5 Tips on how to prevent hair fall

I can never tell you enough on how much stress my hair is causing me the past several months. My struggle with hair fall has doubled and I’m desperate to reverse its conditions. In my previous blog, I enumerated 4 reasons we suffer from hair fall, such as climate, chemicals, stress, diet and stress. Now I want to talk about solutions! Because that’s what I truly care about — finding solution to my frustrating hair fall problem. There are, of course, certain things we can’t control like climate and our circumstances, but there are things we can do to help […]

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4 Reasons why you’re suffering from hair fall

Who’s suffering from hair fall? I am! And I’m already panicky about it. Just the other day, when I combed my fingers through, I ended up with clumps of hair in my hand, waaah! I never really had thick tresses, so having to suffer this is really frustrating. I don’t want end up with bald patches all over my head. I’ve tried many different treatment shampoos – from popular brands to the organics, but nothing’s helping. I’ve been trying to get to the bottom of it to know how to treat it. Here are some of the reasons I found […]

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Mommy Bloggers Philippines (MBP) partners with Sinag Tala to help Marawi kids

One of my favorite bloggers community, Mommy Bloggers Philippines (MBP), have decided to do something extra special this Christmas. I received a message recently that MBP, with the help of Nutri10, have partnered with non-profit organization, Sinag Tala, to send vitamins and supplements to the kids stricken by the war in Marawi. The war is over, as we have been told, but its ill-effects on the health of the families affected are not. Sinag Tala has been helping out these people since the war, having sheltered hundreds of children in their playroom. Through them, MBP has been able to send […]

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Feedback from a newbie at the Philippine Homeschool Conference 2017

I was not able to join the Philippine Homeschool Conference 2017 because I had to prioritize my son’s schedule that day. I’m really at fault here. I badly need to learn how to use planners and all that organizing stuff so I won’t double-book myself, haha! Anyway, I decided to interview one of my friends who attended. Her name is Glaiza Macapallag and she and her husband are contemplating on homeschooling their two older children. Their third is still a baby but she may be homeschooling him, too, eventually. Here are her answers to my questions. The exchange is simple […]

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James MacKay Foundation Inc: Breaking the Culture

I received an invitation from James MacKay Foundation Inc. to the groundbreaking ceremony to “Breaking the Culture” at the Philippine National School for the Blind on the 18th of October. I won’t make it to the event as I’m pretty much tied up to my stage motherhood duties, but I thought I’d hear more about the cause from our young friend, Ahmed Davies, who works for the foundation. I’m familiar with Philippine National School for the Blind, except that up until recently, I wasn’t aware that it was the only school of its kind in our country. James MacKay Foundation […]

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