My sister and I were both working on this web app for Filipino OFWs in Dubai. She will be the one to build the web app and I'll be the one to handle the marketing and the content. However, it was put on hold for the time being due to her pregnancy. Its always been … Continue reading Send groceries using digital certificates with Beam and Go app!
Milo Philippines launched another year of Road to Barcelona, a values-driven program for kids. Milo and FC Barcelona believe in the shared HEART values (humility, effort, ambition, respect and teamwork). FC Barcelona (FCB) a known football club partnered with Milo Philippines both aims to bring world-class opportunities to nourish ambitions and build a nation of … Continue reading Year 2 of Milo Philippines Road to Barcelona
You may now be planning for your travel this year (which usually happens around this month because airfares are cheaper and offering deals). There are so many countries in Southeast Asia that boast amazing beaches and I know your head is overwhelmed with the choices on your bucket list. Each country has their own "paradise" … Continue reading Summer Bay Resort: the famous diving resort in Lang Tengah Island, Malaysia
Ever tried the nightlife in Manila? We have the newest popular nightclub at Okada Manila which is home to the country’s first six-ring kinetic chandelier capable of about 10,000 visual and kinetic effects that engulf the audience in a trance-like experience on the dance floor. This along with the Funktion-One Sound System by world-renowned sound … Continue reading Cove Manila: The classiest hangout in Manila
Parents see their child with special lenses. In their eyes, their children is the cutest and the smartest. However, it’s important to take off these lenses once in a while. After all, your kids are human, and human makes mistake sometimes as well. Sometimes, your kids disappointed you by acting spoiled, sometimes, they bring home … Continue reading What to do when your child brings home bad grade?
My obsession with anything vintage kicked in after seeing all these rare classic finds being sold at Vernissage Flea Market. A few months ago, I was looking at all these vinyl at Virgin Megastore at Mall of the Emirates and all of them are marked with rip-off prices plus it doesn't feel really vintage. It's … Continue reading Vernissage Flea Market
Coffee is my kind of drug. I don't function without it and I cannot survive without having at least 3 cups of coffee a day. Dubai has got a lot of great coffee shops and some are tucked hidden in the farthest areas of Dubai. My lesbian colleague 'knows that I am in love with … Continue reading Guatemala Organic coffee at Yakitate Japanese Bakery and Cafe
This is the time where I really need to explore Dubai. The weather is so nice and most of the places that are on my itinerary during Ramadan is now open. Remember when I mentioned here in my blog that I arrived in Dubai during Ramadan? I didn't get the chance to visit these places … Continue reading Checking out Global Village
Early this year, I used to date a Harley biker who was living in the US since college and decided to return to the Philippines and brought all his Harley bikes along with him. I met this guy at a motorcycle event and it all started when all of us bloggers crowded around his group … Continue reading Year-end Journal: The Filipino Harley Bikers Club
Back being kids once more! My sister and I lingered for an hour inside this store. The photos will explain what I'm talking about. Giant Twix I can’t wait for my kids to arrive this summer. I can just imagine their faces when they see all these goodies! This isn't a chocolate review and … Continue reading Candylicious at Dubai Mall