Tuesday, June 28, 2011


LIKE THIS POST IF YOU'RE INTO BUSINESS!

Life is about learning.
This has been quite a delayed feed on this book I read (flipped through really). I find it difficult to really call it a book. It's more of a list, listed down professionally, then bound. No worries though cause it's quite a worthwhile read of a list. I believe I learned a lot from it, relatively so given the very short while I had to read it. I'm sure there's a whole lot more to learn, but this book is like a powerful spring nudging me to a certain momentum. I liked it a lot I made a list from it. :)

Here are 10 things (I only list 10 because out of the 101, it's these 16 that struck me? or should I say had an impact I ended up contemplating):

10 things I learned from 101 things I Learned in Business School book:

1. Material Value + Profit = Selling Price; Material Value + Emotional Value = Purchasing Price
It's an en pointe and very obvious lesson, right, but sometimes as buyers or even entrepreneurs, we take this for granted... but we shouldn't. It makes complete sense! I think if I master this, I will finally be able to control my financial activities!


2. When having a meeting: set goals, agendas, rules
This particular lesson excited me because in a perfect world, my obsessive side would definitely take over. However, since I do not live in perfection, the best I can do is always remember that these three are some of the important things I should never overlook when having a casual or business meeting.


3. Marketing: 1 ad = 1 message
Labelling, it's something I think I do as a habit. If not, people wouldn't associate me to make-up, or sunflowers! This basic human behavior which I explore on a normal basis is something that should be applied in business concerns, such as marketing. You don't want to be confusing; you want to be remembered. The best way to be remembered is to make a mark. To make a mark, there should be a focal point in you (or your business).


4. Stocks are emotional.
I love this lesson a lot because I am a very emotional person! Nice to know business will never be cold-hearted, entirely.


5. Fast-moving businesses are chronically short of cash.
I can relate to this, especially as a person! But more than finding it funny that there's a good claim to defend my anorexic wallet, I love the lesson learned from this "note". I love how it emphasizes risks. How business relies strongly on our gut, intuition and ability to face the (high) risks behind a good gain, some few small sometimes huge losses.


6. Repetition = effect
Similar to labelling, this lesson highlights how focusing on one thing (then repeating this effort) makes more effective campaigns.


7. P's of business: Product, Price, Promotion, Place (Packaging, People)
On an emotional / psychological level, I was affected by this lesson because it reminded me of journalism's 4W's and H. On a lighter note, it's a pretty effective list. For those who want to do really good in business, to maximize Profit, one should Perfect these P's.


8. Features vs Benefits...
It's always about gain. You yourself are in business to gain right? So are consumers, your customers. It's all about what do they have to gain from your product or service. I love how business is about caring about what other people need or want. It's so thoughtful :) but really, it's a simplistic yet very rational practice, to always be concerned about what other people need or want, to gain a little something for ourselves. I remember this episode from TV-sitcom Friends where Joey and Phoebe argued about people's permanent need to gain, that they do good to receive something in return, really. I think it's an okay idea. It makes complete sense. . . the rule of rewards


9. Going green can make more green.
It's a snowball effect. Once you do something that is helpful to the environment, I hope you know that it's not just helpful because of it's surface-effects. It rolls down to more secondary green objectives. If you switch to using recycled papers, it isn't just about saving paper, it's about saving trees, saving the air, saving the land, and more and more. Good is exponential, especially when it's the sincere kind.


10. Good, Fast, Cheap: pick two
Powerful lesson! Comment with your selection!

101 Things I Learned in Business School (Php 599) is available at Fully Booked. Follow them on Twitter.

-K-

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Book to Basics #41 101 Things I Learned in Business School by Michael W. Preis and Matthew Frederick

LIKE THIS POST IF YOU'RE INTO BUSINESS! Life is about learning. This has been quite a delayed feed on this book I read (flipped th...

Monday, June 27, 2011


Like this post if you have loved and lost someone.

I'm really happy that Blue Valentine's downed by my system. Here's the trailer. It's one of my favorite scenes from the movie. It's such a raw moment of happiness. If you can capture what it looks like to go over the edge and lose yourself to the possibility of falling for someone, it is through this tapdance/solo-concert.


The movie was heavy, I have to say, so it's not the type you should see for entertainment; but it is arresting. I would recommend Blue Valentine to anyone, the hopeful and the hopeless.

These moments made me miss you A... haha I know the third still isn't something you would want to relate with our relationship, but it made me miss you!


