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The SM Store Can Now Deliver Home Essentials to Your Doorstep

They've got it all for you during the ECQ.
The SM Store can now deliver immediate home essentials right to your doorstep! In case you've found your household in need of essential hygiene products, snacks, clothes, and small appliances, The SM Store has got you covered. They just launched their SM Call to
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Jericho Rosales' Silly Videos Are the Daily Dose of Humor We Need Right Now

His #GabiNaNaman series on Instagram has been providing us with good vibes!
We all know that an incessant stream of pandemic news can tire you out. Forcing unrealistic expectations of productivity on yourself can be punishing, too. Thankfully, multi-hyphenate personality Jericho Rosales is making a case for a third space: Just poke fun at
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As a Homeschooler, I Was Essentially Quarantined My Whole Life

Here's what I learned from it.
For many, the quarantine has felt like a season of fifty consecutive Sundays. Without the reliable structure of school, the days are jelly—occasionally blessed with surges of creative fervor, but mostly just lacking grip. I’m no stranger to this feeling. From the ages
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Here Are Some Ways to Earn Extra During the Quarantine

Gear up for the transition to the "new normal"!
There’s no shame in wanting to bag an extra buck, especially now that we’re gearing up to transition to a “new normal” with as little adjustment shock as humanly possible.  Maybe over the quarantine you’ve found yourself really excited to start some
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ECQ, EECQ, Lockdown, and Partial Lockdown: What Do These Actually Mean?

We simplified the meaning of ECQ, lockdown, and partial lockdown.
Semantics surrounding quarantine has caused a lot of confusion among the public. First, the government declared a lockdown on March 15, but wanted media to use the term "community quarantine." A few days later, it changed the rules and ordered a stricter
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Social Distancing May Be Needed Until 2022, According to Study

It could be the new normal.
Life as we know it has been changed by the coronavirus pandemic. Though that may seem like an exaggeration, a new study says current practices—social distancing, specifically—need to last until 2022.Researchers at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health published the findings
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Commune Coffee Is Delivering Beans Made by Local Farmers

For every kilogram sold, P200 will be donated to Frontline Feeders Philippines.
We've caught wind of more good news for coffee aficionados! The local brand Commune is now delivering single origin coffee beans grown by local farmers in Mount Matutum, Mount Kitanglad, and Sagada, among others. The beans are a blend of arabica and robusta— perfect
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Here's Where to Buy Baking Supplies If You're in the Mood to Bake

Ready to make your own pandesal?
People have started to bake during the quarantine either out of necessity, cravings, boredom, or all of the above. Surprisingly enough, people aren't just baking brownies or cookies, they're also baking loaves of bread, from the simple loaf and pandesal to the more
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This Instagram-Famous Coffee Is Now Available for Delivery

Get your coffee fix from %Arabica, stat!
Originally from Kyoto, Japan, the coffee company %Arabica now delivers beans and ready-to-drink beverages! Fellow members of the coffee coven, you know the struggle of perfecting your home brew. Maybe you've tried the inescapable Dalgona trend, or the impressive, three-ingredient Kori Kohi. If you
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Mayor Kit Nieto Auctions Off His Sneaker Collection to Help Cainta

He promises to auction off three pairs from his shoe collection every day until COVID-19 is defeated.
Cainta mayor Kit Nieto is pulling in all the resources to help out his community in the time of pandemic — including the insides of his shoe racks.“Ang daming hindi nabigyan ng SAC form assistance sa atin,” he lamented on Facebook, “kasi
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Here's How Artists Are Paying Tribute to Frontliners on Social Media

They are honoring the heroes who work tirelessly every day in the midst of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 crisis has thrown millions of lives off course, and there's no real way of knowing exactly what the world order will look like once this pandemic eventually recedes. Those of us who are able to work from home realize that our situation
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Now's the Best Time to Get Into Journaling and Here's How to Start

No pressure, just a whole lot of fun and fulfillment.
Given the enhanced community quarantine, I guess you could say we’ve been pretty tethered, at least spatially. Millions of people are forced to stay home, prompting a boom of online instructional content on how to best spend our time. Yet, there exists,