DIY

Light therapy could be the answer to your sleep problems

Scientists have figured out how we can move our body clocks, and the answer is actually pretty simple

Here’s how you can get rid of fruit flies once and for all

Getting rid of fruit flies, blessedly, isn’t rocket science. All you need are two ingredients you probably already have at home

Black garlic is now the ‘it’ condiment, and you can make it at home

Black garlic is garlic confit’s richer, sweeter, and more complex cousin. All you need to make it is a rice cooker—and a lot of patience

These creative DIY tricks to darn holes in clothes will save you time (and money)

We never thought that covering up holes in our clothes could be this easy and pretty, but here we are

Taste—yes, taste—the history of the Galleon Trade through this event

We’ve all learned about the history of the Galleon Trade, but Ayala Museum and Served Manila is taking it one step further with their edible exploration kits

Home bar basics for cocktail-making newbies

Cocktail making is an art. It’s also a very fun hobby. Here’s what you need to have stocked at home to get started

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Here’s how to summer-proof your homes according to an architect

The temperatures and our electric bills are rising, but keeping cool doesn’t mean you have to break the bank

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Put these home DIY projects on your summer to-do list

While summer break is no longer a luxury we can afford, it’s still nice to take on a new DIY project to greet the season

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You need to learn how to make garlic confit

Confiting ingredients is one of the oldest cooking methods around; you’ll wonder why you didn’t try it with garlic sooner

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Here’s what you can do with your old scented candle jars

From storing trinkets to *literally* building your own chandelier, the uses of these empty candle jars are almost endless