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This Inspirational Advice from Queer Eye's Fab 5 Will Boost Your Mood

Yup, we got to talk to the cast themselves!
This month of June is an event-filled one. We’re not only marking the fourth month since quarantine began, but we are also celebrating many important things.There’s Independence Day, which was met with arduous expression online last June 12 due to numerous political
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Angel Locsin's New Photos Are Going Viral on Social Media and We're All for It

The actress is currently a trending topic on Twitter for unknowingly spreading body positivity.
From raising funds for mass testing to setting up sleeping tents for health workers, Angel Locsin has proven time and again, amidst the COVID-19 crisis, that she’s a real life Darna. This morning, the actress continues to inspire as new photos of
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Need a Boost? Here's a Roundup of Celebs Advocating Self-Love

Important reminders!
Everyone has battled physical insecurity at some point, and celebs are no exception. I know this in theory, but it still catches me off guard when I see public figures insert the occasional vulnerable post in their pristine feeds. These are usually met
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This Summit Conference Invites You to Start a Conversation on Self-Worth

Here's why you need to attend this year's She Talks Asia!
After their successful Body Love conference in 2018, She Talks Asia is back to celebrate women's month with empowering conversations. In line with this year's theme, We Are Enough, the organization—which was co-founded by Iza Calzado and Bianca Gonzales—has invited notable men
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Self-Love Ideas for Every Single Girl on Valentine’s Day

A list of self-care activities that’s not just skin care or going to the spa.
In an August 2018 feature, The New York Times compiled different accounts of their employees as to what “self-care” means to them in a series of lists and diagrams. These different acts of self-love go beyond your usual nightly masking routine or
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7 Ways to Hang Out with Yourself and Have a Legitimately Good Time

It’s okay to indulge in a little escapism sometimes.
We’ve all entertained the idea of getting away from it all and starting over, particularly when the days seem to drag endlessly on and everything gets to be a bit too much. It’s a tempting notion, sure, but never one to take
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Here's How I Came to Love My Morena Skin

My journey to self-love.
I was born with brown skin. I loved it because my dad and I would compare arms and it would look like we were cut from the same cloth. It was not until I went to kindergarten that I was first made
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These Celebrities All Want Us to Learn This Important Life Lesson

What do you love about yourself?
Right now, your feed is probably filled with everything related to Valentine's Day. Gift ideas, where to eat, where to stay, and basically everything you need for a celebration with your significant other. But today, let's take a breather from that and talk
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Judy Ann Santos and Angelica Panganiban on Their Journey to Self-Love

Loving yourself is nothing to be guilty about.
Judy Ann Santos and Angelica Panganiban for Preview.ph February 2018“Ate!” Angelica Panganiban makes her presence known, sauntering into the studio in a red oversized hoodie and a pair of black leggings. Her arms are outstretched, ready to envelop Judy Ann Santos in
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Wanting to Spend Time Alone Is Normal and It's Totally Okay

Self-care is different from being selfish.
There are moments when you'd rather spend your time in bed and let it be one of those do-nothing days. Sometimes you'd even tell a little white lie to your friends, claiming that you're sick or that you've got a family event
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How a Bowl of Ramen Taught Me to Enjoy My Own Company

Table for one, please!
Japan has always awed me in the efficiency and independency ingrained in their culture. It's as if they have made their own world you can't help but be intrigued and fascinated by it. It is with this curiosity that I was drawn