Of TOTGAs, Unrequited, Star-crossed, and everything in between (Feature: Almost Love by Claudette Galacgac)

How many times have we felt intense emotions that it seemed like it’s the end of the world for us? Some people may have savored such moments in a dramatic shower scene. Some may have paddled themselves in beer and music. But some people, the artists, they immersed in a world of stories and poetries.… Continue reading Of TOTGAs, Unrequited, Star-crossed, and everything in between (Feature: Almost Love by Claudette Galacgac)

Features · Life Coaching

What makes you remarkable?

This question may be simple as it seems, but it's interesting to know that a number of people are still struggling to answer it. I've always had a hard time talking about my accomplishments because I feel that I am always judged for being arrogant or so. This impacts my rating in the company as… Continue reading What makes you remarkable?

Arts · Features


In a workshop that our writing club facilitated two years ago, one of the speakers - Mylene Enrile (content creator for Two Monkeys Travel) - mentioned about making writing a continuous habit: as "ripples make waves". It lingered to me ever since and sparked an idea of publishing a book for our club. Ambitious it… Continue reading #keepthequillgoing

Events · Features · Tutus & Bellas Eventology · Weddings

Feature: Jardin Majayjay Bed & Breakfast

By the foot of Mount Banahaw lays a dream getaway filled with stories, art, poetry, blessings and love. Jardin Majayjay Bed and Breakfast.. Ah, I just can't help myself from smiling every time I think of this place. I might be playing favorites, but yes, in my ten years in the events industry, Jardin Majayjay… Continue reading Feature: Jardin Majayjay Bed & Breakfast

Corporate · Features · Soirées

Feature: Connected Women

In one of the conferences that I attended before, one speaker said “if we are not networking, we are not working”. Therefore, I promised myself that I will do a lot of networking now, especially that I recently started my life anew in this island city. I have been seeing posts from a Facebook group… Continue reading Feature: Connected Women