Iconic Shelf Update | Simply Modular


A few months back, I assembled the really cool shelving system pictured above. I knew that I wanted something low maintenance, easy to move around but still scoring high in terms of style and design. Simply Modular is such a convenient and ingenious way of storing your things, as well showcasing them. Honestly I’ve learned to appreciate my stuff, now that I can actually see them organized and not hidden away in a drawer or closet. So here is my shelf update, I’ve moved a couple of things around if you notice (like the plants and finally hung an artwork) …

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Privacy and Security | Golfhill Gardens


Living in Manila is great, there’s always something to do and there’s always something going on. Be it the latest concert, newest fitness trend to try out, check out the hottest restaurant nearby, or find the latest styles in retail stores. Being in the metro is definitely an experience in and of itself, I’ve always lived in Manila and a stones throw away from my school, hospital and so on. It’s incredibly convenient, especially if one is as lakwatsero as I am. As my age continues to increase, my habits have changed somewhat. Growing up in a gated community, I’ve …

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Philharmonic Orchestra Sendoff | Smart Infinity

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Smart Infinity, the most premium postpaid brand of Smart—known to bring international Broadway productions like “Les Miserables,” “Chicago,” “Cats,” “Mama Mia,” The Phantom of the Opera,” and “Wicked” to Manila—is now bringing local talents to the international stage as it supports Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO)’s performance at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York. “Smart Infinity has been bringing international Broadway musicals to the local audience; it’s high time we help bring local talents to the international stage because we know that our talents are world class as well,” said Julie Carceller, head of Smart Infinity and Smart’s Multi-Segment Marketing …

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Denimlab | Sandara x Penshoppe

I love denim. Raw denim, washed denim, blue denim, bleached denim, acid-washed denim, it’s just one of those things you can’t live without. The fabric is synonymous as synonymous with cowboys and railroad workers as it is with rockstars and rebels, it is no wonder that a type of intrinsic style, attitude, and coolness imbues it’s wearer once worn. I was invited by Jeff Bascon, who heads Penshoppe’s direction and I must say I’m glad I made the trip as I saw the latest styles that will for sure be your summer staples very soon. Joyce Pring hosted with her …

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Summer Colors and Petals | Rustan's Sunset Party

Rustan’s had a sunset party entitled Summer Colors and Petals, featuring different top tier brands showcasing their summer colors in Rockwell, I was wondering where exactly the event would be since I wasn’t all too familiar with the place save for the actual mall. Sunset party, where could this be? Fast forward to entering a narrow corridor, greeted with sincere smiles (Hi Visions PR!) and led into a full fledged summer garden party -albeit indoors and airconditioned but it really felt like the best of indoor and outdoor worlds. I had arrived with one of my blogger friends Paul, who seemed a …

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A French Revolution In Manila | Les Misérables

” A BREATHTAKING SPECTACLE ” DAILY TELEGRAPH ” ***** ASTONISHINGLY POWERFUL ” THE TIMES UK “THRILLING, SPECTACULAR AND UNFORGETTABLE” THE NEW YORK TIMES Les Mis is an unforgettable story set in 19th century France of heartbreak, passion and the resilience of the human spirit that has become one of the World’s most popular musicals. I remember listening to the CD soundtracks as a teenager with my cousins and imagining banners flying through the air, revolution and of course unbreakable love. From listening to the 17 different international Jen Valjeans singing Do You Hear The People Sing/One Day More (10th anniversary original …

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Take A Bow | Archery Academy

I remember watching Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, yes, matagal na yun, and being amazed by how Robin Hood could split an arrow from incredible distances. I even remember purchasing those native looking bow and arrows from street vendors as a kid in New Manila and trying to no avail to pull a Robin Hood. All I did was scare Brownie and Whitey (my Lola’s Aspin dogs) My failed vigilantism and archery dreams disappeared, only to be rekindled when watching Arrow and the Hunger Games. Archery has had a reemergence recently, which can be attributed to movies and shows above, also who can deny …

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