Category Archives: Advocacy/Cause

How to dress for your body type

Wear anything that will make you happy. Cheers! Happy International Women’s Day!

Spread the Love by Reading Out Loud!

Sharing a worthwhile and inspiring activity I found through a newsletter sent by National Bookstore today. This is called Spread the Love by Reading Out Loud! The challenge will be able to help set-up libraries throughout the country. The mechanics said that for every 75 videos posted, NBS will help set up one library in a public school….

Toys for children survivor

It’s Christmas day in a few days, have you completed your shopping list for the holidays? If you are going to shop for toys and if you have an extra budget to buy for more kids, please include the children survivors of typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). It is said that toys play a big role in…

A Christmas Book Drive 2013

Here’s another way to help our brethren in the typhoon-affected areas. We can buy and donate pre-selected books from National Bookstore. The project aims to build more libraries for the benefit of typhoon victims. The project runs from Nov. 15 to Dec. 31, 2013. Let’s help put the smile back on the faces of children…

Misaligned Eyes

It’s not uncommon for adults to suffer from strabismus; for some adults it begins during childhood, while other adults develop it well into their adulthood. Strabismus is a condition where the sufferer’s eyes are misaligned, which can sometimes cause debilitating double vision. While strabismus itself isn’t dangerous, because of the double vision, the effects of…

The will to stop smoking

I’ve read a post about the smoking dilemma of an overseas worker. The guy is working in Australia and he wrote a very detailed post about how he started smoking and how it helped him cope with the stresses of his jobs. Though he didn’t mention about Padron cigars, he said no matter how hard…

For humanitarian causes

Red Cross is my husband’s favorite humanitarian organization. He used to be a Red Crosser or a Red Cross volunteer when he was younger. He and many others were trained to do basic first aid. They visited several provinces to conduct first aid training courses. He was able to apply these skills in several instances….