4 Types of Bullying

Although it is good to acknowledge that bullying is a problem, you cannot fight it effectively without a clear understanding of it.

3 Time Management Methods for Desk Job Workers

We all have 24 hours in one day. But why do some people get more things done than others? Here are three time management methods you can use to make the most out of your 24 hours.

Filipino Speculative Fiction Starter 3

It’s MIBF week! Before you finalize that “Pinoy books to buy” list, here are some more titles that you surely wouldn’t wanna miss.>

10 Self-defense Tips for Office Employees

These self-defense tips are like self-defense training in the sense that they are meant to help you if you find yourself in that situation. And, like self-defense training, they will only help you if you have the will to apply them.

Differences Between Your First and Second Pregnancies

No two pregnancies are the same.

Filipino Speculative Fiction Starter Part 2

Here’s the promised second installment of Philippine speculative fiction recommendations. This time, we’ll walk you through anthologies created by one of the best contemporary writers of Philippine literature, Dean Francis Alfar.

This is How We Want Our Fantaseryes to be: Lessons from Magic Temple

Peque Gallaga’s Magic Temple (1996) has a lot to teach today’s fantaserye screenwriters and TV directors – especially Bagani’s creators.

7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Sideline

Having a second job could be a nice idea, but are you really ready for one? Yes, it’s a second job, but it’s still a job. Ask yourself these 7 questions before jumping the gun.

Filipino Speculative Fiction Starter Part 1

A tweet by Neil Gaiman has suddenly nudged a spotlight on Philippine mythology and speculative fiction. So in case you’re still looking for titles to add to your Filipino spec-fic collection, allow us to help!

For this first installment of recommendations, let us introduce you to the works of award-winning Filipino fictionist Eliza Victoria.

Wan, Tu, Tri: The Pinoy’s Relationship with Language

Scribbler Ia rambles about Condé Nast Traveler, Filipino pride, and our collective shenanigans with language.

Snacks for When You’re Glued to Your Desk(job)

The appeal of working at home has been growing. Considering how worse traffic has gotten, you won’t be seeing this trend go down any time soon. However, with longer periods spent at home come great temptations of lounging in a fat, comfortable chair while munching on...

Salutations From the Hobby Immigrant

Ah, hobbies – one of the greatest cesspools of toxicity and a discrimination mingled with good-hearted fun. Some people prefer more conventional hobbies like music or sports. Others go for the more peculiar ones like glass-blowing or harassing people anonymously on...

Do I Need to be Rich to Invest in Stocks?

Does one need to be rich to invest in stocks? The short answer is no, but it can help. So why does the potential investor need not be rich? Clearly, despite containing only four letters, rich is such a big word. If we’re trying to get rich first before investing,...

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A Quick Guide to Massages

There are different techniques to massages, each applying a different set of motions and principles. Do you know which one is for you?

You Only Need to Do These Three Things to Sleep Well at Night

People say that sleep is for the weak. But I say it is in vulnerability that true strength shows. In fact, sleep does affect our health, particularly our brain’s welfare, and that makes us literally strong. Our brain accumulates toxins when it is active or...

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To You, Who Are Too Much by Fatima Grace Vinluan

Why Nothing Lasts Forever?

When the things we use are no longer as functional or as trendy, we tend to upgrade or buy new ones. But what if a product’s lifetime is designed to be short? Sure, you have the trendiest gadgets right now but did you know that they were also designed to have short lifespans? This article will tell you why.

Artworks by RareJob Staff

Being hardworking, talented, and creative are some of the characteristics of RareJob staff. To name a few, here are some:   Kamae Pastrana x @pintacharph   Mimie Quesada's version of Hinata Shouyo   Elisa Soliman x @letrabyelisa   Dale Olympia's version of...