Thursday, April 30, 2020

Be a Smart Shopper! 5 Shop from Home Tips For Every Filipino


In the middle of the COVID-19 outbreak, we must stay healthy and safe. Shopping at home is the most convenient way to get your daily essential needs.

How to Plan Financially While Building an ADU On Your Property

Building an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) on your property is an important investment. You have to consider several parameters before you start the work with the right team of professionals. If you can do it right, you may not only save on your budget but also get high returns on your investment. Hence, it’s important to create a proper financial analysis and develop a robust plan for getting the ADU built according to your expectations and preferences. 

Building A New Home, Here's What You Need To Consider

Building your new home is energizing and on occasions an overwhelming experience, however for your builder, it is normal, which is the reason you should be a functioning member in all parts of the home building process.

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Saturday, April 25, 2020

Reestablishing An Antique Car? Here's What You Should Do

Reestablishing a classic or antique vehicle can be an awesome method to take a bit of car history back to life, particularly on the off chance that you've discovered an uncommon model that needs a touch of additional TLC. Here are some things that should be on your rundown of activities while re-establishing an exemplary vehicle, so get ready to explore them.

Fake websites are everywhere! 6 tips to be smarter than a scammer

With the extension of our enhanced community quarantine, rampant presence of scammers online are present more than ever.

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Monday, April 13, 2020

Mayor Isko Goes Green

Mayor Isko Moreno threaded an impoverished area in Manila while growing up. As the elected City Mayor of Manila, more popularly known to Filipinos as Yorme, he never wavered amidst adversities hurled at him for taking several steps in making a better version of the city he fondly calls his home and crowning glory. 

Keep the little ones occupied at home with Print & Play ideas from HP Inc.

Are you thinking of what else you can do at home with your little ones?

A glimpse on the new digital lifestyle

Transportation systems have been halted. Malls have been closed. Curfews have been imposed, and work-from-home arrangements have been in place.

Thursday, April 09, 2020

Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Life after COVID-19: Stories of Survival

As long as there is hope, there's a chance. Hear from the COVID-19 survivors themselves about recovery, coping, and moving forward during this very challenging time.

Holy Week 2020: Meaningful Holy Week Activities You Can Do at Home

As we commemorate the Lenten season in the safety of our homes, Bonifacio Global City has prepared a line up of activities that can help Filipinos reflect on their spiritual faith.

Five little ways to help others during the quarantine

The little acts of kindness go a long way to show how we are #OneAgainstCOVID19

Celebrating Holy Week Online

From drive-through confessions, where a priest - seated a meter away - hears a parishioner confess his sins while inside his car, to receiving holy communion in front yards, the Catholic Church has found innovative ways to engage its flock in prayer and participate in church activities amid the worldwide spread of the novel corona virus (Covid-19) which necessitates everybody to practice physical distancing, among other things.

Tuesday, April 07, 2020

Helping the Frontliners in the fight against COVID-19

MVP Group provides assistance to health workers and communities.

Vivo donates surgical masks, letters of appreciation to hospitals, front liners

In an effort to boost the morale of front liners and further ensure their protection, Vivo Philippines has given out appreciation letters and thousands of surgical masks to select hospitals through the Office of the Vice President (OVP) and other local government offices.

Gatorade’s #NothingBeatsGirls digital video honors young women’s struggles, grit to find greatness

It’s been an eventful month of March. Aside from the worldwide pandemic and lockdowns, it’s also observed as International Women’s Month – which Gatorade and its creative agency DDB MNL capped off with an inspiring animated video that cheered on young women to keep going.

Look: My fave brands thanks frontliners

I'm Proud of this.

Make your own facemask in a few easy steps!

In times like these when COVID-19 is affecting all of us greatly in every way, it’s more important than ever to not only be safe from disease and healthy, but also to be resourceful and practical.

URC extends community support to other parts of the Philippines

Universal Robina Corporation ( URC), maker of most brands that our family love has extended its support to communities across the country to provide assistance in the health crisis we’re facing right now. The company has donated relief goods and other sanitation and hygiene products to various Disaster Relief and Rescue Management offices.

Modern Thermostats, Things You Ought To Know

If you’re thinking to replace your HVAC unit, then you must also have a look into your thermostat. As important as it is to maintain your heating and cooling systems, so is to support the thermostat to control it efficiently.

Friday, April 03, 2020

You can now send money from PayMaya to Smart Padala

Some good news!!!! PayMaya allows its users to send money directly to a Smart Padala center anywhere in the country.

Shopee Bayanihan’s initiative to support the front liners’ fight against COVID-19

Shopee continues its efforts to help contain the COVID-19 outbreak in the Philippines with its latest initiative Shopee Bayanihan. 

Rex Book Store launches course on designing online distance learning for schools and universities

Schools, colleges, and universities might soon be considering a transition of many of their classes and courses to online distance learning during the COVID-19 crisis which has been keeping many students at home and away from their physical classrooms. While it is mostly the college-level officers and presidents who have been using these platforms even before the pandemic struck, their peers in the elementary and high school levels might also resort to them as an alternative.