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You will never go hungry if you have a backyard!

We went to IRIGA Cirreeeeh!!! A charming city where I was born and raised to become the beautiful and brilliant woman that I am now… charot!! Bitbit ang kids, we drove to Camarines Sur to stay with my parents for 2 months. It’s sort of a business, pleasure, and everything-in-between kind of a visit. But, for the most part, it’s …

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Are you a New Parent? You MUST read this!

Becoming a parent is a tough job. Between sleep deprivation and unlimited dirty diapers, there are plenty of important things to take care of – this includes thinking about your family’s future and security. Yes, the topic is about securing your family with insurance and an investment. WAIT, WAIT, WAIT! DON’T PRESS THAT EXIT BUTTON JUST YET! Read the 3 …

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Planning a Catholic Baptism: 10 Practical Tips

The event to officially welcome me to the enchanting world of party-planning was my daughter’s Baptism. A baptism (also called Christening) is a celebration of life, faith, and culture wherein we welcome our children into the Christian faith. With your family and loved ones to celebrate the occasion, you’ll have a heartwarming and blessed sacrament. Since there is plenty of …

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Changing Your Philippine Passport To Your Married Name

Last year, we applied for Baby Rigel’s passport and since one adult gets to apply together with the infant via the Courtesy Lane (no online appointment needed), I decided to finally update my Philippine passport to my married name, too. If you’re planning to change your passport from your maiden name to your married name, here’s a simple guide for …

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Filipino Superstitions about Pregnancy

Lately, I’ve had a lot of encounters with Filipino superstitions about pregnancy because, yes, I’m pregnant… again! Having been born and raised in the province, these superstitious beliefs (pamahiin) are not new to me at all. In fact, there are pamahiin for almost everything: marriage, building a house, pregnancy, funeral, etc. It’s become part of the Pinoy culture. I myself practice …

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