It’s quite difficult to unplug in this digital world. Our family is extremely active on social media and we consciously find time to drop gadgets and phones to just talk and spend time together. That is until someone brings out a gadget again. We have hobbies like drawing, reading and painting that keeps us away […]Read More Unplugging Your Family At Home
Send in your questions about anything and everything under the sun, and we will try to answer the best way we can. No holds barred, silly, profound, or dumb questions that you have always wanted to ask, or wanted to know answers to.Read More Tea Bag, Douchebag, Mailbag!
People still get surprised when they find out that we met over Twitter. “Is that even possible?” they ask. Yes. it can. And yet, our story is not unique. Social media has been responsible for many wonderful relationships over the years. But, as Zee shares, the heart can be unfollowed, but it cannot be blocked.Read More Love In The Time Of Social Media
Relationships are hard enough to manage on their own, which is why we believe in having coping mechanisms for the times that we can’t be together. Thanks to technology, and the way it helps in our Four C’s of Relationship Management, it’s so much easier to keep the happiness going.Read More If It’s Not In Google Calendar, It’s Not Official
And so, Robert Blair Carabuena, the man who some have dubbed “The Notorious P.I.G.” has finally manned up, and extended a public and personal apology to MMDA Chairman Atty. Francis Tolentino, and to Mang Saturnino “Sonny” Fabros. Was it enough?Read More The Apology of Robert Blair Carabuena to the MMDA
Robert Blair Carabuena was caught on video bullying an MMDA enforcer. Social media took up a crusade against him, heaping scorn, shame, and abuse on him. Vigilance and a sense of duty are admirable, but so are accountability & discernment. Has social media gone too far?Read More Has Social Media Gone Too Far With Robert Blair Carabuena?
We aren’t a “clubbing” couple. A typical night for us involves a good quiet dinner & a lot of talk. We wonder though if we should go out more. And so, Zee suggested we check out Opus. The following fictional dialogue shows why it’s probably a good idea that we don’t do the club thing.Read More Tsugs Tsugs Tsugs: A Night At Opus With Ghilbert & Jhocelyn