About: Arlyn May Bongay

Arlyn May Bongay

After a brief albeit memorable experience in the hotel industry as a PR and Marketing Communications Specialist, Arly May “Amber” Bongay has made peace with the reality of being a full-time mother. Recently giving birth to their third child, her career has taken a backseat and is presently enjoying life as a mother of three beautiful girls. Although most often (if not always) bogged down at home with Mommy duties, she continues to be an advocate of Violence Against Women, HIV & AIDS Awareness, and Financial Education. She was awarded last year by a popular newspaper in their city as the Performing Artist of the Year for her outstanding performances in Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues, which is her participation in the advocacy for Women's Rights. She chaired the second photo exhibit on expressive photography for their campaign on HIV & AIDS for the second year and she is a happy distributor in life insurance, where she practices her advocacy for Financial Education as a Licensed Financial Advisor and soon a Registered Financial Planner. That and she is happy to maintain her role as a tickler of life.

She owes her diverse knowledge in other fields to her educational background. She took up Architecture in College then Nursing as a second course and proceeded to a short course in Massage Therapy. So while being a certified Draftswoman and Massage Therapist, she is also a spokeswoman for health and welfare organizations. To further extend her views in life, she became an English and Soft Skills trainer for a leading American call center.

But her writing goes a long way back to Grade School where she began as a staff writer. She eventually worked her way to college as a scholar-Editor in a school publication for a known University. Even then, she has contributed not only to the college paper but to the popular newspapers in her city until today. She is the author of two original plays, one which has been staged twice.

She is married to Jumbo Vedrero Bongay. They now have three deliciously named daughters, Jam, Jelly, and Jube. She is still thinking of pursuing her dreams of publishing her long-biding novels.

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Articles by Arlyn May Bongay

The Ways of the Words: What Happened to Grammar and Spelling Over the Years?

When the world decided to change with the technology it created, language took a form of its own. It adapted. Owing to slang, abbreviated words, acronyms and disregarded grammar conduct, we have added to and omitted from the dictionary. The older generation can only flinch as the “newbies” “zoosh” the global “lingo.”

Women’s Pregnancy Fears: Reasons Why Some Women Don’t Want Pregnancy

Contrary to presumptions of female productivity, not every woman wants to get pregnant. In the US, of the 4,000 respondents who haven’t conceived, there is a staggering difference between the 14% who are trying to get pregnant and the 60% who are trying not to. What gives?

Dear Mr. Abercrombie & Fitch, The World is Round and Beautiful – I Hope You Get the Gist

Women will kill to get what they can when it’s Sale Day. But when women (and teens alike) kill themselves just to fit into the jeans that their society decides they couldn’t fit in, someone must take the blame. Mr. Mike Jeffries, here is what we have to say.

PINTERESTing: A Look Into PINTEREST (And How It Could Work For You)

Today, Pinterest’s ridiculously easy one­click curation system has become a platform for artists, bloggers and even entrepreneurs. Here is a little PINTERESTing history and how Pinterest could work for people from different walks of life.

Old Wives’ Tales in a New Man’s (and Woman’s) Generation

In the turn of the century, technology has eclipsed the era of superstitious beliefs. As gadgetry and robotics became man’s ultimate gift and curse in present time, the age-old warnings are shunned aside. Science has proven some to be true, but do the children of the new generation have anything to fear from old wives’ tales?

Human Skin Problems With Animal Names: Get to Know Them Enough to Get Rid of Them

Bumps like chicken skin, striped skin patterns like a zebra’s and reptilian-like scaly skin in nether areas and on visible body parts – these are real human skin conditions. Let’s put the clinical spotlight on these skin problems and find out if there is any way we can switch off these “animal” tendencies.

The Languages of the World: Different Tongues, Similar Words (well, almost)

The events revolving around the Tower of Babel is a story known to many. In the story, we are told that there was a time when we all used one language until the the division of mankind and subsequent fall of the tower itself. If this is true, then this could be the closest explanation to the similar (and almost similar) words we share around the world.

Orange, Gold, Green, Blue, Your True Colors – Yes, That’s You!

Surely the 8O’s hit “True Colors” must be more than it sounds. But this article isn’t entirely about the song, it may surprise you that this is a psychological test. Pick out your favorite color, find out how it speaks for yourself – and “see your true colors shining through”.

Wastes to Health

We call them dirty as soon as we stand up from the toilet and leave the bathroom. This is how we see our bodily wastes. However, who would have known that even as man progresses, getting a little more Neanderthal could actually be a healthier alternative?

Itchy Itchy Little Panty, Smelling Kinda Little Fishy

Many women get it but don’t know how. To ask anyone about perennial matters makes for one uneasy conversation, so she would rather not ask. What’s with the itch and smell, really? We will pull the panties off, take a closer look at the itch (and more) caused by Bacterial Vaginosis or BV and learn how to scratch it off.