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- Another day, another quarantine project 🎨🌱Masks for days! 😷 Stay safe and healthy everyone! (masks by Homefront Wreaths) As per CDC recommendation, "It is critical to emphasize that maintaining 6-feet social distancing remains important to slowing the spread of the virus. CDC is additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure. The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance."My boys 💙 (Oh I can’t wait ‘til Stella joins us. Damn you, Corona! 😤) #elvisthehounddog #plotthoundsofinstagram #plotthoundoftheday #plotthoundmix #USMC #petsforpatriotsQuarantine project #7: Fringe Wreath Inspo from Urban Outfitter’s $99 fringe mirror. Yup, that’s right...$99! What?! 🤯 Cost of this wreath? $4! #DIY #quarantinecrafts #socialdistancecrafting #craftersofinstagram #bohoQuarantine project #5: Dream Catcher Macrame #DIY #craftroom #quarantinecrafts #quarantinecreations #macrame #bohoQuarantine project #4: Hippies Use Side Door ✌🏽🌈 #DIY #quarantinecrafts #quarantinecreations #boho #eclectic
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So here I am, sitting on my bed in shorts and a baggy t-shirt, all nice and comfy in my air-conditioned room with a VERY cold Milo dinosaur in my hand. I’m escaping the extreme heat (36c, feels like 39) … Continue reading
Being dark-skinned in the Philippines (or even Asia for that matter) hasn’t always been that easy. Not only do I get judged a lot, ESPECIALLY since I have a foreign boyfriend, but everyday choices are made even more challenging. Really! #thestruggleisreal … Continue reading
The best kind of friendships are the ones that… Can withstand the test of time and picks up exactly where you left off; as if no time had gone by. And despite the years that have passed, you’re still very … Continue reading
Care packages! If there’s one thing I enjoy about this deployment, it’s definitely this — decorating, shopping for and sending out care packages. Not only does it unleash the Martha Stewart in me, but USPS has also made it a … Continue reading
…and no, snow is not on this list.
Passing the bar exam. Finishing your first-ever marathon. Becoming a registered nurse. Giving birth and finally starting a family. Each and everyone of us trudging on through life, all have our different “I did it!” moments. And naturally so, since … Continue reading
Whether it’s doing a bit of freelance writing, selling handmade jewelry or renting your space out on vacation home rental sites; bottom line is, we’re all trying to make a few extra buckeroos. And why wouldn’t we be? If it … Continue reading
…simply no place like Manila. Manila, I am HOME. For those of you who don’t know, it’s been 1 month, 16 days and well, give or take a few hours since I’ve been back home, here in Manila, after my … Continue reading
Traveling to other countries is always fun. Exploring new places, experiencing different cultures, meeting new people, and of course, trying out local cuisines. While you can read about highly recommended, must-try food in travel magazines or guide books, I still prefer … Continue reading
Digital Nomads. Freelancers. Bloggers. Travel Writers. Love us, hate us, or simply join us! After all, in this day and (digital) age, we ain’t going nowhere! So, for those of you who brave enough to tread a new path and … Continue reading