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It is harder now to determine who is Truly Rich, what with hordes of people coming into money or, you know, dressing like they have money.
While waiting for my driver to pick me at the driveway of Grand Old Hotel, I overheard this conversation: “That one! That looks like a good one right, Jen?”“Yes, yes! Porsche Boxster, the 2020 model. Gucci sneakers. Suit and sunglasses. And a full ...
 
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With a confused look, Salonga immediately corrected the news anchor.
Exactly 30 years after Miss Saigon debuted in the U.K., singer and actor Lea Salonga was welcomed back with her first U.K. concert tour. She was, however, not introduced as the Filipino singer-actress we know her to be.In an awkward case of mixing ...
 
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Like taste, style, talent, and charisma, coolness is something that simply and naturally happens.
So a funny thing happened to me yesterday. While inside an elevator rocketing skyward to one of the family apartments in the city, one of my interns (my Truly Rich Mother decided to be charitable and volunteered me to her amigas as ...
 
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Is a pause from life worth it? Or are you just wasting your time?
Dear Truly Rich Lady,Asking for a friend: Is taking a gap year a good idea? Also, is it okay if my friend—not me!—does a gap year even though she is no longer fresh out of high school or college or in her ...
 
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Our resident Truly Rich Lady lists down her daily gains and losses.
“Uh, ma’am, your financial advisers have asked that you please curb your spending,” says Lennie, my new assistant (the other one is on vacation). “They wish to inform you that, unfortunately, you went over your allocation for miscellaneous expenses last quarter, and ...
 
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Imagine: The museum is a charming little shop filled with fragile plates. The plates are dangerously thin and also cost more than your life.
“O-wee, young Zi-zi, the painting was so ekz-kwee-zeet! I just had to touch the leetle ten-dreelz of the fleur,” said Mrs. Beaumont, my private art instructor, when we first met many, many years ago.I thought it strange, but also exciting. Doing something ...
 
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To satisfy your selfish hearts, here are amendments on the ending of Game of Thrones. 
Contrary to popular belief, I like all the modern pastimes, including television or what the kids call now, streaming (watching TV is apparently extinct). In particular, I am up to speed with the TV event of our lifetime, Game of Thrones, and, ...
 
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The things we hold dearest in the Truly Rich World are now taking a backseat to softer values such as mindfulness, flexibility, passion, inner peace, and rest.
According to a survey done by the household help of my Truly Rich Neighbor, workers want more of this thing called balance: “Ma’am, we want to go on vacation because we are tired. Thank you, Ma’am. Come again.” According to my Truly Rich ...
 
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Are you mad or sad? This is fine. Other people strongly advice acknowledging your feelings in full.
Dear Truly Rich Lady:My ex is getting married next week. These are the things that I am feeling: I am shocked to find out that he has found someone else to finally settle down with and I am little disappointed that I ...
 
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Perception is hard to shake off, especially when you are bombarded with images of the mestiza, the chinita, the East Asian, and the Caucasian.
Hello, people of the world, fellow Truly Rich Ladies and other beings who have to work! I am writing this from a secret summer place, and I feel like I am shouting. AM I SHOUTING? I FEEL LIKE I AM. BECAUSE I ...
 
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'To the Higher Power I pray because I know I have committed, in fact, the seven most serious. I am truly rich, but I am also human.'
No, no, no—I am not on a secret island somewhere in the Atlantic right now. I am not sipping a tall tumbler of watermelon sangria, while silently booing the taut bodies of 20-somethings. I am not doing all those things because it ...
 
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"They are the wind beneath my wings," says the Truly Rich Lady.
The airline minder directs me toward the back of the plane into the pit of people crammed like worms in plastic pods. “Ma'am, you are here in economy. Enjoy your flight,” she tells me. I find myself being pushed down into the ...
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