5 Reasons to be Excited for #MIBF2018

You better watch out, you better not cry. You better not pout, I'm telling you why, MIBF is comin' to town! As Christmas jingles air from various radio stations and mall speakers, bibliophiles feel like Christmas came early because the biggest bookfair in the country is back on its 39th year. Enjoy books and various... Continue Reading →

Book and Borders Cafe

I finally found a cafe for introverts! The music isn't loud, there are books and a few board games. Mga kapit bahay, may Book and Borders Cafe sa Manhattan Park View Building, Cubao! (Ladies and gentlemen, there is a Book and Border Cafe at Manhattan Park View Building at Cubao!) *I've noticed insurance or multi-level... Continue Reading →

Snapcart: A Month of “Trying”

I can earn cash rewards for grocery shopping? It almost sounds like a marketing scheme to get sign ups but SnapCart makes it possible.   What is Snapcart? Snapcart is a mobile application that asks you to take a snap (i.e. photo) of your receipts - whatever were in your cart - in exchange for cash... Continue Reading →

2018 Calendar Planners: Ready for Pre-selling

I finally finished the tedious preparation for selling planners: design, printing, photography, editing, and posting. Now, we're ready for pre-orders! “When you intentionally use your everyday life to bring about positive change in the lives of others, you begin to live a life that matters.” ― John C. Maxwell, Intentional Living: Choosing a Life That... Continue Reading →

Five Easy Ways to Give A Child A Fun Scare

When given a surprise scare like in a horror house or when a funny friend hides behind a door for a surprise, adults deal with that sudden gush of blood and adrenaline in creative ways. Adults get shocked, scream, throw punches, kick around, or get angry. Children, on the otherhand, get shocked then cry. They... Continue Reading →

The bush was on fire but it didn't burn up! Materials Japanese tissue (red, orange, yellow) tissue tube colored paper (light and dark green) adhesive In photo: Tigger wearing the burning bush craft as a head dress.

Bleed Paper and Faux Calligrahy

I am left-handed so I cheat my way around fancy, cursived font faces. This is called faux calligraphy and some on the internet refer to left-handed calligraphy with #calliwete. I only use felt pens, hilighters, or ball point pens. It is difficult for me to use fountain pens and brush tips, those whose ink take time... Continue Reading →

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