Shining in their own industries, they continue to break the glass ceiling, holding the torch high so that others may find their way through mazes of discrimination and misogyny to take their rightful positions as leaders.
One of her best investments says Bea Alonzo is her farm in Zambales.
She bought the land in 2011, and her mother Mary Anne oversaw its development.
It’s easy to say that love knows no boundaries, but it’s another thing to prove it. Our Glow Up case study this week, Angela Gallanosa, walks her talk. Angela and her fiance Kirill Vasiliskovs made their long-distance relationship work, but it was more challenging than the usual love story because of their cultural differences. OneContinue reading “Glow Up: Bride to Be Makeup and Fashion Styling + Prenup photoshoot”
Glow Up #ShortGirlProblems. That’s what the Style Council is going to deal with this week! Reina Hispanoamericana 2018 Winwyn Marquez and Miss World Philippines 2019 Michelle Dee will be the dependable experts who will help Jericel Alvarez feel confident despite her petite stance. Joining them is this week’s guest style council member, Kris Bernal, who was previously bashedContinue reading “[Glow Up] Fashion and Styling Tips for Short Women”
Earlier this year, I got an offer to work for a digital platform. I thought it was a digital marketing agency which needed content writers. I’m glad it was Kumu. What is Kumu anyway? Kumu is livestream app “that prioritizes the voices of over 100 million Filipinos around the world.” By livestreaming in the app,Continue reading “Happy to be part of Kumu, A Filipino Livestreaming and Social App”
I just want to spread hope and inspiration during these trying times. Today is day 15 of the enhanced community quarantine. In the Philippines where I am from, the COVID-19 positive cases have reached almost 1, 500 as of this writing. The least thing that I can do is to spark some positivity. I haveContinue reading “Watch: Teaching Students Who Live Under a Bridge in the Philippines”