Wednesday, November 28, 2012

My Flawless Beauty Transformation

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 5 Comments
Hello my dear readers! I know it's been ages and as you can see I haven't been updating this blog regularly. I'm so back with real good news to everyone!

Flawless is celebrating its 11th birthday and everyone's invited to take advantage of its beauty blowout this National Flawless Month! It's time to jumpstart your top to toe beauty transformation! Visit www.flawless.com.ph or visit a clinic near you for more information.


I practically love wearing sleeveless outfits and I'm not just a fan of boleros and cardigans kind of thing. If you are a regular reader of this blog, you might have noticed my rant about my flabby arms! I feel that I really look stupid with a small body and a big fat flabby arms.  It is also the reason why I haven't posted OOTD's for quite sometime. I am trying to loose weight and it is quite successful on my other body parts but on my arms. I've been doing lots of exercises to tone my arms (or maybe I'm doing it the wrong way) but to no avail. A big FAIL! Looks like the batwings are here to stay. I think no amount of exercise or dieting is going to help these big problem. I must say that surgery is the only solution to my sleeveless dress dilemma but duh! its pretty much expensive. Should I blame it on my Mcflabby habit? Lol!


So when I heard about this good news from flawless, I danced not because there's music but because a girl like me can dream and this could be it! Looks like my fairy godmother heard my wish. I've been dying to try the Shape and Sculpt treatment but I'm a poor girl always short of cash. And maybe, just maybe, in God's will, my wish will come true. Who knows, I might be blogging about my FLAWLESS BEAUTY TRANSFORMATION "EXPERIENCE" next time. You could too!


www.flawless.com.ph

Friday, November 16, 2012

Zubuchon Experience

Friday, November 16, 2012 1 Comments
I recently had my trip to Cebu for some R&R. And since I'm a big fan of Market Man , the owner of Zubuchon, I did not waste the opportunity to try the famous Lechon who was declared by the World Famous Chef Anthony Bourdain as "The Best Pig Ever".

This is the goodness of Zubuchon.







The Food:



The star of our lunch was the lechon itself. Nomnom! We ordered 1 kilo for P580



I was expecting the kamias shake to be sour, but it was not at all. It has a nice kick of acid in it but it also had a nice blend of sweetness. Pasok sa banga! A must try, really.


Zubuchon Locations

CEBU:

One Mango Mall, Gen Maxilom Ave
Cebu City, Cebu
Philippines

Escario Bldg., 731 Escario St cor Clavano St
Cebu City, Cebu
Philippines

Mactan:

Islands Stay Hotel Lobby
M.L.Quezon Avenue
Lapu-Lapu City


More pics




Thursday, November 01, 2012

Studs and Spikes

Thursday, November 01, 2012 6 Comments
Studs and spikes are one of the hottest trends right now, they've been everywhere on apparel and accessories, from the runway and on the streets. Clearly, everyone's embracing this dangerous trend. The coolest part is that you don't have to be a tough girl covered with tattoo's and piercing to wear them. They can be edgy, sweet, casual or dressy. It just depend on how you play with them. I'm a very big fan of this trend because it's easy to create DIY out of studs and spikes. It adds amazing character to dull pair of jeans or shoes or any garment.

Here are some inspiration pics I swept over the web:






Thursday, October 25, 2012

I LOVE Clothingloves.com

Thursday, October 25, 2012 2 Comments
So this is the first time I'm going to make a review about a clothing website. A blogger's new task!

I recently discovered this site called CLOTHINGLOVES.COM. They offer mainly wedding dresses and special occasion dresses but has a variety of choices from women's and men's clothing to accessories and more. In addition to their primary offerings, they also have holiday specials, bedding and lounge, fashion shoes and wigs. What I like more about the site is they offer Wholesale Women's Clothing! Good news for Online Sellers like me.

What's good about this online boutique is their guarantee of giving their customers high quality products that meets their standards following strict protocols and requirements. They also ship to almost anywhere in the world  via major carriers so shoppers are guaranteed that the products will arrive on time. And what's more? The prices are so affordable! Women's fashion start from $1.59; men's fashion start from $3.99; wedding apparel start from $0.46; occasion dresses start from $23.81; and jewelry start from $2.87. They accept paypal, visa, mastercard and western union as payment methods thru their secured payment gateway.

The site is very easy to navigate. Talking about convenient shopping at your fingertips! Their customer service is excellent providing 24-hour service to ensure better shopping experience to each and every online shoppers.

So what are you waiting for? Visit CLOTHINGLOVES and get 15% coupon for every new sign up! You may also like their Facebook Page

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Cherries

Saturday, September 29, 2012 18 Comments
So maybe this blog is turning into a nail art blog hehe. Of course not, I will still post #OOTD's once in a while. I'm just really busy with my nail art love affair. For now, I'll be sharing my #NOTD and I hope you like them as much as I do.






























