Who’s up for another crafting workshop? If you’re into calligraphy or watercolor, you might want to join the Crafters and Scrappers Calligraphy and Floral Watercolor workshops.
ZPosts Manila was nice enough to invite me to this event and I’ll be attending their Calligraphy workshop tomorrow. They have very limited seats though and I’m not sure if they still have available slots. You may, of course, contact the organizers to inquire.
Hello loves! How’s your summer so far? We all know that summer time is not only for travel but also for trying out new activities and hobbies. Also, you all know how much I love crafting, so I’m definitely not going to miss a fun crafting event this weekend called Instax and Crafts, organized by Fujifilm Philippines!
If you love crafting workshops and want to win a year’s supply of Instax films or new Instax cameras, this event is for you! For more information and registration details, read the Instax and Crafts press release below. See you there! Continue reading →
Valentine’s is over but we still have a lot of occasions and holidays coming this year. And since they’re all actually a yearly thing, it can get hard thinking of gift ideas. Well, let me share my easy go-to gift idea that’s great for any occassion–tumblers!
Tumblers are awesome gifts because it’s practical, re-usable, great for girls or boys, and can be so cute and pretty. Of course you can always buy tumblers at stores; they’re available in all sorts of themes and designs. But if you want to step up on gifting a tumbler, why not make it personalized or custom-made? And if you’re feeling crafty, feel free to DIY! Below are some decorating ideas for different occasions.
Hello, blogosphere! It’s been a while and I’ve been racking up my brains and thinking of the perfect new year post here. I’ve thought of several different topics but I realized that perhaps it will be best to tell you what’s been happening with me. Yes?
Okay, so I’ve been quite MIA in the last quarter of 2015. I have no proper excuse, really. Sure, lots of things (problematic situations actually) happened but back then, I would resort to blogging than wallowing on self-pity. Not that I spent all those times just feeling depressed but it seems that I just lost the drive to blog (during those times at least). IDK, I felt somewhat disconnected to what I was writing here. Yes, of course, all I write here are honest and genuine but I kind of missed writing about me, my life, and my thoughts. I know, so narcissistic, right? But not quite, I like writing, my thoughts, maybe I should really start an offline journal. Haha!
So anyway, I skipped blogging but I started vlogging! Yep, video blog, on YouTube! It’s a different medium, it feels different, it’s really awkward at first and whenever I’m at a public space. But I just tried and I kinda love it.
As Manila progressively expand their culinary scene ranging from farm-to-table concepts to authentic Mexican cuisine, the city is quickly ranking as a diverse food capital in Asia. The gastronomic innovations, particularly in street food, have flourished alongside the booming economy, manifesting as one of the drivers for tourism as discussed on The Lonely Planet.
But a Manila resident knows that one does not need to travel far and wide across the metropolitan to see a variety of the city’s food landscape. Although each of the districts offer their own contributions to the array of cuisines, none of them quite live up to the standards set by Maginhawa. Nestled in UP Teacher’s Village, Maginhawa never ceases to surprise and amaze the foodie community, as entrepreneurs share their takes on beloved Filipino favorites and introduce new cultures through international cuisines. Whether you fancy a bowl of flaming Taiwanese noodles, crave a brioche burger, or want to satisfy your sweet tooth with a delicious cupcake, there’s a little something for everyone in this neighborhood.
I’ve been thinking of replacing my phone since August but I couldn’t get myself to doing so because of practical reasons. I was actually saving up for a new one and planning to buy this Christmas or early next year when this ASUS ZenFone 2 Laser came just in time! YAY!
If you’re following me on Instagram, you’ve probably seen my post before unboxing this baby. Anyway, I’ve had a couple of weeks road-testing this phone and it’s about time that I share a review of this amazing gadget. Below is my unboxing video with overview and first impressions. Go ahead and watch it!
Remember when Glamourbox used to have monthly subscription boxes? I jumped in late in the beauty box wagon and didn’t have enough moolah to subscribe to all of them but I have tried Glamourbox before. I subscribed to a one-month subscription just to try it out and got a special edition box just like this one. I must say, Glamourbox curates awesome special edition boxes! Imagine my excitement when I heard that they’re offering another special edition box AND for a makeup brand!
To be honest, I was a little hesitant on subscribing to this one because 1. it’s more expensive than my usual beauty box subscription and 2. Glamourbox special edition boxes are always awesome but there was one box that only had two or three products inside which would make you feel like you didn’t really save much by subscribing. BUT they posted a teaser that there’s gonna be a 12-shade eyeshadow palette in the box and I was easily sold. LOL I know and I’m not sorry. Hee.
Last Tuesday, I attended the Watsons Triple Bonus bloggers event at SM Aura. They introduced their latest promo and the awesome prizes to be given away. Basically, the Triple Bonus Promo gives you great discounts, e-raffle with hot prizes, and instant cash coupon. And as part of the event, we were given Php 3,000 worth of gift certificates to shop at Watsons that day. Who could say no to a shopping spree? Not me! Heh.
Filipinos are very talented especially when it comes to music. Who doesn’t love a good Karaoke session to celebrate, well, anything? So if you feel like belting out to your new favorite song, you might as well join this awesome online singing contest hosted by Taiwan Excellence! Get a chance to win gadgets, cash prize of up to Php 50,000, and a motorcycle. You can also sing with Sam Concepcion and meet Maja Salvador! Be sure to read the PR below for more details and contest mechanics.
I’m still in love with my first-ever BDJ Box Elite that I got last August so let me share my unboxing with you guys. Hee.
As I’ve said in my previous unboxing blog, that was the last regular BDJ Box for this year and they’re now exclusively offering Elite boxes. It came in the mail around the second week of August, two days before my birthday actually. Yay, thanks BDJ Box for my birthday gift (which I bought for myself, haha)! It’s so great to receive a BDJ Box early; unlike before, when we usually receive the boxes by the third or fourth week of the month.
Let me share with you what I got inside my July 2015 BDJ Box. You’ve probably seen it all but I just want to share mine and my first impressions on the products I got.
This is the last regular BDJ Box for this year; they are now offering BDJ Box Elite only, from August to December. I got this box last July 24 which is still late but a little earlier than the previous month. Honestly, I kind of forgot that I was expecting a July BDJ Box so I was, actually, a little surprised when I received mine.
For those looking for The Secret of Youth, look no further, Nu Skin is here. Nu Skin Philippines is a direct-selling company that offers Nu Skin and Pharmanex products. Open since 1998, it is a subsidiary of Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. that was founded in 1984 in the US. I can’t believe I’m only learning about this now.
I’ve actually heard of Nu Skin before; I know someone who uses their product. At the time, I thought that it was just new in the market. I also thought that it was a very interesting product but haven’t really learned much about it before. So I was really excited when they invited me at their exclusive Nu Skin ageLOC Expo a few weeks ago.