Be a head turner in MUEE glamorous wedding dresses

Whether you would go for an elegant, modern or vintage wedding, the dress itself will always matter and even compliment your total look. Aside from having hair and make-up rehearsals before your big day, every bride would want to picture how they’d look like once the dress is worn.

Brides-to be of this generation are the luckiest, I guess. Over hundreds of wedding dresses choices can now be personally picked and purchased from online shops, from cheap wedding dresses down to lace wedding dresses. The best part is that price ranges are also given allowing the couple to manage and even stretch their allotted budget.

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Flatlay Photography Tips

If you have been on in Instagram regularly or even just a lurker, you probably know and noticed what flatlay means/is. According to Weekend Notes, “flatlay is a picture of items or things taken from the top so as to give an impression of them laying flat on the ground.” I’ve seen a lot of photos taken this way on Instagram and mostly are make-ups, and their outfits for the day.

Being always curious that I am, I tried a couple and found it enjoyably challenging.


With just three (3) items to lay on your background, it’s easier but when I tried doing it with more than three (3) items, I had to do and rearranged them a couple of times till it looked better, at least for me. 

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Bataan-Zambales Cactus & Succulent Hobbyists Seminar in Orani, Bataan

Last January 29, 2017, Bataan-Zambales Cactus & Succulent Hobbyists 2nd Seminar with Sir Lino Rom, President of Cactus & Succulent Society of the Philippines, Inc. (CSSPI) was held in Orani, Bataan.


There were about 35 attendees, and 5 (of us) were from Zambales, my mom, aunt, 2 friends, and myself. Mom & I missed the first seminar with Sir Lino held last October because of the unfortunate event in the family that time. 

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Working from home with a sick child

When you work in a corporate world, and your child is sick, working from home for the time being can be considered but for how long, you don’t know. Ideally, it doesn’t work that way. You just got to deal with it by the time you are finally back to work, physically. Been there a lot. To those who have followed how my youngest daughter would often fall sick knew very well how I struggled with absences and keeping up with the office works. I knew from my heart that there were times when my co-workers would roll their eyes because I had to take another sick day with my daughter.

If you are a mom, you know very well how difficult it could get when dealing with a sick child. Either way, working from home or from the office are both the same. Let’s then list down the advantages and disadvantages when dealing with and caring for a sick child

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My first long drive

I can no longer count the number of attempts I’ve had in the past 8 years until my dad left us. Believe me, I was only aiming to at least reach the hospital (which is a 30-minute drive from our house) for possible emergencies especially that my mom stays with me now, plus the fact that I have two kids who require frequent trips to school events, either to Dinalupihan or SBMA where the other two branches are situated. It was my dad who used to drive and do errands for us but now everything is on my shoulder. My brother left for work a month ago and I have no one else to tag along with me for the same purpose. 

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