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Filipinas living a positive life

7 Sparkling Lessons From An Unconventional Mom

My mother is a beautiful, complex creature like no other. She wasn’t like most moms, not prone to exhibiting sappy affections or wearing aprons. When we were newborns, she rarely carried us in her arms, afraid that we would accidentally slip off her fingers. The carrying was left to the (more…)Read More

Life Changes When TV Producer Meets Little Girl

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Ten years ago, I was about to quit my dream job. Everybody thought I was a failure. I thought I was a failure. Ever since I was a kid, I knew I wanted to write. I always wanted to be on top of everything I did. I always dreamt of (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

Maganda, kaya mo yan.

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There are times that life can be hard. We have to think of things that are hard to handle. We have to do things that are hard to do. And there are times that we have to say things that are hard to say. Maganda, kaya mo yan! Beautiful, you can (more…)Read More

Nurse Breastfeeds Babies Not Her Own

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Filipina nurse Maria Belen Moron, 27, usually breastfeeds two babies a day or at least 20 in a month at South Cotabato Provincial Hospital, in the Philippines. However, Moron is not paid as a “wet nurse” but she is doing it voluntarily as a mother who understands the struggles of first (more…)Read More

On Stage Ate Reg Acts and Looks Like Regine

Known as a tribute artist to Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, 32-year old transgender stand-up comedian Ate Reg (Marvin Cleofas in real life) is rising to fame because of her uncanny likeness to the Pinay diva. She has become such a great impersonator that even Regine’s husband, singer Ogie Alcasid, at times (more…)Read More

Pinay Power Talk | Pinay.com

Pinay Power Anthology of Essays, by Melinda Luisa de Jesus As of this Fall 2014, a call for proposals will be going out for the Pinay Power II book, an anthology of essays, edited by Melinda Luisa de Jesus. 10 years ago, almost to this date, I was invited to contribute to (more…)Read More

Pinay Voice: Watch 5 Amazing Musical Talents

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From rap, hip-hop, acoustic, and rock, countless Pinays have illustrated their musical talents and skills and have become incredible figures in America’s entertainment industry. By creating music that highlights Pinay expression, Filipino culture, and even political struggle, these five musicians demonstrate the beauty, diversity, and tenacity of Pinay voices and (more…)Read More

7 Sparkling Tips to Travel With a Toddler

It’s bad enough that you have to endure a long-haul flight with a crick in your neck, seated next to an overweight smelly passenger. Factor in a screaming toddler in the other seat next to you and you have yourself a 14-hour long nightmare. Oh, and the toddler belongs to (more…)Read More

My Health Story: Yoga in a Hot Box

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Imagine yourself in a heated room of up to 105 degrees Fahrenheit, sweltering while doing 26 yoga postures with all your might. Would you stand the heat and the humidity with about maybe 10 or more students taking the same class with you? When my daughter first told me to (more…)Read More

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