As far as I can remember, I have been interested in body piercings. They looked so cool and the person sporting the look is fearless in a way.
A year into COVID-19 and Cebu province has already encouraged local tourism. There were protocols in place when traveling from one city to another such as confirmed hotel accommodation, medical certificates, and the necessary face mask, face shield, and physical distancing.
Travelling has been difficult because of the pandemic. One might require tests, clearance from place of residence, acceptance letter from the place of destination, and quarantine (recently requirements have eased up). Not to mention the fear and anxiety that comes with traveling.
Or as they say.
Up to now I can still hear some people say that they do not own credit cards because it not good for them. But truly are credit cards evil?
2020 is such a downer. COVID-19 has affected everyone. No one was prepared. No one expected to probably last this long. In Cebu, the government has closed the airports and sea ports and we were placed under Enhance Community Quarantine starting March 27, 2020.
And just like that, it is already June. It hit me that almost half of 2020 is gone. The first two months were a blur. It was kind of trial months feel. Is it the same for you too? For some reason, March ended so fast because of deadlines. Then came, April and May wherein Cebu is under Enhanced Community Quarantine due to COVID-19.
Hey! It has been a while since I last posted for this series. I have not yet finished my Beginner’s swimming lessons due to conflict of schedule for the first two months and the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) by March.
I was blessed for not having a lot of body hair (that explains my fine hair as well as my Mona Lisa eye brows ). However, that did not exempt me from having hair on my underarms.
Because why not.
Getting that much deserved vacation needs preparation; the place, flight or bus schedule, accomodation and itinerary. But sometimes we have to have that needed relaxation in an instant (sort of). Hence, staycation is the answer.
For the longest time, I have wanted to try target shooting. But I guess the moment was not right until now.
Summer out. Rainy season in.
Bikinis out. Jackets in.
In a country of coconuts as tropical as the Philippines, winter is something one would like to experience at least once in his or her lifetime. So here I am, someone whose mood is affected by the weather and someone who has always donned a jacket in an airconditioned room; about to experience the first winter of her lifetime.
The pursuit to pretty underarms had led me to this six step underarm routine.
Four years ago, I was not that confident in wearing sleeveless tops or dresses because of my underarms. They were dark and had chicken skin. Because of my constant beach trips, it has strengthen my resolve to address my underarm issue.
I was planning to have a solo trip to Camiguin earlier this year but due to priorities, I decided to move it to my birth month as a self-gift (check my blog for other birthday gift ideas). So, how come I had friends with me on this trip? Well, I need to have great pictures for this birthday blog.
Another year has come, another birthday. And here you are getting that VIP treatment fit for the birthday celebrant. But before you check if all your close friends have greeted you and your special someone gifting you something that you like (and constantly talked about), have you thought about getting something for yourself?
Straight from work we boarded the Cebu-Iloilo plane in our uniforms. After numerous failed attempts of travelling together, finally we made it happen.
It has been a year and a half since I decided to take my eye brow game a step further through microblading. To say the that I am beyond happy is an understatement. (Check out my blog post on Microblading procedure.) Let me list down the advantages of getting them done.
It has been seven months since the full-on COVID-19 response of the world through quarantine, ban, and restrictions. For most of us, we haven’t felt quite ourselves. But slowly, we are adapting to what is called the “New normal”.