With all the environmental threats that our earth is facing right now, it is best to equip the present and future generations with awareness and feasible means to ensure the survival of our planet. Teaching our kids about the environment can sometimes be a little tricky. However, catching and engaging their attention with something more appealing to them can make the job a bit easier.
As the prices of commodities continue to rise, we are challenged to find ways to save in order to make the most of our hard-earned money. A big chunk, if not most, of our monthly earnings go towards the bills, and they just horrifyingly rise every year! It is best to look at some areas where we can chip off some costs. Let's look at some efficient energy-saving tips that can save us some money in our pockets.
As the autumn season comes this way, we wouldn't miss seeing apple trees in bloom. Once again, it is this time of the year when the perfectly sweet scent of apples in the air tickles our senses. Apples are considered one of the most favourited fruits of people from all over the world. Why don't we learn some interesting facts about this naturally healthy and delicious fruit?
Memories flood my social media account everyday. As I look fondly at a photo from last year of me and my four-month old baby, I am guessing that it did not ever hint the turmoil I was suffering inside. Who would ever know? I was all smiles, and mums were supposed to be exemplars of strength.
I am at the point of motherhood where I am enjoying every minute of it, because I realised how quickly time has flown. Literally, this is what I was told by so many well-meaning people before. I secretly laughed inside thinking, "What a joke!" Well, that was when I was at the most sleep-deprived moment of my life.
Dried fish, daing, tuyo, bulad—not one Filipino (even the well-off ones) would not recognise this food. Although considered as a poor man’s food, most Filipinos from all walks of life have had this on their tables.