I have been quite busy this December because of my trip overseas. I have a lot of write-ups in mind, which I will be publishing soon. However, let me end the year first with a final blog about my 2017 experiences. Similar to everyone else, my year was full of ups and downs. I think every year is the same. Yet, there are 5 things that I am really thankful for this year. Both positive and negative, they made me realize a lot of things in which I learned from. It opened my mind to a new set of ideas about life in general. These gave me new goals which I look forward not only this coming 2018 but also to the next few years. So with no further a due, here are the 5 thoughts and discoveries that I will never forget for 2017. Continue reading “5 Things in 2017 that I am thankful for”
It’s the holiday seasons again and everyone’s ecstatic about it. Halloween’s over so the Christmas decorations are officially up for display. Christmas lanterns were set up along the roadways. Dazzling ornaments hanging at the malls. What perfect way to enjoy the day while looking at these but by sipping a nice cup of coffee at Starbucks.
Starbucks has officially released their Christmas handcrafted drinks and their 2018 Limited Edition Planner. It’s that time of the year again where we enjoy the thrill of collecting those stickers. This year’s Limited Edition Planner comes with two designs which were created to suit the fan in you. It comes with ruler stencil, a desk calendar, and leather sleeves. The sleeves come in two colours; tan and dark brown. The paper quality is still the same. I’ve always like the quality of the paper on these planners. They are also durable and no matter how you look at it, the pages will not tear off easily. To redeem your planner, you just need to collect 18 stickers. Visit Starbucks Ph website to learn more about their terms and conditions. Continue reading “A 2017 Holiday Treat at Starbucks”
Ramen has been one of the staple food in Japan since the early times. It has been one of the signature dish that came from the Land of Rising Sun. This soupy dish is enjoyed not only by Japanese but as well as other people beyond the country.
For the past few weeks, we have been craving for a delicious ramen to eat. It has been raining and the weather is cold lately. At these times, a bowl of warm soup or noodles would be great! Luckily, we finally got the opportunity last night. My sister and I decided to go to Ramen Nagi at SM Pampanga. It was crowded and we had to wait for a while for us to get a seat. Continue reading “A Taste of Japan at Ramen Nagi”