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You could be this instead.
INTP, ENFJ, extrovert, introvert, Scorpio, Sagittarius—we love to fit ourselves with labels and descriptions in an effort to better understand ourselves and others. But the thing with labels is that they’re not always all-encompassing, and in the case of extrovert and introvert, ...
 
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Three five-star resorts in Metro Manila are also among the safest hotels in the world right now.
After 10 months and counting of lockdown, we’re all feeling a little cabin feverish. Thankfully, domestic travel is becoming more and more of a possibility as the industry fine-tunes its health regulations to ensure a safe experience for all hotel and restaurant ...
 
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It will reopen at a later date.
Makati Shangri-La is the latest hotel hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has closed countless businesses due to extended lockdowns and halting economic activity.In a letter obtained by Summit Media, Shangri-La Group's Vice President of Operations (Philippines) John Rice stated that ...
 
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The attack.
“It’s not you, it’s me.”Science is finally here to back up that cliché breakup line.Move aside Myers-Briggs and (god forbid) astrology. There’s a new personality test going around, and it’s getting down to the nitty-gritty personality details that we really want to ...
 
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Because apparently, 2020 was so bad that it could be compared to a zombie movie.
Don’t listen to what your mother says. It might be better for your mental health if you stay up watching those R-rated zombie, horror, and apocalyptic movies.According to new research published by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, and ...
 
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Only Japan beat us!
Looks like the Philippines is primed to be a huge travel spot once COVID-19 goes away. Our beaches and islands have been bagging travel awards left and right, and this time, it’s the entire country that scored a major travel recognition from ...
 
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There are over 150,000 Filipino nurses in the U.S., all of whom brave the pandemic every day.
Filipino nurses, at home and abroad, have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, with many falling sick and ultimately dying of the disease. Over 22 million have been infected with COVID-19 in the U.S.A., the worst-hit country in the world, ...
 
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Astronauts captured these photos from space.
There are few things beautiful about Earth these days, especially up close. The planet has become an ugly mess of things until you look at things from very far away. Like from space. (It is also our wish to get as far ...
 
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Your friendly neighbourhood ectomorph mixes strength, speed and cardio for functional fitness that still looks good in spandex, with help from PT George Ashwell
Five years ago, when a virtually unknown actor by the name of Tom Holland was auditioning to play the third incarnation of Spiderman in 13 years, he decided to break out the big guns. With rumours circulating that Holland was close to ...
 
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Protective without being medical grade.
The coppermask, usually worn by celebrities, is not medical-grade, the Department of Health said Wednesday but it doesn't mean that the masks are entirely useless.The trendy and expensive Coppermask is not included in the Food and Drug Administration's list of medical face masks, or those that ...
 
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Doing the local travel industry proud.
After starting the new year with almost as many controversies in as many days, we’ve finally got some good news to share: Boracay and Palawan are once again hailed as top-tier destination spots after Conde Nast ranked the two beaches as among ...
 
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Hook yourself up with the latest in at-home fitness.
We don't have to tell you that the last 365 days torpedoed a lot of good intentions right out of the water, including many intentions about health and fitness. With gyms closed, and then open but questionable, some people built home gyms in ...
 
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Gray hair might be a sign you need to meditate more.
White hair in your 30s isn’t just genetic. It’s also because of stress. We’ve all heard the saying that stress causes white hair, and you can put it aside as an old wives’ tale, but it won’t make it any less true.According ...
 
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The pandemic was not kind to small local businesses.
2020 was tough on all of us both personally and professionally. The global pandemic took its toll on small, local businesses, especially ones that had fewer resources than big-name chains and thrived on foot traffic passing by corner-street brick-and-mortar shops. Below, we ...
 
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“The reason why I decided to own this statistic is because I wanted to humanize the statistic."
In the Philippines, over 470,000 Filipinos have been diagnosed with COVID-19, and luckily, over 430,000 have survived. Less than 10,000 Filipinos have died from this coronavirus. While tributes have been made left and right to the civilians and frontliners we’ve lost to ...
 
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Confessions from a work-from-home Filipino who's having a hard time juggling everything
Every day, I am grateful for the privilege of having a stable job during a  pandemic, especially since many have been laid off as the economy slowed down. I’m also very lucky that I am allowed to work from home as it ...
 
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Leave the unneeded baggage behind.
We’re about to put up new calendars again, and we’re hoping that the incoming year would give is more things to be hopeful about. Before we get into it, however, it’s important to leave things that are holding you back in 2020, ...
 
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Don't grow lax.
The Philippines has reported over 452,000 COVID-19 cases and is now one of the worst hit countries in Asia. Yet, just a few days ago, Canada, which has a population that’s only a third of the Philippines’, overtook us with over 475,000 ...
 
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The Filipino frontliner is global.
May Parsons, a Filipino nurse, administered the first ever COVID-19 vaccination in the U.K., Britain's envoy to the Philippines said Tuesday, in a testament to the global reach of Filipino frontliners.Parsons vaccinated 90-year-old Margaret Keenan in full view of TV cameras in the UK using a Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. ...
 
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It's been 365 days since patient zero experienced his first symptoms.
After more than eight months of mind-numbing lockdown, it feels as though COVID-19 has been around forever, when it’s only been around for one year—exactly on this day, as a matter of fact. December 1 marks COVID-19’s first year plaguing the planet. ...
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