This is the easiest mug cake recipe ever, and it’s so good! I could serve this to dinner guests and they’d never know I “baked” these in a microwave. Continue reading “Easy Recipe: Flourless Chocolate Mug Cake”
So yesterday, I went to Powerplant to check out the Cathay Pacific and Citibank Travel Fair. I got there at 11:05 am, thinking I’d be one of the first in line… Continue reading “Cathay Pacific and Citibank Travel Fair 2015: Buy 1 and Get 2nd Ticket at US$50”
John and I have enjoyed many a meal at Earth Kitchen’s first branch along Katipunan Avenue, and we were happy to hear that they’ve opened a second restaurant on Bonifacio High Street. Continue reading “Earth Kitchen: Now Open in BGC!”
As a mom, I know how it feels when my kids have difficulty sleeping, whether it is due to a stuffy nose or eczema. With eczema in particular, kids get so uncomfortable and irritable with the persistent itching. Continue reading “Sweet Dreams with Elica”
Pine-Sol is a one brand that I automatically associate with housework, so I was surprised when they invited me and a group of other moms to enjoy a day of pampering at Sofitel Manila. Continue reading “Savor Your “Me” Time with Pine-Sol”
I have a confession to make: I don’t drive. I’ve enrolled myself in driving school a few times, and I even have a driver’s license — but I’ve never actually done any driving except around the village where I grew up. This used to embarrass me a bit, but I’ve since learned to appreciate Continue reading “Weekend Snaps: Road Testing the Chevrolet Trailblazer”
Yesterday, the husband and I decided to have lunch at Cibo, because we wanted to take advantage of their special 18th anniversary menu. The menu is made up of 18 pairs of dishes, one of which you order at the regular price, and the other one for only P18.00.
One of the life goals that I share with my husband is to grow our own organic vegetables for our family. So when we received an invitation to join an Organic Urban Gardening Workshop at Continue reading “How to Grow Organic Vegetables in Your Own Backyard (or Balcony)”