Amazing Holiday Gift Ideas at Groupon

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It is this time of the year when most of us are already busy planning for the upcoming holidays and year end activities. Most kids, teens and even those who were young once are really excited and looking forward to unforgettable moments with families and friends.


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Important Ways to Keep Yourself Calm and Manage Stress

Today, there are a lot of factors that contribute to a high stress level. It may be something to do with your family, you as a busy mom, your school or workplace, or it could possibly be that your iPhone is in repair in Los Angeles or some other location, which means you cannot use your games or apps to de-stress from all the hustle and bustle in your life. However, you should not fret at all for there are other things you can do in order to keep your stress level to a minimum and here are some of them.

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How Can User Review Affect Car Buying Process?

Car buying is indeed a tricky and time-consuming process, especially for those people who are first time buyers or have almost no knowledge about the mechanics of cars. If you personally know someone who can sail you through this process with his/her expert guidance and help you figure out the best car to buy with being reasonable in your pocket, that’s like one thing you should thank your stars for.

But then, not everyone is lucky to know an auto freak and so most of us end up buying cars just by its aesthetics or believing on what the sales executive feeds in our mind. In this case, in the quest of finding the appropriate help, technology helps. It is a human psychology that people feel more confident after being influenced by peers reviews when they are committed to difficulty in buying decisions and the same falls for the car buying process.


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Random Observation: The Typical PUVs Found in Manila

Not all Public Utility Vehicles (PUV) are bad and in fact some are good enough that they form an entire business model around it. From Tricycles to even a Toyota Altis in the Philippines or abroad, these PUVs are the most affordable form of transportation that is available to the public.

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AXN turns up the drama this month with the gripping return of the critically acclaimed thriller, The Blacklist.

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Explore the Philippines and What It Offers

The Filipino culture has a very rich history when it comes to its arts, and this includes architecture. Its people are known for thinking up smart ways when it comes to reusing an item, which is why in the Philippines, a deformed bar or metal is never put to waste.

Construction companies, together with steel distributors, have thought about several ways they can use a deformed metal in their construction process. The end product will showcase their ingenious ways.


If you plan to go on a sightseeing tour around the Philippines, you might want to include extraordinary buildings and architectures in your list. Here are some of them you would want to pay a visit to.

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Reliving the History with Zooper Cruise #TAGMedia #ZoomanityGroup

National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal once said,“Ang taong hindi marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan, hindi makakarating sa patutunguhan.” (He who does not know how to look back at where he came from will never get to his destination.) This adage is a constant reminder for each one of us to look back where we came from, so that we may learn from the lessons of the past.

The Philippines has a very rich and colorful history and multi-racial culture as told through history books, literary works, various landmarks, and from the stories passed along by our ancestors through the generations. We may ask ourselves, “How much do we know about our history and culture?” A lot. Or maybe not that much? Decades have passed and most of us can only remember so much about our history and culture relying on books and multimedia sources, among others.

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Updates on Some of Metro Manila’s Mixed-Use Projects

To say that Metro Manila’s real estate landscape is fast evolving is quite an understatement. For instance, no one would have guessed that Ayala Triangle was the site of the Philippines’ main and only airport—Nielsen Field—in the 1930s, before its destruction during World War II and subsequent redevelopment in the 1950s.

To give examples of more recent real estate “rebirths,” many residents of Metro Manila still remember Bonifacio Global City and McKinley Hill before they were, well, Bonifacio Global City and McKinley Hill. The 244-hectare Filinvest Alabang, in addition, was once a vast pastureland before the late 1980s, and Rockwell Center once  housed a thermal power plant operated by MERALCO.

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