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.
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) …
Living a purposeful life can have negative aspects or results – which is the result of taking things to the extreme. Everything should be kept in moderation, and there are times when we should “give it a rest”: we ourselves should take the time to rest ourselves and the things we do.
For us who like to read, there will be that one book that seems to have such an impact on our lives it’s become our guidebook to living a meaningful life: our Personal Life Bible. What’s yours?
In the second part of my take on the ugly but avoidable battle between Gawad Kalinga and the University of Hawaii, I discuss things that both sides did that I question for being overreactive.
The social media battle between the University of Hawaii and Gawad Kalinga should never have happened. In this first part, I talk about the incident itself and some of my own thoughts regarding the matter.
The long wait is over as the product Human Nature has been beseeched for for so long is now here. Introducing the Human Nature Natural Toothpaste: 99.76% natural, 100% no harmful chemicals, and 100% good for the earth!
Your friends at The Daily Aloy wish you congratulations, and may prosperity be yours this year and every year hereafter!
Typhoon Hagupit, or Ruby, has already been downgraded to a tropical storm, according to Rappler, but it does not necessarily mean that we can now rejoice and dance the night away: More rain is expected to arrive, and storm signal #3 is still up over some parts of the central Philippines. Remember, a storm signal is …