Last weekend, my office mates and I went to Bacolod City for work.
I’m turning 22 in a few days and I just realized that even though I’ve been constantly blogging and writing, I haven’t really shared much about me.
If I’d have to choose one activity that I could do all day, every single day, that would be shopping.
Not gonna lie. I’m a hoarder of skin care products. I probably have at least eight soaps and lotions for different moods and occasions – for work days, special work days, weekends, happy weekends and so on.
Finally bid goodbye to my brassy hair and I couldn’t be happier!
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Tucked in the serene coastal areas of Quezon, Real Coast & Surf was designed and created with travelers’ wants and needs in mind.
Being a frustrated artist since like forever, there’s still a glimmer of hope inside me that says, one day, I’ll be able to make my own artwork, too. I guess that’s exactly why I love attending art-related events – to be inspired by the countless crafts made with hard work, creativity, and passion.
I’m a Digital Marketing girl who works for two fashion brands five days a week. After office hours, I find time to do my DIY projects, visit places, attend art-related events, go to local indie gigs, write articles for my awesome side-hustle, and photograph pets all over the metro.
What better way to spend your Sunday than to have brunch and share sunny side up eggs with the one you love?
These handmade, plant-based and cruelty-free skin care products are must-haves!
I’ve always had a big heart for sunflowers.
Partly because of their bright yellow-orange colors, but more of how they stand for a sunny disposition. I love the way they turn and face the sun, and how they remind me to always look at the brighter side of things.
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Have you been looking for natural and cruelty-free soaps that do more than just clean?
Luljetta’s is the first and only hanging gardens spa in the country that nestles in the serene city of Antipolo together with Loreland Resort, Camptipolo and the new Luljetta’s Bed and Breakfast.
No need to go all the way to Katipunan because The Yard Underground is now open!
Putting your professional career first doesn’t mean you have to give up that silly hobby that makes your heart sparkle in happiness!
As an urban-dwelling 21-year old who lives far away from home, I have limited options when it comes to shopping for furniture. As much as I want to bring home all the lovely things I see when I window shop at Crate and Barrel and Heima, or have my home designed by Heim Interiors, my budget can only handle purchases from SM Makati’s Department Store or Landmark’s.
Whoever said OPM is dead must have been living under a rock.
Were you at Satchmi’s Vinyl Day last Saturday?
Imagine this: exploring Old Manila topped with activities aimed to encourage the youth to take on both old and new forms and practices of art. Yup, not only can you witness works of art, you also get to participate and make one yourself.
If you’re on a budget like me, you probably look for the pieces of furniture you need in the home sections of malls, department stores, and thrift shops. Chances are, you’re also ick-ing and ugh-ing at the thought of bringing home the same old faux-wood, varnished furniture.
From young artists to well-known individuals in the local art scene, our favorite galleries, Philippines’ best art schools, diverse art spaces and independent art groups, Art in the Park 2016 got you covered with sundry of art pieces you would definitely want to take with you
or take photos of.