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Pinay.com | October 26, 2014

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Great Discounts for Fashion Savvy Shoppers

Oct. 18, 2014 | 1

Attention financially-savvy, fashion forward shoppers! Nordstrom is pleased to announce the latest Nordstrom Promo Code and promotions available to date. Click now and get the code to take advantage of additional savings. Available for a limited time.

We know that discounts are always nice and for Nordstrom discounts are especially nice, because they sell luxury items with higher value and quality. So, here’s a chance for you to get prices that won’t break your bank.

Nordstrom understands the lifecycle of [...]Read More

Save Valuable Money with Sears Coupon Savings!

Oct. 18, 2014 |

Shop your way at Sears online with Sears Coupons—Great deals and savings for you and your family! No matter if it’s for your home, work, projects, or for your garden—Sears coupons have got you covered with savings on all types of purchases.

Click Sears Coupon links you can use:

Save $50 Off $300 Appliances + Up to 30% Off Super Buys + Free Delivery
Get $5 Off $50 + Free Shipping
Get $35 Off $300 + Free Shipping
Up to 35% Off Kenmore Appliances + [...]Read More

Blog Count: (7) Meet Pinay Traveller

Oct. 8, 2014 |

I guess travelers do find fellow travelers. Our feature blogger, Pinay Traveller, found Pinay.com’s Blog Count series “informative and inspiring” and has reached out to us about what she does. Of course, we found her travel blog fascinating.

Pauline, a media practitioner based in Manila, has been chronicling her travels in the Philippines and abroad for the past six years. Along with her travel stories are tips and guides about visiting a place or country. Her blog’s [...]Read More

5 Reasons Why Nordstrom Can Be Your Personal Shopper

Oct. 3, 2014 |

Because we Filipinas generally have dark hair, brown eyes, and olive fair to brown skin then retail shopping takes personalization to resonate with our particular shapes, styles, and shades.

And when it comes to wanting your personal vogue, American upscale fashion retailer Nordstrom comes in. Take advantage of Nordstrom’s personal shopper, blog, lookbooks and their international online store.

Nordstrom personal stylists

Before Nordstrom, where could one go for a personal shopper to custom pick clothes for YOU? Well, now you [...]Read More

Filipina Teacher Gives Inmates Second Chance

Oct. 1, 2014 |

Anecia Zapata, a Filipina elementary teacher for almost two decades, never thought she would be teaching in an unlikely classroom like the provincial jail with students in trying circumstances.

That was in 2009 when Ma’am Amy, as she is fondly called at the South Cotabato Rehabilitation and Detention Center, became a mobile teacher. Unlike the traditional teaching job, the Alternative Learning System (ALS) mobile teacher moves from place to place.

Zapata’s direct supervisor offered her the district [...]Read More

7 Healthy Sparkling Tips From Breakfast to Dinner

Sept. 26, 2014 | 1

Being healthy shouldn’t be hard, it’s pretty simple, just think whole, fresh, and natural—unprocessed! Plant-based and vegan of course should also be on the list. I’m sure you’ve heard the popular phrase “You are what you eat” and it’s quite true.  Every 21 days our skin renews and the nutrients we put into our bodies are what makes up the new skin cells. So if we want to sparkle on the outside, we have to first sparkle on [...]Read More

Blog Count: (6) Meet Jenny’s Serendipity

Sept. 24, 2014 |

Blogging was just a hobby at first till it became an obsession, a good obsession, actually. It all worked out for Jenny Serendipity. Today, she has over 89,700 plus views on her home page and she is making a living out of blogging.

Jenny Bichara, her real name, is from the Philippines’ Bicol Region. She has lived in California and now resides in Naga City. She has a lot to do with our site. As our publisher [...]Read More

Artist’s New Paintings Inspired by Mango

Sept. 19, 2014 |

“It looks like a sacred heart,” I said as I took a photograph for facebook.

I was in the Philippines, on a bus in Palawan with my partner. It was the late Winter of 2012, and we were en route to Puerto Princesa. We were, as was normal, eating mangos we had bought from the market under the one-bedroom apartment we had been renting on the mainstreet of El Nido. We had been able to rent the [...]Read More

I See You: From One Divine Soul to Another

Sept. 17, 2014 | 2

Sawa bona. (I see you.)  

Sikhona. (I am here.)

Also translated as: Until you see me I do not exist. When you see me, you bring me into existence. ~ Traditional Greeting from the Samburu tribe of North Africa

We are all interconnected.  The need for validation comes from the feeling of wanting to belong somewhere.  Each of us wants to feel acknowledged, important, valued and loved.  But even as we crave to be recognized, [...]Read More

Golfer Annyka Cayabyab: Young Star on the Rise

Sept. 12, 2014 |

Pampanga-native golf champion Annyka Chanel Pineda-Cayabyab has been hugging the news following her successes in international tournaments in the United States. She is just 10 years old.

Cayabyab started in the sport professionally three years earlier and she amazes with her foray into major cups. She has collected several trophies and medals in a short period of time and has made her home country and family proud.

Last  month, she won the championship in Veritas, in California. [...]Read More

Blog Count: (5) Meet Czech the Flip

Sept. 10, 2014 |

The last time we checked Czech the Flip was visiting Czech Republic’s North Bohemia with her family. A few months ago, she was camping with family and friends at Vltava. Our featured blogger is Grace, a Filipina in her late 30s. She describes her blog as “musings of a Flipino mom about life in the Czech Republic.”

Our Pinay abroad, obtained a Bachelor of Science in Food Technology degree in the University of the Philippines and worked [...]Read More

Spoonful of Flavors, First Ever Intercollegiate Cookfest, at Sta Lucia Mall

Sept. 6, 2014 | 1

Pinay.com was one of the proud sponsors of Spoonful of Flavors 2014, an intercollegiate cookfest held by Sta. Lucia Department Store. Read More

7 Sparkling Tips to a Long Distance Relationship

Sept. 5, 2014 |

I am in a long distance relationship. Yes, I know it’s difficult. Yes, I know a startling number of long distance relationships don’t last. But that does not stop my partner and me from trying. We have been in a long distance relationship and our love has not dwindled at all. Sure, it may get lonely at times, but there are a lot of different ways we ensure that we are always there to listen, support, and be [...]Read More

Feeling Down? Essayist Says Rewrite Your Story

Sept. 3, 2014 |

I’ve been thinking a lot about stories. The stories that we tell each other and the stories we tell ourselves. I remember one of the stories I used to tell myself was that I was damaged, unable to be repaired.  Because I believed this story for so many years, I never ever shone my light.  My true self remained hidden because I had bought into a lie told to me repeatedly by others.

Part of [...]Read More

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