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Nine empowered Pinays in the Philippines who leave a little sparkle wherever they go will be talking to at least a thousand pinays this Saturday, April 16, 2016, at the BDJ Women’s Summit: Women Helping Women, sharing their experiences that will inspire you to grow and shine, and (more…)
Gliceria Marella was born in Taal, Batangas on May 13, (more…)
I love Christmas. And in the Visayan islands of (more…)
Part 2 of 2 of “The Art of Loving Oneself” by Dr Joy Barredo
In Part 1, Dr. Joy guides readers on exploring how/why they may not be loving themselves and shared quick tips how people can appreciate themselves more. Here now in Part 2, Dr. Joy (more…)
It’s time to embrace your glamorous side and flaunt it this coming September at the BDJ Box Social Global Glam! Happening this September 13, 2015 at Glorietta 2 Activity Center!
In the Philippines, the word “politician” (more…)
We want to help Pinays sparkle and shine in every way possible. Our mission is to help you be beautiful inside and out. So, we asked Sari Campos, an accomplished makeup artist based in Manila to help us navigate the world of beauty, and she indulged (more…)
Belle de Jour Power Planner, the perfect planner for the modern-day Filipina who wants to live life to the fullest, is inviting you to join the BDJ Rendezvous Event entitled A Woman Who Matters.
Empowering Filipinas for 9 years now, BDJ has evolved into a community (more…)
People would sometimes see her in church or in the street wearing her simple plain pants and printed blouse or shirt. She never fails to smile and say “thank you” whenever people kiss her hand as a sign of respect. Whenever she’s at home, you would often see (more…)
Let’s bring the old sayings of Bahala na (or Bathala na) into the 21st century by uplifting and shifting the meanings to higher consciousness.
These 10 translations enlighten situations and deepen our understanding of the hidden wisdom of saying “Bahala na” that many times is translated as flippant fatalism or (more…)