Life without limits

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live life without limits? We’ve all heard that “whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve” by Napoleon Hill, but is it really possible? Yes, it is possible! They say failure and success are only figments of our imaginations, and to achieve greater things, weContinue reading “Life without limits”

Finding the perfect Christmas gift?

Beauty bets for everyone that won’t break the bank  Finding the perfect present for beauty junkie friends can be a challenge. Save yourself from the mad dash from one beauty counter to the next by visiting a Human Nature store near you. Human Nature brings you gift finds that make you feel and look goodContinue reading “Finding the perfect Christmas gift?”

A change for health (is coming)

Health Secretary Dr. Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial articulates President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s healthcare agenda which targets better health outcomes so one can live longer, free from the worries of high cost of medical care, and edified by the respect and high-quality service one gets from government healthcare facilities Non-communicable diseases remain the health bane especiallyContinue reading “A change for health (is coming)”

For the love of birds

Three lens men share their newfound passion for bird photography and love for exotic birds IF THERE’S ONE THING THAT BINDS these three gentlemen other than being mistahs (cadet lingo for classmates) in Philippine Mili­tary Academy who are known for the “thicker than blood” relationship, it is their newfound passion for bird photography and loveContinue reading “For the love of birds”

Should you tell your kids about Santa?

When we were kids, we were made to believe that there’s this white-bearded man called Santa Claus, wearing a red coat with white collar and cuffs, black leather belt and boots, riding in a reindeer sleigh, who brings gifts during Christmas Eve. As we get older, we will learn that Santa Claus does not reallyContinue reading “Should you tell your kids about Santa?”

How I ran my first 21K half marathon

I know. Running my first 21-km half marathon doesn’t make an expert on running. But at least I finally mustered all the guts to finally run one, my very first 21-km half marathon in my 36 years of existence. So allow me to share with you my experience at least for some people who haveContinue reading “How I ran my first 21K half marathon”

5 reasons why I love being single, traveling

Six years ago, I promised myself to celebrate my birthday every single year by rewarding myself an out of the country/town trip. But it has to be not just a trip, but a meaningful one. And a meaningful travel for me is traveling with my loved ones or special someone, exploring new places, trying out deliciousContinue reading “5 reasons why I love being single, traveling”

Why I write

Why I write is one of the questions I often ask myself. I could be an accountant like my parents or a nurse like my relatives and friends so I can easily migrate to Australia or Europe, but here I am, a struggling writer without even a writing career to make me proud of. WhenContinue reading “Why I write”

Virginia Close: The passionate novelist

It’s never too late to follow your dreams even when you’re 50 years old. Take it from Virginia Close, a writer and poet of Filipino descent living in Cairns, Australia who published her very first book at the age of 53. She was living comfortably and happily in Cairns, Australia with her Australian partner. SheContinue reading “Virginia Close: The passionate novelist”

Major Marjorie Mukay: The pilot

Major Marjorie Mukay of the Philippine Air Force never thought she would become a pilot. Looking back, she wants to become a doctor, but destiny must have brought her to fly the C-130 Hercules instead, thus becoming the first-ever C-130 female pilot-in-command in the Philippines. Growing up in a typical middle class family in aContinue reading “Major Marjorie Mukay: The pilot”