Are you looking for an alternative career? Or, do you simply want to learn a new craft in aesthetics?

The Permanent Makeup Academy PH offers permanent makeup courses on lip tint, 3D / 6D eyebrow embroidery, keratin lash lift and semi-permanent BB glow.  For more information, visit their website here.

Online training for keratin lash lift will also be offered soon.

Learn only from the experts and get your money’s worth. Your mentors at the Permanent Makeup Academy PH can be trusted and are dedicated to teach you how to achieve that realistic permanent makeup for your clients.

For inquiries, you may visit their Facebook Page here. You may also call +639175534348.

Below is a 15-second video that I shot, directed and edited for the Permanent Makeup Academy PH. I also did the photography of the models. If you need my services, please call +639256000676 or email

Signing out for now. Peace!

Me when I got my #manbrows by The Aesthetics Studio by Kristine Lucas, the founder of the Permanent Makeup Academy PH


The two advocacies that are close to my heart are promotion of local tourism and protection of the natural world. Click here for some of my travel blogs.

Ecological Waste Management Summit

Last Saturday, January 27, 2018, I had the opportunity to attend the Ecological Waste Management Summit (E Summit) at the ABS CBN Vertis Tent, Quezon City. This was held by the Environmental Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in observance of the 17th Anniversary of Republic Act 9003 and the Fourth Zero Waste Month from January 25 to 27, 2018.

The event aimed to further boost the DENR’s continuous efforts in enhancing public awareness and understanding of environmental issues and concerns, focusing on practical knowledge for effective solid waste management at source, which includes segregation, composting and recycling.

The exhibit booths showcased numerous environmental products, technologies and services from various Local Government Units (LGUs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), government agencies and the private sector. I will post a separate blog and vlog about this so stay tuned.

Bambuhay Booth that showcased reusable bamboo straws as an alternative to plastic straws

Also, the summit offered seminars and talks on the current environmental situation, laws and regulations, technological innovations, and sustainable goals. They also conducted workshops on practical ways of saving the planet.

Me with fellow blogger Jose Luis or Joel
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Mark Nello Alvarez of the Agricultural Training Institute discussed the the Concept of Urban Gardening during the Ecological Waste Management Summit at the ABS CBN Vertis Tent, Quezon City on January 27, 2018.

Urban Gardening

I sat in one of the seminars about Urban Gardening by Mr. Mark Nello Alvarez of the Agricultural Training Institute. With the ever increasing population and congestion in highly urbanized cities like Metro Manila, Urban Gardening presents a viable option to urban dwellers to grow their own food and promote organic farming. I also live in a midrise condominium in the city and I thought that this talk would be value-adding. Allow me to share to you what I have learned below.

Container Gardening

Instead of throwing away your plastic bottles, most of which end up in the ocean unfortunately when not recycled, you can do Container Gardening.

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Mineral water bottles
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Vertical Gardening

Container Gardening is raising vegetables in recycled containers such as mineral water plastic bottles, old tires, old barrels, old styrofoam, old pipes, etc. The added greenery will not only beautify your space but will also provide a relaxing environment since green is a restful and quiet color.

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Container Gardening

Edible Landscaping

Urban Gardening likewise gives you an opportunity to do Edible Landscaping which utilizes plants such as vegetables, herbs, spices and selected fruit crops instead of ornamental plants that are commonly used in conventional landscaping.

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Edible Landscaping
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Used pipes
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Old styrofoam
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Soda Plastic Bottles
Barrel Garden

I have a mini garden in my condominium comprised of two (2) plants. LOL. Both plants are ornamental. Super LOL. I should start planting edible plants in recycled containers soon!

My mini urban garden

How To Start Your Own Urban Garden

1. Choose  what to plant.

According to Alvarez, the various plants for Urban Gardening are:

  • Leafy vegetables like pechay, mustard, lettuce, sweet potato, malabar spinach, cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower
  • Root of bulb crops like sweet potato, onion, garlic, carrots, raddish, sugar beets and turnips (singkamas)
  • Beans like string beans, mungbeans (munggo), lima beans, snow peas (chicharo)
  • Fruit vegetables like tomatoes, eggplants, sweet peppers and okra

The vegetables that can be grown in containers are:

  • Vine fruits like squash, cucumber, watermelon, muskmelon, bittergourd (ampalaya), bottle gourd (upo), wintermelon (kundol), dishrag gourd (patola) and chayote (sayote)
  • Tree vegetables like horse radish (malungay), sesban (katuray) and breadfruit (camansi)
  • Herbal plants like thyme, rosemary, basil and oregano among others
  • Mushroom species like pleurotus (oyster mushroom) and black fungus (tainga ng daga)

The Agricultural Training Institute has crop production guides to help you grow your mini urban garden. For more information, you may get in touch with them through their website here.

