Here's our motivational cheer and inspired toast to our very own, Ms Cherie Mercado for her appointment as spokesperson of the Department of Transportation.
She's leaving TV5 to serve the government under the Duterte administration.
We wish you all the best, Cherie! We pray you will continue to inspire the world through your chosen ...
One way to have a peace of mind these days as far as social media is concerned?
Hmmm... Unfollow unimportant people in your life, that may include your competitors who have been posting their progress which means eye sore for you, your ex who has been showing how happy he or she is now that you're gone and he or she has a brand new one, the irritating politicians who are orchestrating everything that happens in our government, and probably the media which has been reporting the "news" that they know are nothing but parts of plans and speeches of those orchestrators.
So, seriously, if you want to have a productive and peaceful day, follow who matters to you and disregard ...
For the longest time, I believed in winning. I believed that in any competition, someone has to lose so that one can win. I believed in winning since my early exposures in competitions and quiz bees way back in the 90s. Oh, God. When we compete, the goal is always to win.
And why not? The winners always take it all—the trophy, the medals, the honor. And if you go home losing, it’s depressing, it’s painful, it’s just one of those things we can’t really be proud of. Of course, people would pacify your sadness by telling you, it’s OK. You can try again next time.
We believe them. So we would join the competition again. This time, we believed we ...