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Sue T (The Toffie Fan)
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A little bit of business, a little hit of health: Concerns of a sandwiich generation gal.
A little bit of business, a little hit of health: Concerns of a sandwiich generation gal.

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How to fail right from the get-go? Easiest way is to not do anything at all.
The culprit: Your common excuses.

Than you Boom Rizal for the guest post.
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Just read this writer's insights on writing using the Aldub phenom as subject. Her formula: a recap, a reaction then a prediction.

Something to learn from...
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Pleasantly surprised to see 1 minute videos (or less) in the Philippine Red Cross' Google Page.

Nice work, guys.
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Attending this Women's Summit was so much worth our time. It wasn't about comparing genders. Rather, it was a venue to feel inspired from women's stories about hard work, self-worth and ambition.
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Thank you to Dr Guzman for his guest post about myoma in Grateful and Spry.
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A look at plans to step up public infrastructure activities in the Philippines.
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Three years after Typhoon Haiyan---the "strongest typhoon to make landfall in recorded history"---hit the Philippines, some humanitarian societies are still doing there recovery work in the country.

Don't get me wrong. These groups have done splendid jobs in delivering the needs of communities, be that shelter, water, training, and even health and education.

Theirs is not a do, pack, and go mission, though. They continue their work years after the calamity, because their aim is to get the victims to finally move from a state of vulnerability to one of empowerment.

This post below is the Philippine Red Cross' story.
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Making a case for why algebra, trigonometry and calculus have a place in our future success.
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Back in the 1950s, midlife means your 30s. Today, midlife starts at 40. Here are some ways to put some zing into your year.

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PH's biggest business awarding body remains optimistic about the progress of business
Find out who the finalists are this year and why those involved in this event remain optimistic about the future of business despite what Economist Bernie Villegas calls the "uncertainties" currently hitting the headlines.
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