(Manila, Philippines) - The search is ongoing for the gamer who can apply his or her video racing skills to real-life circuit driving. Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) recently introduced the GT Academy to the country, opening doors to Filipinos wanting to break into the racing profession. With … [Read more...]

Still Screened

When you're a writer, you should learn how to carefully observe things, get their meanings, and transform your thoughts into words. Earlier today, I was sitting at a restaurant that was known as a family restaurant. While I was waiting for the food to come, I had the slightest observation - … [Read more...]

“Becoming lesser of me”: Of self-assessment

“I become lesser and lesser of me every day. That’s compared to everyone else.” Comparison can be a deadly word for some. What it feels like to live everyday as a soul teeming with insecurities is terrible as we know it. The thin line between being meek and lacking self-confidence is a frizzy … [Read more...]

Voice Care for Teachers Workshop in Imus Cavite

On May 12, 2015, the Voice Care for Teachers workshop was conducted for 30 teachers of Harrell Horne Integrated School in Imus, Cavite. The day started with a 30-minute devotion, a daily ritual of the school, led by Pastor Jenet Damaso. The first half of the one-day workshop was facilitated by … [Read more...]

Gorgeously Unphotoshopped: Selected “Pretty Hurts” quotes from Solenn Heussaff and Georgina Wilson’s BESTIES Book

“Do not read beauty magazines. They will only make you feel ugly.” – The Sunscreen Song Look around, or, at least look at that corner in the supermarket where  men typically stop and daydream for a while. This is no liquor section for certain but the way they gaze at each majestic piece of … [Read more...]