Monday, April 19, 2021

Is Gaming Really Bad for Us?

It’s no surprise that during this COVID-19 pandemic, kids, teens,  and even adults are more into mobile games or online pc  games. To some, it is their method of passing time since they’re unemployed, no school, or simply got nothing to do. But for others, it is their way to socialize to other people especially their friends who plays the same game. According to an article in BBC, online gaming has become a social lifeline.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Get Your Birth Certificate, Certificate of Marriage, and Other Records Online!

It’s been more than a year since the Philippines has been under community quarantine and most people, including myself, are afraid of going out to avoid catching the COVID-19 virus that still lingers across the country. I personally have been doing things online like buying my groceries online, doing bank transactions, online, and purchasing food online.

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Spread ‘Easter Joy!’ with the Manila Hotel's Mystery Egg

This is the second year we would be celebrating Easter without events featuring fun and games for kids, or even their much-awaited Easter egg hunt. While we are all advised to stay at home and keep safe, parents can still bring joy into their homes with a simple activity they can do with their kids.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Memorya at Resistensyang MaluFIT sa Batang Bio-Fit!

It’s been a year since Metro Manila has been under community quarantine and that also means children have been having online classes ever since. One of the struggles that we had during online classes is my kids’ attention span. When the teacher is having her lesson online, my kid would often yawn when she doesn’t understand the topic and begins to play around or draw on the paper. It’s one of many struggles my kid experiences during online classes.

Monday, March 8, 2021

Emergency Kit Must-Haves For Each Family Member

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Here in the Philippines, we would often receive the loud alarm in our mobile phones from National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) whenever there's a disaster going to occur near our area. And when I hear the alarm, I initially panic. In the past, we've received those alarms when there's a typhoon moving towards us or an earthquake nearby. We’ve already got our fair share of typhoons, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and most especially flood. It is inevitable that these natural disasters would happen again, the vital question is when. So before these disasters strike, we need to be prepared for them to prevent fear and panic that could lead to more harm. 

Sunday, March 7, 2021

Household Saving Habits to Adopt During the Pandemic

Financial fragility is a real thing for me, even more so now during the COVID-19 pandemic. This means an unexpected expense as little as P200 ($4) can cause a month’s financial struggle. Therefore, it is really important that households start adopting solid saving habits, so they can avoid falling into financial burden in the future. With that in mind, here are three habits to get you started:

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Asia Leaders Award 2020 Young CEO of the Year Goes to Arch. Kaydee Velasco

The biggest and most talk of the town recognition event from the previous year even during pandemic is Asia Leaders Awards that was held at Inagiku, Makati Shangrila Hotel and attended by leaders who are making a difference even in this crisis we all are experiencing with an objective to acknowledge these leaders ans to be emulated that in spite of this Pandemic are still and able to reach out those in need even outside their community. 

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