokenhearted? Traveling to These 5 Places Will Help You Move On

A languishing soul rising from the aftermath of a romance that foundered – oftentimes, finds difficulty in ricocheting back to reality. The term “moving on” lay claim to the fact, that it literally takes a mountain of struggles to advance forward when one is nursing a fragmented heart. Fortunately, for […]

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Essential Oils and the Magic They Bring

I used to think aromatherapy was just part of a spa ritual. It was a lovely scent wafting through the air while I immersed my feet in a bowl filled with warm water and flowers and sipped a ginger tea while waiting for the massage I booked. It was through […]

Vicki Abary March 25, 2017