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1. Catch a local play.
You've seen Heneral Luna. Another local production that you shouldn't miss: Chuva Choo Choo, The Mr. Kupido Musicale! Set to the songs of veteran songwriter Vehnee Saturno, the play tells the story of sisters Dina and Darla who get into all sorts of misadventures in their quest to stardom.

Catch the first four shows on September 25, 26 (3:00 p.m./8:00 p.m.), 27 (3:00 p.m.) at the Power Mac Center Spotlight—a 300-seater black box theater. For ticket inquiries, call Cheng Pimentel of Stages Production Specialist Inc. at (0917) 859 6544.

2. Streamline your workwear wardrobe.
If you're the type who scrambles for what to wear to the office every morning, take this opportunity to sort out your clothes. Those that scream shabby or disheveled need to go. In the office, you need to look your best. Start with power pieces that upgrade your everyday look.

3. Visit a museum.
Yuchengco, Lopez, Ayala—there should always be room for a little art in your life.

4. Organize your own barkada quiz night.
Married friends vs. single friends or boys vs. girls—either way, it'll be fun and memorable. Plus, it's a good way to catch up on current events. For example, did you know that Jennifer Aniston and her husband Justin Theroux might be having twins? Or that Jennifer Garner's new man is the new McDreamy?

5. Spend time with your favorite charity.
Support Heroes for Children Run 2015, a fundraising campaign organized by Anne Curtis for the benefit of UNICEF Philippines. Online registration is until October 11, 2015, but you can also register at select Chris Sports stores until October 21, 2015. For more information, visit www.unicef.ph or www.takbo.ph/heroesforchildren

5. Read a Jane Austen favorite.
Pride and Prejudice may be her most popular work, but if you've already had enough of Mr. Darcy, you can check out other equally great titles such as Emma, Mansfield Park, and Sense and Sensibility. Not a fan of the classics? Check out these 10 books by Meg Wolitzer instead!

6. Re-watch all your favorite series from the past decades.
We're talking Ally McBeal, Friends, Felicity, and yes, even Dawson's Creek. If you're into movies, try watching these go-to makeover movies with your gal pals instead. You know you want to!

7. Secure those salon appointments.
Get your hair colored and cut; get your brows waxed and threaded. This is your chance to pamper yourself. Not sure which salons to go to? Check out our full list of winning products and services when you visit the first Female Network Hair Awards site!

8. Practice your green thumb.

Houseplants have been known to help lower stress levels, so buy a few seedlings or succulents from the greenery near you and work your way to a happier and healthier life.

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