Hey there, Bingers! I bet you do miss attending concerts, events, and gigs as much as I do. To be honest, I REALLY DO!!! Before the whole COVID thing happened, I frequent a bar in Cubao every weekend, the now closed TodayXFuture. Also, it has been a hobby of my friends and I to have a pre-game either in Cubao X or Katipunan. There is something about watching live gigs and enjoying the artistry of local artists and musicians. So, now that we are on the sixth month of staying at home, I bet we all have been craving for the experience again. Well, worry no more because Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino is here to give our fill.
We all want to lose weight for different reasons – for our health, to achieve the norms of the society, or to feel better. Personally, I lost weight for both health purposes and to feel good about myself. Growing up, I was a fat kid. My heaviest was at over 100 kg! As a fat kid, I was teased, bullied, and skipped on opportunities. It helped that I had the brains and I was always on top of class but other than that, being fat was bad for me overall. So, when I reached the age of 20, I became more self-conscious thus the drive to lose weight. In doing so, I tried different approaches: working out, health supplements, keto diet, and now Intermittent Fasting. Let’s talk about the keto diet. When I did it in 2017-2018, I saw RESULTS! But I stopped after almost a year despite being satisfied with it and here are why:
LOOK: “At Home with PLDT: No Learner Left Behind” Fundraising Concert Raised P 1 Million for Students and Teachers
Bingers, did you also enjoy the virtual concert the earlier this week? If you watched it with us at home, you’ll be glad to know that PLDT Home’s live fundraising concert titled “At Home with PLDT: No Learner Left Behind” successfully raised over Php 1 Million worth of funds to help address the challenges of many students, teachers, and schools nationwide as they adapt to the new normal in education and online distance learning. Isn’t that great now that schools are turning into online learning this year? Read more about this great achievement!
Do you still remember how you were before this whole COVID pandemic happened? It has only been over 100 days since Metro Manila (and eventually the whole country) was put on lockdown but to me it already feels like a whole damn year! As someone who lives a fast-paced and multi-faceted life, the abrupt pause on my life is so impactful! This, I am sure, is not an “only me” thing. My friends complained the same thing over our Zoom e-numans and we agreed on one thing: It’s okay not to be okay. Bingers, let’s sit down for a few minutes, look back at how the pandemic has affected us, and accept the present and what the future holds for us. Read more about It’s Okay Not To Be Okay. And Other Pandemic Moods. …
So, Bingers. Sony Interactive Entertainment recently officially announced the new generation of console, the PlayStation 5 or PS5. I, along with the other gamers and geeks around the world were floored by its powerful specs and sleek design! I mean, just look at the white exterior, and blue highlights. It screams sexy! But underneath its beauty is a hardware that is so good, it can take our gaming experience to a whole new level. Let’s now look at the upcoming games on PS5 and here are some that we cannot wait to play as soon as we get our hands on the console!
Happy Independence Day, Bingers! So, what are your plans this long weekend? Catching up on sleep? Binging a TV series? Or joining a mananita? How about we revisit history? Yes, that’s right! In line with the occasion, Ayala Museum is making VR: Emergence of The Nation available on YouTube from June 12 to June 19! Curious and excited? Well, before you put your VR glasses on, read below for the details!