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Shawarma Gourmet is Baking Bliss

Though it was raining awfully hard, the delivery man still came over with my box of baked goodies from Shawarma Gourmet. This shows true grit, and commitment in service. The structure of the…

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Kick-start better habits and choices here

I once read a story about a woman named, Amanda Malcolm-Brown, who bartended in nightclubs where drinks were $17 each and a majority of people would pay-up, with a tip, no questions asked,…

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Study effectively

A majority of my education was at Cebu International School (CIS) and on my last two years of high school, I underwent the International Baccalaureate programme. I graduated in 2015 and established my…

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Life as a foreigner in a foreign country

can become very lonely if you do not invest the time into learning more about the place, people and culture. There are lands to explore, history to uncover and so much to learn…

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Cacao, food of the Gods

I love chocolate, but when organizations like Harvard Health Publishing discusses the health benefits (like improved memory) with chocolate consumption, then I am sure you will find more reasons to love Philippine-made chocolate in this article about JN CACAO.

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Does alcohol contribute to weight-gain?

I do not want to be a party-pooper but when an individual is stressed it can affect their sleeping patterns, dietary discipline, or management of stress. Some clients result to alcohol-intake because it…

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About the EP

Raine Baljak recently released her 6-track EP and this is the truth behind the lyrics of each song.

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Music is in my Blood

We all know Raine Baljak as Miss Cebu 2016, health and fitness coach at BaBeBoBs but we never knew she was a singer and songwriter at heart. Here’s her story uncovered.

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Portions Please

Last night’s dinner was Shabu-Shabu. We used an induction hob to heat the cast iron sukiyaki pot as we boiled chinese cabbage, negi onions, an assortment of mushroom, tofu and sliced pork meats.…

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The Poster Community

Imagine streets flooded with foreigners bending their heads down as they enter winding stores filled with bookshelves overstocked from floor to ceiling. The crowds that would dig through piles of toppling bookshelves or…

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Start with the Mindset to Finish in Gifu

Start with the Mindset to Finish is a workshop I conducted in Gifu, Japan to a youth audience of foreign residents in need of stress management, communication skills development and connecting to their community. Learn about the workshop in this article.

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NKC’s Kobe Factory Shunkoshiki

On December 2nd, 2020, I attended the Grand Opening of Nakanishi Metal Works Co. Ltd. (NKC)‘s newest bearing retainer manufacturing factory in Kobe, Japan. NKC held a Completion Ceremony, known as a shunkoshiki…

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Corona of Renaissance Captured by Cody

Beyond the unrealistic expectations and insecurity, Cody captures the true beauty of the subject in the purity of the situation. Discover the Corona of Renaissance Captured by Cody in this article.

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Quality Language Learning

An education can help you improve your situation in life and take you to places especially if you speak more than one language. Communication is key towards your learning and language acquisition, but how do you know if the education is really worth the time and finances?

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Unified Japan at Gifu Sekigahara Battlefield Memorial Museum

A unified Japan was the result from the Battle of Sekighara which took place on October 21, 1600. Bringing peace to the country for the 260 years after under the rule of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Discover the impressive Memorial Museum that will immerse you into the truth and history of Japan when they official open their doors to the public on October 21, 2020.

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JAPANESE POSTER POWER

JAPANESE POSTER POWER is an investment into exlusive and rare masterpieces made to standout on your wall. Here’s why.

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Strength of Sanrio

The illustrious F CLUB gathers strong and brilliant poised professional women of various industries for an evening of exchange to examine the current business climate, discuss the political change of power and of…

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Sexy Shawarma Service

Life is special, and should never be taken for granted; and that is why we value our health, and must take the utmost care of it. With health as our priority, especially with…

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Breathe

Dear friend, There are demons that lurk in the depths of the mind and burst at the blast of a trigger in real-life. We each hold our own demons inside, but you cannot…

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Philippines vs Japan handling COVID19

Personal space dictates how one communicates, works and lives, especially in Japan, far more than in any other country worldwide. I was predominantly raised in Asia, specifically in the Philippines, and for a…

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COVID-19 screwed the Economy

Before 2020, the economy was booming through globalization. Where individuals (aka the consumer) could easily exit their home and move which allows trade to occur. Travel allows trade and trading is essential to…

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Managing Pain

Pain can prevent us from focusing productively. Learn how and where pain is felt and how you can address it.

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Sedentary Effects

In February of 2017, I earned my Ashtanga and Restorative Yoga Teacher Training from Ken Harakuma (of the International Yoga Centre of Japan) and during my training, I learnt about the negative effects…

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