My Eyelash and Make-up Tutorial Experience with Colyn Jacob

It’s funny how I spent years doing gigs and performing onstage without learning how to put on my make-up properly.  I mean, it’s an essential skill for anyone facing an audience. The other girl in my band got obsessed with makeup and learned how to do it off fashion magazines and YouTube videos, but I could never relate. I was perfectly happy with my plain, barely made up, kilay-less face. Like I mentioned in a previous blog, I was not kikay at all in my younger years. I got away with hardly any make-up and just being hygienic. I obsessed […]

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Preparing for Disasters: Important Things to Keep in Your Emergency Kit

Disasters and emergencies can strike when you least expect them. Events like storms, floods, earthquakes, and fires can all wreak havoc on private and public properties, as well as endanger the lives and wellbeing of our loved ones. Fortunately, there are things we can do in order to mitigate the potential effects of a disaster, and one of these is building a proper emergency kit.   Putting together an emergency kit is quite easy, especially because many of the items that make it up are inexpensive and easily available. Naturally, while we can recommend the most important items that you […]

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5 Ways to Self-Love with Rauch Happy Day Orange Juice

February is over but it doesn’t mean that we should neglect self-love just because the love month has passed, right? Nowadays, health and fitness is the buzz so why not jump onto the wagon since it’s a great one to be on anyway. I’ve got some really great tips from Rauch Happy Day Orange juice on how to do it, too. 1. Skipping meals is so outdated! Skipping meals is probably one of the most common diet strategy that people do, but nutritionists discourage this because eventually, meal-skippers get hungry and eat twice as much as they should. Portioning is […]

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Restaurant Review: Mamita’s Bulaluhan

There wasn’t much to do after New Year’s eve in Baguio. BenCab Museum was closed for the holidays and we’ve practically exhausted all attractions we planned to take the kids to. So we took our sweet time and just left the hotel right before lunch time. One of the things I wanted to do in Baguio was to try homegrown restaurants. We’ve tried the very popular Great Taste; and although the servings and the taste were indeed great, we didn’t feel like waiting too long for our food all over again. So we went searching for another restaurant that’s very Baguio-y. I’ve been […]

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Starwood Hotel in Baguio City

How do I start? Haha! Our stay at Starwood hotel in Baguio city was quite interesting, I can’t help but laugh about it every time I remember. Let me tick off the good points first. Booking was a breeze. We called to reserve and just dropped by to pay for our room. Easy peasy! The receptionists said we could pay on the day we check in, we just wanted to confirm earlier so we won’t have to think about it anymore. Cost is low, we only paid Php 1,900 for the room that has 2 queen-sized beds (Are those queen-sized? […]

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