Sunday, 3 August 2014

Printed Positivity

The past three years have been a mix of fun and crazy for me. I never think that I'll be able to live far away from home (okay not that far but you get the point), to be given a fresh start and have the chance to do something that I love everyday. 

This project with Poppinprints is for everyone feeling "meh" and in need of little reminders. Let's find happiness in small things, shake of negativity and try to keep the faith.


Miss P's mission is to spread positivity through typography design. Her work is very much emotionally driven and depends on what inspire her at the moment. She likes to watch films, read magazines and browse endlessly on Pinterest. Suggest a good tv show and she will happily binge watch it on weekends (with snacks, of course). Give her a graphic design book and she'll love you forever. 
Will you be my friend even if I'm such a happiness freak?
Thanks in advance. Heehee!

xx

Saturday, 2 August 2014

This & That: I JUST LOVE WEEKENDS!

I'm taking a break from Japan posts for awhile to update THIS & THAT. It's the weekend and when I'm not on Pinterest, doing domesticated duties or catching up on tv series you'll find me on full OWS mode. Online Window Shopping. This is not a good habit especially after payday. Makeitrain.gif

So here are my online crushes for the weekend. I'll always go for comfy and casual. Ahhhhh!<3




I should probably wait till Christmas before I hit add to cart  but it's nice to see them together this way. Maybe the universe will help me find a way to get them........ ;)

What's your plan for this weekend? I'm excited to go out tonight with Vic, Anj, Kokoy and of course, Jim. It's Pepperoni Pizza x Guardians of the galaxy kind of night. Yahoo!

Have a happy weekend!
xx

Monday, 28 July 2014

Harajuku | Odaiba | Yokohama

Hello friends! Can we just pretend I didn't go m.i.a for the last two months? Hopefully I can really get back to blogging now that I've written down my ideas. Allow me to continue with our Japan trip even though Jim thinks "Ang tagal na non ha!". I hope you guys won't mind. 

It was Monday and it was nice waking up early for sightseeing and touristy stuff. First stop - Meiji shrine, Harajuku. I'm sorry if you were expecting the busy streets of Harajuku with all the Kawaii happenings. Maybe in another post, yeah?


What a lovely prayer...

Next stop- Odaiba!

My kind of Monday blues...

The ever so famous life size Gundam. We arrived just in time for the show. It was indeed another day filled with Ooohs & ahhhhs! 

We had to be in Yokohama for dinner so we killed time in Roponggi hills and also to nurse my injured knee. *lola mode on* It got very windy and cold but it did not stop us from snacking on crepes. Yum!

Hi Tokyo Tower! Jim promised to bring me there next time. Sana soon! ;)


There's more to come. <3
Really.

xx

Saturday, 3 May 2014

Japan Weekend: Part 1

It's been a month since our Japan trip and I'm still not over it. It's the weekend and I promised myself that I will publish the draft entries that I wrote for my blah-g. Let's see if this works!

For our first weekend, we decided to explore Shinjuku and I remember waking up to a lovely weather. The sun is out and I can wear tights. Haha! Perfect! <3 

We passed by Shinjuku Chuo Park walking towards the skyscraper district and decided to check out Tokyo Outside Festival. We spotted adorable kids and of course, pets! 


*hands down*

We made it to the observatory deck of Tokyo Metropolitan Government building and spent almost an hour admiring the view. Admission is free, fyi.

I asked Jim to pose in the same spot where one of his pictures was taken a few years back. I should make a then-and-now photo for this. Haha! 

Oh, just 1 of 564 mirror shots. 

Next stop - Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden for sakura spectacular.  For an admission fee of 200 yen, we got to see beautiful cherry blossom trees and it's easily one of the highlights of our trip. 


Even this cutie can't get enough of sakura!

After a delicious bento meal with strawberry cake for dessert, we met up with Eugene again and he agreed to bring us to 下北沢, Shimokitazawa! I was so happy because I've read so much nice things about this neighborhood thanks to the lovely Hello Sandwich.

A mini Lomomanila reunion, eh? tanamo, eugene17 and dianaplus in the hauz yo! (we have secret lives.....)
I got a very nice (and cheap) dress from this store. Hoohoo!

This is a stolen shot. I swear.....heehee!

Before leaving Shimokita, we spotted GRANIPH! Ahhhhhh! 

We went to Shibuya for dinner and we had a silly Japanese dining experience.

To be continued. Heh! xx

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