A custom itinerary makes everything so so so much easier during your trip and lets you maximize your time and money. This fulfilling activity makes you fully in control of how you travel. You get to decide where you’ll go, when you’ll do it, how much you’ll spend, and the time spent wherever. Having a complete itinerary lessens the hassle of getting lost, floundering in an unfamiliar place, and wasting time trying to decide where to go next. Don’t get me wrong, I like spontaneous adventures as much as my RPG characters online, but I don’t like wasting my time just trying to decide among other people (or among the voices in my head) what I’m supposed to do in a middle of a trip.
This was meant to be a “How to” post. But since I can’t assure the results because I’ve never tried it before, and well, everyone I asked for advise on how to not gain weight this Christmas season laughed at my face (with spit flying in all directions because apparently not gaining weight during the holidays is the funniest joke ever) and told me it was not possible. At all. Like, don’t even hope.
So being masochistic as I am, I took it upon myself to try it so you guys won’t have to.
I had the best time when The Row came over my house. Yes. You read that right. The Row (that’s Ensembles, Freeway, and Solo) came to my house. And they didn’t just come for a visit, they came in bearing oodles of racks of clothes for me and my sisters to try on. You can now literally shop at home and I don’t mean online shopping. Technically, you still can but The Row offers a new experience of bringing the clothes to your house! You can now fit, shop, and style in the convenience of your home. No more hassle of going out, looking for parking, then walking endlessly in the maze called the mall.
It was November 2014 when I supported the crowdfunding of two ladies, Wenqing Yan (Yuumei) and Victoria Hu, with a dream to produce these beautiful cat ear headphones that use the cat ears as speakers. Axent Wear was started by two UC Berkeley alumni with an idea. An idea for some really great, unique headphones that had never been pioneered before. Or at least, not like this.
My Picks: Top Indie Komiks from Komikon
Every year, I go to Komikon. Our Komikon is different from the comic conventions of other countries because our Komikon focuses on the artists and local comic industry, whether indie or not. Komikon hosts talks and presentations about the creation, marketing, and state of the comic industry of the Philippines. With this kind of event, the industry is creating more and more Filipino comic creators every year.
This year, these are my top comic picks:
The #VPartySeries is produced by Breakout Philippines. I’ve blogged about how much I was looking forward to this event a few weeks ago. I was invited to bring two of my friends to try their special collaboration with Victoria Court. Because Spectre was showing, we chose the 007 room to book for the must try terrifying Breakout!