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It started as a whisper. First the adults started saying it. Only in small groups.  Biting their tongue before they were sure that it was okay. That people would understand. What is it anyway? Kids say it, too. Some of them learned it at school. Now it’s on everybody’s tongue. Everybody’s Facebook feed. Everybody’s Instagram...
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‘Tis the season to frolick to the malls in a frenzied craze, in search for the perfect gifts for loved ones. Ah, the holidays. There’s nothing like the madness of last minute Christmas shopping that makes you want to pull your hair out and hole up at home to avoid the holiday rush. But more...
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Getting lost in a foreign place can be a terrifying experience. Unfamiliar characters etched on street signs and looks of confusion on locals’ faces as we ask them for directions can leave us feeling disoriented and vulnerable. It’s easy to turn the wrong street and find ourselves somewhere we didn’t intend to go. But when...
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For many, backpacking has always held a certain type of allure. The thought of trading your daily routine for a nomadic lifestyle, even just for a few days, has probably crossed your mind. Yet most people leave these thoughts as just that–lush dreams that will never see the light of the day. I’m too busy....
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The Philippines is a country ripe with local produce and livestock, thanks to its favorable climate and abundant natural resources. Yet despite the obvious and vast potential for agriculture in the country, the industry has been declining over the years. In fact, reports show that only 25.96% of Filipino workers are employed in the industry,...
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It’s easy easier to practice mindfulness when you’re sitting on your yoga mat in the middle of an airconditioned room with meditation music playing in the background. When you’re in stop-and-go traffic, waiting for your delayed flight to board, or trying to find your way around a crowded tourist spot? It’s a little harder. Between taking photos...
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With the season of giving just around the corner, these local brands and advocacies can help you do good whether you’re booking your next getaway and planning your next meal or decorating your living space and gift shopping for loved ones. (Some of these might not have anything to do with vacations and gift-giving, but they’re...
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Poverty made me timid, hopeless, and afraid. It made me hungry as well. But poverty became my asset to chase my dreams for my family, community, and country. I dream of communities where no one is hungry, where no one is a slave, where no one is homeless or landless in his/her own country.
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The fight for environmental sustainability, inclusive business practices, and locally produced goods is tough – but it’s not lonely. In BPI Sinag, BPI Foundation gathers a group of the country’s up and coming social enterprises for weeks of sharing and learning, planning and developing, and pitching and funding. Now on it its fourth year and with the help of Bayan...
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The fight for environmental sustainability, inclusive business practices, and locally produced goods is tough – but it’s not lonely. In BPI Sinag, BPI Foundation gathers a group of the country’s up and coming social enterprises for weeks of sharing and learning, planning and developing, and pitching and funding. Now on it its fourth year and with...
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