The COVID-19 pandemic is turning Filipinos into “digital natives” as they resort to electronic payment systems to manage transactions.
When your personal reputation is attacked online, your mind and body will react as if they were in a physically dangerous situation. To deal with the situation, remember to keep an objective perspective and an understanding of the human psyche.
As we adjust our lives according to all the disruption caused by the pandemic, working professionals from challenging industries like communications find themselves giving more focus to their mental health.
Brave the challenges! Riot Games launched two new games right smack in the middle of global lockdowns, quarantine and social distancing.
As we don surgical masks to protect ourselves from this COVID-19 global pandemic, the spotlight is inevitably turned to our eyes. The “new normal” is also affecting the beauty industry, with eye makeup now taking centerstage.
For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a baptism of fire; a baptism into the churches of survival, resilience, and patience. It brought unprecedented times for both businesses and individuals, forcing almost everything and everyone to manage all aspects of living from a single base—home.
“We don’t want to see photoshopped pictures, or care about celebrity endorsements. We want to see our opinions valued and have a platform for our voices to be heard.”
If you saw that viral post about how other countries are reacting to the pandemic, then you were probably in stitches when it came down to the Philippines because it was all about the online selling of ube pandesal, sushi bake, chocolate chip cookies, face masks, alcohol and more. Trust Filipinos to turn a restrictive situation into something productive and profitable.
Parents and students could use this bit of good news, whether they have decided to enroll for the coming schoolyear or not. A Facebook Page that goes by the name Teacher Beia has been sharing links to education materials for free.