In other news: Man told to carry his weight.

People of the world, there is an urgent need for all of us to be mindful of others. A while ago, I hopped onto the train fully aware, equipped, and prepared for the usual crowded experience as it were also rush hour. This means, I try my best to make room for more people, whoContinue reading “In other news: Man told to carry his weight.”

Should you really go and love yourself?

When we are full of ourselves, we miss God’s glory. But how could we tell if we are bound by something not pleasing to God when it looks so simple and harmless, and we do it every day? As I write this, I wait for the train at the platform. An hour remains before IContinue reading “Should you really go and love yourself?”

5 Wonders of the Wunder app for Working Moms

At the height between the LTFRB and Grab/Uber clash on whether or not we should regulate these ride-sharing apps entirely, I just want to share my experience on the wonders I’ve had using another form of ridesharing app “Wunder”. Compared with Uber and Grab, the Wunder app focuses solely on carpooling with people within yourContinue reading “5 Wonders of the Wunder app for Working Moms”

Developer turns 23 years, Kicks off ‘Empire East Cares’

Manila, Philippines – Real estate developer Empire East will be celebrating 23 years of building landmark residential homes this July and is strengthening its ‘Empire East Cares’ program by conducting a series of small-scale humanitarian events that seek to give back and share happiness with people around the community. Empire East Cares’ banner event titledContinue reading “Developer turns 23 years, Kicks off ‘Empire East Cares’”

The 2017 Bb. Pilipinas Finalists Visit Manhattan Garden City

Metro Manila, Philippines – Two weeks post-coronation night, the 2017 Binibining Pilipinas finalists are making the rounds among their media networks and sponsors, including Megaworld Central Properties, Inc.’s (MCPI) Manhattan Garden City, an equally stunning 18-tower residential development at the Araneta Center. Bb. Pilipinas Universe Rachel Peters, Ms. International Mariel de Leon, Ms. Intercontinental KatarinaContinue reading “The 2017 Bb. Pilipinas Finalists Visit Manhattan Garden City”

Tips to surviving your commute in Metro Manila, Philippines

Early this year, Business Insider published what it’s like to be in some of the world’s most populated cities, which included Metro Manila, Philippines. Having traversed the city’s most crowded highway, EDSA, for 11 years now, I could confirm that the article did give out a real image of what our commute is truly likeContinue reading “Tips to surviving your commute in Metro Manila, Philippines”

Don’t hate every woman.

As a working mom, I am expected to wear business attire every day when I report to work.  But today was extra special because we attended an event graced by no less than the Vice President of the Philippines herself, Madam Leni Robredo, who led the grand opening of the new BusPort at Manhattan GardenContinue reading “Don’t hate every woman.”

Christmas Party: 18-hours non-stop

December’s one of my favorite months. Aside from the cooler weather, dinner invitations here and there, Christmas bonuses, and a shared festive spirit, we (in our company) also get to have double parties at work. This year, the marketing team had everything planned..(or not. lol). We were able to successfully organize both the parties ofContinue reading “Christmas Party: 18-hours non-stop”

Metrowear 2016: A win for Wynn Wynn

Wynn Wynn Ong – an epizeuxis in her name and yet couldn’t seem to accentuate enough how many hearts she has won that stunning night of the recent Metrowear Icon. Mine included – the heart of a simple girl who doesn’t even consider herself a fashionista much less a jewelry wearer as written in the bioContinue reading “Metrowear 2016: A win for Wynn Wynn”

Nine times coffee saved my mom-life and advertising-life

I didn’t begin drinking coffee until I discovered Starbucks’ mocha frappe back in college. For budget days or exam weeks, I settled for 3-in-1. Kicks the same way anyway. Now that I’m a working mom, coffee has been a staple part of my breakfast menu — sometimes in midday snacks. And I am pretty sureContinue reading “Nine times coffee saved my mom-life and advertising-life”