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Fun fact: the pineapple background is actually my dining room wallpaper. People in zoom meetings and webinars always mistaken it for a green screen 😂 Summer lewk by @bonitapenaranda and @renzpangilinan before the quarantine. Little did we know this is the closest to summer we’d get this year 🍍
Found these videos I forgot I had in my phone, so I’m sharing with you guys one thing I really miss: flying to different parts of the Philippines to host pageants! Looking back, I’d say I really made the most out of every job, every experience that came my way. To every one of you I met, took a selfie with, DMed with on my trips, kamusta kayo? I hope you’re all okay. Sending you virtual hugs and love 🥰
My dogs have been so used to me not going out at all, so now it’s a mystery to them why I am 😂 I’ve been purchasing all my essentials online as much as possible, but I really had to go to the grocery this time. It’s a lot less tense outside and things seem to be falling back into place. But remember to be cautiously optimistic! Keep taking strict precautions: mask, alcohol, wipes and go out only when it’s absolutely necessary. And thanks to my cousin for managing to deliver my sneakers that I ordered from them before the quarantine. Follow them @ad_sneakerspot 💜 so happy they found the pair I’ve been looking for in so long! Note: see my damaged wall corners? Naughty Willy bit on them when he was still a baby and teething 🤦🏻
When you’re given someone in your life who’s always there when you need them the most, you best believe God is really watching over you. I remember my mom in my worst of days, in the darkest and loudest of storms, she was always there putting things back together until we see things clearer. Did I also mention she comes armed and ready with wine? She really is the best 🍷 To my strong, beautiful mom, Happy Mother’s Day! 💐 love you!!
Me the whole week 😂 finally finished Zelda BOTW at 3am, so I’m back to being social again
Since the quarantine, I’ve been working out every other day (probably the most I’ve ever done since competing in 2016) and nagulat ako nung stretching time na, I can reach my toes! I never achieved this level of flexibility 🙈 home workouts will definitely be the new habit I’ll carry over after this.. how about you guys? 🤗
Hospital operations have drastically changed since the COVID-19 outbreak. In case you find yourself (or your family members) in need of medical assistance, Dr. @ging.md tells us the best ways to do it in this "new normal". Dr. Ging also sends us some good news, weighs in on Mass Testing and how it could be done, and lets us know how we can keep supporting and donating to our frontliners! For medical and health concerns, you can call the PGH hotline 155-200. Dr. Geraldine Zamora graduated class valedictorian in the UP College of Medicine in 2005 & was awarded The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) in 2016 & The Outstanding Women for the Nation’s Service (TOWNS) in 2019 for her contributions in the field of Medicine in the Philippines as a clinician, researcher, teacher, author, and editor in her internal medicine and rheumatology specialties. Her passion is geared towards the underserved, and she is presently a Board member of the Asia Pacific Young Rheumatologists group, Vice President of the Hope for Lupus Foundation, and Board Member of the Sagip Buhay Medical Foundation.
Sharing parts of the article @alexavvillano wrote for women’s month that pretty much sums up who I am and how I feel today. I’m also posting this as a reminder to myself, especially in the uncertainty of what comes after this. I’m worried of what’s yet to happen—and if you are too, I find it helps to look back at the time you made someone proud, the times when you thought you couldn’t put yourself back together but you did, and the fact that you thank God today for teaching you the lesson you questioned him about yesterday. You did it before and you’d do it all over again. Brave. Link: https://www.rappler.com/life-and-style/1019-lifestyle/256700-nicole-cordoves-making-use-gift-gab-humor-pageantry
LUKAL (Luya+Kalamansi) concentrate is a natural and rich source of Vitamin-C that aims to boost the immune system and reduces fatigue. Todays featured changemakers are 4th-year UP Diliman Food Tech students, Sofia and Meghan, who inspire us with their story of how they started their own non-profit initiative despite being under Enhanced Community Quarantine to help hospital frontliners. As of today, they have delivered 250 bottles (equivalent to 5,000 cups) to hospitals like PGH and the Lung Center, to name a few. Should you wish to donate, send them a message on their Facebook page (Lukal PH). #changemakers #covid_19 #covidheroes
NEW EPISODE ⚡️caption this 😂 @jellyeugenio gives us important tips on how to do pageant makeup the right way, which makeup trends we could keep, and which ones should never *rampa* on the pageant stage again 😅 **this video has been long-overdue, we actually shot this last year 😱 but ECQ gave me time to learn to edit it myself so here it is!! 🤗 link in bio!
Turned 28 today!🥂 Celebrating my birthday under ECQ is no different from any other year since I like spending it in solitude and reflection.😌 So today, I ordered my favorite Filipino breakfast, indulged in some K-drama (Hi Bye, Mama on @netflix is a tearjerker although I tried v hard not to cry on my birthday), did an hour-long workout, did the laundry, and ate a good meal sent by my mom (crabs, my favorite, and misua for long life). In a few moments, I’ll be blowing the candle on a slice of strawberry cake I ordered this morning (the first time I bought a birthday cake for myself, as in one slice lang talaga haha). So as I sit here on my couch waiting for my dinner to go down before I bring out the cake and contemplating whether or not to have it with coffee, here are some of the lessons I’m so grateful to have learned in the last few years: 1. Forgiving doesn’t require an apology, you just choose to do so every single day (even if there are days you feel like you can’t be that good person). 2. Acknowledge pain. (For some reason, the older we get, the harder it is to admit that we got hurt) 3. Working hard and giving it everything you got won’t always translate to success. But someday, someone will see the value of what you do and help you find your way. Til then, keep working hard. 4. There are things that only time could explain. 5. If standing up for what I believe in makes me the opposite of a good person, let it be. (For it is a bigger sin to have done nothing) 6. Treasure the people who were there from the beginning and are with you until today. 7. Loving someone (and I mean this in the truest sense of the word) means choosing that one person every single day, in your darkest and brightest of moods, in your changing needs. Your constant. Photo by @bjpascual Makeup by @jellyeugenio Hair by @paulnebres @styledbybonitapenaranda wearing @pattyang_ @cornerstone
We are more than 3 weeks into the quarantine, and we are still asking the same question. To add to the challenge, we cant seem to get streamlined information. Good thing my good friend and former colleague in the Department of Finance, Ken Abante, came up with the CITIZENS BUDGET TRACKER (bit.ly/holdpowertoaccount) where we can identify where the money is coming from, what its being spent on, and how its being rolled out. Next, we must ask: How should we approach the COVID-19 crisis? Ken says, "We should treat our current situation as a humanitarian emergency." Do you guys agree? Let us know in the comments below! Lets work together to increase transparency! If you know anyone from the concerned department agencies who can provide data, send an email to email@example.com To further understand the budget process, read "Watering the Garden" (bit.ly/waterthegarden) #LearnAtHome #changemakers #covıd19 #covidphilippines
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While we’re in quarantine, let’s #LearnatHome and get you ready for that job interview! 🤗 In the coming days, I’ll be uploading videos that I hope will be helpful in enhancing your comm skills. Stay safe, everyone! Also, this is the first video I edited myself! One of my newfound skills 😅 Link in bio!
Workout: 15-minute HIIT 15-minute conditioning Post-workout: Walis Lampaso Laba Sampay bago bumaba ang araw