Underwater Adventure at Manila Ocean Park

It’s the last Travel Tuesday of 2013! I know I missed a lot in the past months — sorry for that. Traveling has to be put off most of the time since it’s difficult to go around with two little ones. And, there’s the budget issue because we just moved to a new house. Anyway, … Read moreUnderwater Adventure at Manila Ocean Park

The Little Man’s First Haircut

We’ve been thinking of bringing the Little Man to Cuts 4 Tots for the longest time already. His hair has gotten so long that strands would get to his eyes; prompting him to scratch and scratch and scratch until his eyes turn red. Not good! So, on Christmas day, we brought our boy to the … Read moreThe Little Man’s First Haircut

Japanese-inspired Dinner Date at Akira, The Art of Sushi and Teppanyaki

After attending the gala night of Mga Anino ng Kahapon last week, Daddy A and I went on a late night dinner date at Akira, The Art of Sushi and Teppanyaki in Burgos Circle. You see, Daddy A recently developed this obsession for finding the best ramen within the metro. 😀 So, when we walked … Read moreJapanese-inspired Dinner Date at Akira, The Art of Sushi and Teppanyaki

Belle De Jour And Pantene Rewards Women Who #choosetoshine

I’ve been a Belle de Jour planner user ever since in high school! I just love the inspirational bits inserted in between the pages as well as the discount vouchers included in every planner. I’d like to say that Belle de Jour has been a part of my growth as a woman who chooses to … Read moreBelle De Jour And Pantene Rewards Women Who #choosetoshine

Mga Anino ng Kahapon, An Entry for Metro Manila Film Festival’s New Wave Section

Last night, Daddy A and I attended the gala night of Mga Anino ng Kahapon (Shadows of the Past), an advocacy film written and directed by Alvin Yapan. Starring in the film is Agot Isidro, TJ Trinidad, Carl Alexander Acosta, Carlo Cruz, Upeng Galang Fernandez, Ku Aquino and Jay Gonzaga. Irene is a professional nurse … Read moreMga Anino ng Kahapon, An Entry for Metro Manila Film Festival’s New Wave Section