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Review: Mimosa Honeysuckle Creamy Body Scrub by c.Booth

| November 18, 2015

With a name like Mimosa Honeysuckle Creamy Body Scrub, how can you go wrong? The short answer is you can’t. You just can’t. Yes, I loved it. And here are the countless reasons it’s right: Exfoliating: Because I have dry skin, I moisturize religiously. Now that it’s starting to get colder and colder, I would [...]

Review: Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Lotion

| November 5, 2014

I looooove lotions and moisturizers and oils–and whatever you call skin-hydrating products–ever invented so my second Influenster Voxbox was absolutely perfect for me. My skin tends to get dry easily so moisturizing has long been a part of my routine. Now that the temperature is dropping, it’s only bound to get worse. Pretty soon, I’ll [...]

Review: Playtex Sport Fresh Balance

| September 17, 2014

This is going to be TMI for many, but when has that knowledge stopped me from embarrassing myself. Never, I tell you. Nevaaahhh! Ok maybe sometimes but not this time. Firstly, I must let you know that I was never a tampon user until now. If you look really hard for them, you’ll probably find [...]

Review: Locke

| September 9, 2014

I liked it! Locke would probably not do well in mainstream theaters in most parts of the world: no explosions, no flying nor leaping from building to building, no naked bodies. Yet it has a good story and it manages to tell that story beautifully with the very rigid limitations it has set for itself. [...]

Review: Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide Caplet Serum

| August 25, 2014

(Yeah that was a bit of a mouthful, I agree.) First, let it be known that I’m 34 years old. That would pretty much explain why I just have to have this product. Although I like to think that I take pretty good care of my skin (e.g. I wear sunscreen, apply moisturizer, drink plenty [...]

Free stuff! Free stuff!

| February 28, 2014

Do it! freecycle.org! Look it up now! I checked out the site in search of a coffee table. Because most of our furniture are the generic Ikea types, we’ve decided that our coffee table would be that one piece that would exude character and charm. So far, no coffee table has passed our standard of character [...]

Review: “You are a Writer” by Jeff Goins

| June 5, 2013

I downloaded an ebook, “You are a Writer,” by Jeff Goins for free in exchange for a review. I am now fulfilling my end of the bargain. The main takeaway of “You are a Writer” is basically: you are a writer, so write. First, let me say that I agree with this wholeheartedly. I also [...]

Weekly Gratefulness List (April 28 to May 4, 2013)

| May 6, 2013

-went to see the family’s newest baby, Baby Roque. He was so soft. -brought the two aunts to Legazpi Market which was good despite the intense heat -met up with HS BFFs for dinner -finished Susanna Jones’ Earthquake Bird -watched three of a seven-part BBC collection called Attenborough in Paradise (Wiki description of the collection [...]

I have given up on SMART

| May 2, 2013

To save myself the frustration and blood-boiling rage (which I am pretty sure is very unhealthy), I have decided to, to the best of my ability, never use SMART’s Internet connection again. I have tried to go online a few times since my rant on April 15. I remember a couple of times when the [...]

Weekly Gratefulness List (February 10 to 16, 2013)

| February 21, 2013

Most of the week was uneventful but come Saturday, I got to see not one but two plays!! Boeing Boeing So funny! I love Carla Dunaraneau, the German fiancee the most. Here’s a good review of the play. Sadly, the play finished its run on February 17. But just in case they restage it, you should [...]