February 25, 2017

Decorate a Wall Using an Old Calendar

It's been a year since we changed the aircon in the masters bedroom. The part where the old aircon was left without a paint because we couldn't find the same color of paint. Our cotractor cannot remember the exact kind of yellow.

It irritates me everytime I see that unpainted part so I decorated the the wall using an old Calendar.

February 24, 2017

How To Clean Bathroom Tiles

People have different words for bathroom. Some call it comfort room, lavatory, restroom, powder room and toilet. Sa ating bayan ito ay kasilyas, kubeta, silid-paliguan at banyo. 

Despite its general use, the bathroom is my favorite part of the house because it brings forth wonderful memories of my mother. In the kitchen, when Mama asked me to help prepare food, I'd always forget a thing or two and Mama will not be happy. But when she tells me to clean the banyo, she'd praise me oh so dearly for doing a good job. This is probably why up until now I'd prefer to clean our banyo than cook food. Ang lakas talaga ng psychological effect ng mga magulang. Kaya para sa mga magulang na nagbabasa nito, i-praise ang mga anak sa mga kaaya-ayang gawain, wag ng itulad sa akin (lol!).

Some people eat chocolates when upset, depressed or plainly sad. Some would go shopping. Others would drink themselves to death. Iba ako, I'd go clean our banyo. I love cleaning our banyo, because I get to reflect on things that matters, such as, prepare my program for events and hosting, draft an article for this blog, plan our trips, sweat out, or cry when sad. When I am in this place I feel joyful, it's like a dose of instant happiness. As soon as I start cleaning our banyo all the negative emotions inside vanishes. 

But let's face it, ang hirap linisin ng floor, especially if the tiles are in white or cream shade. Feel free to watch my video on How To Clean Bathroom Tiles.

February 23, 2017

Coco Martin for Sarsaya Oyster Sauce

Earlier today at 101 Hotel in Quezon City, Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation launched its newest product and endorser, Coco Martin for Sarsaya Oyster Sauce.

Sarsaya Oyster Sauce is concentrated from real oysters, complete with seasonings to rpovide a delicious blend of savory, sweet and salty taste to any dish. It comes in 30g pack and 156g stand-up re-sealable pack. Also available is Sarsaya Sweet and Sour Sauce in 200g stand-up pouch.

Coco Martin was chosen to be the endorser of this product because he embodies a person who loves cooking, being a fan of his lola's cooking, as well as a graduate of Hoter and Restaurant Management or HRM.

The event was made exciting with a live cooking demo and cook-off headed by Chef Mac Rodrigo where he cooked Ginisang Kangkong with tokwa and Thais Style Stir Fried Chicken using  Sarsaya Oyster Sauce.

Sarsaya Oyster Sauce TVC with Coco Martin was also shown during the event. The launch was more fun when media, bloggers and guests were allowed to ask Coco some questions.

Thank you Ajinomoto  Sarsaya Oyster Sauce for this once in a lifetime opportunity to interview one of the leading actors of the Philippines!

February 20, 2017

Occasions of Joy 7th Anniversary at Pasay Sped Center

Instead of throwing parties for co-bloggers and friends, I organizes and hosts outreach activities every February 20 in celebrating this blog's anniversary.

I'm normally done with everything by the month of November but 2016 year was not that good for me and my family. A lot of unhappy events happened, we lost Papa in April. Mom-in-law was hospitalized by June. John was hospitalized by August and November. I got my thyroid biopsy result by December that said "possible cancer".

But how can I not push with Occasions of Joy 7th Anniversary at Pasay Sped Center when all the kids and teachers prepared songs and doxology already.

To cut the long story short, everything went well. I would like to thank everyone who were a part of this sharing of hope, love and joy to the special children of Pasay Sped Center, their teachers and some parents and guardians who were present during the outreach celebration.

My heartfelt gratitude goes to Principal Lea Marcelo, Teacher Julie Maranan, Ricky Quinsay, Agnes Caguntas, Lyn Borje, Amy Perez, Jomes Mendiola, Kim Basa, Sofy Alberto-Lista, Kessa Thea Egegaard Nielsen, Tetcha Gregorio-Figuerres, Rosanna Hwang, Maria Darilay, Ms. Elmie Cadungog, Ana Papasin-Monta, Jello Anselmo, Diana Stalder, Jen Dizon, Alfie Zapanta, Eiskin, Bubbleman, Wacoal, Omizu, Full Circle Communications, Inc., Perceptions Inc., and Marra Builders, Inc.

"We need more kindness, more compassion, 
more joy, more laughter. 
I definitely want to contribute to that. "
- Ellen DeGeneres

February 17, 2017

Omizu at City of Mandaluyong Science High School 21st Foundation Day

My twin kids are now in Grade 8 as #BatangMandScie (the term used for scholars of City of Mandaluyong Science High School). I owe this school a lot of love because it hones Julia and Rafael a good education that's why I actively participate in all of school activities, just like the recently concluded City of Mandaluyong Science High School 21st Foundation Day. 

Along with the foundation day, a family day was held in each classroom during lunch time and parents day held after lunch at Audio Visual Room.

After fulfiling my job as Homeroom PTA President of Hooke - 8 and  Asst. Treasurer of GPTA in the morning and afternoon, I kept busy promoting Omizu late in the afternoon and at night.

Omizu is the first and only beautifying bottled water in the Philippines that is naturally rich in Silica, a natural anti-aging and antioxidant mineral. This amazing beautifying drink, bottled through the most advance Japanese technology, has health benefits to repair and rejuvenate the body inside and out.