Thursday, February 11, 2016


We cannot deny the fact that a lot of people nowadays are becoming more health conscious. To top that off, a lot of companies and businesses are offering products that are also beneficial to the health. Talking about being healthy, people are also becoming more aware of the kind of food they eat. Going organic is now making its waves.

EchoStore (Environment and Community Hope Organization) is a shop which offers a lot of different products that are organic. From organic treats, beauty products, home products and a whole lot more! They even have a cafe which offers a wide variety of food.

So if you're on your next food trip, make sure to check out EchoStore.

Location: Streetscape Mall, Paseo Saturnino, Ma. Luisa Rd., Cebu City


Friday, January 1, 2016

Happy 2016!

Happy new year friends! Time flies real fast these days. 2015 has been a great year and for this brand new year, let us welcome it with open arms and embrace whatever adventure awaits us!

I should have post this on the last day of 2015 but since I was not able to, please allow me to do it on this year. 😁

Here are some photos of my 2015:

Welcome to CIS! 
G3 Field trip. Unit about water

G3 Field trip. Unit about sound

Felix Manalo movie

MU team @ Pino Restaurant

Adventure @ Mountain View

Visiting the largest floating bookstore

Gercan & Diane's wedding

Trip to Bohol

Fellow MU TLs

Surprise treat from my <3

There's a whole lot more of my 2015 but I'm gonna run out of space. So I'll just end this blog post and once again have a happy new year!

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Blog Hiatus

Hello friends! It's been a looooooooooonnnggggg time since I posted something in this blog. You may be wondering what I have been up to these past months. Well, I am now working in a new place and since then, I guess things are running quick and though I have access to the online world, it's just that I cannot find time to post something. But I just miss blogging and sharing the stuff that I've learned or experienced so I will try my very best to be able to blog as often.  

As for now, let me share some photos:

This is my new environment. ^_^
My own version of trail mix. :D

Forever INC! 

My daily planner. 

UUU Orchestra from Japan. Amazing talents!

Books! ♥

Painting by a 4 year old boy. 

Painting by a 4 year old girl. 

Ciao for now friends! 

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Pan de Donuts

These days, a lot of companies are competing against one another especially if it comes to food. Let's take for example the doughnut. In my country alone, big names such as Krispy Kreme, J Co, Dunkin' Donuts are just a few of companies offering and specializing in this sweet treat. Long before Krispy Kreme and J Co invaded the country, the old time favorite Dunkin' Donuts is the most popular. Now, with the presence of these other international companies, the competition is at its finest.

Last weekend, as I was passing IT Park and bought some bread in Pan de Manila, I noticed a display of cute pastry. There was this one that looks like the Alcapone of J Co. Then as I read their posters, the Pan de Donuts is the newest addition of the company. I was not able to try one, maybe next time. At Php 38 per piece, one can already have a taste of Pan de Manila's newest product.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Rope Course Conquered!

I have been to Mountain View Nature Park a lot of times already. The last time that I went there was last year after Richard's operation. When we went there, we saw this rope course and since that day, I have always been wanting to try the course. Then the day came last weekend. haha Together with Richard and our other friends, we decided to unwind in Mountain View. 

Upon arriving in the place, we immediately settled ourselves in one of the cottages. We filled our hungry stomachs, relaxed and goofed for a while.

At around 11:00 am, we started the Rope Course Challenge!

Make sure that you are wearing a comfortable outfit plus closed shoes with socks. If you are not wearing closed shoes and socks, and you really want to try the challenge, you can rent one. Before getting on the platform, we also need to sign a waiver. Then the staff will assist you in wearing and securing your harness. They will then orient you of the things that you must and musn't do.

After all the preparation, off we went! 

Level 1 - Walking (easy) :P

Me: "Ohw. This is so easy"
Level 2 - Balancing.

Josie: "Hello there!"
Level 3 - Crossing the net
*wasn't able to capture a picture here*
Level 4 - Zip line!

Level  5- Series of Tires

me: "This is fun!"
Level  6 - Swinging steps

Smile2x pa. :D
Level 7- Inverted T's

Then comes the hard part. I'm literally hugging these T's.
Level 8- Balancing. again.

me: "Now, this is getting harder mehn."
Level 9- Surfin'

me: "Woohoo!"
Level 10- The Grid

Level 12- Crawling the tunnel

Level 13- Spider web

Spider Woman. haha
Level 15 - Crossing the logs

Level 15- The String Swing

Level 16- Last stage!

And we made it! Yey!

It was a very tiring yet a very an unforgettable experience for us! One thing is for sure though, maybe I'll be having second thoughts going in the course again. hahaha 

After the grueling rope course, it was time to eat our lunch. Then we went for a walk around the park and in the afternoon, we went for a swim. I was a little disappointed though because the pool's very deep end is not more than 5 feet. -_-

At around 5 pm, the group then boarded the service van of Mountain View and went home as the rain poured heavily. 

Photo Credits: Ms. Riana