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Crop Production Guides from the Agricultural Training Institute.

You may also visit their Facebook Page here.

2. Manage your resources.

Look for available farm tools, equipment, inputs and appropriate planting containers. If you do not have any, you can use old kitchen utensils such as forks and spoons for your mini urban garden.

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3. Start planting.

Once you have the seeds and resources, you can start planting. Alvarez recommends buying organic soil since finding suitable soil for planting in Metro Manila is close to impossible. Click here for the list of places where you can buy organic soil.

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Start planting

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3. Ensure proper care and management.

Once planting has been completed, the next job is to maintain the plants through fertilizer application, watering and weeding or removing unwanted plants from the growing area.

Know the difference when buying fertilizers. Alvarez shared that synthetic fertilizers feed the plant while organic fertilizers feed the  soil which in turn feeds the plant. Ask the vendor, too, about the frequency of using the types of fertilizers.

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With the rising cost of inorganic fertilizers, although taxing, using organic fertilizers is more favorable to the pocket and to Mother Nature. I came across a good read on how to prepare an organic fertilizer. Click here.

Click here for the advantages and disadvantages of organic and inorganic fertilizers.

4. Harvest and enjoy your produce.


One of the simple joys I enjoy the most when I am home in Pangasinan is harvesting fresh produce from our backyard. I think our Mom has planted every single fruit and vegetable there is -from dragonfruit to pomegrenate. Now she is into herbs and spices. Who would have thought that my Mom had a green thumb? Even she is surprised.

My Dad has also become fond of planting. The last time I visited him in Pampanga, I brought home two (2) sacks of various fresh produce from his backyard.

I cannot wait for the day that I get to harvest my own produce here in Metro Manila. Heck! Both of my parents are good gardeners! There is no reason why I cannot be one, right? I must admit though that it will be challenging to come up with my own urban garden given the limited space that I have in my condo and the frequent travels I will be doing this year. But, as they say, if there is a will, there is a way. Perhaps, I will start with onions. LOL. I will keep you posted.

Signing out for now. Peace!

Note: The photos shown on here about Urban Gardening are not mine and were photographed from the LED wall during the seminar. All rights belong to the Agriculture Training Institute. No copyright infringement is intended.


Here is a 60-second video featuring the behind the scenes of Karla Estrada’s photoshoot for the Queen Mother Salon last November 6, 2017.

I also came up with a longer version here.

The Queen Mother Salon by Karla Estrada is Karla’s newest business venture todate. The grand opening of the first branch was held on December 12, 2017 at the Pwesto Community Mall. Click here for the blog featuring the opening.

It was my first time after a long time to be back on an actual production set. It felt great… nostalgic even… okay mejo OA na yun! (that was over the top)

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The last time was during a TV commercial shoot for one of the brands that I used to manage in 2014.

Karla Estrada was full of energy on and off camera as always. Photography was by Mr. Raymund Isaac no less. Some of his works are featured on his website.

Karla’s make-up was done by Emman Concepcion and hair by Christopher Rodil. Ton Lao was the stylist.

The shoot was a breeze. We started at about two in the afternoon. By six PM, Karla was already on her way to her next appointment.

Others present during the shoot were Anna Maliwat, the one who introduced me to Kuya Dho, Karla’s best friend (that is how I got this gig), Ara Nacional of Matchstick and, of course, Kuya Dho.

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The #queenmothersalon team #kathniel

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I will be featuring more of Queen Mother soon as I cover more of her events. Stay tuned!

By the way, you can visit the Queen Mother Salon Facebook Page for ongoing promos and franchising.

Signing out for now. Peace!


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To get myself started on this road to fitness, I began reading online about ways on how to maintain my weight aside from limiting my food intake. I foresee that I will not be able to help myself from eating like a horse in the coming days since the target for this year is to gain muscle mass. Do allow me to share with you what I have learned so far.

Sleeplessness May Lead To Weight Gain

Aside from recharging the brain, I learned that getting enough sleep regularly can help prevent weight gain.

