The last three months have molded me into a woman who is both excited and jittery about 2017. From leading a department in a corporate setting, I unexpectedly turned into an entrepreneur who bravely agreed to journey through the travel industry. Of course, my past 13 months has also been about TDY and how the …
Care a little bit more. Listen a little bit more. Be present a little bit more. Pure love is an act of service.
Christmas is more than just receiving. It is actually more on giving until our hearts are filled with joy.
If the Catholic Church in the Philippines has the 9-day Simbang Gabi, TDY has a 9-day series of little challenges you can do to begin living a truly better life. Today, Day 1, we invite you to Discover.
In this increasingly consumerist world, paring down on your things – and I don’t mean just your possessions, I mean your environment in general – can be seen as strange, though obviously it’s a lifestyle that’s attracting more and more people, most of them young.
As The Daily You celebrates its first anniversary, its Co-Founder and CEO Aloy Chua reflects on unexpected surprises, the kind that can only come from openness.
The CEO’s message celebrating the first anniversary of The Daily You.
A year ago, I was sitting in my office cube chatting with Aloy about random things and his plan to turn The Daily Aloy into something else. Actually, since we met in 2014 through the Foundation where we volunteered in, our conversations have turned mostly non-stop and a throw-in-the-air kind. We discuss about anything and (almost) …
On Saturday, 3 December 2016, The Daily You, through inspireD, our department handling motivational speaking and life coaching, will hold our regular offering of “Discovering the Daily Me: A Workshop on Self-Awareness and Finding Your Life Purpose”.
So much philosophy from fitness can be applied in living a purposeful life! Here are four such insights.
Today’s post will be short but hopes to strike the heart of you, dear readers. One of our prime purpose in this world is to help others go through the complexities of life. Seasons will prove who are just here to ‘drop by’ and those who are for good. People need a sense of belongingness. …