By Erica Paredes
I have always enjoyed my visits to Cebu. I love how it has all the comforts of a cosmopolitan city but the charm of a small town. As a Manila girl, it’s fantastic that, whenever I’m there, I could head to the beach in just half an hour.
By Tessa G. Mangahas
When I was a grade school student at St. Scholastica’s College Manila, one of the many religious practices my parents taught me was the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Every First Friday, my mom would bring me to the circular chapel of the old Ateneo de Manila campus on Padre Faura, Manila, to attend the Mass in honor of the Sacred Heart.
KnockoutBy Ria Francisco-Prieto
I love coconut water. When I was pregnant with my first child, my dad would bring coconut from the market once a week so I could have fresh coconut water. This practice carried on in all my pregnancies and I believe it’s one of the reasons I never experienced UTI.
Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
When champions meet you can be totally sure you’re in for a great show, palangga.
UncoveREDBy Mara Santillan Miano
It’s basically applying Coco Chanel’s adage to makeup: Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.