I have been running around like a headless chicken the past few days trying maintain my train of thoughts when drafting my next slew of blog posts but before I venture of again into another write-up, let me first give a refresher of what happened last week at the Selah Garden Hotel in Pasay.
Since events are hard to come by nowadays due to the pandemic and the social distancing restrictions that comes along with it, it was really nice that Anne from Anvassadress, came up with this intimate gathering of content creators to bond, share stories and catch up with each others lives. As a way of making this event fun and engaging for everyone, she pitched to various established and up and coming brands to share with us some of their top selling products so that we can also check it out and review it in our own sites/ socials. For the pre-event post, you can check it out here.
Netflix may be best known for its big-budget American-made TV series such as Stranger Things and the likes of it but thanks to its ever-growing clout especially in the International audience, we’re starting to see more and more diversity among Netflix’s content offerings.
Kdramas have been quite popular in the site as of late, garnering top rankings for many months now. What makes it so popular amongst fans is not only the gorgeous actors with impeccable skin that we see on set but also the seamless weaving of the whole plot and how everything eventually comes together beautifully in the end.
That said, I know that I am pretty much late in the game but hey, everyone has his or her own timeline right? So, I got started with this Kdrama a few nights back called Itaewon Class.
Have you ever experienced this heart-wrenching feeling that arises when your child is sleepy, hurt, or hungry, and they cry for the babysitter to comfort them rather than you?
As working Moms who aside from having a full-time job and hustles also in between to append her income, this might pose as a challenge sometimes for us. As of now, Kaeden sleeps in with his nanny in his room since I get up really early at around 3:30am every day to prepare for my work which is at 4am Manila time and also the room space isn’t really that big to accommodate his crib in our room since we are just renting out a condo space so it’s dimensions, fixtures and furniture are already fixed and there’s not much you can do with the current space so I just have to make do of spending as much time as I can with him once I finish all my listed tasks for the day.
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It’s been quite a while since I last attended a bloggers event and I must say that after a long hiatus and some inconsistencies on my end trying to go back to blogging, I finally came around this pandemic. Since I had some spare time on my hands, not driving to and from work and purely just working from home and with our reliable help at home to help me tend to my son. The situation, forced me to rethink what I really like doing aside from work and my other pressing priorities, which undoubtedly gave me one answer which was: WRITING and Blogging.
I really haven’t had that much time to watch other Kdrama’s as of late due to the hour long episodes that seems to eat up much of my time thus making me unproductive throughout the day. So I mostly just opt to watch movies now on Netflix since it requires less time plus I can already see the end of the story come together in the middle or at around 30 minutes of watching the movie or so.
I digress, going back to this awesome Kdrama that I watched I few weeks back. I got hooked to it not only because of the hype and the soundtrack that comes along with it but also due to the valuable insights that can be gleaned from this drama. So here goes, some of my top things I learned from watching this series.
They said that nothing great ever comes out from being easy and that good things never came out of comfort zones. The past few days, I have been feeling a little under the weather, it’s like all my motivation to carry on has been lost and went out the window. Maybe it’s because we constantly compare ourselves despite not really meaning to, to what we see on social. People buying this and that at such a young age. Achieving that house, that car and getting to do whatever it is that they want any time of the day. That’s why I decided to just unfollow those accounts for my mental sanity.
That said, I’ll just be focusing on my own personal journey and keep on doing whatever it is that makes me happy which is writing, reading, spending time with people who are closest to me and working on my passion project which is coming up with personalized items and opening up a small scale tea place in the province.
This 2021, I am getting rid of a lot of old photos on my phone, deleting them in my internal memory and uploading them to my cloud drive so that my phone wouldn’t be cluttered with various photos throughout the years and also to make way for new memories and photos this 2021.
So before I digress again, let me let you in on my thoughts as we embark on another new year ahead.
It’s the last vacation day for me as we resume work again tomorrow morning, or in my case later at 4am EST which is around 1pm PST in San Francisco, CA since the Company that I am working for is based there.
A lot of things had been swirling through my mind as of late, as I constantly question my purpose and my overall direction in life. From being an immature, self-centered single lady who just went with the flow and pushed further to reach her goals no matter what it took, to now being a Wife, Home Manager, Employee, Entrepreneur and a newly minted Mom.
I admit that I still have a lot of learning to do especially when it comes to compromising, managing a household and being a Mom. To be honest, I do not even have all those master chef skills that you see on TV. But, I am making a resolution to at least give it a try and try to learn a thing or two about whipping up a sumptuous feast and surprise my family for once with my cooking even though I don’t really have that innate talent for it.
So before I get lost again and off track, let me walk you through how these months have been for all of us here as we embark and welcome another new year ahead of us!
The current situation that we are all faced with has got us all reevaluating our priorities and investments. How far along can we go by without our stable employment? Do we still have recurring revenue streams even without the guarantee of a stable employment? Or do we have assets or precious heirlooms which we can monetize or easily convert to cash once the push comes to a shove?
That said, jewelry have always been connected to human culture since time immemorial. These beautiful adornments continue to hold real meaning and value. Throughout the course of history, jewelry has been offered as a trophy, an amulet, and sometimes, even art. It perfectly symbolizes love, a celebration of milestones, and of course, the ultimate representation of wealth.