If I ask you what you're thinking while we wait for our turn, you would probably answer the same.
" Let's do this."
:|

-K-

Like this post if your love is strong.

Blue Valentine

Like this post if you have loved and lost someone. I'm really happy that  Blue Valentine 's downed by my system. Here's the t...

Sunday, June 26, 2011



I think it's safe to assume that we've all seen this Nivea Crème can. I have to admit I grew up curious about this minimalist and unpretentious skincare product but regretfully, have yet tried it! Do you share the shame?

As a kid, I dare not touch it because I fear my mom would scold me! Also, because generally speaking, outdoor-always dirty-always messy kids such as I do not like putting anything on the skin: I would even refuse putting on sunblock when at the beach! That's how much I rejected skincare.

Years after, I became this "beauty blogger" (please don't refer to me as guru, you don't even have to call me beauty blogger, I'd rather be called friend); with just the right amount of I love cosmetics and I can't live without my skincare type. Life took its course I suppose. I grew up realizing I should care for myself; and who am I to not share what I know... with the world, you my beautiful followers (who from now on should also be referred to as friends).

Funny because I only found out recently that THE VERY SAME Nivea Crème I have grown curious about is actually celebrating 100 years of success! 100 years, I tell you! That's a lot of trust under its belt so of course who was I to say no to the opportunity to try out, if I may say, a beauty legacy!

Here's a shot of my very first, yes very first, can of Nivea Crème.
My first thought was... YUM BRIE CHEESE!!! :D
Then... I lifted off the foil lid and was like Oh! Not Brie! CREAM CHEESE!!! :)
It is so solid! No wonder it's tagged as the most solid moisturizer in the world!
I haven't been using it for a long while; I have actually just used it overnight, but here are some observations I would like to share:

It will bring out the heavy-handed in you. It's so solid, it was a bit difficult to spread. But once you get the hang of it, once the product is warmed up on your skin/body, it gets better. Only better.

It is great for really dry skin! I wouldn't recommend it on the face as it is quite a heavy product, though of course if you need extreme and immediate hydration for your face, feel free. Word of caution though, try to avoid pulling the skin on your face. Try to apply the product with gentle rolling strokes.

Again, it is great for oily skin because as much as my legs found it thick and warm (worry not if you'd be sleeping in a cold air-conditioned room), my calloused feet and dry hands were most delighted with it! I just washed a lot of my make-up brushes prior to trying out the product so you should know, my hands were all prune-wrinkly by the time I stepped out of the loo; but within a minute or so from lathering a dab of the famous Nivea Creme on both palms, my hands were all young and HHWW worthy! (Holding Hands While Walking: HHWW)

I'll keep on trying the product and share with you the results, but for now those are my observations. I'm definite I'll be using this product as a hand and foot salve from now on!

On another note, I have been using Nivea Visage UV Blocker and here's the look of a happy beauty friend (haha! weird pala if you replace blogger or guru with friend! :p)

In celebration of their centenary (oh! ka-birthday ng De La Salle University!)...
Pls click the photo to see my message.
Happiness shared is happiness doubled... don't forget that!

-K-

Like this post if you've tried Nivea Creme (or love any other Nivea products!)

Nivea Creme: a nostalgic beauty-venture, a beauty legacy

I think it's safe to assume that we've all seen this Nivea Crème  can. I have to admit I grew up curious about this minimalist and...

Saturday, June 25, 2011



If you're trying to whiten, smoothen and perfect your complexion, you might want to check out Bare Naturals EMU Micropeel Soap. It has all the goodness of expensive-expert-care sans the expensive part. Fall in love.

Read about this amazingly (cute) bar. Click this link.

-K-

Thank you so much!

On Cozycot #2 Bare Naturals EMU Micropeel Soap

If you're trying to whiten, smoothen and perfect your complexion, you might want to check out Bare Naturals EMU Micropeel Soap. It has...

Friday, June 24, 2011

Till The World Ends is such a great album! I love Britney!

I LOVE DREAMS... AND SEASHELLS :D

Lovin' it

Till The World Ends  is such a great album! I love Britney! I LOVE DREAMS... AND SEASHELLS :D

Thursday, June 23, 2011



Lately, it's been raining hard and on a very shallow note, that just means there's lots of water to shower with! I have been overdosing my crowning glory with Moisturizing Conditioner! (which sorta gained instant popularity over my facebook page because of this photo:)

Normally I feel like I'm talking to myself online, which is both therapeutic and a little loose in the head if you ask me haha but boy did you all like my high contrast-ed skin haha The hair color really is red though. You might wonder why in this photo it's super red while in some it looks brunette. It's the lighting. When there's intense lighting, my true hair color shows. Well... true thank you Revlon Color Luminista hair color that is haha!
Anyway,

because of such blessing called rainshowers, let me take a refreshing look during those hot summer days when there's no water... and my life depended on Milea Organics No Rinse Clean Rinse!

