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Here are churches new and old that are a stone’s throw away from the metro!
When it comes to planning a wedding , there are many dreamy options that come to mind: whether it’s a heartfelt ceremony by the beach, a rustic affair in the woods, a floral event in the gardens, or even in an old
They're all free!
In the rampant age of social media, our Instagram profiles are quickly doubling as a possible first or second impression. The result? More and more people are obsessing over creating perfectly curated Instagram feeds that aptly project versions of themselves they’d like
No more confusing chat groups!
Fresh from rolling out its "unsend" and "dark mode" features, Facebook Messenger continues to innovate its app with yet another handy update. With its newest reply feature (much like WhatsApp's), you can now reply to a specific message on your chat without
Spread the word and save the world!
With nationwide water interruptions troubling the country (sadly, it might carry on throughout the summer), it's best to do our part and be mindful of the ways we use up our water. In light of this dreaded water shortage, here are a few
The sun and the sea agreed completely.
If you’re a summer-lovin’ couple who's ready to say your "I dos" by the ocean, then you have to take notes from these newlyweds' sun-kissed beach wedding. Melbourne-based couple Bea Velante and Sarah Doughty-Velante always knew they were getting married. In fact, they
Check out what everyone wore below!
We caught a full experience yesterday at the opening of the annual Art Fair Philippines that's once again located at The Link car park in Makati. The show is a curation of the overwhelming talent and creativity present in our local art
These beaches have remained under-the-radar up until now.
It's been proven that a beach vacation does wonders for your health. The only question is: Which beach should you sail off to next? The Philippines has thousands and thousands of islands, and yet many still flock to the same beaches: Boracay, El
Mind your basic dos and don'ts.
Be it a one-hour domestic flight or 16 hours to the other side of the world, traveling always entails a certain level of stress. So in an attempt to make your next flight a little more convenient for you, here’s a rundown
It's all in the (luxurious) details.
When it comes to buying furniture, a sofa can be the most difficult to shop for. After all, it's the first thing people see once they enter a space. It's easy to scoff at the prices of sofas out in the market
Indulge in nostalgic treats and discover new favorites.
Baguio is still a popular summer and holiday destination and road trips to the North are now easier, thanks to a four or five-hour drive via the new Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx). A first-timer's trip should include the requisite Baguio tourist spots: Burnham Park, where you