According to a published study by Charles A. Czeisler, PhD, MD, a recognized American physician and the Baldino Professor of Sleep Medicine and Director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, a week or two of sleep curtailment increases appetite and food intake. Further, night shift work is associated with increased risk of obesity, diabetes, stroke and death. Sleeplessness slows down metabolism. This explains why I have not been losing weight despite strictly following my no-rice diet lately.

Recommended Sleep Hours

Sleeping is probably one of my favorite hobbies if I may call it! Given the chance, I would and could stay in bed and sleep for two days in a row! Who would not? That is how much I love sleeping. But how much sleep does an adult really need?

According to the National Sleep Foundation, below is the summary of the new recommended number of hours of sleep:

  • Newborns (0-3 months ): 14-17 hours each day
  • Infants (4-11 months): 12-15 hours
  • Toddlers (1-2 years): 11-14 hours
  • Preschoolers (3-5): 10-13 hours
  • School age children (6-13): 9-11 hours
  • Teenagers (14-17): 8-10 hours
  • Younger adults (18-25): 7-9 hours
  • Adults (26-64): 7-9 hours
  • Older adults (65+): 7-8 hours

Based on these recommendations, I clearly need to modify my sleeping habits because I only get five (5) hours of sleep tops on regular days. As a video editor, there are days (or nights) when I need to work myself to the hilt just to finish a project. Also, I prefer editing at night because I think that is when my creativity is at its peak. To compensate then for the lost sleep, I would sleep in the next day.

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Lost Sleep Is Lost Sleep

Sleeping in to catch up on lost sleep will not do me any good. In a CNN feature, Czeisler shared that, “sleep bingeing” leads to further disruption of the sleep cycle. So where does that leave me and everybody else in the Philippines being the No. 1 country in Business Process Outsourcing?


According to Czeisler, taking quick naps of only twenty (20) to thirty (30) minutes are recommended for the sleep deprived. However, habitual daytime naps are also not good as it would chronically disrupt ones sleeping patterns.

Darn. I never thought that not getting enough sleep and getting too much of it by sleeping in can put my health at risk! As my former professor used to say, “too much or too little of anything kills.”

Below are some helpful tips from the National Sleep Foundation:

Stick To A Sleep Schedule, Even On Weekends

To those who cannot avoid staying up late at night for a living like me, Czeisler shared that consistency is key. The National Sleep Foundation recommends to decide on a reasonable sleeping and waking time and then stick to it even during weekends.

This means I need to go to bed at the same time every night and wake up the next day at the same time every day. No more sleeping in for me then. This will condition the body in keeping a regular sleeping pattern.

Lights Off

Unfortunately, there are so many factors that keep us from getting regular and adequate sleep. Experts say one of which is light exposure at night. Exposure to bright lights before bedtime disrupts our body clocks by affecting the secretion of melatonin, a hormone that maintains the body’s circadian rhythm. Hence, before bedtime, they recommend to avoid bright lights coming from televisions, laptops, mobile phones and even your bedside LED alarm clock.

Admittedly, I do not know if I can avoid bright lights before bedtime because I do my video editing at night and that alone exposes me to a lot of bright light coming from my MAC. And when not editing, I would be blogging on my phone. I need to work on this badly soon.

I have, however, refrained from turning on the bright LED room lights at home. Now, I rely mostly on desk lamps at night. This has not only significantly reduced my monthly electric bills but I guess has also improved my sleeping habits.

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My Meralco Bill significantly dropped when I stopped using my LED room lights at home and relied on lamp desks at night. During the day, I would just draw the curtains to let the sunshine in.

Exercise Daily

As shared in my previous post, I have made it a conscious effort to walk more lately. One of my consultancy jobs is a good twenty-minute walk from my house. So instead of taking a cab, I decided to grab this opportunity to break a sweat by walking to and from work thrice weekly. It not only helps me save fare money, it also improves the quality of my sleep. Frequenting the gym is still a work in progress though but I know I will get my rhythm soon.

Beware Of Hidden Sleep Stealers, Like Alcohol and Caffeine

I am a regular coffee drinker and can gulp two cups of black coffee in the morning. However, unless it is necessary to stay up late, it is no caffeine for me after three (3) in the afternoon. Otherwise, I would keep on tossing and turning at night.

Sleep On A Comfortable Mattress and Pillows

The recommended sleeping hours constitute one-third of our lives more or less. Thus, it is important to choose a comfortable mattress and pillows that can support the body weight without straining it. Uratex, the industry leader in manufacturing quality foams and mattresses, is committed to providing every Filipino a comfortable and affordable mattress to sleep better. They also offer a wide variety of pillows.

