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Filipinas living a positive life

Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue: Breaking the politician stereotype

Jocelle Batapa Sigue with Atty. Arnel Sigue, her husband In the Philippines, the word “politician” is associated with “corruption”, “greed”, and “deceit”. But not all Filipino politicians are motivated by money and power. Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue, a councilor of Bacolod City in Negros Occidental, empowers women and children, firmly believing (more…)Read More

Belle de Jour invites you to BDJ Rendezvous: A Woman Who Matters

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 of BDJ Girls. The (more…)Read More

Wenifreda Soto: Not Your Ordinary Midwife

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 her welcoming (more…)Read More

Filipina Book Writers: What is Your Child Reading?

What is your child reading? Three Filipina book writers says it’s time to engage children with fairy tales and adventures in the Philippine setting. Instead of foreign characters, why not local characters who can inspire children to learn about Filipino values. Why shouldn’t the setting be in our home country? Why (more…)Read More

Stellar Director Sockie Fernandez Inspires Youth

Sockie Fernandez’s credits could fill a page. She is a multi-awarded TV commercial, documentary and Indie films director. She is a trailblazer and started carving her path when most TV commercial directors were men. Today, there are so many women following her footsteps, and more promising, is a young generation (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (14) Meet Beauté Simple

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Myla Lopez, based in the United States, started blogging in 2013 to chronicle the beauty of everyday living. She craved for a space to celebrate the simple things in life and wanted to develop her voice and style as a writer and photographer. Aside from blogging, our fabulous featured blogger (more…)Read More

I Am Proud to Speak Tagalog; It’s a Gift

I am standing in a classroom next to my mother. The wall is an assemblage of red, yellow, and blue bulletin boards, plastered with papers and pictures I could not readily decipher. A young blonde and willowy woman is speaking to my mother. I could only guess what they must (more…)Read More

My Solo Travel Adventure To Kalamansig

It’s 3 p.m. in Kalamansig, a charming little town located in the northeastern part of the province of Sultan Kudarat, and the area is slowly packing its day. The town, I learned, is home to traders—sellers of farm products like copra and palay, fresh seafood like crab, prawns and even (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (13) Meet Pinay in Dubay

“Get hooked on the day-to-day story of a Pinay Wanderer in Dubai as she battles on real life situations,” says the beginning line of our featured blogger, Pinay in Dubay.  We followed her blog and actually asked her to write for Pinay.com, and she did, with her first story, “In Dubai (more…)Read More

Oh! The Pain to Be a Raving Filipina Beauty

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It’s not like we want to be perfect. Maybe just a little. A little taller, a little fairer, a little more filled out in the right places but a little thinner. A taller nose and straighter hair would be nice too. Unfortunately, not all of us are built that way. (more…)Read More

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