Anime Reviews

Anime Movie Review: Her Blue Sky

This is a long overdue post. A topic that i have jotted down on my planner multiple times since February. I want to apologize already for the months-late review, but I still want to share this with everyone. Valentine’s Day came early this year for anime fans in the Philippines as cinemas showed yet another anime movie last February. Special premier: February 7, 2020 (SM Megamall) General screening: February 12, 2020 Her Blue Sky or

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Anime Reviews

Movie Review: Uchiage hanabi, shita kara miru ka? Yoko kara miru ka?

English title: Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? I would like to believe that at least some would agree that this movie gave Bakemonogatari vibes. And Google search images lead me to be believe that we are not few. Watching Nazuna (female lead) all with her dark purple hair and indifferent facial expression is as if I am watching Senjougahara, only tamer. If one is a fan of Bakemonogatari, it

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Aloe Vera, The Clean Beauty Holy Grail Reshaping Hair Care

As attractive as they look like in a pot, aloe vera plants have been hailed as a natural ingredient with many positive skin benefits for thousands of years. Aloe vera leaves are full of gel-like texture that are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fatty acids. Aloe Vera also contains enzymes that repair dead skin cells, while moisturizing the skin. It is rich in vitamins C and E which are nutrients that improve the skin’s

5 Immunity enhancing habits to help improve your daily routine

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle during quarantine is a challenge for all women staying in control of their full-time career and personal life. With the piled-up tasks waiting to be done, health and wellbeing at most times have taken the back seat. If you’re one of the many women who’s feeling a sudden loss of motivation, lack of energy to concentrate, and suffers chronic fatigue, you might be experiencing a case of iron deficiency anemia. Ang

FIVE THINGS YOU DO BETTER WHEN YOU HAVE A JOURNAL

How to heal that lockdown brain one entry at a time, so you canpower through. 2020 was a year of uncertainty and consecutive challenges. We spent most of our days in isolation that we’ve almost lost track of time. As we try to regain some balance and slowly recover from how the lockdown has affected our lives, we turn to building good habits that can help us cope and emerge stronger than before. One of

Viviamo! Inc. holds first planning and journaling virtual summit

Viviamo Inc advocates for the power of journaling to find healing, clarity, and connection amidst the pandemic in its first planning and journaling online summit called #YouGotThis, featuring content creator Macoy Dubs, mental health advocate Cat Triviño, and more! September 2020—With everything that’s been going on lately surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, it feels as though we haven’t been given enough time to prepare or process the drastic changes that have been happening in our lives. Given

Prepare your Kids for Distance Learning with TANG.

TANG, in partnership with Edukasyon.ph, aims to help moms make distance learning a more fun experience for their kids. The new school year is about to start soon. And with the setup of distance learning being a new experience, many parents are looking for guidance on how to make the best out of their children’s learning experience at home. Learning from home is an entirely new experience from the traditional classroom setup. Apart from missing

BPI employees and clients raise P12.7M for disaster, pandemic facility

Photo shows (from left): BPI Head of Sales and Service Channels Angelie King, BPI Head of Corporate Affairs and BPI Foundation Executive Director Owen L. Cammayo, BPI President and CEO Cezar P. Consing, Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF) President Rene “Butch” Meily, BPI Southern Metro Manila Division Head Olga Ang, and PDRF Executive Director Veronica Gabaldon. The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), through BPI Foundation recently turned over P12.7 million to the Philippine Disaster

Fangirl Diaries: From a closet fan to a proud A’Tin

Last 2016 po kasi… Haha charot My journey with SB19 began when I first saw their Go Up music video on my recommended in Youtube some time in January this year (2020).I already knew about the group since they’ve been making noise through their recent achievements in music charts but only then did I voluntarily decide to watch them. Since that day of allowing my curiosity get through me, I also unconsciously allowed SB19 to

Stay home, stay safe, and add a splash of color to your life

While we stay at home to help flatten the curve of this pandemic, we suddenly find ourselves with lots of time in our hands to do the things we could only dream of- or used to take for granted. As we wait for the air to clear, we make use of the time we have to learn a new recipe, to work out, to pamper ourselves, or to simply change up our looks. But if

Lifestyle diary: ‘New Normal’ by Hotel Sogo

Hotel Sogo gives a preview to its version of ‘new normal’ operations, in a playbook video released by the company. The video is its way of assuring its guests that their safety and security is Hotel Sogo’s top priority. The video highlighted the initiatives it is doing to make sure to provide guests with So Clean, So Good, So Safe experience, while staying at the hotel. Hotel Sogo made sure to lessen guest’s direct contact.

Anime Movie Review: Her Blue Sky

This is a long overdue post. A topic that i have jotted down on my planner multiple times since February. I want to apologize already for the months-late review, but I still want to share this with everyone. Valentine’s Day came early this year for anime fans in the Philippines as cinemas showed yet another anime movie last February. Special premier: February 7, 2020 (SM Megamall) General screening: February 12, 2020 Her Blue Sky or