If you have the passion to write and want to level up your writing and photography skills, you can learn both from the upcoming workshop – “Writing That Works” and “Photography That Gets Published”. Writing That Works will be conducted by Chelo Banal-Formoso and “Photography That Gets Published” by veteran photographer Mandy Navasero. Advertisements
Most mom’s that I know went through two birthing experience, Cesarean and Natural birth. But these days, I am hearing more mom’s (especially overseas) opting to go through “Water birthing”. It sounds so unfamiliar here in the Philippines as;
One of the things that scares parents the most is when your child suddenly gets sick. Flu or extended days of fever. Parents need not to worry no more! Through PHILAB Holdings Corp’s., latest innovation, you can now buy a self-testing kit which functions similarly to a pregnancy test kit.
Have you ever experienced misplacing objects like keys, or maybe even food disappearing from where you left them, only to appear in the most unusual places? The most common remark people would say is; “ulyanin ka na!” But, in the other realm, there’s what we call, “the little spirits”.
LUSH is well-known for its one of a kind bath products. I haven’t tried a lot, but I hit jackpot with Honey, I washed the kids in soap gel. Recently, I was able to try their NEW shampoo bar. Revamped with their campaign, which is embellished in their best-selling shampoo bar with a message #BeCrueltyFree… Continue reading Beauty with a cause: LUSH NEW Shampoo bar
In the Philippines, we are known to observe the Lenten journey. Many of us sacrifice certain things that we normally do (or take) on a daily basis. But most prefer to give up eating any meat for the whole season.
There is a saying that the phrase “working mom” is redundant. Because all mothers are working mothers. While that stands true, I think between a stay-at-home mom and mom’s who keeps a 9 to 5 job? They have it harder.
Your child’s first haircut is an important event to every parent’s life. My daughter isn’t exactly blessed (or born) with thick hair (yet). Which, I admit why I have been putting off scheduling my daughter’s first haircut ever since she turned 1 year old. It was only just then that her hair started getting thicker… Continue reading The First Hair Cut
Having traveled (locally) into different places, If I were asked what is one destination that I can describe as picturesque, with no bias, it would still be Batanes. It is one of the smallest provinces in the Philippines, but the vast beauty of it never fails to blow away one’s mind. Such beauty, comes with… Continue reading Travel to Batanes
As a mom, I rarely spend for makeup unless necessary. Which means, I just need to restock because I hit pan. Other times, my boss shares her goodies with us and surprisingly, I discovered two products that I now include in my makeup list.