As many of you know, I was born and raised in the Philippines. It is a very hot and humid country. We only have 2 seasons there, summer and rainy season a.k.a typhoons and flooding season. Growing up I didn't really care about skin care. I barely used anything on my face. I wasn't even using sunscreen.
Hiking is just one of our favorite activity as a family. I think many of you can relate to this. It's a very good exercise and it's just great to unplug for a couple of hours to just be in the moment and have fun with the people you love the most.
I have always loved the idea of going to Paris since high school. I don't even remember the countless times I saw the Eiffel Tower on T.V, movies, photos uploaded by millions of people who had been there, not to mention the "lovers".
I heard of JoKoy before but I haven't really watched him perform. My cousin from Upstate NY texted me and she told me about him. So I looked him up and watched one episode on Nextflix. Needless to say, my cousin got me to say yes to seeing him in his Boston show. So she went ahead and bought the tickets and drove 6 hrs from her place to mine.
Wanted travel buddy/buddies!!! I used to travel for work and I loved it. I love meeting people, trying local food, learning about history and culture. I mean who doesn't? But that job of mine only lasted a year because I met someone and that someone is my husband. Anyways, that's a different story.
We've made it a tradition to have our "putting up the Christmas tree" photos done in our most comfy matching pj's. Last year, we wore plaid pj's from Gap/Gap kids. In 2012, when Mike and I were just dating, he wanted to get me onesies so bad for Christmas but I wasn't comfortable about the idea because I feel awkward about it.
Us Asians are probably known for having shiny and beautiful healthy hair. However, that's not necessarily true for all of us. Let me give you a back story. When I lived in the Philippines, my hair always gets dry in the summer.