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How GMA Artist Center talents stay productive

While most Filipinos are still stuck in quarantine, Kapuso stars share tips on how to stay productive even in the comfort of their homes via the new online show I Know Right/IKR.

Various GMA Artist Center talents try their hands on doing life hacks or ‘Do-It-Yourself’ activities every week that encourage viewers to remain efficient while at the same time exercising their creativity skills.

Last Friday, May 29, soon-to-be mommy Max Collins demonstrated a personal care tip that can relieve cramps, stimulate blood flow, and improve mobility using items that you can easily find in your closets and kitchen.

How GMA Artist Center talents stay productive
GMA Artist Center talents Kristoffer Martin and Myrtle Sarrosa
Last Monday, June 1, Myrtle Sarrosa taught netizens how to make their own face shields which can be very helpful in protecting themselves when going outside for work or errands. It was followed by an informative talk by Chynna Ortaleza where she listed safety tips in battling the pandemic and staying healthy.

On Wednesday, June 3, Descendants of the Sun star Jon Lucas shared a popular life hack called “Banana Peel Shoeshine.” This was followed by Kristoffer Martin who gave viewers a look on his knack for photography and shared some of his techniques.

How GMA Artist Center talents stay productive
GMA Artist Center talents Jon Lucas and Lexi Gonzales
Tomorrow, June 5, StarStruck Season 7 alumna Lexi Gonzales shows how facemasks can easily be made at home. This will be followed by Arra San Agustin’s “Ways To Reuse Tea Bags.”

All these and more on I Know Right/IKR, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on GMA Artist Center’s Facebook page.Be sure to tune into their official social media pages for the latest updates.

Topics: I Know Right/IKR , ‘Do-It-Yourself’ activities , GMA Artist Center , Max Collins
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