Month: March 2020

Personal Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Life in the Age of Corona Virus : How was my 15 Days of the Covid-19 Lockdown in Metro Manila

Sometimes my head wanders through a dark place.  Like right now I was thinking, why are we all so afraid to die. If we all get the virus and die right now, then that will be good for all of us. That will be the end of our journey and suffering, if any. So, why […]

Current Affairs Home & Family Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Life In the Age of Corona Virus: Five Creative Ways Schools can continue Teaching during the Pandemic

Schools can be creative and innovative in making sure the learning of students is reduced or not disrupted, as everyone makes their way clear through the unfamiliar situation created by COVID-19. Some of the changes they can implement effectively are a rescheduling of the academic calendar, a transition to online learning, and work-from-home schemes for […]

Investment/ Finance Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Life in the Age of Corona Virus : #LockdownDiaries How to Pay Your Bills Online Using Gcash

It’s almost two weeks since the lockdown here in Metro Manila because of the Covid-19.  Most first time “stay-at-homers” are feeling a little queasy now and some might be feeling the cabin fever.  While the rest are getting anxious because the payment period for tons of bills is a few days away. I’ve seen a […]

Fashion

From the Catwalk to the Store: A Quick Guide to How Fashion Trends Develop

Fashion is one of the most popular ways of communication. A personal choice of clothes and accessories can go a long way in expressing one’s mood, feelings, or temperament. These are not the only influences, though. Other influences like celebrities, runway, and bloggers play an influential role in our appearance. Celebrities Whether we like to […]

Blogging, Gadgets, Technology

Gadget Health Check: Best Tips You Can Do To Keep Your Smartphone Sanitized

There’s no better time than now to be extra careful in keeping your smartphone clean, especially since this is our everyday driver that we can rely on that ends up getting a lot of exposure. Make sure to do your part in staying safe! According to a study published in February 2020 under the Journal […]

Current Affairs

Summary of the Special Powers granted to the President of the Philippines in Relation to the Covid-19 Pandemic

I am posting this here on my blog for easy access and future references of the special powers of President Duterte in relation to the Covid-19 Pandemic. EDITED ! Summary of the “Bayanihan to Heal As One Act”. RA 11469. Here are the actual “powers” granted to the President under the Senate version (which the […]

Home & Family Health & Wellness Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Life in the Age of Corona Virus: 7 Simple Steps to Avoid the Spread of Virus at Home #StayHome

Safety starts at home. Maintaining a clean and healthy environment at home is important to safeguard yourself and your family from any illnesses. Here are seven tips to keep your family safe at home:   Wash your hands often   Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds. Soap helps kill germs and […]

Shopping Food, Restos, Hang-outs Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Life in the Age of Corona Virus #LockdownDiaries How to do Your Groceries at Home

These are difficult times .  All of us are trying hard to adjust to this new norm norm when everyone slows down and stays at home because we are on a lockdown.  The pros and the cons of living in the age of Corona Virus aka Covid-19 is rewiring all of us to take it […]

Health & Wellness Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Hyponatremia — When Drinking Too Much Water is Dangerous

Two of the most important things I believe in on how to stay healthy and living clean was a lie. I never thought in my entire life that I would disncourage drinking water and have people enjoy as much as salt in their diet until today. What happened? Last weekend, I had to rush my […]

Home & Family Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19 Personal

The 30 Days Challenge – Things to do During the Metro Manila Lock Down and 8PM Curfew

For a work-from-home individual and a child with autism who only does ADL this curfew and lock-down a.k.a. community quarantine or social distancing is not new for us. But for the rest, the suspension of classes will make them uneasy  and perhaps bored. In case you are from out of this world, the whole world […]

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