How to Use Free Dating Sites and Apps for Your Next Trip

Using free dating sites and apps to meet new people, make friends, and find a romantic partner has become increasingly common among us millennials. Gone are the days when we had to worry about telling others that we met our significant other *gasp* online. Many people our age regularly use free dating sites and apps to look for a date or just someone to talk to. I used to look for online...

The Law of Attraction: What I Learned from My Success Transformation Masterclass

Are there ever moments in your life when you feel that something life-changing is about to happen? What do you do then? Do you take advantage of that moment, or do you walk away? I often do the former. This is why I was so thankful that I didn't say no when I was invited to join a masterclass on the Law of Attraction and Neurolinguistic Programming. And I would have if I had listened to...

Top Honda Accessories for All Kinds of Riders

As a Honda rider, you take a lot of pride in your motorcycle. You want nothing but the best Honda accessories for your bike. If you’re looking for the best Honda bike parts to make your high-performance ride more comfortable and stylish, you’ve come to the right place. BikeBandit.com carries a wide variety of Honda replacement parts for whatever you need. Here are some of the top...

This month at the UP Vargas Museum — Viay nu Ivatan: Ivatan Lifeways

Here's what's in store for you at the Jorge B. Vargas Museum in the University of the Philippines, Diliman, this month. Olan Gonzales and Francisco Datar 15 May to 9 June 2018 3F Galleries UP Vargas Museum presents Viay nu Ivatan, a project by visual artist Olan Gonzales and anthropologist Francisco Datar, on 15 May, Tuesday, 4 PM at the 3F Galleries. Through painting, photography, and...

Work-Life Balance: The Case for Taking a Vacation

Work-life balance is a favorite topic among millennials. It's the one thing that you apparently have to sacrifice if you want to get ahead in your career. I know this for a fact; in the past, I've even worked with ultra-competitive young professionals who discourage others from taking time off from work. I used to share their point of view until I started experiencing heart burns and...

Five Tips on How to Improve Your Writing

Regardless of your profession, it’s an absolute must to have good writing skills. Whether you’re a doctor, an HR professional, a software developer, or a marketing manager, you will have to communicate your ideas and cascade information in an effective manner. Given our highly connected workplaces, most of this communication takes place online. Not a day goes by without us having to...

Take your family on an adventure at Timezone Ayala Malls Feliz

There are so many malls in Metro Manila that it's not unusual for someone to say that you've simply seen it all. But if you live in Pasig or Cainta, I have some good news for you! Now you can put a spin on your weekend bonding with family and friends at the Timezone Ayala Malls Feliz! What You'll Find at Timezone Ayala Malls Feliz Timezone Ayala Malls Feliz just started operations last...

Why I’m Still on Facebook

Originally appeared on Inquirer's Young Blood on April 3, 2018. I have a terrible habit of browsing my Facebook feed first thing in the morning. Even before I brush off Sandman's dust from my eyes, I will have read all my friends’ updates on my news feed and all the news articles on issues I don’t even care about. Like so many things that I know are bad for me, such as sugar,...

Trainspotting in Manila: How to Ride the PNR in 2018 (with Updated PNR Fare Matrix)

Are you looking to ride the Philippine National Railway (PNR)? Eager to try one of Asia's oldest railway systems? Here's a handy guide that will help you get to your destination without having to brave the horrendous Manila traffic. Note that this is an updated version of my previous post about the PNR. PNR Train Schedule The entire PNR stretches from central to southern Luzon. As of...

Marikina — Exploring the Book Museum cum Ethnology Center

My visit to the Book Museum cum Ethnology Center in Marikina City got me thinking. If I could travel the world, what memorabilia will I keep? Should I collect Starbucks mugs and keychains as almost everyone I know? Or should I build my own collection of the things that remind me of that country’s people and culture? The latter was what the President of Rex Group of Companies, Atty....