We had high hopes for 2020 -- we had our goals and dreams for the year, plans, and projects we wanted to take on, people and places we wanted to see...
Almost 2 months into ECQ because of Covid-19 and we continue to find ways on how to cope. Let me share 2 significant things that will help you get through this crisis easier.
Heart-warming stories from the Philippines under lockdown have been captured in Mother's Day advertisements released by McDonalds Philippines and PLDT Home.
It's COVID-19 everywhere we look. And it scares us big time. It gives us anxiety. Uncertainty. And it definitely tests our faith.
We both were teaching at the same campus in Miriam College. He was with the high school department while I was in the college unit. We’ve never met, until one day my daughter Jess, who was organizing Pecha Kucha in Hamilton said that her high school teacher would be presenting his coffee painting artworks.
Filipino celebrities have been serving the nation in many ways during the lockdown, from performing in online fundraisers to assist frontliners and the poor, to encouraging others to stay healthy.
Rio de Janeiro's iconic Christ the Redeemer statue projected the Philippine flag with the words "Salamat (Thank you) and "Pag-asa (Hope)" to honor Filipino medical frontliners.
Overseas Filipino student Kelly Abagat went on Good News Pilipinas TV and shared the story of her battle with the COVID-19 infection alone at home in Berlin, Germany.
University of Santo Tomas Hospital (USTH) resident doctor Carmina Fuentebella was able to celebrate her birthday as a COVID-19 survivor.
It has been more than a month since the lockdown and we continue to cope with the Covid-19 crisis in different ways. Day by day, we safeguard our physical, mental & emotional health. A lot of times, we extend help to others, and more often than not, we ourselves, seek out help, as well.
Volunteer group #SilentHeroesPH has been quietly passing out Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), supplies, and vitamins to help stop infections among frontliners in the fight against COVID 19.
Nurse Rachelle Christy Rizon-Clavano shared the inspiring story of her husband and fellow nurse, Denver Clavano, and his journey towards COVID-19 healing.