When we were in third year highschool, our late adviser made us create a dream board and accompanied by description on how we see ourselves in the next five to ten years of our lives. I can still remember the dreams I listed down in the paper and the pictures I’ve chosen for the activity. … Continue reading Andy Speaks: How We Should Define Success?
If there would be a question on where you can leave me without any care in the world aside from the beach, it would be a bookstore or library. I grew up reading and collecting books. Over time, I have acquired few titles and had list of my favorite authors. As a reader and bibliophile, … Continue reading Can’t Miss Events: Why I Keep Coming Back to Manila International Book Fair?
Last February 2018, a week after our family trip in Taiwan, I took up class for brush calligraphy. Aside from the fact that I met new friends and learned a new hobby, it became one of my favorite destressing activities over weekends or even during breaks at office. Even when my surrounding is chaotic and … Continue reading Happiness Project: My Brush Calligraphy Journey
Watching the Crazy Rich Asians movie made want to go back to Singapore and savor the affordable and delicious gastronomic delights in hawkers. It’s be two years already but I still miss the food back in Singapore. I've visited the country twice and it was a dream come true for me to be able to … Continue reading Gastronomic Delights: Craving Singapore’s Crazy Rich Dishes
It was kind of late for this, (and an apology) but I still think it is worth sharing... Last April 2017 ( more than one year ago), our church had the pleasure of having the beautiful and glowing Ms. Universe 99 Runner Up Ms. Miriam Quiambao-Roberto for a half day filled with self-care tips, beauty … Continue reading Can’t Miss Events: Makeover of Yourself
When hubby and I were still dating, we love listing our travel goals (in my Shutzen journal that he gave me when we were started dating) or even including it in our love letters (yes, you read it right!). After five years of being married to each other, I am glad to say that some … Continue reading Travel Tales: The Road Trip to North Luzon
Looking back five years ago, my journey on motherhood is not an easy one. As I have shared in Instagram how I struggled after birth with my Bells Palsy, post-partum depression, managing my time at home and work and dealing on raising my son. I always thank God that I was able to make it. … Continue reading Can’t Miss Events: Kudos!
Being a mom is not an easy task. For this role, it is a never ending process of learning and working in progress. As moms we always wanted to provide the best care, love, education and life skills to our children. Aside from having our mommy support groups and number of closest mommy friends who … Continue reading What’s in my Bookshelf: Mother’s Day Special – Suggested Book Recommendation for Mommies
With the current events that are happening, Facebook was involved in a scandal due to massive leak of data from millions of users across the globe. The data was allegedly used to influence the last US election and as of this moment the hearing in US senate is still ongoing. Not only Facebook leaked the … Continue reading Andy Speaks: Too Much Information
Happy International Women’s Day! Since this month (and day) commemorates us women, I would like to take this as an opportunity to thank the wonder women in my life that not only supports, empowers, motivates, inspires, encourage, helps, prays, and provides laughter and spice in my life. I appreciate the “blessings” they bring and the … Continue reading Andy Speaks: Special Women