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Feb 03

How To Find Your One True Love

Unless Cupid is required to work three shifts in a day, 366 days in a year without time off and coffee breaks, it may be hard for you to find your one true love with over seven billion prospects living in the world. So help Cupid with his tasks by  working on these simple steps. …

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Jan 29

Half A Day In Bohol: A DIY Travel Guide

Want to go on a Bohol trip but got limited time? And your inner self has grown impatient that her whisper “what a shame” keeps banging in your head. For who could resist the beauty of Bohol’s beaches, the serenity of its hills, and the diversity of its wildlife? No one. Ready Gear up now. …

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Jan 21

Bohol To Manila By Land

So you missed to book a flight on special and the idea of a long sea trip on a stormy season would make you vomit, and you can’t just delay  the holiday that you have been dreaming of. Frustrating, eh? Well, go pack up as there are two bus lines that will take you from …

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Dec 16

The Sunny Side Bohol

I grew up in Bohol and it was only after college that I got a chance to step out from this scenic province. But I’ve never been to its eastern part until last week. Mixed feelings of anxiety and excitement had swept me away as I shoved myself on a public bus seat. Why? Because …

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Dec 15

Acer Philippines, Inc Gets Cebu Kong-nected

    The country’s leading technology brand Acer Philippines, Inc has brought Francis Kong to its Acer Academy Partners Night held last December 12, 2016 in the Queen City of the South. With theme “Are You Kong-nected?” Acer Philippines’ academy partners were gathered at the Quest Hotel Conference Center for the technology giant’s updates on …

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Dec 05

For The Love of Fred

November 21, 2016 wasn’t just an ordinary night at Fred’s Book Cafe. It was a night full of love – a love that comes in a flash, a love that leaves in a rush, a love that waits, a love that keeps on coming back, a love left unspoken, a love that’s gone forever, a …

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Dec 04

Giftgiving and Treeplanting: Relived A Childhood Ideal

To become an Ambassadress of Goodwill has been my dream since I was nine. Not only that I wanted to play a major role in saving humankind and Mother Earth but also, I found the title cooler than Ms. Universe. But as days became months and months became years and years became decades, that big …

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Dec 01

A Friday Night At Alfonso Pizzeria

(This isn’t a second-rate horror video game. Don’t expect talking bears or bunnies or scary animatronics here, just delectable pizza.)   Friday nights are supposed to be spent at home (not that I have a boring life. It’s just that I no longer look forward to weekends   and holidays as much as I did …

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Dec 01

Happy Birthday Sarah Ladeza

Since I can’t give her a ukulele on her birthday, the best thing I can do is not to bully her…at least for today. And I think backlinking is a kind of sweet surprise she will be thankful for. Sarah Ladeza and I barely know each other’s personal details so I really have no idea …

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Nov 30

3 Lessons I Learned From Losing Someone I Love

Losing someone we love is so painful that we neglect everything especially the lessons it brings. Three years ago, I lost my second child. It was the most painful phase that happened in my life but it was also the best teacher. So instead of mourning on his death anniversary, I choose to value the …

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