I don't know what to call this design but I was thinking about cherries while doing this. I used bobbie nail polish as base and 2-way nail pens to draw the cherries.



















Do they look like cherries? You should agree with me, after all I'm just a beginner hehe. xoxo :) Now my problem is how am I gonna do it on my right hand :)

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Aztec and Tribal Prints

Saturday, September 22, 2012 12 Comments
Aztec and tribal prints are so in nowadays. You can see them everywhere, from accessories to shoes, from bags to dresses, name it and there is nothing that you can't find in these prints. This trend  I think is cool and edgy depending on how you carry them.





And so here's what I'm talking about, my nails! This is the first time I used nail decals and I'm so loving it.

aztec nails

Forgive me for the smudges, I'm so excited to post that I forgot to remove them. I promise to make my pics a little more decent next time. XoXo

Monday, September 17, 2012

Blog Nailed It

Monday, September 17, 2012 2 Comments
Last Saturday, I've finally bought my very first nail art tools. Those dotting tools and little brushes you know. I also bought nail decals and plenty of nail polish. You just don't know how much I am addicted to nail art these days.

Today, I came across this BLOG that's all about nails. Oh my I'm so thrilled! They're so beautiful I wanna die! I stalked her blog for a while and found some designs that are easy peasy to make. Tsk tsk, If only I had more time and energy to change my nail polish everyday......


Are you drooling yet? She really nailed it! So, to all nail art lovers out there, follow her blog HERE

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Style Icon: Paige Joanna Calvert

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 0 Comments
Hello everyone! Today I'll be featuring another style icon that is truly an inspiration to me and I guess to all fashion bloggers out there. Her style is amazing. I pretty much adore dainty dresses and pastel colors which she effortlessly dons in all her outfit post.




DON'T YOU JUST LOVE HER TATTOO? MAKES ME WANNA GET ONE TOO. HMMM







You can visit her blog HERE

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Quotes to Motivate Me and You

Tuesday, September 04, 2012 2 Comments
Many bloggers get started with high hopes for getting rid of their full-time job and earning a living from their blog. While it’s certainly possible, a very small percentage of bloggers get to this point. In order to be a career blogger,  there must be some sort of entrepreneurial spirit lying within you. Here are some inspiring quotes to keep me and you motivated.

  • “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” - Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple and Pixar
  • “The key is to just get on the bike, and the key to getting on the bike… is to stop thinking about ‘there are a bunch of reasons I might fall off’ and just hop on and peddle the damned thing. You can pick up a map, a tire pump, and better footwear along the way.” - Dick Costolo, founder of Feedburner.com
  • “Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that’s exactly what it is.” - Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop
  • “In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.” – Bill Cosby
  • “Life is really simple as far as I’m concerned. There is no luck, you work hard and study things intently. If you do that for long and hard enough you’re successful.” - Jason Calacanis, founder of Weblogs, Inc.
  • “I wasn’t satisfied just to earn a good living. I was looking to make a statement.” – Donald Trump
  • “An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it.” - Roy Ash, co-founder of Litton Industries
  • “You must either modify your dreams or magnify your skills.” – Jim Rohn
  • “I find that when you have a real interest in life and a curious life, that sleep is not the most important thing.” - Martha Stewart, founder of Omnimedia
  • “Success is often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.” – Coco Chanel

Much, much easier said than done. But certainly possible right?

What is your entrepreneurial mantra? How do you stay motivated? Hit me a comment will you?

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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

#PrayForThePhilippines

Wednesday, August 08, 2012 0 Comments


It's been raining in the Philippines since last week and rainfall continues as I write this blogpost. Still fresh from the wounds of Ondoy, yet we are in a state of calamity once again. I can not express how fortunate and thankful I am to be safe at home with my family. I’ve been through a fair share of scary flood trouble back in 2009, when Ondoy hit Metro Manila and it made me panic at the sight of rain ever since. I can only imagine the fear in everyone’s hearts right now.  I was so happy when I woke up today seeing the sun comes up, but to my dismay, the rain poured again in the afternoon. What just made me happy is the fact na #WALANGPASOK

As I browse thru my twitter timeline, I saw many passionate people striving to help others. Celebrities like Divine Lee and Regine Velasquez has been tweeting non stop to help in relief and rescue operations, and I really salute them for their efforts. They're beyond amazing! 


Today we find ourselves in desperation and fear, but tomorrow we will stand strong and united, just like we did the last time.

