Christmas greetings have been said and presents have been opened, but your fridge still has that Christmas vibe because of the many leftovers from your Noche Buena feast. You spent a considerable amount for all these goodies, so you better make sure that none of it will go to waste. If you over-estimated for your
By now you might be planning for your Christmas parties. Whether you’re in a tight budget or just simply want to have a simple yet fun Christmas party this year, consider these low-key activities that may help you celebrate the holiday season joyously with family, friends and co-workers: 1. Game Night Before smartphone apps became the
Are you sandwiched between supporting your parents and raising your own family? Ginger Conejero gives some shining advice on how to handle your situation. Watch here
Filipinos who love watching telenovelas are surely familiar with the following lines, which parents usually say to their child: “Anak, ikaw na lang ang pag-asa namin para sa magandang buhay.” “Mag-aral ka ng mabuti anak, para mai-ahon mo kami sa kahirapan.” “Ngayong may trabaho ka na, pwede ka nang tumulong sa mga gastusin dito sa
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Ever wonder why we celebrate Halloween or dress up in costumes for this day? Know how the common traditions began for one of the biggest events of the year. Sources: Bet You Didn’t Know: Halloween The History of Trick or Treating is Weirder Than You Thought UNICEF: Trick or Treat How the Tradition of Trick
Here are 6 important things to keep in mind on this year’s barangay elections: 1. Go to your assigned precinct. Check where your precinct is thru: www.comelec.gov.ph. 2. Look for your name in the voter’s list posted outside the precinct. Present a valid I.D. 3. Do not over-vote. Choose only one Punong Barangay (Barangay Chairman) and seven members
Halloween has become quite a highly anticipated event in the country. In the case of parents, it’s usually all about dressing up their kids in a fun costume when they go trick-or-treating for candies and chocolates. Not too keen on spending so much for a costume? There are four resources you can tap to find
Four days to go before the Barangay Elections on October 28. Do you know what roles you are electing? Here’s a short guide.
From the moment your first child comes kicking and screaming into the world, a weird thing happens: you become preoccupied with saving. Shortly after you cut the umbilical cord, you’re possessed with this urge to stash barrels of money away, into the earth, or into a vault encoded to your baby’s retina.