• Home Improvement,  Motherhood,  Parenting

    How To Get Your Kids Clean Their Bedroom

    Getting the kids to do household chores these days is harder, as they are always hooked with their gadgets and some other things they tend to remember doing just when other chores assigned to them are due.

    I have two girls, and it is just right to teach them as early as now. Despite growing up with a house-helper around them, they know that they need to get their asses up and work on stuff, otherwise, they also know what’s going to happen. You see, I can be the coolest mom on earth but at the same time, I can be a monster mom they don’t want to see.

    girls' bedroom

    We do not force them to wash the dishes, nor clean the whole house but at least start from where they keep their personal stuff and that, of course, “their bedroom”. Early this year, we had their bedroom renovated that left them with no choice but to maintain it as how I have already organized it, otherwise… So how do I make them do it?

  • Lifestyle,  Motherhood

    #BestEverLife with Joy Dishwashing Liquid

    Tambak na hugasin makes one’s kitchen messy, plus the annoying oil build up that sometimes decides to stick to your pans and pots,  and kids’ lunch boxes overtime, it just takes so much of your precious time. So imagine if you do not have the perfect dishwashing liquid like Joy in your household? Good luck to your mommy life!

    I have been a long time user of different Joy Dishwashing Liquid varieties,

  • Lifestyle,  Motherhood

    Back to School Mommy Routine

    My back-to-school mommy routine started last June 17, and it just surprises me how full my schedule is – yet I am able to manage it.

    back to school mommy routine

    As early as 4:00am, I am already up from bed cooking and preparing their breakfast, and school lunch packs (including their cousins and ours). While I wait for the dish to get cooked, I grab my first cup of coffee for the day.

  • Entertainment,  How-to,  Lifestyle,  Motherhood,  Parenting

    Mga Dialogue ni Nanay (with Millennials)

    As elders would say “You will only appreciate your mother, once you became a mom of your own kids”. Guess they’re right! That includes the many lines and reminders that we used to only hear from our moms, and we now use them against our kids, without fail.

    My two girls created a video out of it, and here’s what they’ve come up with:

    It’s just so funny and surprising that my 8 y/o managed to copy me and my gestures effectively. In this role-playing, you will also see how millennials react to what we tell them, without knowing that they sometimes make faces and utter side comments annoyingly.