It has been my blogs tradition since I started to post about what our Filipino legislators wore during the President of the Philippines State of the Nation Address (SONA). I do it because I rather look at what the people wear than listen to all the lies and the blaming game this B. S. Aquino a.k.a. PNoy will say. He can lie all he want, he can take credit for the hard work all the ordinary Filipino is doing but we all know he is a joke of a president. Plus we only see a Glamorous showcase of Filipiniana gowns and dresses once a year.Read More →

“Education is not just feeding the minds but also feeding a strong healthy body.” With this in mind,  the Department of Education (DepEd)  and makers of Birch Tree Fortified powdered milk partnered together to reinforce the habit of drinking milk of school age kids with the DepEd and Birchtree Me and My Milk program. At the moment, the Philippines falls under the required daily consumption of milk compared to our Asian countries. Starting September 2015, Kindergarten to Grade 2 students from select public schools in the National Capital Region,  Central Luzon,  Calabarzon and Ilocos Region will get free milk drink from Birch Tree and workbooksRead More →

Every year there is about 6 to 10,000 women reported to have cervical cancer. This could have been prevented if girls will be administered her first HPV vaccine by the age of 9 years old or Elementary Level Grade 4. While this sounds absurd and however cliché it sounds, prevention is always better than cure.  Having given a girl her first HPV vaccine as early as this age or the time she has not been exposed or has not become sexually active yet, this is the time when the vaccine is most effective. HPV (Human Papillomavirus), a family of viruses, has two strains that areRead More →

I am me, there’s no doubt about it.  I have never been cloned or have a twin sister. My name is unique at least here in the Philippines as my father last name is very rare. If you meet someone with the same last name there is a big chance we are related. But however unique my name is, I became a victim of identity theft.  The government who I assume or at least trust to catch the thief has burdened me with their faulty system and the thief’s fault and her cohorts. Yes, I am a victim of identity theft, more than a decade ago,Read More →

I don’t envy you I’m a little bit of everything All rolled into one I’m a bitch, I’m a lover, I’m a child, I’m a mother I’m a sinner, I’m a saint, I do not feel ashamed I’m your hell, I’m your dream, I’m nothing in between You know you wouldn’t want it any other way I’m A Bitch I’m A Lover Meredith Brooks The Slash Generation: Doing or being more than one thing at a time. Sometimes for career advancement or for personal achievement or sometimes doing or being the opposite of the other at the same time. That is the Millenials lifestyle.   WhatRead More →

A kind heart is more beautiful than all the minds of the world. One of my favorite pastime is people watching.  I don’t know I just like to observe people.  I look at the way they walk, the way they talk, the way they dress.  It’s fun to do it is like a peek at “street” fashion and culture.  I learn from them somehow and I also like reading body language . The best place to do this is at an al fresco setting at a coffee shop.  You can also do it on a restaurant but it is less intruding if it is done inRead More →

As much as I wanted to see Pope Francis a.k.a. Lolo Kiko for his first Papal Visit here in the Philippines, the super exaggerated security measures is preventing me to do so. As much as I am excited like all Catholic and Christians out there,  I may not be that resilient enough to not have an umbrella, water or food just to be a chance “viewer” of the Pope Francis when he arrives. I am also unhappy and discouraged with the kind of sugar coating the Philippine government has been doing dressing up the country so the Pope will have a pleasant visit.  Disallowing homeRead More →