Blissful Kids · Blissful Parenting · Family Bliss

Limiting Kids’ Time on Gadgets

Since the vacation started, I found it harder to limit my kids’ use of their gadgets. Just last year, I did my list on how to enforce gadget discipline on my kids. However, I think I needed to revise them as some do not or cannot be applied anymore today; the eye-protection rule, one-battery-life a…… Continue reading Limiting Kids’ Time on Gadgets

Blissful Hearts · Project: Full Life · Random & Personal

My 2019 Lenten Reflections

ConfessionI grew up not comfortable in confessing my sins to other “appointed” people, aka priests. To be honest, all my confessions were only because I needed to – for first communion, confirmation, and marriage. There were times that I felt like I wanted to and needed to confess my sins but fear and shame always…… Continue reading My 2019 Lenten Reflections

Blissful Homes · Blissful Kids · Blissful Parenting · Family Bliss

How to Effectively Get Your Kids to Help with House Chores

It’s school break!!! Yeah! For most students whose schools still follow the old/traditional school year, like my children’s schools, vacation mode is on! The first month of the school break is usually a time for our family to: Relax in the evening. No homework and exams. Chill in the morning. Enjoy our breakfast. Extend our…… Continue reading How to Effectively Get Your Kids to Help with House Chores

Money Bliss · Project: Full Life · Random & Personal

Best Money Decisions in My Twenties

34 years of being alive!!! That’s 408 months or 1,768 weeks and more or less 12,418 days!!! LET THAT SINK IN, dear self!!! We do live every moment, but we get to die just once. Life is surely fleeting. Dying is certain but living (fully), isn’t. It’s not my birthday but I’m a bit blue…… Continue reading Best Money Decisions in My Twenties

Blissful Kids · Blissful Parenting

My Child Asks Me How to Know If a Person is Good or not

Last night, my six-year-old son asked me one tough question – pang beauty pageant level!!! Hehe. Well, he asked me how he would know if the person he wants to be friends with is a good person. For a good minute or two, I was speechless to the point that he repeated his question to…… Continue reading My Child Asks Me How to Know If a Person is Good or not

#MamaPicks · Beauty/Health Bliss · Blissful Finds · Project: Full Life · Random & Personal

My Top 5 Essential Oil Recipes

I am an essential oil user. I diffuse them in the air. I mix them up to make blends for various purposes. These blends I get to inhale or apply on my skin/body. But, I don’t ingest them. I don’t mix them with my food or drinks. Right now, I source my essential oils locally.…… Continue reading My Top 5 Essential Oil Recipes

Money Bliss

My Most Memorable Financial Losses

FOREX trading has finally caught my interest. So, the past few weeks have been a busy time for me trying to figure out if FOREX trading is for me or not. In the course of my research on the Internet, I’ve come across of blogs written by a few traders who, unsurprisingly, confessed about their…… Continue reading My Most Memorable Financial Losses

Blissful Parenting · Family Bliss · Random & Personal

Working Moms’ Contributions

I just realized that among my three planned posts for a week, the hardest one to come up with is the Monday Momday post. And, it’s not because I’ve run out of motherhood/parenthood topics. As a matter of fact, I often find my brain cluttered with mommy matters. The reason is, coming out from a…… Continue reading Working Moms’ Contributions

Random & Personal · Tummy Bliss

#TummyBliss The Boiling Crabs and Shrimps Plus Le Sucre Lab Dreamcakes: Gastronomic Adventures

Today is the most-awaited Friday and no motherhood or money post from me. I’m not surprised to find it difficult not to talk about these two topics in which my world seems to revolve around. But, I also quickly realized how necessary and healthy this day is for me as I am forced to refocus…… Continue reading #TummyBliss The Boiling Crabs and Shrimps Plus Le Sucre Lab Dreamcakes: Gastronomic Adventures

Money Bliss

What to Do When You are Short of Emergency Funds?

Ideally (and rightfully), we should have health insurances to cover big and sudden medical expenses and emergency fund for other unexpected life events that may happen. Before trying to grow your investment basket, you should first set aside an emergency fund equivalent to three to twelve months’ worth of living expenses. If you think your…… Continue reading What to Do When You are Short of Emergency Funds?