Being holed up in your house for 4 months can make you feel like a prisoner caged in a mental asylum. Of course I am just exaggerating but this situation is pretty difficult for me because I am the type who likes human interaction. My social life lately involves Facebook and Instagram. I've been so … Continue reading A Balinese Inspired Villa In Tagaytay: Villa Sena
Blogapalooza, together with our friends from the Creator and Influencer Council of the Philippines (CICP), is at the forefront of organizing a country-wide donation drive for DOH-approved Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for our healthcare workers and medical frontliners. In the meantime, most of the donations will be funneled to the designated COVID-19 treatment centers in … Continue reading Blogapalooza COVID-19 Task Force
Traveling alone has made me ultimately resourceful when I'm not in a familiar place. It gave me this sense of strength that you can figure out how to survive and train you to become resilient. Last year, I went to Vietnam out of boredom. I have been curious about this country for a very long … Continue reading English Teaching at Ho Chi Minh City With Fellow Travelers
Frankly, I am so hard to please when it comes to coffee places. Most establishments lately thought that having nice and instagrammable interiors will satisfy customers but it should still be the food and drinks that you serve which will make or break a restaurant or cafe. An honest review of this chllout cafe located … Continue reading Wagamama Cafe: New Chill out place in San Pedro Laguna
Mesmerized with a trickle of fear. That''s my current emotion now. Just this morning, the Taal volcano erupted like a silent rebel finally releasing its anger. The last eruption was 1977 and it was no surprise that the volcano will be erupting after how many decades. The view from Lake Taal in Talisay, Batangas. Stay … Continue reading The Taal Volcano Erruption 2020
I am truly honored that I was one of the bloggers who got invited last November 20th to witness a celebration of success with the Boiessence 25th Anniversary held at Cities Events Place in Quezon City. Unfortunately, though, I came in unprepared wearing a sporty black ensemble. I just happen to have 2 events in … Continue reading 25th Anniversary of Bioessence with the theme Flapper 20’s Jazz Night!
What is actually the difference between a pizza baked on a regular oven and a pizza baked in wood fire brick ovens? I have tried several commercial pizzas and they all taste your regular go-to pizzas during Sundays. Brick oven pizzas have that unique smoky taste and crisp. The radiant heat from the fire and … Continue reading Check out this New York Fire station-inspired pizza place in the South: Firehouse Pizza
I can live without rice but I can't live without breads! I remembered when I was in Armenia, my breakfast, lunch, and dinner consists of mostly just meat and breads since rice isn't an option. For us Asians, the majority can't survive without eating rice but for other countries, bread is usually the base of … Continue reading A Healthy Bread for Those Who Want a Healthy Lifestyle
Can regular exercise make your hair grow? Although hair growth never comes as a direct cause by exercise, mental and physical health challenges may interrupt the hair’s normal growth process which may lead to hair loss. However, regular cardio exercise for example, can help improve your health and mood — discouraging any breaks in the … Continue reading NOVUHAIR Supports FITFIL and National Youth Commisision FitFil Youth Against Drugs held at SM MOA By the Bay
South Girl discovers yet another bulalo place however, I am not a fan of bulalo. Tagaytay is famous for the beef shank soup with marrow served in clay pots. Beef can be very annoying to eat, given the fact that it contains bundles of protein fibers. We can also consider that beef has a lot … Continue reading A restaurant that offers unlimited wagyu bulalo in Tagaytay: Jose Filipino Sizzling Seafood and Unlimited Wagyu Steak
Jim Beam Is Back On High Gear! The iconic Jim Beam Highball Pop-Up Bar will return on November 12-16 at Eastwood Central Plaza offering an even fresher experience served through the signature highball draft machines from Japan. Building up from its first introduction earlier this year, the second iteration of the Jim Beam Highball Pop-Up … Continue reading Jim Beam is set to conquer Eastwood City with new flavors for the ultimate highball on tap and its iconic Jim Beam Highball Pop-Up Bar!
For Filipino families, the typical Sunday is usually spent going to the church followed by a nice dinner at a restaurant. It has been a tradition. If you will be living in the Philippines, expect awesome and delicious food in all variations influenced by many countries. One thing to note is that Filipinos are all … Continue reading Craving for Filipino food? Try Cuesina at Festival Mall