Back in the nursery, we used to sing “rain, rain go away. Come again another day. Little Suzie wants to play.”
These days, though, as much as you want the rain to go away, it just won’t. Instead, every morning (or afternoon), you keep singing “Pumapatak na naman ang ulan sa bubong ng bahay…” except you’re not at home though you seriously wish you were.
To kill the frustration and the blues, or if you want to just be melancholic this season of downpour, take your pick from our big list of rainy day songs below.
As yuppies, we are busy with work (what else), with partying after work, and some of us are busy in supporting families: siblings going to College or parents with illness. Overseas Filipino Workers are already considered “Bagong Bayani” (New Heroes) because of their sacrifices and because of the money they are sending to the country. For several years now, they’ve been greatly contributing to the GNP and financial records of the country.
Since we no longer have colonizers and we are not in a state of war, how can we become contemporary heroes? In this article, we’ll explore several ways to become heroes in our own right.
Compared with the occasional office gossip or showbiz issue, politics can be a conversation-stopper. It can be contentious and before you knew it, you’d be spewing one complaint after another. In this article, I’ll give you 4 reasons why we, yuppies need to care about Philippine politics, and 3 ways to do it.
For most yuppies, the daily travel to work feels like going to war. As soon as you get off the FX, bus, or jeep, and prepare to ride the MRT, you square off your shoulders, pop your knuckles, and put your game face on… here are 6 things I wish the MRT-3 management would do for commuters.
Let me tell you that I acknowledge your fears. They are real. But life ahead of you is exciting. What you consider as your disadvantage will lead you towards success. And in the next 10 years, your career will undergo transformation.
My sleeping habits have gone back to normal, although my eye bags are still pretty dark and big. I finally went back to our home church last Sunday (3 Aug 2014), and most importantly, I finally get to spend a