Davaoeños to Receive Free Fuel Vouchers from Grab Philippines and Phoenix Petroleum

As someone who doesn’t know how to drive, I have always relied on taxi cabs to take me to places where I need to go, especially when I am in a hurry. Now that I am living more than an hour away from downtown Davao, it has become a bit more challenging to commute, especially when my husband is not around to drive for me. Thankfully, Grab Philippines is always there to come to my rescue. I can easily book a cab and wait for my ride outside of my doorstep – so convenient and hassle-free.

Also, not only does Grab save me from my commuting problems, but Grab Food also saves our hungry tummies when I’m not in the mood to cook. It’s safe to say that I am one happy Grab subscriber and I couldn’t be happier that this ride-hailing service is available for us Davaoeños.

Want some good news? Well first, be sure to download the app and create an account because you are in for a treat!

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Binge-Worthy Medical K-Dramas You Should Watch

Like everybody else, I am one of those people who got sucked into the world of K-drama during the quarantine. Although I’ve been a fan of Korean movies ever since My Sassy Girl and have been watching Korean series every now and then, it was only last year that I started binge-watching K-dramas, all thanks to NetFlix.

This list is going to take forever if I include every single series that I love, so I figured I’ll just narrow it down to Medical K-drama. These types of series are some of my favorites to watch because, once upon a time I studied Nursing and my fascination for hospital action and medical practices is still there even if I am a non-practicing nurse.

If you are a fan a Grey’s Anatomy and Dr.House, here are some of the best Medical K-dramas you should watch.

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Favorite Books I’ve Read in 2020

2020 was all sorts of crazy. There were a lot of cancelled plans, changed priorities, and modified routines in order to adjust to the new normal. I would be lying if I say I had a productive year, because honestly, I know I could’ve done better. But this blog post is not a retrospect of the year that was, so I digress.

Anyway, here’s a quick look back on the books I read in 2020 that made it to my favorites list.

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Life has a funny way

 

I feel like it’s been a century since I last wrote something here or wrote anything for that matter. I wanted to write a yearender post at the beginning of the year, but my mind wasn’t ready for it. So instead, I decided I’d try and give you a little life update. “Try” being the operative word. It took me five attempts to compose this, and bless my soul if I ever hit that publish button. If you’re here reading this, well, I guess I deserve a pat on the back. Let’s catch up, shall we?

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