More articles about: C.C. Coo

 
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What good is the freedom that money offers if you don’t know how to relax?
So maybe a Truly Rich Lady has reached that point where she is super stinky rich, which really should free her from the indignity of having to wake up at the screeching of an alarm clock. And yet she still feels the ...
 
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A look into the things that sparked joy and the things she thanked and threw out.
I am still trying to figure out how I feel about pocket-sized, tidying-up queen Marie Kondo.Am I enamored of her girlish charm? Or do I find her brand of niceness boring?Do I feel that full-body tingle when I hold an overwrought Lladro ...
 
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Can shortcuts help you make the cut?
My Truly Rich Friends, especially the old ones, will not be happy to know that I am sharing these shortcuts to success with you, my Not So Rich readers. But I see myself as Queen of the People, and so to the ordinary ...
 
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"Some I adore, others I like, and a few I don’t really need—but what matters most is that I was remembered by the people I love."
My Truly Rich Sister is very obsessive about folding paper, so the detritus of Christmas (the mess of wrappers, ribbons, and sticky tape) has been cleared away and the only thing that remains is the bounty of stuff.I’ve only surveyed my stash ...
 
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I, too, just like the rest of the country, clapped like a seal and let out a yelp when Steve Harvey announced Miss Philippines as the winner, says the Truly Rich Lady.
Would you like to send a message or ask the Truly Rich Lady a question? E-mail her at [email protected]here have only been a handful of times when I've witnessed such a climactic expression of emotion within the halls of the Coo House.The ...
 
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Christmas gift ideas for the woman who has everything and the frenemy you have to play nice with, according to the Truly Rich Lady.
Anyone who takes Christmas seriously would have already finished the ever-welcome task of bestowing people with objects that sum up how you feel about them. Of course, not everyone is the Truly Rich Lady, a festive Christmas person, who is currently on ...
 
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Sit down for a family meeting and establish these rules from the Truly Rich Lady for a tolerable vacation.
Because we work so very hard and see so little of each other, family vacations are absolutely sacred to the Truly Rich Lady.This is why I am not afraid to break a few eggs whenever I am appointed as the HCIC or ...
 
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Readers, is there a particular way you take your Christmas/ New Year’s/ reunion photographs?
I am very happy that the face of my Truly Rich Aunt has finally settled just in time for the many family portraits of the holiday season. While she still has the permanent of expression of someone surprised or softly electrocuted, at ...
 
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A sporting event has divided the Coo household—how does our Truly Rich Lady take sides?
The usually quiet Coo household has been turned upside-down, and the cause for the tumult is something I did not expect: basketball.You see, there are Coos who went to the blue school, Coos who went to the maroon school, Coos who went ...
 
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Truly Rich People can be quite funny.
I really want to know more about my friends, so when Town&Country Philippines hosted its Fab Dine Around event (This is a marvelous idea! Why put together a party when you can have 61 restaurants do it for you?), I took the ...
 
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Lessons on how to live a long and fulfilled life.
I, the Truly Rich Lady, am not afraid of getting old. In fact, I am looking forward to the (still far off) days when I am entitled to free parking, preferential service at banks, and a discount for a double scoop of ...
 
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Manners expert Emily Post naturally makes the list.
Who are the people, dead or alive, you would like to meet?At many parties, this question somehow manages to slip into the conversation, especially during a lull, as if moments of quiet automatically mean boring, and therefore dreadful, and thus a failure ...
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