Clean Rinse

Comments on Clean Rinse:
Pros
- Sanitizes the body without using skin drying alcohol ingredients! Remember, if its alcohol-free, it's easier to maintain your skin's natural moisture. If your skin's moisture is preserved, you stay looking younger... longer!
- Big bottle. Big enough to make it last a number of uses... but not bulky enough to not make it to my kit
- Easy grip packaging (bottle's shape is uniquely triangular!)
- Light as water
- Great to use when using public CR! :) Great for commuters!
Cons
- Very faint lemongrass scent. I love the smell of lemongrass so it's quite odd to really have to dig in to this product's goodness to smell the lemongrass that oh, the ingredients page says there is!
- A bit sticky
- A bit difficult to find... but if you're a bonafide online shopper, get yours at www.milea.ph

Happy rinsing!

-K-

Check this out! Surrender the Heart (Surrender to Destiny) I love the title!

Looking back at Clean Rinse

Lately, it's been raining hard and on a very shallow note, that just means there's lots of water to shower with! I have been overd...
Complicated is best left tucked between literature. Life, although is a majestic compilation of unlimited mysteries should be seen with a simplistic eye in order to be felt and experienced with a youthful spirit. Now, I can't really do much about how you think but I can share with you my thoughts on how you can help yourself look like you've got your body dipped into the fountain of youth. They say forty is the new twenty. Well, let's just say it starts in your twenties too... skin care that is.
Read more about my Stay Young Regimen at www.Cozycot.com. 


Anti-aging recommendations:
1. Olay Regenerist Daily Regenerating Serum, Fragrance Free, 1.7-Fluid Ounces -- because of Olay Regenerist, I'm not afraid to grow old! I've tried the Regenerist Face Wash and it is divine!!
2. Aveeno Avtive Naturals, Positively Ageless Complete Starter Regimen -- Our shower is filled with these Aveeno Active Naturals!!! hahaha
3. MISSHA M PERFECT COVER BB CREAM SPF42 No. 21 20ML

Cozycot Article #1

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011



I hate to admit this but there's something about being winked at (by someone I like, or can like) that makes me weak. It's so suggestive and slightly cute! Of course, again, emphasis on the source: someone I like or can like. It's a complete different story if it's from some lame street maniac, I get freaked out... but if it's from someone hihihihi I like or can like, winks make me freaky charrrr 

Anyway, I tried to wink. I can't do it! I can't even do a Candy wink!!! LOL

Talk about cheating!!! Check me out, peeking if I'm doing it right, FAIL! :D

hihihi please don't laugh or be annoyed with my failed attempts!

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hehehe

My best shot. :[ Please teach me how to wink!!! haha
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Now for a song I can't resist! Notice her hair? (PS. She. She started the body stockings trend. Damn.)

:)

Teach me how to wink! I will never be fully half-Japanese without knowing how to!!!

-K-

How to Wink... tell me!

I hate to admit this but there's something about being winked at (by someone I like, or can like) that makes me weak. It's so sugg...

Monday, June 20, 2011

Tonight I saw another spider in my room. I felt my heart stop. In my head, I'm screaming "An infestation! Infestation!" but I cowardly just backed out... well not gracefully, I would have to admit, but the cowardice remains the same. Same as last night, only quieter.

The photo below is not the spider I spoke of. That's last night's spider.
Yes, I am speaking of two different spiders. One dead, one alive. Hopefully, none more. But I doubt that.

I am seriously afraid. I haven't been on my bed for half an hour now. My bed's a complete mess, and I would be leaving it as so. I decided I'd sleep on the floor tonight, not my floor of course, my mom's. I am considering never sleeping in my room again when sadness hit me badly. My room's all I have, now as if the diablo's unto me, it took my room away.

Oh by the way, I just saw The Rite. Life has its way of pissing on you, truthfully. The spider showed itself to me after I saw the film. It's like it's hitting me where it knows I'd be hurt the most. The demon knows my weaknesses.

