March - Blessed 25 Joyful YearsEvents and Travels, Family, Friends, Mommy Life, Mommy's Reflections, Relationships

Blessed 25 Joyful Years

There’s so much to love about the month of March. It’s the month when I and the husband get a year older. (Yes, we’re both Martians! :P). Time flies so fast! It’s like I was just 18 years old when my husband and I entered into a relationship as BF/GF. And now, we’re 25 and 27 years old, married, with …

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Home and Family Stuff, Mommy Discoveries, Press Release and Guest Posts

The Sharp Steamwave Oven: Your Quick and Reliable Kitchen Partner

    If there is one thing we, Filipinos, are known for besides our hospitality, it would probably be our love for food. From deep-fried favorites to local sweets and delicacies, the dining table is never short of one spectacular dish or two. This love for food also made way for us to experiment with different ingredients and cooking techniques, …

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not-so-good-mommy-daysMommy Life, Mommy's Reflections

For The Not-So-Good Mommy Days That I Needed To Cry

We, moms, all have THOSE days. We have happy mommy days and the not-so-good mommy days. The not-so-good mommy day of mine happens to be today. As I sip into my cup of coffee and bite into my slice of cake at the moment, I can’t help but feel bad about myself. I shouted at my little man. I was …

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Mental Health Matters, Mommy Life, Mommy's Reflections

One Word For 2017: Joyful

I’ve given it a thought even before December 2016 ends. I just got very busy that I had to set aside writing for a while. But here I am, in the middle of February and I am about to share how I came up and why did I choose this One Word to live by for 2017. Surely most of …

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WAHM LifeMommy Life, Mommy's Reflections, WAHMommy

Behind The Scenes Of A WAHM’s Life

I can’t believe I’ve been a work-at-home mom for more than 8 months now. It seems to me that it was just a week ago only when I resigned from my corporate work. No, I don’t miss it at all. I love the choice that I made. But truth be told, sometimes I would find myself staring, if not at …

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