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What’s your best and worst trait as a friend?
In every friend group, there’s always an abundance of different personalities. There’s the mom friend, the leader-friend, the comedian, the mysterious one, the marupok, and so many other stereotypes. But that’s what we love about each of our friends and that’s what ...
 
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It's okay to take it slow.
Being holed up in our homes means finally having all the time in the world to work on the things we’ve been putting off because we said we didn’t have the time to do them. Now that we’ve got nothing else to ...
 
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It’s okay to admit if you’re having a hard time doing the one thing you thought you were good at.
Two weeks into quarantine, and you’d think we’d all be used to the tambay-sa-bahay life, especially for the introverts. Given the strict physical distancing measures enforced to keep the COVID-19 from spreading even further, everyone is advised to stay put at home, ...
 
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It's okay to feel sad, too.
We’re always told that we should stay positive and be happy to the point where people feel as though happiness is a sign that we are winning in life. Pero sa totoo lang, hindi naman tayo palaging masaya. We go through rough ...
 
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Stress is a normal presence in our lives, but as they say, too much of everything is bad.
We all know someone who is involved with various organization work but still manages to excel in class and garner a few awards here and there. These types of people make us say “Wow! Galing mo naman,” or “OMG! How do you ...
 
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Don’t let your failures define you.
Okay, hear this out! There are students who make academic failures a big deal not because they’re simply grade-conscious or competitive, it’s just that they have already set some standards and goals for plans that they want to achieve. Hence, they become ...
 
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You meet this person. You click. Things go relatively well. Then one day?—boom. They just disappear into thin air.
We’ve all probably heard it at least once or twice?—dating, in this day and age, has become ten times more difficult. Some people just wanna have fun, others have commitment issues, and everyone else doesn’t really have dating as one of their top ...
 
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Stop questioning your achievements.
How many times have you questioned yourself and your achievements? Compared yourself to others and thought that you weren't good enough? You're not alone. In fact, self-doubt is an ongoing issue among women no matter what stage they are in life, and it's ...
 
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“It’s not the end of the world.”
Four or so years of higher education is a huge commitment, so you’d obviously want to spend them in your dream school. Regrettably for many of us, that acceptance letter from our dream institution (parang Hogwarts lang) may not be coming to our ...
 
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Ever heard of a course called BS Org?
Ever heard of a course called BS Org? Yes, we claim that it exists. Based on my intuition as a college student for two years, at least half of the college students are guilty of giving most of their time and effort ...
 
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Are you the “isang episode na lang talaga” in a world full of “mag-aaral na talaga ako?"
Do you ever just find yourself setting up your notes and readings on the desk but proceed to mindlessly scroll through Instagram until you run out of time to actually study? Or maybe you’re the “isang episode na lang talaga” in a ...
 
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We weren’t afraid to express our emotions, and we never shied away from talking about things that mattered to us.
A lot of people enter college ready to discard their high school personas to make way for their “brand new image.” But I’ve always felt that the person we end up becoming in college is heavily shaped by our high school experience, ...
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