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Fighting The Unseen Enemy: COVID-19 in A Nutshell

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Singing the Enhanced Community Quarantine Away! (Part 1)

I guess most nations or countries these days are putting their people under lockdown, in view of the Novel Corona Virus 2019 outbreak (COVID-19). Here in the Philippines, our President had put the entire Luzon, which is one of our main islands, under what the government called the Enhanced Community Quarantine. Accordingly, effective 16 March …

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Rest If You Must

Dear Tina, I, yourself, am writing this open letter to somehow help you process what you're going through. You had been sick and fatigued in the past few days after juggling your grueling law school midterm exams preparations and work. In the recent two years of your working student life, taking up mostly review subjects, …

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A Short Tribute to All My Fellow Teachers

In case I haven't told you yet, I was fortunate to serve as a public school/college instructor at a state college here in the Philippines. Then, I used to teach Basic English (Study and Thinking Skills), General Psychology, Speech, undergraduate Philippine Constitution and History, and Business English. My students ranged from freshmen to senior students. …

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Anxious to Worry-free: Protect Your Open Tote in 5 Ways

To zip-top tote or open tote? During my college years and early law school years, I would usually carry all my school stuff with a zip-top tote. However, when I started working while in law school, my everyday load increased. That's when I started considering open totes. But mind you, it wasn't that easy at …

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Maybelline’s City Heat is How I Want My Lipstick to Be!

I am no stranger to Maybelline lipsticks. Three years ago, I purchased one of their Creamy Mattes in a nude pink color. While I liked its color, degree of moisturization, and ease of application, it didn't really strike me as a one-of-a-kind lippie. Because of this, I became curious on what this newest lip product …

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Blogging Tools: Five (5) Free Tools I Use as a Newbie Blogger

A short history of my current blogging status If you have been following this blog for quite some time, you'll remember that I worked previously as a civil servant or government employee. As such, I did technical writing for the most part. Most of my previous works were meant for military men and stakeholders from the …

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Freelance Writing: Five Major Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Freelance writing is a great way to earn money, develop one’s writing and proofreading skills, and establish one’s reputation as a writer. This occupation is becoming increasingly popular because of the perks one can get from it. Becoming a freelance writer enables you to have a schedule that fits your lifestyle. This means you'll have some …

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