20141030

Product Review: Pastel Pink Bow Ring from Gwyllion

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I've always been a Hello Kitty fan though not as obsessed and as addicted as those known as Hello Kitty lovers. However, Hello Kitty has been a part of my childhood and I can vividly remember myself collecting stationery, stickers, and other thingamabobs related to this sanrio character. She's pink and that's why I love her so much... I guess.

Receiving this pastel pink bow ring (similar here) from Gwyllion made me nostalgic. The adorable pastel ring reminds me of the bow Hello Kitty wears!

20141029

LIFE LATELY: F-U-N Before Thesis Stress + Thesis Update

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Before thesis.... I was. still. smiling.

First row: Family time at SM Aura  
Middle row: NBA Cafe (I have 2 brothers), watched David Archuleta's vlog pretending that we're on a video call (HAHA!), and selfie with my brothers during our Aunt and Uncle's 25th wedding anniversary
 3rd row: (1-2) YFC-UST's general assembly, shoes from Zalora ph!)


Sorry if I have been MIA these couple of weeks. I have never been this stressed in my school life ever. I mean seriously, who knew that you have to DO THIS AND BE SO STRESSED IN CHASING YOUR DREAM?! Fortunately, I am very passionate about Interior Design and Ballet and I'm so glad that I'm working on the AFP Theater to be my design project for thesis. Apparently, my passion for ballet keeps me going! (and my ever so supportive family). I actually don't want to talk about my thesis just yet because I still have to do the book and face the panel of jurors. It's just that, yesterday was our thesis endorsement and I actually accepted the fact that I might not get endorsed and do thesis again next year because I still have 3 perspectives left to do yesterday. But God works in mysterious ways and I AM ENDORSED. OMG! I don't know how that happened but I am so glad that I have my family and all my friends who helped me be endorsed! Although being endorsed doesn't mean that I'll surely pass thesis, still, I'm so glad I reached this level.

So anyway, let me show you how busy I am through these photos...

20141017

Bloom Fairy in the City

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With a lace dress hugging my body and a hair as long as Rapunzel's but as curly as Merida's, my time at the Bloom Arts Festival 2 (see part 1 or part 2) can be comparable to my personification of a fairytale character getting out of the make-believe story and entering this beautiful realm.


It was magical. From a dull and repetitive lifestyle I was having that time due to school, the beautiful black and white world where I was at suddenly blasted into different colors found at the spectrum... it was so beautiful that the colors went beyond the spectrum of the rainbow.

*insert David Archuleta's angelic, heart-melting voice here*
"Paint it over when your world is grey..."

20141016

Manila FAME Turns 60!

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MANILA FAME creative director Budji Layug took Philippine design to a whole new level in the Design Philippines special setting last October 2013

Manila FAME, the country’s premier design and lifestyle event, once again unveils the modern Filipino’s design sensibility and brings together promising talents and seasoned artisans all under one roof in its 60th edition at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay on October 16 (TODAY!) - until October 19.

Each edition of Manila FAME features various programs aiming to position the Philippines as an ideal sourcing hub of finely crafted products for the local and global market. Among the event highlights this October are Design Philippines Scenography, ‘Be Our Guest’: A Table Accessories Showcase, Manila Wear, NeoTextiles Philippines, Red Box (Home), OTOP Marketplace, International Hall, and Modernizing the Masters. 

“This edition of Manila FAME is set to unfold cutting-edge collections of handcrafted products designed by the Filipino craftsmen. Through this bi-annual event, CITEM intends to solidify the image of the Filipinos’ artistry and design ingenuity in the global community,” said Rosvi Gaetos, executive director of the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM).