Schedule of Christmas Bazaar 2013 In Manila

I’m compiling Christmas bazaar schedules around the Metro since Christmas is around the corner and simply because I vowed that I’ll start my Christmas shopping early on (last year I regret having not shopped early). You can really save a lot of money when you do your shopping ahead of the Christmas season. For Christmas […]

Why It Was A Pain Commuting to Manila

When Erap and Isko Moreno were not seated in Manila governance, I am able to travel with ease from Ortigas to Manila and back. But when both of them decided to ban buses entering Manila without PROPER permits, chaos broke out. I think it has been 2-3 months since this new change has rolled out […]

A Magnet of Odd Pets

That’s what I said to my husband yesterday while we were both busy attending to our own businesses and the boys (our cats) were too hyped to care. It was indeed a hyper manic, rainy, yaya-less Monday. Let me tell you why I think we’re magnets of odd pets. Our first adopted furry son is […]

When I Don’t Blog, I Must Be Reading

I was technically away the past few days because of the fantastic literary works that kept me busy. Books & Ebooks that has come my way has kept me away from my laptop over the weekend. It was my motivation to finish all my pending tasks so I can spend more time reading them. I […]

Krem-Top’s Change for the Better Campaign

Press Release    As part of Krem-Top’s Change for the Better campaign, Papa Jack, Krem-Top’s brand ambassador, awarded the Proud Pinoy Digital Contest winners last September 7, 2013 at Fleur De Lys in Quezon City. Krem-Top invited fans to submit photos showing how Proud Pinoys can help change the nation for the better. The winners […]

Why We Love the Pinypon Toys

When Peaches turned 3, I introduced her to Lego and other building blocks but like most of her toys, she used them for a day or two and never touched them again. I guess because when the pieces were formed, she didn’t want to play with them anymore because they’re too small and for her […]

Friday Love: And The Hunt Continues

We’ve finally finished the tasks for our clients this week and declared our weekend as of 5 minutes ago! That means we’re on our hunting gears and our rucksacks are full of pots and potions.  Welp, our MU Philippines characters at least! I have 2 of them this time. My main character is again a […]

Workshop: Soaring with SOAR Framework

Being part of my husband’s brainchild, Pirkko & Troy Team Building Events, I want to bring more to the table by learning the ways deeper than what I currently have. My Mother In law who’s a consultant and an expert on Organization Development will be facilitating a 2-day workshop that will benefit any organization or […]

What Are The Simple Things That You Splurge On?

This post is inspired by one of the questions from Plurk raised by my good friend, Kat. The background of the question is, what are the simple things that you felt were inadequate while growing up so now that you’re earning, you splurge on it. Most of the answers are really interesting like, one friend […]

Lessons From A Blessed Sunday

Today was spent with people I grew up with- Aunt who’s seen me all through the years, cousins who I love. My elder cousin recently finished a course of some sort on his local parish (Catholic) and he’s now part of a missionary group that goes around homes to preach the Bible. I feel happy […]

What’s Your Bathroom Like?

A client once told me that if you want to know how the company is being run or how your potential co-workers are, look at the office’s restroom. It should tell you a lot about the people using it and the people running it. I couldn’t agree more. My family and friends know how meticulous […]

How I Treated My Acne

I’m not a beauty blogger and I don’t think I will ever be so please do not expect before and after photos since I don’t really take photos of myself when I have serious skin problems. In fact, I detest looking at photos that clearly capture my flaws. Instead, know few products that I’ve used […]

Ultimate Friendship Test by Carlsberg

Just for the record, I am not endorsing Carlsberg in this post. I do like their advertisement and I think you will too. Would you do this to your best friend? Even if I would and surely I could but my best friend would know me inside and out. He knows I don’t play poker […]

UP Tennis Court Fees

Once a week, I go to UP to play tennis with my hitting partner. If you’re like me who has been searching for a tennis court to play and pay for a hitting partner, UP tennis court is the perfect venue. There are 2 kinds of courts in UP, shell court and hard court. Though […]

SM Accessories As Endorsed by Fashionable Stars

Witness again the fashion authorities glammed up to the nines with their hand-picked pieces from SM Accessories. Fashion becomes versatile as Xian Lim, Georgina Wilson, Richard Gutierrez and Anne Curtis star in the SM Accessories for the third quarter. Ladies, take your pick from classic gold, grey and silver jewelry that match virtually any outfit […]

Missing Lolo Marco

Who says you’re only allowed to post old photos of yourself or your family and friends on Thursdays? #throwbackthrusdays #tbt as they hash tag it. I’ve been missing my Lolo (Mom’s side) today and couldn’t get him out of my head so I’m sending him love, prayer and gratitude all day long. When it felt […]

Cleaning Service for Ortigas Condominiums

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What 9 Products You Can’t Live Without?

Let’s say you’re in a tight budget and you just need to buy 9 products for your family, what are those? This post is inspired by a question raised by my good friend, Kat and a post from Rappler.com Many of our friends responded rice and food to be their number 1 priority. You will […]

South Cotabato’s T’nalak Festival 2013 Schedule of Events

Being a true blooded South Cotabatoeña I am posting the schedule of events for the upcoming T’nalak Festival. T’nalak Festival is a colorful and most celebrated festival in the province of South Cotabato. T’nalak is the woven fabric that T’boli women are so famous of making. It’s unique and has become a world class fabric. […]

Strengthening the Link Between the Past and the Present with Bingo

In this day and age of iPads and Galaxy Tabs, parents have deviated away from the classic yet equally entertaining game of bingo. But more than the chance of winning tons of prizes, the lifeblood of the game runs deep in the roots of our family tree. Played fondly by millions of people worldwide, bingo […]