Month: April 2020

Advocacy Current Affairs Travel & Culture

3 Philippine cities emerge as national finalists in WWF’s One Planet City Challenge

The Philippine cities of Batangas, Muntinlupa, and Santa Rosa have been selected as national finalists in this year’s World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) One Planet City Challenge (OPCC). Over 250 cities from around the globe, including 13 from the Philippines, joined the OPCC’s 2020 leg. Originally known as the Earth Hour Challenge, WWF kicked […]

Health & Wellness

Philips Global Survey Reveals We Are Living in a Sleep Deprived World

    Global adults barely get the recommended minimum hours of sleep each night, averaging 7.0 hours of sleep per night, down from 7.1 hours in 2019  Almost half (47%) of adults in Asia-Pacific are not satisfied with their sleep Fear and unawareness of sleep conditions could hinder people from seeking treatment    People around […]

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

Here’s Why You Should Develop a Healthy Sleeping Routine in Lockdown

The lockdown is here. It’s a reality, and it’s not likely to go away for a few more weeks, if not longer. Along with its restrictions is a large disruption to our regular routines, including our sleeping routine. We felt it would be useful to our readers to discuss this real-life problem being faced by […]

Current Affairs Shopping

Philippine Local Food and Farm Producers Delivered to Your Doorsteps

Let’s support our local farmers and food producers by buying their products online through the Philippines Harvest Trade Fair Online. The Department of Tourism (DOT), in partnership with leading retail group Stores Specialists Inc. (SSI), announces the online leg of the Philippine Harvest trade fair starting April 22, 2020. The Philippine Harvest online leg will […]

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

Emirates Airlines In-Flight Menu Recipes to Try at Home during the Quarantine

Stay home and still travel the world. Emirates helps travelers escape their everyday life and invites them on a culinary journey around the globe—discovering other cultures through their food. To bring travel inspiration into people’s home kitchens, Emirates chefs share the ideal three-course-menu to give globetrotters a taste of their next vacation, while staying home. […]

Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Our Post Covid-19 Forecast. What Happens to the world after the Pandemic of the Century

My head is racing and I can hardly sleep. This uncertainty bothers me more than I think it would.  The world was caught off guard, nobody had the answer, nobody knows when it will end.  This is a gloomy thought but I would like to think forward.   Marcus and I were talking about the post […]

Advocacy

How to Become a Victim Advocate

Being the victim of a crime can cause both long and short-term trauma. A victim has often experienced depression, grief, fear, depression, and even guilt. They may also need to deal with medical bills, the legal process, and missed work, among other issues. What is a Victim Advocate? Victim advocacy is a vital field, and […]

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

Tips on How to Clean and Maintain your Appliances at Home  

In this time of uncertainty, out of all the places – our home is considered the safest. Despite the stated fact, we should still practice preventive measures like cleaning or disinfecting our homes. It also includes everything that we are using from time to time – like our appliances.   The Enhanced Community Quarantine was […]

Advocacy Current Affairs Life in the Age of Pandemic Covid-19

Save the Children Seeks Child Protection Measures as Parents, Guardians get Positive for COVID-19

As mass testing for COVID-19 began in key cities this week, Save the Children Philippines is calling on local officials to put in place protective measures for children who may face discrimination and stigma when parents or guardians test positive. Atty. Alberto Muyot, Chief Executive Officer of Save the Children Philippines, said a person’s health […]

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