5 Blogger Tips When Attending Media Events (and #CONNECT2018)

I have always been intrigued on creating a post like this. Now, while I may not have the (acceptable) number of years about blogging professionally to be considered credible, I would just like to share some insights on what I have learned and observed in the several events I’ve been to, ever since Encyclopevia has […]

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Free Manicure and More at Nailaholics on National Pampering Day

I can’t believe it has been a year ever since Nailaholics Nail Salon and Spa launched its very first National Pampering Day! I was so excited when I heard about it, considering I rarely go to nail salons; that is why you can imagine how I must’ve felt when they brought in the news that […]

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25 Celebrities in Empire East Lip-Sync Battle

How in the world can you get 25 celebrities to perform in one big event? Wonder no more, for Empire East has got you covered! Last December 13, Tuesday – all roads lead to Crossroads 77! Every year, the Empire East Marketing Team prepares for the in-house salespeople’s Christmas party, but this year we were privileged […]

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15 Couple Costumes to Try this Halloween 2016

It’s October once again, and what does that mean? Halloweeeeen! 🙂 Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.  It’s that one legal day in the calendar where you can wear whatever you want, and no other person can say anything about it. I have been a big fan of dressing up, and I have joined one […]

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Be Your Own Health Artist at the Health and Wellness Fair 2016

Being a nurse has allowed me to learn more about the human body, its strengths, weaknesses, potentials, conversions, mutations, capacity and inabilities to regenerate, multiply and heal, etc. I believe that you will always have a choice to take in things that will make you stronger, and avoid other facets that may mark you otherwise. […]

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A Piano Concert You Can, in Any Way Not Miss

Abelardo Galang II is a world-renowned Filipino piano artist. And he is my uncle. In Butuan, where my dad and his siblings, including Tito Abel (how I call him) grew up, it is a common knowledge that a kid bearing the Galang surname is well-adept in playing the piano. My grandmom is a directress of […]

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