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Nutritious Pregnancy Tea to Avoid Risk during Pregnancy

Nutritious Pregnancy Tea to Avoid Risk during Pregnancy

Nowadays, most pregnant women wonder about their pregnancy period because it is really crucial to choose the right diet and eating habits, especially when they have doubts about whether tea is safe or not. Of course, tea contains polyphenols that play an important role in protecting the heart and antioxidants. In addition to this, herbal teas may lower one’s risk of developing cancer as well as protects one from different health issues. Apart from that, it contains other nutrients that…

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Paradizoo: Power Of Three Promotes – Free Agri-Education

Paradizoo: Power Of Three Promotes – Free Agri-Education

Mendez, Cavite– Paradizoo, one of Zoomanity Group parks, re-unfolds Power of Three (floral, vegetable and agri-livestock festival), from January to March 2018. This event aims to promote inclusive growth in the field of Agriculture, inviting over 20,000 students, farmers and other public and private sectors to focus and understand the benefits of growing agricultural sector in our country. Paradizoo recently opened a Learning Institute accredited by DA-ATI. For the Power of Three, Paradizoo will offer free seminars on flower, vegetable,…

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Welcome to Coffee Break with Krissie!

Welcome to Coffee Break with Krissie!

I’ve decided to start a new segment for this blog with my really good friend, Krissie. The idea is very simple, and it’s to check out coffee from different local coffee shops. Please remember that we’re not really experts (obviously), but we do drink coffee a lot– actually, we are powered by coffee and are dependent on it, and this is just something that we have been meaning to do for quite some time now. Basically, we will just be…

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Nowhere Girl Vlogs | Climbing Mt. Paliparan, Tanay, Rizal

Nowhere Girl Vlogs | Climbing Mt. Paliparan, Tanay, Rizal

Last June 24th, my work friends and I trekked Mt. Paliparan. We’ve been planning for it for nearly a month, and to be honest, excited though I was, the thought of trekking again after over a year of no rigorous physical activity frightened me. Nonetheless, it was an incomparable and unforgettable experience which I am grateful to have been a part of. To be even more honest, this was the first mountain I reached the peak of. My previous hikes…

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22 Prime, Discovery Suites

22 Prime, Discovery Suites

22 Prime is the perfect place to take one’s significant other on a special date night or anniversary. It is also the right place to seal business deals or enjoy a brunch with one’s family on a Sunday morning. Located on the 22nd floor of Discovery Suites in Ortigas Center, 22 Prime is a high-end steakhouse that offers mouth-watering dishes. Here are some of the dishes I’ve tried on my visit: For starters, we were served lobster bisque which is…

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Ban Be Ca Phe, Antipolo

Ban Be Ca Phe, Antipolo

Ban Be Ca Phe is a Vietnamese-Filipino restaurant located at Upper Antipolo. This charming space is just a few meters shy from Robinson’s Antipolo and offers very affordable Vietnamese dishes. The cafe, technically, has three parts: a veranda, and inside a dining area at the right side and a traditional Vietnamese sitting area on the left side, which, in my opinion, gives so much Kumbaya vibes. LOL Kidding aside, I find the interior both creative and unique. I went here last May…

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Coffee Book, Congressional Avenue

Coffee Book, Congressional Avenue

  Coffee Book is located along Congressional Avenue in Quezon City. I went there yesterday with some friends I met at Artsy Cafe. I met some new friends too and had a blast. The cafe’s interiors were more of a restaurant type than the cozy and comfy cafe type that I was expecting. But true to its name, they have two tall built-in shelves filled with books of various genres perfect for bookworms.    Now to the best part: FOOD. Coffee…

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Artsy Cafe, Maginhawa

Artsy Cafe, Maginhawa

Artsy Café is a lovely nook situated in the heart of the Maginhawa food district. Lavishly decorated in vintage pieces, it gives off a very retro-vibe to anyone who comes in and while themed cafés are common, especially in the stretch of Maginhawa, what sets Artsy Café apart from others is their menu and affordability. These are the dishes that we were able to sample when we visited: We were first served with Kani Salad, which costs only 195php. It…

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GRAB Goes Cashless!

GRAB Goes Cashless!

I’m an avid user of Grab since mid-2015 and a few months back, they’ve launched their cashless feature. Now grab is officially launching this feature! So what does cashless really mean?  Cashless means you can now use your debit or credit card for your GrabCar trips! Just register your debit or credit cards with GrabPay! Experience hassle-free and efficient rides with Grab! Get Php100 off your next ride! Go cashless and enjoy P100 off your FIRST GrabPay ride with us…

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Asia E- Commerce Expo 2015 #AECoE

Asia E- Commerce Expo 2015 #AECoE

Asia E- Commerce Expo 2015 (#AECoE) will be at SMX Aura, Taguig on November 25, 2015, Wednesday and brought to you by TAG Media and Public Relations. #AECoE will give you a unique opportunity to learn from, and network with senior leaders from the biggest brands in Asia Pacific region and in which the leading e-commerce experts from emerging markets, award winning e-commerce players and established e-retailers in APAC gather under one roof. Industry leaders will share independent experiences and…

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