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Self-care is not an easy feat to manage in today’s world where technology is a relentless 24/7 connection to high-pressure jobs. Entrepreneurs, business executives, and professionals alike juggle work commitments with their responsibilities to their families, spouses, and children. In those situations, it is the provider or family head’s well-being that is unintentionally sacrificed on… Read More IT’S ALL ABOUT LOVING YOURSELF THROUGH PROPER HEALTH CARE
Today’s featured budget meal is GotoKing’s Arroz Caldo and Fried Togue all for P110.00. VERDICT: EAT I am not feeling well but as they say “when the going gets tough, the tough get going!” So here I am braving another “stormy” day at work and expecting another round of torrential rains in the afternoon based… Read More EAT OR EEK? | GOTO KING’S ARROZ CALDO & FRIED TOGUE
I have always wanted to do a Random Blog Giveaway (RBG). My first RBG is Proactiv Integrated Acne Treatment System 30-Day Kit composed of one 60 mL Renewing Cleanser, one 60 mL Revitalizing Toner, one 30 mL Repairing Treatment and a bonus tube of Refining Mask. Total worth of this giveaway is at least P3500.00.… Read More GIVEAWAY| PROACTIV 30-DAY KIT
Today’s featured budget meal is Jollibee’s Breakfast Shanghai. For a meager P50.00, this okay meal comes with three pieces of fried spring rolls, one medium cup of garlic rice and one fried egg. VERDICT: EAT To satisfy my morning appetite, I ordered a cup of pineapple juice (P10.00) and a two-piece pancake a la carte… Read More EAT OR EEK? | JOLLIBEE’S BREAKFAST SHANGHAI
I have always thought that salted duck egg or “itlog na maalat” in the vernacular was and has always been a Filipino delicacy. It is surprising to know that it actually originated from China. It is made by soaking duck eggs in damp and salted charcoal. In the Philippines, salted duck eggs are dyed red… Read More EAT OR EEK? | CHIPIPZ SALTED EGG CHIPS