Watch: Viral BBC Dad and his Family Talk about Covid-19 in S.Korea

Amid the world’s coronavirus predicament, it’s important for us, no matter what class we belong, to keep our minds sane. The world inequality has been robust and we know that we have to be aware and take care of our poor brothers and sisters’ needs (click this to help) However, mental health and problems are a real thing, and it can cause middle class and … Continue reading Watch: Viral BBC Dad and his Family Talk about Covid-19 in S.Korea

Online Shopping 101: A Checklist on How to Discern which Shops are Trustworthy

We know that a lot of people, especially the baby boomers (or older) like my parents are technologically-challenged. Many of us millennials and Gen-Xers ridicule them and become impatient with them when it comes to technology. However, there’s this term I would like to coin that deals with people, not just baby boomers and older, but millennials as well. I like to call it: online … Continue reading Online Shopping 101: A Checklist on How to Discern which Shops are Trustworthy

Online Shopping 101: Issues and Perks

In spite of the uproar and several perks of online shopping in the Philippines, many are still wary of it due to data privacy, usability, and other legal issues. Online Shopping & Data Protection Online shopping in the Philippines is still quite tricky especially since a lot of shoppers prefer “mano-mano” (filling out sort of a questionnaire for their details instead of an order form … Continue reading Online Shopping 101: Issues and Perks

Emulating the Sustainable SMART Home

I know this post is way out of my league because the home I’m living in right now is not even 20% sustainable and tech-driven. However, let’s just imagine the ideal homes we see in Korean dramas or only in TV commercials. The smart homes, tech-driven homes with human sensor lights and even trash cans, new automated washing machines, ovens that can cook for you … Continue reading Emulating the Sustainable SMART Home