“The House That Fried Chicken Built” and the beloved culinary heritage brand responsible for Sarap-To-The-Bones goodness turns 74 this October. In celebration of its birthday, Max’s Restaurant offers a special treat: all dine-in transactions with a regular or family-sized whole fried chicken can avail of a special pick from the Mystery Box containing Sorpresang Sarap coupons for only P74.
In an era of instant gratification, when we have access to everything fast—food, entertainment, travel, information, and comfort, it’s so easy to give in to temptation and spend money freely and extravagantly more than we earn them if we don’t have self-control.
One great thing about credit cards is the ability to get points. Depending on the card’s partnership, you can get perks and discounts for a variety of things, like plane tickets, gas, and even books. If you’re into health and fitness, you might want to check out Citibank’s new credit card. The country’s largest foreign bank partnered with Mercury Drug to inspire customers to be their healthiest and fittest selves.
I have to be honest. I have not seen the first Maleficent. Sure, I think the villain in Sleeping Beauty is badass and terrifying but I can’t remember why I wasn’t able to catch the film when it came out in 2014. Fast forward to this Monday, when I watched the sequel, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. I had the audacity to accept an invite even if I haven’t seen the first, but I was still able to enjoy it. I thought it was a fun take on a Disney classic.
There are people who hate ads but I’m definitely not one of them. I love seeing how brands tell fleshed-out stories in just a few minutes, even less. It shows how a short timeframe can’t limit the power of creativity. This year, YouTube held the second YouTube Ads Awards to celebrate outstanding campaigns that don’t just sell a product but tell a story.
One of the things I love about online shopping is the deluge of staggering discounts during themed days. There’s 9.9, 10.10., 11.11, and 12.12. Tomorrow, we’ll be getting the second of the year’s biggest sales and I’ll be spending the day monitoring the items on Zilingo. Why? Because they will have discounts of up to 80%!
From landing that all-important first job to making a career shift, getting that position with the right fit for your goals and passions in life is never easy.
That’s why JobStreet, the country’s no. 1 job site, is offering you even more ways to #FindTheJobYouLove this October at their upcoming Career Fair. Happening on October 8 to 9 at SM Megatrade Hall 3 in Mandaluyong City, this carefully curated job fair not only allows you to meet and interact with top companies and employers, both locally and overseas, but will also give you advice to help you present your best self.
I’ve always admired local textiles. The colors, designs, and craftsmanship are so uniquely Filipino and eye-catching that it’s tempting to get yards of it and turn it into all sorts of things. I’m on the hunt for new throw pillows and I’m thinking if I should get some featuring flowers and leaves to complement my growing plant collection or those with traditional Filipino designs.
The thing is, it’s not that easy to find them here. Sure, there are shops that sell some textiles but the best way to see the breadth of local talent is to visit the weavers in their provinces. This weekend, you don’t have to travel far because the 9th Likhang HABI Fair will bring them the weavers and their textiles here.