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Suze Orman, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television host, bestselling author and one of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women, according to Forbes Magazine, lives by simple rules: Live below your means but within your needs, and get as much joy out of saving as you do spending.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
The town of Binmaley in eastern Pangasinan lies near the capital of Lingayen Gulf, surrounded by 16 rivers and fishpens. In fact, three quarters of the town are wetlands, brimming with bounty from the sea, rivers and fishpens.
By Frank Cimatu
In the past, a provincial fiesta was held based on the need to honor a Catholic saint’s feast day. But then came the Baguio Flower Festival, or Panagbenga in 1995, which changed the rules by becoming the first secular fiesta, after Bacolod’s popular Masskara, during the month of February.
By Charles E. Buban
If you are a music lover who loves to enjoy great tunes any way you can, then you would want to find ways to enjoy your passion no matter where you are—in the backyard while grilling barbecues, in the garden while trimming plants, beside the swimming pool or in the garage while washing the car.
By Tessa Prieto-Valdes
In a big city like Manila, recreational destination number one is a mall. Small wonder that real estate developers have made all manner of malls available in our country, from smaller, strip malls to giant, destination malls.
By Isabel Berenguer Asuncion
When I first moved to Hong Kong some 20 years ago, I was appalled by the sizes of the apartments, and more so, the sizes of the bedrooms they were provided with. Friends who had moved there earlier had forewarned me that bedrooms were sized at 2 meters by 2 and a half meters.
By Amado de Jesus
Singaporeans readily acknowledge that they have three kinds of weather: hot, hotter and tropical. In the Philippines, we have only two kinds: dry and wet. During the dry season, temperatures and humidity go up. During the wet season, people deal with torrential rains and destructive floods.
To recommend the best treatment for one’s lung cancer, it is very important for the doctor to know how far the cancer has progressed.
By Michelle V. Remo
The rate of rise in remittances registered its slowest pace in three and a half years amid the challenges now facing the global economy.
By Daxim L. Lucas
The Aquino administration must redouble its efforts toward ensuring energy security for the country if it wanted to attract more investors, the umbrella organization of European companies operating here said on Friday.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Fila Philippines is ramping up not only its footwear and apparel but also its branding. Although it targets the middle-of-the-road market, it makes its presence felt in elite sports such as polo and regatta.
By Carmela Reyes-Estrope
Bulacan may not have been blessed with white sand beaches and genuine waves, but “tsunami” wave pools in some of its 115 resorts have helped draw its share of tourists from Metro Manila and Central Luzon this summer.