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Tish Leizens

Tish Leizens is a great believer in asking lots of questions. That was how she was trained as a business journalist for newspapers and magazines. That was how she survived trying moments in her personal life and how she navigated a successful career and business in media. In 1997, she asked, “Why not?” And so, she moved from Manila to New York City. It was and continues to be a great adventure. After stints as a reporter for Manila Chronicle and Manila Times; correspondent for The Straits Times and Gulf News; Tish worked as editor for Conde Nast, and later edited and published her own regional magazines, OurHouse and Excursions. OurHouse, sold in bookstores chains in the East Coast, was nationally recognized for its innovative approach to magazine publishing. Tish has lectured at the New York Public Library on how to launch a magazine and other topics related to publishing. She was featured in CNN Money in 2010.

Posts By Tish Leizens

Blog Count: (9) Meet Shai Coggins

You can see as soon as you flip through her blog pages that Shai Coggins, a 40-year old Filipina-Australian, is imaginative and creative. She likes painting in oils, dabbling in acrylic and mixed media, pen/ink and watercolors. She actually likes a lot of things. This Pinay, married to an English-Aussie man, (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (8) Meet Sampaguita Girl

We love working with passionate people. Sampaguita Girl or M.T. Vallarta or Maria is one of them. At 22, she is not afraid to take on big topics; her stage is the Internet; and her community are all of us Pinays who sometimes forget to celebrate who we are and (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (7) Meet Pinay Traveller

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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 (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (5) Meet Czech the Flip

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 (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (4) Meet the Healthy Pinay

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At 22, Mirabai Sebastian, the Healthy Pinay, knows what she wants. She wants to be healthy, definitely, and only way she wants to do it is the vegan way. “I’m 100% vegan and highly advocate this lifestyle as I believe in animal rights, equality and living cruelty-free. Finding this path was (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (3) Meet Chachic’s Book Nook

She is a bookworm, our young Pinay blogger. Originally from Manila, she moved to Singapore in July 2012. “I feel like my life in Singapore is not very exciting. I moved here for a job opportunity that isn’t related to the book industry and in my spare time, I like (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (2) Meet Pinay Jubu in Korea

Have you wondered what it’s like to live in Korea? Twenty-nine years old Jeremy Gascon, or Jem as she prefers to be called, is a  Jubu(주부). That means housewife or homemaker. She moved to Korea in 2011 from her Philippine home province of Laguna. We were drawn by her blog, Pinay (more…)Read More

Philippine Heritage Month, May 2014

Pinay.com shares this month’s celebration of our heritage. Let us get to know ourselves, who we are, where we come from and why we sparkle and shine. Here are two stories that will light up your day: Mabuhay! Your Light Shines On Us  by MT Vallarta and T’boli Mothers Take (more…)Read More

How Pinays Abroad Observe Holy Week

The Lenten season is an important part of Filipina life. For one week—it starts on Palm Sunday, April 13, to Easter Sunday, April 20—Christians in the Philippines take time to deepen their faith, do penance and reflect on the Passion of Jesus Christ. On Maundy Thursday, Christians usually attend mass (more…)Read More

TV Host Shares Her Story Between Takes

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Veronica Baluyut-Jimenez has a hectic daily schedule. This Pinay navigates her time between interviewing guests, appearing on television, attending board meetings and keeping everything in check at home, with husband, Honorary Consul General of Timor Leste Lito Jimenez, and five children. “My show The Veronica Chronicles, a one-hour investigative documentary is (more…)Read More

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