Early this month, I received via mail a wonderful present from Uratex, a Senso Memory Traditional Pillow.

This Senso Memory Traditional Pillow is made of premium memory foam that conforms to the shape of my head for support during sleep. I have been using this for two weeks now and so far so good.

Evaluate Your Bedroom To Ensure Ideal Temperature, Sound and Light

Sound. I am lucky to have neighbors who value sleep and are considerate. No unnecessary noises at night. Also, videoke singing until the wee hours in the morning is no longer allowed in our barangay (neighborhood).

On some nights, to put me in the snooze mood, I play soothing nature sounds such as ocean waves, raindrops or rain forest using a mobile app that I downloaded.

Temperature. According to experts, the ideal temperature to initiate sleep is 15 to 19 degrees Celsius. If you are using an air conditioning unit, adjust the thermostat within this range. Otherwise, ensure that your electric fan is in good running condition all the time. Here is a funny vlog on how to clean your electric fan.

Practice A Relaxing Bedtime Ritual

I guess I have yet to figure out a relaxing bedtime ritual because currently my bedtime ritual is reading online using my Ipad and this exposes me to a lot of bright light. Perhaps, I should go back to reading actual books soon.

Sleep is vital especially now that I want to be back in shape. That is why I am making it a priority to get adequate and regular sleep at night. I will fix my schedule so I can do my editing more during the day and enjoy and reap the benefits of a good night’s sleep. Good luck to me.

Signing out for now. Peace!


Are you looking for a safe, fun and affordable scuba diving destination? Look no further. Here is a short video I did for Arkipelago Divers just because I enjoyed my stay with them so much.I must say that my whole experience with Arkipelago was memorable. Special thanks to Amy and Pedro Magsino of Arkipelago Divers. I was able to do Discover Scuba Diving, go on a day trip to visit the nearby town, beaches and tourist spots. Thanks to my friend Mike Zuniga of for tagging me along in this adventure. I can’t wait to be back. For more information about Arkipelago Divers, visit and like them on Stay tuned for the full vlog coming soon. Signing out for now. Peace!

For the full blog about my Discover Scuba Diving experience with Arkipelago Divers, click here.



For only P199, enjoy a single trip to Wendy’s SM North EDSA Annex Salad Bar and get to choose (or not) from the following in filling your plate and appetite:

1. Russian Salad

2. Chicken Macaroni Salad

3. Pandan-flavored gelatin

4. Strawberry-flavored gelatin

5. Fruit cocktail

6. Cucumber

7. Lettuce

8. Tomatoes

9. Carrots

10. Cheese

11. Hard-boiled eggs

Get to choose from the following salad dressings:

1. Honey mustard

2. Ceasar

3. Thousand island

This is a one-trip, dine-in only deal and food should be placed inside the plate (and not the tray) provided or you will be charged for another serving. Sharing is allowed but only one plate will be provided so better assign the “master builder” in the group to fit in all your salad cravings.

Assign the “master builder” in the group to the salad bar. Make sure food is placed inside the plate or you will be charged another serving.

No leftovers and not for take away. The salad bar attendees regularly refill the bar. The last salad bar refill is two (2) hours before closing.

Me by the Salad Bar with Cristina and Mavs of Wendy's SM North EDSA Annex branch
Me by the Salad Bar with Cristina and Mavs of Wendy’s SM North EDSA Annex branch
From top to bottom: Thousand Island Dressing, pandan-flavored gelatin and tomatoes
From top to bottom: grated cheese, carrots and honey-mustard dressing
From top to bottom: hard-boiled eggs, Russian Salad and cucumbers
From top to bottom: fruit cocktail, strawberry-flavored gelatin and Ceasar salad dressing
From top to bottom: chicken macaroni salad, lettuce and chicken macaroni salad



I went to SM City North EDSA today to meet my loyal customer of AP 24 Whitening Toothpaste. I love this Whitening Tootpaste so much that I decided to become a distributor. Here is a short video on how effective it is with just one use.

After meeting my loyal customer who ordered five (5) tubes of AP 24 Whitening Toothpaste (P380 each), I decided to have lunch and found myself inside Wendy’s to order salad, perfect for my 2018 New Year’s resolution of #roadtofitness.

Signing out for now. Peace!

Me walking in SM North EDSA Annex after meeting my client who ordered five tubes of AP 24 Whitening Toothpaste



Happy New Year my dear readers! I pray that we get the right answers to all our hearts’ desires this 2018.


