Taumbahay \ta:um:ba:hī\ is a person who stays at home. It is the compound word of "tao" and "bahay", joined together by the gitlapi "um". (Filipino grammar is one of the hardest languages to learn to be honest.) The word "tao" means human, and "bahay" means home. Read more . . .
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Another Filipino Mentality You May Not Be Aware Of Posted on May 7, 2013
You have heard of terms such as "colonial mentality" and "crab mentality". Recently, I concluded that there is another mentality that many Filipinos may not be familiar with but are so guilty of - the entitlement mentality.
On reading "Why "A" Students Work for "C" Students"
OMG I cannot believe I got my hands on this book just 6 days after its official release in the U.S. considering I live in the Philippines and it's free! Read more...
When you are a woman breadwinner
I cannot be satisfied with me being the breadwinner by default. When it comes to marriage, I want the old school biblical way...Can I make my marriage work even if the handyman won't ever fill his big shoes? Yes. But I'd be lying if I said I was content. Read more...
I would say I am family-oriented. Haven't always been. But at this moment, I came to a realization that my purpose in life is to be a problem-solver and that it would be selfish to focus on just improving myself and family. Read more...
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