4 Ways to Revamp Your Wardrobe on a Budget


We’ve all looked despairingly into the wardrobe and believed we have nothing to wear even though there’s a closet teeming with items. It’s easy to get fed up of the pieces you own and frustrated when you haven’t got the money to buy lots of new things. But there are plenty of creative ways you can revamp your wardrobe on a budget by mixing up what you already have and buying only a few new items to create fresh new looks. Here are four mini fashion makeovers you can try this week.

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Metro Manila Levels Up The Dining Scene With Zomato Gold Experiences


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It was just November last year when the world’s fastest-growing dine-out program, Zomato Gold, launched in Metro Manila. Zomato Gold’s ambition is to elevate the city’s dining experience, hence only partnering with top-rated restaurants. The dine-out program has seen immense success in Metro Manila –  with more than 60,000 subscribers and over 600 restaurant partners in less than four months of launch.

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The Exciting place to visit in the El Nido Palawan, Philippines

Get ready to cross one of the most beautiful, unspoiled, astonishing, inspiring places in the world off your bucket list. All Islands in the Philippines are full of attractions and exciting destinations that our mind can’t designate where we’re going to spend our time. You’ll be one of the happiest person once you get there.

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Mabuhay Maritime Express: Connecting Kalibo to Boracay Hassle Free

Mabuhay Maritime Express revolutionizes the way we travel to Boracay Island. In the past, the most convenient way is to the island is to fly to Caticlan airport then ride an open boat to Boracay’s jetty port. However, that option totally erases the beautiful Kalibo as part of the tour.

Mabuhay Maritime Express connects Kalibo and Boracay in a direct transfer via sea vessels. An exciting time especially since Boracay has been reopened again.

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6 Tips for Taking Travel Photographs



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One of the best things about having a travel blog is getting to document my adventures to share with others, and look back on myself. My travel section is packed full of my trips and all the photos I’ve taken – what could be better than that?! It’s like a living diary and I think the quality of the photographs are really important to this. No one wants to look back at blurry or dark pictures, and now that we have digital cameras built right into our phones, there is no reason to put up with them! Here are my six tips for taking travel photographs.

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Pescatarian Fast Food Guide for Living in the Philippines

Being part of an archipelago, you’d think that going pescetarian would be easy. Boy, was I wrong. There is a lot of pork, beef, and chicken consumption in the Philippines. Unless you’re living right next to the sea, better say goodbye to affordable fish dishes.

Living in the Metro means a busy day, hectic life. So the obvious is go for fast food. Here’s a handy list of what fishy orders get from the local fast food scene.

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I Made My Own Shoes! Zapateria: Shoe Workshop

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Marikina has been the hub of shoes since I can remember. Known for its great quality, the shoes of the Philippines was held in high esteem. The penetration of the Chinese products, however, deflated this industry. It doesn’t mean that the quality isn’t the same. Now, with the support local being on the rise, Marikina Shoes and its history is being celebrated.

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