Events · Tutus & Bellas Eventology · Weddings

Wedding Serye PH Cebu Bridal Fair

Eversince I got assigned in Cebu for projects in 2015, I've always dreamed of expanding Tutus & Bellas Eventology to this place - a dream which I never thought will ever be a reality. They say that we should always grab an opportunity when it is presented, so when I saw this certain post searching… Continue reading Wedding Serye PH Cebu Bridal Fair

Life Coaching · Musings · Parenting

“What does your mom do?”

Mother’s Day is celebrated every second Sunday of May, and before this month ends, I’d like to share with you this conversation I had with Juneaue, my 9-year old son. He had this homework in Kindergarten wherein he had to answer “What does your mom do?”. What he wrote was, “Nothing, she just sleeps all… Continue reading “What does your mom do?”

Corporate · Features · Soirées

Feature: Connected Women

In one of the conferences that I attended before, one speaker said “if we are not networking, we are not working”. Therefore, I promised myself that I will do a lot of networking now, especially that I recently started my life anew in this island city. I have been seeing posts from a Facebook group… Continue reading Feature: Connected Women

Life Coaching · Musings · Spiritual

How it feels to fully surrender

2009 was my roughest yet most eventful year. There was a shower of blessings - gigs, projects, events - but at the same time, there was also a rainstorm of sadness when the most important woman in my life was summoned back to heaven. It was one of the most devastating moments of my life,… Continue reading How it feels to fully surrender

Career · Life Coaching · Musings

Not being everyone’s cup of tea doesn’t mean you can’t have the Juice

“Man, by nature, is a political animal.” It is innate in us how we need to be part of a social group. Maslow even placed Sense of Belongingness in the third tier of the Hierarchy of Needs right above the Safety and Security. There are so many prose that tell us how we, humans, need… Continue reading Not being everyone’s cup of tea doesn’t mean you can’t have the Juice