I logged in to my Yahoo account after some few days of not logging in to it. Gone were the days when all my accounts are opened on a daily basis. Not that I am beginning to neglect my ancient yahoo account; never. I'm just not opening it, no particular reason, and/or purpose.

I logged in to my yahoo mail and received offline messages. These messages should've been delivered to my phone as I did log in to Yahoo! mobile, but weren't. I don't know why. Maybe the gods didn't want us to talk. Maybe life just kept a lot o' shit for this one big blow.

If things were going my way this post would not published, typed out even. I would be holding a pen and jotting down on a paper, must be long and ruled; or I would be typing out a word-vomit email. Any other way more private. Any other way with particularities like an addressee, especially.

But things aren't my way. Things aren't really my way in many aspects. Not that I'm complaining, but when you know what you want, you also know what you don't want. Just like in the movie, you can only defeat your enemy when you know your god. Recognition is important in achievement. When you know what you know, you know what you don't. Same goes with what you have, and lost.


To avoid overwhelming anyone who bothered reading up to this point, I'll just make a list. 

1. I'm envious of friends who have private or anonymous blogs. They get to write whatever they want without even worrying about being criticized about the things they say. They are safe from judgments, I'm not. No regrets, I have intentionally revealed myself (parts, details, and all) on this blog because I want to make a statement. I want to make it desirable to be open (for both good and evil), brave (with fear) and strong (with shortcomings). Although I know my life is temporary, my feelings fleeting, and my thoughts ever-changing, I want to make all these things about me accessible. It's actually a very selfish wish. I want everything about who I was (and am) accessible to me. If there are other people who wish to take advantage, it's part of the risks I calculated (briefly).

2. I wish I have someone to talk to. I miss my friends, or wish I have some. I know a lot of people, but I don't really have a lot of people with whom I can intensely share friendship with. I say intensely because I am that way. Not a lot of people would care my added weight, so it gets difficult; but I am always hopeful. I want to carry someone too. I am caring. I believe in the Golden Rule.

3. I feel sorry. I am sorry.

4. I don't want to listen to voices. Not that I'm losing my mind, but I just don't want to listen to voices telling me this and that. I know a lot of these voices are from the best of intentions, or am hopeful that they are, but I just don't want to listen to voices. I want silence, or music. Musical silence, is that possible? If it is, I want it. . . I wish I have my room to listen to such sounds.

5. I'm afraid, constantly. I just know how to keep my head high when the situation calls for a little chin up. But I sleep with a pillow over my head, every day; even in the afternoons.

-K-

Hug?

I am experiencing an anxiety attack, alone.

Spiders :(

Tonight I saw another spider in my room. I felt my heart stop. In my head, I'm screaming "An infestation! Infestation!" but ...

We all evaporate.

Listen to everything she (Jane Siberry) had to say for she said everything in such grand way but with simplicity that would hit you with so much impact but with the gentleness of a breeze kissing your cheeks.

I find it interesting how as we grow older we sometimes lose the essences of things. For example, a pen becomes an artifact, or a book becomes a person. A song, sometimes becomes a failure; a movie a gain. Although it is quite astonishing how we "redefine" the world, as if it wasn't a struggle to define it in our incapable toddler bodies; I find it problematic as sometimes we get lost in these series of redefinitions. I'm sure you can relate, imagine one beautiful sonnet, which you redefined to describe a certain love, then another certain love happens, and you use that same beautiful sonnet to describe that second wave; then you love again, and you love again, and since your definition of love doesn't really change, the description remains the same until you find yourself faced with one description for a list of names. Explains why you don't forget, entirely. Each and every name is carried over as you move on.

Hence our need for a clean slate, every now and then.

I really like Jane Siberry's free-speech before she started strumming. But don't get me wrong, when she started strumming, it was like I was laying on a hammock, cleaning slates. Life is a hammock, really. It's uncomfortable yet we can sleep in it. It is in constant motion, yet on it we can think still. It's relaxing, most often than not a paradise of its own, yet it's a net trapping our frail but heavy bodies. It is forced to struggle to carry our restlessness. It is forced to carry our weight. It looks awful with our heaviness; but without our painful requirements, the hammock is but an empty string between pillars of wasted strength.

Moral of the song: Let go of things as you know it; and start learning and keeping and taking things as they are.

-K-

Set free.

This post is inspired by my finishing Lit Riffs. Lit Riffs (Php 399) is available in Fully Booked.

Let Go Let Go

We all evaporate. Listen to everything she (Jane Siberry) had to say for she said everything in such grand way but with simplicity that wo...

