Just like that (*snap), two months of 2020 ended Some wounds have not yet mended This new decade seems to be not yet done In cascading troubles for everyone Taal spewed ashes into the air Kobe’s helicopter crashed in the land Coronavirus scare reached the seas Wildfire hit the forests down under There was the…… Continue reading Dear 2020, our God is bigger than you!
For my birthday this year, the hubby and I decided to just stay in Manila because of the heavy traffic brought by Skyway expansion construction and SEA Games Philippines 2019. Since there are sports events around Manila, we decided to check out the venues and watch whatever game we could catch on the day. This…… Continue reading Happy Birthday at the SEA Games Philippines 2019
My favorite season is finally here. The season of (heightened) shopping, gifting, feasting, partying and of course giving and sharing has officially begun. With the left and right spending, let us not forget to save and invest a portion of our bonuses or Holiday money. Aside from the traditional options I have already blogged about…… Continue reading #MoneyBliss | “Premyo Bonds” of Bureau of the Treasury Available Until December 13
Children, nowadays, seem to have allergic reaction with almost anything and everything found in their surroundings, be it inside or outside their homes. My kids are not excluded. Sudden changes in the weather, pollution and talc seem to cause their noses to get red and runny. Slowly, I am learning how to manage their allergic…… Continue reading Aguimazing Kids Go to Fort Santiago and Aguinaldo Shrine
For the nth time, I asked my son, Jonath, if he wants a party for his seventh birthday (7th is supposed to be a big deal, right?) But, for the nth time too, he said, “No, Mom! Party games again!” – in a bored and frustrated voice. So, no party it was. We asked him…… Continue reading Son, Happy 7th Birthday!
Before my break from blogging, I was into Capsule Wardrobe and up until this point, I’m still very much at it and I honestly think I’ve reached over 90% of my target or ideal wardrobe. With the help of YourCloset, I can easily track down my progress and take a good look at my entire…… Continue reading Capsule Wardrobe | Easy Ways to Transform Your Basics
I took an almost three-month hiatus. To be honest, I wasn’t so busy with work. I just felt like I needed a little time for myself, off from social media, for my own well-being and mental health. I wasn’t active in FB or IG too. I missed writing, though. And, like always, writing or this…… Continue reading #BlissfulKids | Art in Island Day
This is another unconventional #MoneyBliss post. My journey into building a basic “capsule” wardrobe in consonance with minimalism has led me to other unexpected sub-paths such as ethical fashion and sustainability. My work-in-progress basic wardrobe has so far benefited me in the following ways: 1. I have a 360 view of all the things I…… Continue reading How I Care for the Items in My Closet
As you may have read on my previous post, I am in the process of curating my personal capsule wardrobe. At this moment, I’m still in that “exhilarating” stage. I’ve scaled down the number of clothes in my closet. It’s probably the smallest size I had ever since I started earning my own money. So…… Continue reading Money Tips in Building a Capsule Wardrobe
For the kids’ last school break hurrah, we decided to take them all on an out of town trip. We wanted to gift Claret the experience of flying in an airplane for her fifth birthday since she’s making us kulit about wanting to ride an airplane. We chose Bohol for our first family travel destination.…… Continue reading Family Travel with Three Children Under Seven