Ever since I started being a health-conscious, I realized that a trip to grocery store can be wasteful if I don’t make a solid list of not just what I want to eat, but what my body really needs. It wasn’t an easy start for me. I’ve been researching a lot, reading every ingredient and items about their health benefits. I also have to consider about how I could make use of all the purchased ingredients in every meal that I have to prepare everyday. It’s really challenging but it’s slowly getting easy for me day by day. Until today, I never stopped exploring. Most of the healthy ingredients are pricey, so I also have to look for alternatives that would fit my budget and easy-to-find ingredients since I’m a freelancer.
Summer is fast approaching. I’m sure you’d want to start eating healthy and start working out to achieve that summer body for your beach trips. Here’s a simple grocery list for a week and a free workout app that you can try at home!
In today’s world of modernization from infrastructures to the many ways of convenient-buying and all that is instant like clothing and food where everything can be delivered at your doorstep, it’s nice that there are places like Veranda that makes you want to get out of bed and experience a new home with home-cooked food in someone else’s home.
With its tagline “Moto Rides, Brew Vibes”, the Moto Brew is a resto-cafe shop by Saga Motors situated in the heart of semi-urban area in the Saga Complex of National Highway Sta. Isabel, Dipolog City. It is a favorite hangout place not just for car lovers, but to every Dipolognon from all walks of life.
I have always wanted to visit the place after seeing a lot of my friends posting photos ever since it opened and there are really good reviews about it. It was Thursday 10AM, I was with my younger brother looking for a nice place to work in that has of course great food because he had to study then and I had to work.
Is it just me or January felt like a whole damn year? Aaaaa! So many things happened and I honestly feel like we’re just actually starting 2020. It’s the start of another decade and I want to do something different for my blog. I am finally doing the widely-known blog series called Monthly Favorites. If I’d be totally honest, I am pretty skeptical about this series because I totally suck in being consistent when it comes to posting. But of course, I’ll take this as a challenge
The castle-like Simala church is proudly nestled on the Marian Hillls in Ligondon Sibonga, Cebu. It rose to fame over the years that it has been included as one of the most visited destination in the Queen City of the South. I lived in Cebu for a few years but I have never visited it that’s why it was my first time to actually been to Simala Church. All interesting information that I learned about this Monastery was a surprise to me and I am really amazed by its history & all its miracle stories.