Every December, especially in recent years, I would come up with one… Yes… just one New Year’s Resolution and made sure that I would stick by it and pull through in the next twelve (12) months. Below are some of my past New Year’s Resolutions and how I achieved them.


My 2017 New Year’s Resolution: Learn Adobe

After receiving a notice of redundancy in June 2016 and leaving my previous role as a Regional Brand Manager for Asia Pacific in July 2016, I immediately went job hunting.  I updated my online resumes in Jobstreet and LinkedIn and even activated new ones on Workabroad.phJobrapido, etc. I connected with headhunters. I applied for more than fifty (50) job vacancies here and abroad and went to a number of job interviews (too many to mention). Despite all of these efforts, come Christmas Day of 2016 I was still jobless. The roles that I wanted were, for some odd reason, elusive. I was going nowhere or so I thought. I had to take control and needed to reinvent myself by learning new skills and, for my sanity, reignite my passion for visual story telling. Hence, for 2017, my New Year’s resolution was to learn and re-learn Adobe programs such as Premiere, Photoshop, Lightroom and After Effects. Six months later, I found myself doing my first Corporate Audio-Visual Presentation Project for a former colleague.


I also bought a drone and started learning how to fly. Vlog available here.


My 2016 New Year’s Resolution: Lose 30 lbs of fat

In 2016, I started this #roadtofitness. Oh and I must say that it was, has been and will always be one circuitous road for a sweet tooth like me. I realized then that I was not getting any younger and only getting fatter every minute. To be specific, my 2016 New Year’s resolution was to shed extra thirty (30) pounds of fat.


I left film school in 2009. Rather than pursuing a career in the Arts, for job security (or so I thought), I went corporate and managed consumer brands. Working in a corporate setting, sitting for twelve (12) hours or more from Monday to Friday, driving to work for at least two (2) hours a day in Metro Manila traffic and indulging in front of the television for at least two (2) hours while having dinner to treat myself after a long day’s work for the past so many years were just a few of the many factors that led to my weight gain. I would dread the sight of weighing scales in the house… in fact, in any house. Being overly stressed from work, I would succumb to the calling of my comfort foods like Conti’s Mango Bravo and Banapple’s Banoffee Pie and started putting on extra pounds. I weighed 170 lbs.


In contrast to 2008 when I was a film student under the late Direk Marilou Diaz Abaya, I was physically active. Very often, I would be assigned to take on the role of either an Assistant Director or Art Director. Both roles would require being up and about and all over the place. I was also very disciplined in following my work out schedules and that would be at least three times a week. I weighed 139 lbs.


To achieve my 2016 New Year’s resolution, I needed to modify my lifestyle specifically my eating habits. I learned that exercise alone will not do the trick. I needed to eat healthy and sleep properly. I limited my intake of white rice and ate more hard-boiled eggs, boiled camotes, fruits and vegetables. I would also skip dinner and sleep for at least six (6) hours every night. Come Christmas Day of 2016,  I weighed 160 lbs. I was still twenty (20) pounds away from my target. Hence, I decided to carry on with it in 2017. By July 2017, alas, I weighed 145 lbs.


My 2018 New Year’s Resolution: Muscle Gain


For 2018, my New Year’s resolution is to gain muscle mass. This means that I need to find a gym, reorient myself to a gym plan and eat more to be able to lift weights. Quite honestly, I have not started this journey yet and it is already January 7. I am still trying to mentally condition myself. Oh excuses! LOL. I guess I should also add a FITNESS category in my blog site. That could and should motivate me to go to the gym… para sa blog! (for online content). Good luck to me!

Further, I will avoid sitting too often for too long. Studies show that sitting can kill you. For the news feature, click here. Sitting is sedentary, i.e., sitting in your car, sitting at your desk, sitting in front of the television. All of these activities are sedentary and thus slow down metabolism. What happens when metabolism slows down? Weight gain!

Therefore, I should not really mind walking that extra mile (literally). I should not really mind giving up my seat in the metro or bus. I should not really mind at all. Talk about mind conditioning, mind you. LOL.

How about you? What is your New Year’s Resolution? It would be great to hear from you!

Signing out for now. Peace!

Me walking to work.



Congratulations to Roselyn P. Dela Fuente. Please do get in touch with me on Facebook and tell me your shipping address so I can send you this special gift pack from Uni-Pak.

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Read post here for the announcement of this giveaway alert. I regularly conduct giveaways so do stay tuned for more. Thanks to the different brands who believe in me and support my blog.

Signing out for now. Peace!