Month: July 2010

Current Affairs Fashion

The Chelsea Clinton And Mark Mezvinski Wedding

In a few hours from now Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, will tie-the-know with her long time boyfriend Mark Mezvinski an investment banker who’s doing well for himself in his line of work. They have been trying to keep mum about the details of […]


I’m A Fashionalista, Are You?

Fashionista “a person who follows trends in the fashion industry obsessively and strives continually to adopt the latest fashions.” Nationalist “devotion to the interests or culture of a particular nation including promoting the interests of one country over those of others.” Put them together and you get a Fashionalista. I applaud Freeway for launching their […]

Travel & Culture

I Survived The Sky Walk Extreme Cebu, My Sky Experience Adventure

I successfully completed the walk on the Country’s First Sky Walk Extreme, a path around the 37th level outer-rim of Crown Regency Hotel & Towers, the tallest hotel tower in the country, standing 40 stories high located at Fuente Osmeña, the heart of Cebu City in the Philippines. The Sky Walk is the first Sky […]

Travel & Culture

My Weekend Getaway Tour In Cebu, Philippines

I went for a quick weekend trip at the Queen City of the South Cebu this weekend.  It was a perfect quick out-of-town weekend getaway until it ended badly at the Mactan-Cebu Airport because of the incompetent staff and crew of Air Philippines Express (AirPhil Express) Cebu. What we did on our quick weekend getaway […]

Travel & Culture

Expressing My Disgust At Air Philippines Express

My sister, my daughter and I along with the other 177 passengers of Air Philippines  Express (AirPhil Express)  passenger of flight 2P 937 bound to Manila on July 25,2010 got a free round trip ticket to any of their 24 destinations of our choice in the Philippines with accommodations. This offer is valid for one […]

Travel & Culture

Air Philippines Express Cebu to Manila Flight Delayed

I’m writing this post at the public internet at the Mactan Airport in Cebu at 3:47am because our flight that was supposed to be at 10:15 am got delayed twice.  First because of the bad weather in Manila and second because of the careless staff and crew of Air Philippines Flight 2P937 bound to Manila. […]

Events Treatments & Salons

L’Oreal INOA: The Hair Color Of The Future Trade Launch

I just got home from the trade launch of  L’Oreall’s  INOA: The Hair Color Of The Future.  INOA stands for an innovation in hair color with no ammonia. The Philippines is the first Asian country to have the INOA color treatment. Yes! You read that right a hair color that doesn’t have ammonia ergo no overpowering odor, […]

Skin Care

Is Mosbeau Placenta White Food Supplement Effective?

This is what I will find out in 30 days as I take the challenge to have a fairer, whiter skin. Witness how Mosbeau Placenta White Food Supplement works  by visibly transforming my tanned, uneven skin, into a fairer, glowing complexion like Angel Locsin! Nyahahaha! Finally somebody took on the challenge to make me fairer/whiter/lighter. […]


Nike Sportswear Fall 2010 Collection

“Designed for sport, crafted for life” has always been Nike Sportswear’s philosophy as it blurs the line between athletic sportswear and day-to-day fashion. This Fall 2010, Nike Sportswear launches a new line of apparel, introducing the new looks of Sportswear Classics — the Air Max 1, Air Max 90 Moire and Premium, Air Maxim 1, […]

Health & Wellness

New! Human Nature’s All Natural Femine Wash

Ladies, you asked for it and now you have it! For the first time ever, an ALL NATURAL feminine wash to gently cleanse and freshen the most intimate part of your body without causing irritation. Human Nature’s All Natural Feminine Wash is a definite breakthrough in feminine hygiene products. It’s the first of its kind […]

Advocacy Autism

What Do You Know About Disability

I know most of you would not mind reading this post as this doesn’t concern or interest you in any way.   I was like you eight years ago.   My view about disability was confined with persons who shows very obvious signs impairment like being deaf, mute, blind, crippled, and with physical deformities or […]

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