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RL Reader of the Week: Lorena Serapio

Our RL Reader of the Week shows us her home and reveals what she loves best about Real Living

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Our RL Reader of the Week is Lorena Serapio (Instagram: @inaserapio518). Lorena lives in a 50sqm home in Bulacan. She has been reading the magazine since 2003. 

Real Living (RL): What do you love best about Real Living?

Lorena Serapio (Lorena): I love Real Living because you're the only home magazine and website in the Philippines that feature small and simple homes. 

RL:  What are the biggest lessons that you have learned from Real Living?

Lorena: I learned how to avoid clutter, make DIY projects, and choose perfect indoor plants. Most importantly, I learned that even affordable decor can make a home beautiful. 

Are you a RL reader with a RL-inspired home? Show us! Like us on Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/realliving.ph> or follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @reallivingph. You can post your photos with the IG hashtag: #instalivingph

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