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Posts published by “Joan Mae Soco Bantayan”

Joan Mae Soco-Bantayan is a teacher at Tuburan Institute, Inc. She is also a wife and a mother of two. For questions and comments, feel free to drop her an e-mail at joanmae1212@protonmail.com or visit her Facebook page, Joan Mae Soco.

Close to Home | Are barter communities getting it?

About a week or so ago, I saw a post on an Davao Barter Community announcing that they no longer allow ‘charity’ in the community. This came after individuals who…

Close to Home | We’ll be alright

Last Wednesday, I had the chance to go out and buy necessities for our home. I was standing along Ilustre St. and had the chance to observe the whole place…

Close to Home | We’ll be all right

Last Wednesday, I had the chance to go out and buy necessities for our home. I was standing along Ilustre St. and I had the chance to observe the whole…

Close to Home | Are we grieving?

During the past two months, we went through quarantine. To many of us, this spelled a drastic change in our lifestyles and, though we cringe when we utter it –…

Close to Home | Loving the laundry

When I was a teenager, my parents decided to stop hiring a househelp. They believed that we’re grownups enough to handle the household chores. Of all the chores, I hated…

Close to Home | Pinay Psychic in Hawaii

Ambing or more popularly known as Amiah Love online has always had the sight for the other world. By other world, we mean the spirit world. Thinking that everybody could…

Close to Home | A meeting with Lorna Byrne

I have been following Lorna Byrne online. This woman is popular in Europe for her workshops and talks about angels and she recently traveled to Japan before the travel bans…

Close to Home | The rise of barter communities

One day this May, Iloilo City started a fun and casual idea of bartering while the city was on lockdown. This was received by the netizens with such a warm…

Close to Home | Isang Lakas: A battle cry

In the midst of cares and alarm over the pandemic, Isang Lakas – a battle cry for all the Dabawenyos who are engaged in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.”The song invites…

Close to Home | Meeting @ChitoSamontina

At the height of COVID-19 pandemic, Chito Samontina (@ChitoSamontina) launched a campaign in partnership with online food delivery app, Food Panda, to deliver food packs to the front liners of…

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