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Jolina Magdangal: Epitome of a happy, contented mom

Kapamilya celebrity mom Jolina Magdangal is looking every inch a happy and contented mom of two-year old son Pele Iñigo. It seems that she has established a very good rapport with her husband, Rivermaya’s original member Mark Escueta, when it comes to taking care of their kid. 

This enables the former teen idol to handle a resurgent career as a mainstay of Sunday variety show ASAP and as daily host of talk show of Magandang Buhay with fellow “momshies” Karla Estrada and Melai Cantiveros.

In her recent social media posts, she mentioned having peace of mind in running her home. But apart from a very loving and supportive husband, it is because of her energy-efficient home appliances whose electricity cost per hour she is aware of. 

In one Twitter post, Jolina raved, “Full-blast aircon bonding nights kasi made even better by Meralco Orange Tag - we’re assured of our cost per hour!” 

A screengrab of Jolina Magdangal's social media post that captures how relaxed she is as a mom 

In another post also on Twitter, the actress singer shared, “Tonight’s mission: Look for perfect bedtime snacks for Pele. No worries ‘cause according to Meralco Orange Tag, it’s around P18 per day to have the ref working.”

Then you might ask, how does she know how much is the electricity cost of using major home appliances? She said this is made possible by the Meralco Orange Tag – that round, bright orange label that you will find on some appliances on display in your favorite mall. The said labels inform appliance buyers how much it costs per hour to operate a certain type of electric appliance.

Next time you go shopping for big-ticket home appliances, make sure that you look for the Meralco Orange tag so you can choose the most electricity cost-efficient brand and model of appliance.  

This info is also available at http://www.meralco.com.ph/orangetag.

Topics: Jolina Magdangal , Meralco Orange Tag
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