Wednesday, September 3, 2014


The long stretch of Annapolis is peppered with massage parlors of all sorts, from Thai and pa-Thai (or Thai-Thai-an) to those you just know are there for extra services.

Sunday, August 31, 2014


Angela Ignacio and Mark Sablan
Philippine Daily Inquirer – Super
August 30, 2014

“Twenty years ago, if you told me that I could listen to 30 million songs on my phone, I would say you’re crazy,” said Sunita Kaur, Spotify managing director for Asia.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014


I attended the opening of the Exploreum last week. Located at the SM Mall of Asia, it used to be the SM Science Center, and after a renovation and rebranding, it is now bigger, better, and more exciting.

Sunday, August 10, 2014


It looks like people are really into this wellness thing. Take, for example, how the wellness studio OneLife is growing. After the first branch in Greenhills, they now have a second branch in Makati.

The list of classes they offer is also getting longer. Apart from Yoga, Mat Pilates, and Suspension Training, they now also offer Zumba, Bellydancing, and even Poi classes.

But what health nuts should be happy about is how OneLife has new passes created to give you guys access to even more classes.

For example, they have an All-Access Mat Pass, which gives you access to all non-equipment classes like Yoga (Pilates Infused Flow Yoga, Gentle Flow Yoga, Flow Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga), Mat Pilates, Tai Chi, Zumba, and Bellydancing.

If you want to add the equipment classes, then you’ll want the All-Access+ Pass, which gets you all the above plus Reformer Pilates and Suspension Training.

Both passes are available in 1 Year, 6 Months, 3 Months, 1 Month unlimited packages or a 10-class pass package valid for 3 months.

This means you can take multiple classes a day, which should be good for your pocket, considering the savings you’ll make.

If you’re a first-timer, your first class is free so why not try and see if you’d want to get one of their all-access passes.

OneLife Studio can be found at 2F Citiplace Building, 8001 Jose Abad Santos St. cor. J. Abad Santos and Calderon Sts., Little Baguio, San Juan City, and 2F BCS Prime Building, 2297 Chino Roces Avenue, Kayamanan 9, Makati City.

For more information, visit

Sunday, August 3, 2014


I haven’t tried NimbleTV yet, but after reading the press kit, I can honestly say that I really, really want to subscribe.

Here’s all that you need to know:

This cloud-based cable TV streaming service lets you watch US shows in real time, across multiple devices, wherever you are, with nearly infinite HD-DVR capacity.

You can choose from over 140 US channels like ESPN, HBO, Showtime, and ABC.

It has a built-in HD-DVR, which means you can record different shows and movies at the same time – and then watch them whenever you want, of course.

It has a limitless storage space. Depending on your plan, default values can be 20 or 40 or 90 hours but you can always add extra hours to your account.

You can access it on any device: PCs, smartphones, tablets, TVs via Roku or Apple TV via Airplay. You just need an internet connection with a minimum connection speed of 0.54 mbps.

It runs on Chrome 3 and Windows 7, and is compatible with Google, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE (9+), and Opera. It also supports iOS devices (iOS 5 and above).

Intrigued? Go start and create your own free account and avail of a free trial by going to You can immediately sign up if you’re in the US but if you’re in the Philippines, first check out Nimble on Facebook and Twitter