Isa sa mga masasayang alaala ngayong buwan, family pictorial sa Intramuros. Thank you, Von at Boss Camz.
When a new month starts, I am sure that a handful of your Facebook friends will post "(month) please be good to me." Overall, I can say that July was not only good but great! It is my first time to blog about random happenings before I officially say hello to August and I am … Continue reading Hi, Bye, July
“Life is just like that sometimes. We’re hoping for a unicorn and we get a goat.” Gru to Agnes, Despicable Me 3 Yesterday, I had a movie date with my family and laughed our hearts out to Gru's adventures and the adorable minions. Yep, instead of watching Transformers or Wonder … Continue reading Life Lessons From Unicorns and Goats
"Being a mom is one of the sexiest jobs in the world." Motherhood changes a woman physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. When you start taking this road, you do things you never thought possible. You strive to become a better version of yourself . Behind the words strong, loving, and beautiful are hardships, blood, sweat, … Continue reading Parenting Tips You can get From Working Moms (Phases of a Mother’s Love Blog Series)
Hey! How's the start of 2017 so far? It's a bit sad for me because my baby boy has been sick for a couple of days now. I claim healing for him. Anyhoo, before the year ended, my manager gave me a special project and that is to handle a group of new hires. We … Continue reading Tips for New Hires (From This Once Scared Working Momma)
Exactly 10 days to go before Christmas! Aren't you excited? Done with parties? Did you start Christmas shopping? I bought some small gifts last weekend and we'll finish buying presents on Saturday. Today I'll be out with my team to have our Christmas Party/Team Building. It will be a fun-filled event and I look forward … Continue reading Picterest #2
I've read countless articles and blogs about working mom's guilt. Stories of not being there for your family at times because you need and want to work to earn. This is the first time that I'm going to talk about my own guilt as a working mom. It breaks my heart to leave my husband … Continue reading My own Version of Working Mom’s Guilt (and why I Shouldn’t be Hard on Myself)