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5 Chill Restaurants and Cafés in Tagaytay You Should Visit

Take a break in Tagaytay!
As the lockdown restrictions ease because of the vaccine rollouts, people are going out again to safely dine in restaurants and cafes outside their homes. One of the popular places to go to for that well-deserved break and a change of scenery

This Al-Fresco Cafe in Marikina Is Perfect for a Chill Day

It's got a carefree vibe you won't want to leave.
You can find all sorts of cafés in Manila, and for many of these places, there tends to be an overarching philosophy of "more is more"—whether that's in the form of eye-popping aesthetic interiors, high-tech brewing equipment or machinery, and the like.

Skipping Breakfast Might Not Be That Bad After All

It may even be good for your diet.
For years, your mom reminded you to eat breakfast because it's "the most important meal of the day." But skipping it might not be so bad after all.Tim Spector, a professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King's College in London, blames poor quality research

A 2-Step Overnight Oats Recipe You Need to Learn

No need to be a chef to prep this fuss-free dish.
Want to lose weight? Never ever skip breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day and rushing out to beat the traffic is no excuse. If you’re serious about getting that hot bod ready for bikini season, we suggest you spare

You Have to See the Prettiest Bagel in the World

It's like an edible unicorn!
What is it with New York and their Instagrammable pastries? After the cronut and the golden ube donut, now comes the world’s most beautiful bread, the rainbow bagel. Well, technically, the rainbow bagel has been around at the The Bagel Store in Brooklyn

7 Breakfast Foods You Shouldn't Eat in the Morning

Too bad. They're all so yummy!
The best kind of breakfast should fuel your body for your activities lined up during the day. It should also boost your metabolism, keep your weight down, and fight diseases. Not all breakfast staples are healthy to eat in the morning, though,