Ever since I can remember, it’s always been more important to me to pursue my passions than to make a lot of money. But obviously, the ideal would be to do both. Continue reading
A few months ago, Jan of Little Earth Tiddler sent our family a basket of their products to try. I instantly loved how pretty everything looked, but I wasn’t expecting to find a miracle worker in our stash.
School of Rock, a non-traditional music school franchise from the US, is now in the Philippines, and Jacob got to try their keyboards classes for beginners. Continue reading
I finally made it to one of School of Styling’s workshops, and it was so much fun! Continue reading
School of Styling Philippines, a passion project of Em Sulit of Game Changer and Indy Ycasiano of She Dreams in Ink, launches their very first styling workshop, Tablescapes and Table Setting.
My kids and I have been getting sick on and off since after Christmas. Just the other night, Jacob started vomitting, and he’s been at it for over 24 hours now. His lab results came back negative for amoebiasis, and our pediatrician said he caught a stomach virus. I later found out that 10 out of the 30 boys in Jacob’s class all have the same symptoms! Continue reading
Marketa is the Philippines’ first online lifestyle marketplace. They aim to provide the country’s micro, small, and medium enterprises with a platform to sell their products online. Continue reading
Have you started Christmas shopping? Or maybe you’re already done? Continue reading
One of my favorite places to visit at the Ginza shopping district is the Muji flagship store in Yurakucho. Continue reading
The Expo Mom Holiday Edition will be at Glorietta from November 6 to 8, 2015, but just in case you can’t make it to the event, you can now shop ahead via Mommy Mundo’s online marketplace, which will be open until November 5 only.
Sometimes it takes a fresh pair of eyes to see your city in a whole new light, and today I’m excited to share a list of things to do in Manila from a rather unlikely source.
The Katipunan Art Festival is a collaborative event featuring local artists and creatives in Katipunan, Quezon City, and is happening all day TODAY, October 3, 2015. Continue reading
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
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
What is a Lego Certified Store and how is it different from other stores that sell Lego products?
When you think of a luxurious bed, what is the first thing that comes to mind? For me, it’s Tempur. Continue reading