I can’t believe it’s already been a week since we spent a weekend in Antipolo for Craft Camp PH. While organizing a full-day activity—and doing it twice in one weekend—can be physically taxing, there really is something about spending an entire day making, and doing it in a relaxing environment. This year, we decided to
I grew up in Antipolo. That’s where I went to school from Kinder to high school. It was a bit farther from the city but I loved always being surrounded by trees. These days, it feels like a field trip whenever I head to the east even if I lived there when I was younger.
Four months late and wishing I were back where the ocean kisses the shore.
I love music. And whenever I get the chance to, I grab the opportunity to see any of my faves perform live when they’re in town. Luckily for us, more and more artists are making Manila a stop in their world tours. Here are a few acts I’ve had the privilege of seeing the past
Spent Valentine’s Weekend with two of my girls in Hong Kong. We had absolutely no itinerary and just kind of figured out our day the night before. Worked out well, we had happy tummies (and feet, hehe) and got to treat ourselves a bit. Can’t wait for the next one! I hated the cold weather
My niece is growing faster and faster, and I’m just grateful for the few moments we get to spend with her. We took her to Ocean Park on a holiday and while it was actually my dad who got a kick out of the Oceanarium, I was so happy to see this munchkin giggling and
I really wish I took my camera out of my bag more. So many things to on my “to-post” list, but still don’t have the time to actually post. Before the year ends! (Hahahahaha, which is like next week…)
I’ve been on a workshop streak with Mikko’s I Try DIY. This time around, I learned how to make bracelets out of paracord. These bracelets are more stylish than functional, though. (: Each participant gets a bottle filled with enough materials for six or more bracelets. There’s also a “buffet” that participants can “steal” from