Sunday, June 19, 2011


Oh the pain of being dumped. We all either fear it or cause it.

As part of my wish to celebrate June with heartbreak, instead of triumph like the idea of a June wedding would suggest, I read Dumped. An anthology of short stories edited by Dolores Max. I guess I should find relief in not being able to enjoy it or relate to this particular set so much. I have been dumped... and have be the one who did the dumping, but my psyche developed zero connection with this set. The only heartache I felt was disappointment.

Or maybe it's me. The book seeks to be "the book for the heart I broke". Maybe, I'm not its audience.

I do like one very quirky scene from one of its stories. It says this:
"So what if she thinks the movie was pretentious and contrived, and you thought it was marvelous? Remember you're looking for a person who wouldn't say yes all the time."
 Interesting, right? Hm... do you think you're capable of sensing if the road leads to heartbreak hotel?


Dumped is available at Fully Booked. Follow them on Twitter.

-K-

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Book to Basics #40 Dumped edited by Dolores Max

Oh the pain of being dumped. We all either fear it or cause it. As part of my wish to celebrate June with heartbreak, instead of triumph ...


Before
Old photo taken inside my room.. with make-up.
After
I love make-up but I'm really really satisfied with how Nivea Visage Sparkling White UV Blocker saved me from grace. :) Now even without make-up I can go out looking rosy-cheeked. :)


Me with make-up.
Thank you Nivea! Now for the body!

This is an old photo that I thought of using because it shows the uneven tan on my arm! haha
Don't you find it funny to have T-Shirt tan lines? haha
So I decided trying out Nivea Whitening Inner Cell Repair Cream. I love it because it's always a great idea to heal your skin from the damages it received from last summer's heat wave! It has berry extracts and licorice extracts which make it a sweet choice for body care and whitening.

Nivea Inner Cell Repair Cream on my skin, to show how thick/smooth the formula is.
Nivea Inner Cell Repair Cream comments:
Pros:
- I am a fan of Nivea's signature scent so I would regard that as a Pro.
- I love how smooth my legs feel when I wake up from an evening of "Inner Cell Reparing".
- It is for the face and body! Great for traveling.
Cons:
- It feels thick/heavy on the skin (or probably because when I apply lotions, I apply too generously). I would recommend it only for night use.
- That small tub... it only lasted me a week! But like I said, I apply sometimes too generously!

Anywho... the Nivea Visage Sparkling White UV Blocker  naman to me is all praise! I love it so much, I stopped using my Etude House Moistfull Collagen Essence because of it! Instead of using my essence day and night, I use it in the evening only, right before I apply my Human Heart Nature Royal Jelly and Aloe vera Night Face Mositurizer... ah yes, I do pile on a lot of skin care products at night!


Nivea Sparkling White UV Blocker comments:
Pros:
- I love the fluidity of the product. I always fear whitening products because I'm afraid that I would unevenly whiten. But with UV Blocker, it's so easy to spread unto the skin that I fear uneven skin tone no more! In fact...
- It evens out the skin efficiently! I had serious breakout last April and although what stopped the breakout was a different product (Etude House AC Clinic), the pimple marks I gained from that war against breakout was such a pain! Thank god I was soon introduced to Sparkling White line! I've been using it since and I have zero pimple marks now! :) Goodbye concealers!
- I love the scent!
- I also love that it's from the Nivea Visage line which Princess Kate aka Duchess of Cambridge swears by! Read this link.
- I love that it comes from a wide range! I use Nivea Visage Foaming Face Wash and Whitening Scrub alternately. I'm sure it also contributes to the product's miracle results!
- I love the packaging! The pump is great too as it dispenses only my needed amount for application! That's what I call zero-waste cosmetic!
Cons:
- Like I said, none!

How about you, what's your royal secret?

-K-

My Royal Secret

Before Old photo taken inside my room.. with make-up. After I love make-up but I'm really really satisfied with how Nivea Visage ...


Has it been raining where you are? What I do during my stay-at-home nights is play with colors. Most of the time I practice with make-up to spice up looks and learn new techniques. Sometimes, I give my tips all the attention.

Few weeks ago HBC sent me a bagful of colored treats for a nail review. I featured one of their Glam Rock nails for a Beauty award which you can check out here: link. Now I share with you the treats you can also head out and grab for yourself! :)

These are quite a number as these are from their three nail collections... so with your patience, I'll post swatches on a separate blog. :)

Soleil Nail Polish Collection
I first featured Soleil here: link. I love their Soleil nail polish collection because the shades are my top three favorite colors... like if it were an exam, Soleil aced it!
Canary Glow

Tangerine Burst!

