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cucumber mango salad

Cucumber Mango Salad

I love the Philippine mangoes. The riped ones are sweet and the unriped ones are tangy. Though, they almost look like the mangoes of the other countries, I just realized…

Recent Finds: Worksheets, Websites, and Weddings

I love sharing some of the helpful sites I see on the web. There are just too many and I don’t want to flood my social media wall with them,…

Redefining Tagaytay

This place may not dance with the clouds, but it sings along the echo of the nature’s vastness. At any point in time, you can find yourself staring down at…

Noodles & Expat Life

Yesterday,  I feasted with this Filipino-style chicken soup noodles with friends. In the Philippines,  it’s called chicken/beef mami. 🙂 Suddenly felt home. The bowl is usually stuffed with cooked noodles,…

Messages in the Kites

Last week, I went to Jeddah Corniche (seaside) with my family. There were kids playing with kites and my kids were just so amazed at them that my husband decided…

The Ease of Ordering Online

I have to admit that it took me some time to finally start ordering online. Mainly for fear of defective products and worse, undelivered ones. Well, those two reasons have…

Blogging U: Photo 101

PHOTO 101 by Wordpress Each weekday, Wordpress gives you a new photography theme to inspire your image for the day, along with a related photography tip — they might share…

Amazing Polymer Clay Ideas

DIY (Do-It-Yourself) items have been trending lately. I believe it’s because you can save money using old items or you can just really design the item you want according to…

Maine Mendoza Looks Like Rapunzel of Tangled

Lately, I have been watching Tangled with my kids. While enjoying the movie, I’ve noticed that with every emotion that Rapunzel makes, the more that she resembles Yaya Dub or…

I Miss You

I still have a week left before my vacation ends…  This post has been in the drafts folder for  quite a long time now, but not as long as the…

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cucumber mango salad

Cucumber Mango Salad

I love the Philippine mangoes. The riped ones are sweet and the unriped ones are tangy. Though, they almost look like the mangoes of the other countries, I just realized…

Recent Finds: Worksheets, Websites, and Weddings

I love sharing some of the helpful sites I see on the web. There are just too many and I don’t want to flood my social media wall with them,…

Redefining Tagaytay

This place may not dance with the clouds, but it sings along the echo of the nature’s vastness. At any point in time, you can find yourself staring down at…

Noodles & Expat Life

Yesterday,  I feasted with this Filipino-style chicken soup noodles with friends. In the Philippines,  it’s called chicken/beef mami. 🙂 Suddenly felt home. The bowl is usually stuffed with cooked noodles,…

Messages in the Kites

Last week, I went to Jeddah Corniche (seaside) with my family. There were kids playing with kites and my kids were just so amazed at them that my husband decided…

The Ease of Ordering Online

I have to admit that it took me some time to finally start ordering online. Mainly for fear of defective products and worse, undelivered ones. Well, those two reasons have…

Blogging U: Photo 101

PHOTO 101 by Wordpress Each weekday, Wordpress gives you a new photography theme to inspire your image for the day, along with a related photography tip — they might share…

Amazing Polymer Clay Ideas

DIY (Do-It-Yourself) items have been trending lately. I believe it’s because you can save money using old items or you can just really design the item you want according to…

Maine Mendoza Looks Like Rapunzel of Tangled

Lately, I have been watching Tangled with my kids. While enjoying the movie, I’ve noticed that with every emotion that Rapunzel makes, the more that she resembles Yaya Dub or…

I Miss You

I still have a week left before my vacation ends…  This post has been in the drafts folder for  quite a long time now, but not as long as the…

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