Here are some of the ways to get info and help:
If you know anyone in need of immediate rescuing/evacuation assistance, tweet #RescuePH
If you know anyone in need of aid (clothes, medicine, milk etc.), tweet #ReliefPH
Project Noah: noah.dost.gov.ph
Twitter Accounts to Monitor:
@govph- Official PH Government portal
@nababaha – Project Noah
@mmda & @MMDATweets – Metro Manila Development Authority
@philredcross – Philippine Red Cross
@dost_pagasa – PAGASA
@DOTCPhilippines – for public transportation concerns
@meralco – for power/electricity concerns
@DSWDserve – for evacuation centers
@Rescue5PH – rescue team by TV5
@MarikinaPIO – efforts for Marikina City
@PTVph – PTV 4
@NDRRMC_Opcen – National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Crowd-sourced documents for Rescue Ops:
Donations:
Donate directly to Red Cross: http://www.redcross.org.ph/donate
via paypal: fundgeneration@redcross.org.ph
Smart subscribers may send donations to Red Cross via SMS. Text RED to 4143.
Globe subscribers may just text RED<space>AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe).
For Globe Gcash users, text DONATE < amount > MPIN SLB to 2882 (e.g. DONATE 100 1234 slb)
You can donate the ff. denominations:
Globe: 5, 25, 100, 300, 500 or 1000
Smart: 10, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 or 1000
Take note of these EMERGENCY HOTLINES
Here is a list of EVACTUATION CENTERS AND RELIEF OPERATIONS in Metro Manila where you can drop by and help
Keep in mind that after wading in flood waters, you need to take 2 100mg DOXYCYCLINE capsules as soon as possible. Take them for 3-5 days if you have any open wounds that were exposed to the water and consult a doctor if you get other symptoms.
REBLOGGED from:  Kryz Uy





Tuesday, August 07, 2012

The Next Best Thing to Your Shopping Experience: Usharethis.net

Tuesday, August 07, 2012 0 Comments


What do you get when social networking meets shopping? A new obsession! People embracing the idea that book marking and social sharing slowly are replacing search with regards to product discovery. We’re taking that experience closer to you. Usharethis.net a social store created by the community.




An online shopping community where regular people share their uncommon finds. A movement of regular people who help each other find things they like and most of these things are affordable. It’s a portal that connects you to trending and unique products at your fingertips. Chances are there are a few other people on Usharethis.net who think like you do. This mass marketplace has become specialized just for the target market “you” and “me”. Social sharing, desire to discover as well as the sense of community all in one.
It’s shopping made easy! It’s shopping with an interesting twist!
Usharethis.net can make everything easy by putting the internet’s stores at your fingertips. It gives you the opportunity to save items you crave in a wish list. If you’re more of a window shopper, you can put items on your wish list for a rainy day. Users post, collect, organize products and follow people and stores they like. Users can visually keep track of their own shopping wish list.

Usharethis.net is a means to share your style with your friends and this means no more ugly sweaters for Christmas gift. Usharethis.net is primarily user-generated so you can trust that it’s not just one person or company throwing what they think looks good on you and it links you directly to the site where you can purchase the products. It’s like treasure hunting. Everything you want in one place.

What to expect on Usharethis.net

- Great interface. Navigation is simple and straightforward.
- Integrates well with your online presence – connect to Facebook, Twitter, your blogs and websites.
- Built in trending and sharing
- The inspiration factor – a marketplace with collections of products can provide some great ideas for themes.

We’re launching soon! In the meantime join us below to get updates.
Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Usharethis
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Usharethis
Tumblr Blog: http://usharethis.tumblr.com
Check out our teaser page: http://www.usharethis.net


The community is buzzing! Since their Facebook fan page launch last July 9, 2012, they already have more than 1,000 likes, more than 500 Twitter followers and still growing by the day. Don’t be left behind! Join the fun!


Usharethis.net Your next shopping obsession! Share unique finds whenever, wherever!

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Finally!!

Saturday, July 21, 2012 0 Comments
After so many months of slacking off, I have finally squeezed a little time for my hobby. I love making DIY accessories just so you know. I've been ranting about it for so long, on how busy I was with my day job blah blah blah that's why I can't buy supplies . So now, I just can't hide my excitement haha because I bought them already and I'm just so enthusiastic  about the projects that I'm going to make.

Forgive me for the crappy photos because I just used my phone. So what do you think guys? haha pwede na ba?  Just send me a message if you want to buy my accessories. Xo

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Pasig Market: A Tour

Wednesday, July 11, 2012 0 Comments
I'm always fascinated going to public markets because I see so many variety of goods. My recent tour to Pasig palengke was fun because I brought my camera for the first time to document my palengke day. But warning guys, going there is no walk in the park. You have to get ready to deal with the heat, the noise and yes, pick-pocketers.








The market is subdivided into 3 floors. The ground floor for the wet market selling fishes, meats, vegetables and produce. The second and third floor houses the "Tiangge" where you can find  RTW's at bargain prices fresh from the mananahi. They also have accessories, shoes, curtains, pillows and many more. It's like Divisoria because prices are so affordable.






If you want to start a clothing and accessory business with a small capital, Pasig Market is the place to go. Schedule is every Wednesday and Friday 8pm onwards.