Just a reminder to all Parents, when you are going to a grocery store together with your kid/s, be very extra careful with the trolley you are getting. You may not know if it is safe or not.
It's that time of the month (or week?) again when you need to clean your brushes. I am one lazy girl when it comes to cleaning my own brushes because I usually wash them in tap water with Joy and put them aside, waiting for them to dry. I am not a professional beauty blogger so I really don't know how to properly clean my brushes.
I just received a package from LAZADA this morning. I placed an order last week for a Powerbank. I heard it from one of my favorite Youtuber. Since I don't have one and I really really wanted to have one, I reward myself with this...
My First ever Powerbank from PINENG
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Happy Awesome Christmas!
It's been our tradition to visit at least one place every year in Christmas Season. Last year, we visited Christmas House in Cainta. Kids were so amazed on what they saw. Their faces were priceless. For me, nothing is more important than to see my kids really happy and that makes me really happy as well. So I really make sure to have time to go out and visit amazing places
Despite of our busy schedule, no yaya around to help me out on my chores (I wasn't complaining by the way. Please don't get me wrong.) We were still be able to visit Liwanag Park in Ortigas. Details will be down below at the end of the post.
It is a huge park. It was our first time to visit there. When we arrived, you can see how happy my daughter was. She keeps on jumping and her face was all smile. So glad I brought them at the Liwanag Park. My son has the same feeling.
Lately, I've been totally stressed out of everything. For being a Mommy. A very kind and diligent wife (wow! diligent? lols.). For being industrious in the house. Then suddenly, I felt a little sadness in my heart that there was something missing.
I am missing out the FUN. I totally forgot on how to live. Why am I not living my life in a right way? Why does I feel like a prison in my own family? I feel like there is something wrong. How can I ever raise my kids right if their Mommy wasn't happy at all.
Just then, I started to reflect myself. How can I ever start living a happy life again? I am married for 5 years now. Never did this popped into my mind just until now that we are living in a separate house with my own family.
Choosing to be happy wasn't selfish at all. I learned that through out my married life. At first, I thought if I concentrate on my kids, their needs and everything, that's enough for my living. But I was wrong. I am having a mood swings this past few days. Just when I thought that I wasn't happy at all. I feel that there is something locked up in my throat. How can I ever survive this? Just so when I realize that I need to give some time to myself. My own happiness. I need to organize my schedule a little bit more and spend more time to myself. Ika nga ~ "Don't rely on someone else for your happiness. Only you can be responsible for it. You have to invest in yourself or no one else will." ~ unknown.
So when I got an invite from my cousin who is a Professional Make up Artist, I don't hesitate to say YES on joining the workshop. I so tag along my sister as well who is a lot more kikay then I am :)
|Showing off our Certificate from the Workshop. Proud to be a student of my cousin Denise Congco, formerly Watsons Marketing Manager and a Professional Make Up Artist.|
I'm a bit shy though because I'm a newbie! But anyway, push lang ng push :)