9 Tips for an Easier and Wiser Christmas Online Shopping

Christmas rush is coming, and countless online “discounts” are very tempting. Our brains have been trained to open our wallets and jump on every sale in an instant. However, everyone needs to know how to discern certain things when shopping online. Money doesn’t just fall off from trees, and we need to protect our finances, especially now that we’re at the onset of a pandemic, … Continue reading 9 Tips for an Easier and Wiser Christmas Online Shopping

The 10 Happiest Songs, According to Science

2020 has not been kind to us. We are faced with a grueling pandemic, economic downturns, and several natural calamities. And they don’t show any signs of stopping. While COVID-19 vaccines show to be promising, it’s quite uncertain for the Philippines to get its hands on it, given its stature in the world. Aside from that, recent studies show that there will be at least … Continue reading The 10 Happiest Songs, According to Science

9 Most Essential Films in the Year 2000

As we all know, more than half of the world’s population is now on quarantine, and the country with the most coronavirus cases in the USA. Since it is the world’s largest economy, all its entertainment, fiscal, and political relations are affected. News about spring and summer film releases pushing back to either autumn and winter, or even canceled for the rest of the year … Continue reading 9 Most Essential Films in the Year 2000

The Impact of The Best Rom-Com Films Based on Your Relationship Status

Let me tell you a story. I’m friends with a couple who has a minor issue in their relationship. Let’s call them Bonnie and Clyde. It seems like Clyde always takes Bonnie for granted.  I know that Clyde has his type of girl in mind, and that is, “the cool girl,” but I thought that he was over it since he fell in love with … Continue reading The Impact of The Best Rom-Com Films Based on Your Relationship Status

It’s 2020. Who Still Thinks K-Pop is Cheap?

Cheap, that is pertaining to taste, like in film or music. In Filipino terms, it means “buki,” “baduy,” or something that has “no class” or something that’s of “bad taste.” I recall a conversation with a friend in 2012 regarding K-pop, and how she is so annoyed by her little sister’s qualms on the now-defunct boy group 2pm. She can’t grasp how this genre has … Continue reading It’s 2020. Who Still Thinks K-Pop is Cheap?