Apr 25, 2015

Nepal Needs Us: Here’s How to Help Them

Nepal is on my bucket list of places to visit before I die. It truly breaks my heart watching the news and seeing how the beautiful historic place turns to ashes after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the area yesterday, Saturday April 25, 2015. It was a deadly earthquake killing over 1,000 people and counting; hundreds are still missing. 

Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world with a per capita income of just $65.50 a month, according to the World Bank. That being said, we all know it would be a real struggle for them to get back on their feet. This is the perfect time for us to reach our hands to them and help them in any way we can. Here is the list of organizations where you can send your donations to help Nepal. 


Those who wish to donate to World Vision can visit their Nepal page or text NEPAL to 777444 to donate $10.


The United Nations Children's Fund already has staff in Nepal. For more information,visit UNICEF's website. People can also text "Nepal" to 864233 to donate $10.

The organization focuses on delivering medical supplies and sending teams to assist and train health care workers in crisis regions. Their team is heading to the epicenter of the quake, where they say hospitals are overflowing, and medicine and supplies are expected to be quickly depleted. To donate to their Nepal response, click here. 

The non-governmental organization has launched disaster response on the ground in Nepal, and works specifically with children and families. Ten percent of donations also go toward preparing for the next emergency response, according to its website. To donate, visit their Nepal page. 

The group has previous experience responding to landslides in Nepal, and humanitarian workers are currently in the country providing food, water, shelter and health care, according to its website. To donate, visit their NEPAL page. 

The charity crowd funding site has set up a Nepal-specific page. Any donations made will support various relief and recovery efforts in Nepal. The money will first go toward immediate needs like food, fuel, clean water, hygiene products and shelter. Later, the money raised will transition to supporting vetted local organizations that are working on recovery efforts. To donate, click here.

Apr 11, 2015

Homemade: Cheesy Macaroni Casserole with Ground Turkey Meat

Hello there! Its weekend, I thought I’d share with you one of Daniel’s favorite home cooked food. If you’re looking for some quick and easy casserole recipes that you can make with either turkey, chicken or beef meat, you might want to check this out. You can simply use up ingredients you already have in your fridge and pantry.

Apr 3, 2015

Photoblog: National Museum of the Philippines

If it wasn’t for Rex’s Mom, I won’t be able to visit the National Museum of the Philippines. I know, it sounds crazy, especially considering I live in Manila for over 8 years now. *face-palm*

The museum is conveniently located at Padre Burgos Street in Manila. You can easily find this gigantic -white-building which is anchoring Rizal Park (Luneta Park). They are open from Tuesdays to Sundays (10am to 5pm) and charges Php150 for adults, Php120 for group tour adults and Senior Citizens, and Php50 for students – Php40 for group tour students. The entrance rates will allow you to visit the National Art Gallery, the Museum of the Filipino People, and the exhibitions at the National Planetarium.

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