Moss Green
Soleil Nail Polish Collection comments:
Pros: 
- The packaging is exciting. I love the burst of yellow at the cap, and the smooth glass finish of the body is interesting. The polishes look expensive, but they're not!
- The colors are my favorite colors! 
- The applicator is just the right size: not to dense, not to thin.
- Affordable products! I forgot how much, because these were gifts; but I checked HBC near me and as expected, everything's within the budget!
Cons:
- The nail polish doesn't stay too long; which is okay for me because I like changing polish every now and then, but not okay for people who expects a manicure to stay until her next mani-schedule.
- The colors are not wearable especially for professionals. It is quite difficult to wear corporate and have yellow nails
- The cap of my Canary Glow bottle was detached so soon! IDK what happened!

Allue My First... Water-Based Nail Polish
I love how small the bottles are! Fits my purse perfectly!
This set is for every Girl Next Door type. :)
Love the shimmer.

Cosmo Pink

Simply Natural

Aqua Chic

Golden Rule
Allue My First... Water-Based Nail Polish Collection comments:
Pros: 
- The colors are perfect for tweens and teens alike!
- The collection has wearable shades like Simply Natural and Golden Rule for formal events; and Cosmo Pink and Aqua Chic for casual Picnics!
- The packaging is kikay kit friendly!
Cons:
- The water-based formulation made it a bit challenging to work with. The formula's not too cooperative upon application. hard to dispense evenly.


Allue My First... Peel-Off Nail Polish Collection
The shades are all pink!
This set is perfect for your Barbie days.

Laura Lavender
Dear Princesses... it's for you!
The Peel-Off Collection channels every tween's Fairy Tale dreams.
Peel-Off Nail Polishes are great for the young ones because the colors are easy to remove--hence peel-off. You don't even need to use toxic acetone or any nail polish remover to remove the polish from your nail bed... 

I love the glitter in this set...

Fiona Fuchsia

Moira Magenta
Soleil Nail Polish Collection comments:
Pros: 
- I LOVE THE NAMES! haha I imagine each bottle to be perfect for a certain personality/friend. Great for slumber parties!
- The collection is complementary of each other! I did a Barbie French tip with this collection where I used the lightest pink as the base, hottest pink as the tip!
- Peels off easily... which is fun! :)
Cons:
- Funny to say this, but a con would be that it peels off easily! :p Just that!

Swatches will be posted soon. For now, it's 9:20 in the morning. I'm very hungry and I'm off to have breakfast! Have a happy comfortable and relaxing Sunday!

-K-

A gift of Rainbow Connection... or collection :)

Has it been raining where you are? What I do during my stay-at-home nights is play with colors. Most of the time I practice with make-up t...

Friday, June 17, 2011



If your face is in this blog post, I'll be seeing you on Saturday, June 25 at Urban Athletics Greenbelt 3, 7PM. :) If not, you're still invited to meet up because I'm always open to meeting new people.

Congratulations to the three winners of I am My Person: Manhattan Portage giveaway! More details on your winning on Saturday so you better show! :p

PreparED" Alcazar: "The weather is unpredictable, thus being prepared is the way to go. I commute to work daily, and always bring my umbrella. Many prefer not to carry this. If they did, they favor the compact kind to conceal it. The Manhattan Portage bag is much like me: well equipped. May it be on a sunny, or a stormy day, it has great protection (Water resistant and durable).
Ferdinand "Dynamic" Tambungui: I am “dynamic” because of my work and lifestyle. I am an Art Director of an Ad Agency. My work requires me to be constanlty thinking of new ideas, conceptualizing and be on the go. Meeting up with clients. Going on a photo shoot. It really is a very fast phase and demanding work. And with the Manhattan Portage bag which is known for their versatility, durability, and adaptability. I’ll just put my shades on and then grab my laptop. I am ready to face the demands of my work with the Manhattan Portage bag.
Princess "Bold" Tobias: "Why do I deserve to win this? Simply because I am fun, fearless, and BOLD. I have my low days but I knew how to find the way UP. I dare to live beyond boundaries. And yes, that’s me-enjoying the sun in VIGAN."
-K-

Thank you Urban Athletics and PRC Inc. :)

Three is a Party

If your face is in this blog post, I'll be seeing you on Saturday, June 25 at Urban Athletics Greenbelt 3, 7PM. :) If not, you're...

 

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