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If you’re a typical digital denizen, this blog post is probably just one among dozens of articles crowding your news feed. Your news feed, in turn, is likely just one among dozens of information sources vying for your attention. Why … Read more…

You Can’t Pour If Your Glass Is Empty: Resourcing for Trying Times

The arrival of the “-ber” months in the Philippines typically ushers in a period of unusually frantic activity. The irony behind having the longest Christmas season in the world is that, by the end of it, hardly anyone has the … Read more…

Making the Most of a Brand New School Year

This year marks the official transition of the Philippines’ tertiary education school opening to August from June. While the advantages and disadvantages of the shift have continued to be debated, the fact remains that the start of any new school … Read more…

Pulling Off a Midyear Reboot

And just like that, half of 2019 is gone and we’ve got only six months left to accomplish the goals we’d set for ourselves this year. For many of us, the resolutions we created last January are no longer anything … Read more…

Finding Families of Choice

In our last three posts, we focused on the theme of “self-parenting” under the premise that our mothers and fathers are only responsible for raising us in the earlier stages of our lives. As we grow (and hopefully mature!) as … Read more…