Author: Beatrice Cuizon

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Tongue-Tied? Here’s a Guide to Becoming a Better Communicator

From presentations to socializing, what we say–and how we say it–can define people’s perceptions of us. And while there are the lucky few who are spared from the curse of anxiety, you’re probably reading this article because you wanna get better at talking. We went through articles and sources and got several key tips to […]

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Starting a Cosmetics Brand During a Pandemic, As Told By A Leading Lady

The Beauty Industry is a growing force that can’t be stopped. With more celebrities like Rihanna, Kylie Jenner, and Selena Gomez, who have all started their own line of makeup and skin care, it’s nice to think about how it must be to start your own–which is exactly what this Leading Lady did.

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How to Write A Resume That Will Get You The Job

My mentor once said that your resume is the window to your soul as a worker. That document is expected to list years of experience that allow the employer–or whoever is reviewing your application–to imagine your place in their company. I’ve heard stories from friends who work in human resources wherein they would trash resumes […]

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The Reality of the Working Woman According to “The Devil Wears Prada”

In 2006, the movie “The Devil Wears Prada” was released. The story follows the protagonist Andy (portrayed by Anne Hathaway), an aspiring journalist who stumbles into the high-demand world of high fashion. Her employer, Miranda Priestly (portrayed by Meryl Streep) is labeled as the terror boss of the century. The start of the movie alone […]

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Angst, Partying, Etcetera: Euphoria and the Teen Melodrama

In the past five years, I’ve only watched two teen melodramas: Skins UK (which aired from 2007 to 2013) and Euphoria (which aired its first season in 2019). Look up either of those shows or the teen drama genre as a whole, and you’ll find opinion articles that echo how over-the-top their portrayals of teenage […]

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We Need to Talk About the Lo-fi Youtube Community. Yes, Again.

If you’re anything like me, you may have also been spending this quarantine trying to be productive. It could be in the form of getting an internship, going to class, or learning a new hobby. Regardless, we can all agree that setting the mood is a good step towards actually getting stuff done.  I would […]

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Google Chrome Extensions You Didn’t Know You Needed Until Now

Working–whether or not from home–can get seriously hectic. There are so many distractions packed into your laptop, deadlines tend to pile up until they’re forgotten, sometimes even your own environment is just too much to handle. Luckily, the Chrome Web Store provides a catalog of free solutions to our work-life problems through Chrome Extensions. These […]

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Work-From-Home Glam: How to Stay Cute When You’re Stuck At Home

Metro Manila is now under a Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine, which means that we’re more likely to say goodbye to on-ground work and hello to working from home. With classes, meetings, and everything in between, many of those require that we show our faces for the camera as a form of etiquette. Other than that, […]

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Dabaweños, #SupportLocal with these Kadayawan Festival Promos!

This August 2020 marks the week-long Kadayawan Festival that Dabawenyos hold dear to their hearts. While the normal festivities are put on pause due to the pandemic, many local businesses are giving off great deals to make it easier for people to appreciate the food, drinks, and goods that the locals have to offer. Today, […]

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What Single Motherhood Is Really Like

Last Father’s Day, I came across this article from The Guardian. It was written by a mother who, like my own, is a single one. A good part of the essay was dedicated to narrating her journey from conception to birth, yet the most striking part for me was found at the end. In it, […]

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