Styling our hair gives us lots of hassle more than we think. It takes so much time and effort for us to fix our hair every morning before going to school or work especially, us girls. We have different preferences of hair style each day, right? Sometimes we want braids, sometimes we curl. Or most of the time, we just want flat straight hair. Sounds a little stressful, eh? And we have no choice but repeat the same routine over and over again because, really, who wants to have a bad hair day?
Since we use too much chemical products, flat or curling iron, tendency is, our hair gets damage! But how can we keep up our dream hair look everyday?
Nowadays, most women prefer using wigs.
Before, wigs were used for special occasions only but now, some people use it for their everyday look. But isn’t it a little weird to wear a wig while walking down the street? Its bumpy and rusty look makes more attention come to you. Oh I hate that feeling. People will stare at you like you’ve done something wrong. Well, probably you did, if you chose the wrong wig!
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At this moment, I am still stuck in a phase where my mind grasps the thought that I cannot ask the driver for a student fare anymore and that, I will now enter the so-called real world.
Few weeks ago, I was with so many people dressed in identical caps and gowns at Manila Hotel
to attend a very special event. And that day marks the end of my life at CEU.
It may be the end but I see it as a new beginning. Very cliche, I know. For us graduates, as we step at the center stage and take a bow, we welcome the new chapter of our lives. It may be thrilling because there are lots of competencies out there juggling that job interview you’ve been dreaming to have ever since and all you think is how you will ace that. Now, I am grateful to land a job in a well-known media company in the Philippines before I even graduate. Imagine, a college girl already has her job before her graduation. Lucky I am says other people because only few are given this chance but to me, it’s not just luck that I have. I have my confidence and rosary with me. That’s what keeps me achieving things I want.
Sweet and genuine. That is how the Filipinos described Pope Francis’ smile during his motorcade along the roads of Manila. Each person has his own way of showing gratefulness to the Pope in visiting the country. They wave their hands and raise it as high as they can to at least feel the presence and touch of Pope Francis.
Filipinos are very excited to witness this most awaited event. We have all been waiting for this moment to see His Holiness. As what history can remember, my age tells the last time that a Papal Visit happened in the Philippines. It was then Pope and now Saint, John Paul II.
They say that seeing the Pope is one of the greatest things that could ever happen in your life. And I agree. Although I was not able to see him personally, I feel so calm. I feel so peaceful. I feel safe. I feel so happy. Knowing that he arrived in the country safely, it is enough for me to feel that way. Truth be told, at first, I don’t believe other people who keeps on telling that they feel so light when they witness a rite which involves the highly respected Popes. But when I saw Pope Francis’s face on the window of the airplane he’s riding, my heart skipped a beat. And when he smiles as he waves to the crowd, goosebumps are covering my body. That surreal feeling is what keeps me peaceful.
And when he mentioned in his speech in Malacañang about the Typhoon Yolanda, a river of tears flashed in my memory. Reminding me the disaster that took many lives that just happened a year ago. They are the reason of today’s Papal Visit. Pope Francis came for them.
He is really the People’s Pope.We Filipinos are very blessed, grateful and beyond happy to have Pope Francis visit our country. Image Source
This is so late to post but it’s never too late. Huh? What ami I saying? Hahaha
This time, I’m going to feature Vanilla Cupcake Bakery. I’ve been here two times already and even if I come back here everyday, I’ll never get used to the foods they serve. They are just too good to be resisted.
Vanilla Iced Tea
Apple Iced Tea
I didn’t get to take a picture of their Cheesy Ham and Cheese Melt. Oh boy it’s so good! The cheese really melts in my mouth.
VCB will forever have a special space in my tummy and if it seems that it’s too full, I’ll make room for it.
Okay, so last April, I was so happy to see myself featured as the It Girl of the Week on the website of Candy Magazine (the number 1 teen magazine in the Philippines). It just literally made my summer exciting. So I want to share with you the link of my feature. I hope you could check it out :)
Hello! I would like to take this opportunity to ask for your help to vote for me to be one of the newest Cream Silk Ambassador. As the Philippines’ most trusted conditioner brand, Cream Silk inspires women all over the country to bring out their hair’s full beauty potential (unieliver.com.ph).
Here is the link where you can vote for many. Please vote as many times as possible. It’d really be a big help for me. Thank you :)
I was sitting in a dimmed-light auditorium yesterday. There were a lot of people inside, all of them were buzzing around. I feel pressured. I can feel the intense heat between me and them though I don’t know them personally. There’s a thing that ignites the anxiety in me and I was not sure what it is.
Maybe it’s the thought of having the same interests with them. Maybe I feel tensed because I know there’s a lot of people inside that same auditorium that are better than I. Maybe because I’m just envious because most of them know what they want to do in the future already. Well, not that I don’t know what I want to do. I was not just sure of what I will do in the future that will make me happy. Then, someone said keep doing everything until you find that certain thing that makes you happy.
It seems to help me. No, it really helps me. From the beginning, I was trying to do everything. I was trying to excel in every thing I do.
But it leads me to a fall down. I failed. Not just once but many times. I thought of giving up because I can’t handle the pain and failures anymore. It’s like, things were crashing my pride. My future. My dreams. My life. I realized, I can’t do everything. I almost gave up.
But I didn’t. I realized, there’s a lot of ways to go. That if I give up, I wouldn’t reach where I am now. I have come this far to give it all up. I learned to accept failures. Well, I have to because in that way, I can fully accept myself, too. I suffered but I grew stronger.
I must say, the person who said to keep doing everything is right. We should not stop just because we failed. We should not stop just because we think it’s not meant for us. We should strive hard to get what we really want to do because eventually, we will grasp it in our hands if we don’t stop.
Like what the 5SOS boys said in their song… don’t stop, doing what you’re doing.