I've always maintained that my blog needs to be conversational. That when you read my blog entries, it feels like you're having a conversation with me and I'm just chattering away. By the way, please take this as an invitation to initiate conversation in the comments section! I'd love to hear from all my lovely … Continue reading The struggle is real!
I've always loved giving gifts. I won't usually settle for just a gift card (unless they ask for it specifically) because I like knowing that when the person rips open the wrapping paper and opens the box, the gift is something they know was made or purchased especially with them in mind. I also love … Continue reading So I baked a cake!
I have been wanting to revamp the blog and start blogging properly again. But I needed inspiration - and probably a huge kick in the behind to get me off the proverbial couch and get to it. I have been fangirling on Sara Tasker ever since I read an article on Stylist about how she … Continue reading Immersing myself in inspiration
I took this picture on a whim. It was taken at a weird angle and no matter how much I straighten the photo, it would not look "normal". I haven't really been blogging a lot lately. I've been focusing on learning how to take pictures. Actually, no, that's not entirely true. I have been taking … Continue reading The drawing board
In early 2000, I went to VideoCity (a now non-existent [I think!] video rental business in the Philippines not unlike Blockbuster video) and rented out the the only Gwyneth Paltrow movie in the store that I hadn't watched yet. I didn't know what the movie was about...just that it had Gwyneth Paltrow in it and … Continue reading Bridge of dreams
This was first published as a review on Tripadvisor. I love me a good chicken wing, so when the invite came to go to Randy's Wing Bar, I said yes. I am partial to chicken well done. I think it has something to do with growing up on home cooked fried chicken with mash as … Continue reading Best wings this side of the Atlantic!
This was a review I published on my TripAdvisor page. The current structure of the Royal Exchange in London was designed by William Tite and it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1844. It currently houses luxury shops and offices. I didn't know that you could go in and look around it because I thought … Continue reading A meal in grand surroundings