October 21, 2014

I started a special project last August 2013 called Share Movement. God has been awesome supporting every workshop that I organized and connected me with passionate and generous people who are willing to share their talent for a great cause.

After a year of rollercoaster, God really never fails to make me feel that He’s with me every step of the way. I can’t thank Him enough for giving me this great movement. (If you want to know more about it, check this out)

Today, I’m blogging about my dream for Share Movement. My dream that we’ll have our own studio were I could organize more workshops and let people rent it out for other workshops (of course, for a cause too!) I decided to post about this because someday I want to look back at this post and reminisce on how I dreamed about something impossible if you look at my own capabilities but with God anything is possible!

Anyway, for future reference, here’s my mood board~

It has been my dream to have my own coffee shop but by the nature of my work and calling to God, I know I can’t handle it, but God told me that hey! I can still have that dream! 

Thats why I wanted Share Movement’s studio to look like a coffee shop! Haha!

Dream on! Make things happen! :D

(Photos from Pinterest)


October 7, 2014

Third District

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One of my guilty pleasures: finding new restaurants and coffee shops! It’s why I was so pleased to discover another coffee shop - Third District. 

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October 3, 2014

Have you seen this awesome video of our Share the Love workshop? Watch and enjoy! 

Big thanks to our media partner, Kaila of Kawaii Philippines 


September 22, 2014

“God is telling us that true value must be placed not in what we have but in who we are.“

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September 21, 2014

Sophie’s Mom

Whenever I’m with my cousins, expect everything to be girly and dainty!
We love sleeping over, dressing up, taking photos, pigging out, and doing every other girlish bonding activity you can think of! We wanted to go somewhere cute, have fun, and eat - so we went to Sophie’s Mom!

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Every single corner of this restaurant is photogenic!

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As you can see, everyone had fun taking photos everywhere!

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That’s our litte superstar, Charlotte 

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August 28, 2014
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August 25, 2014

Serenitea - Mckinley Tuscany

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If I love coffee, then my cousins love milk tea (Serenitea, to be exact)! One night we decided to visit Serenitea’s branch in Mckinley, and we could not believe what we saw. It’s a small store but we loved every part of it! They have mirrors all over the place and some cozy tables and chairs where people hung out. :)

Visit them and check them out if you can!

Serenitea Mckinley Tuscany
Unit RDM Bldg 3 Tuscany, Mckinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
551-8790
11am - 10pm (Mon-Sun)

http://iloveserenitea.com/index.htm


Share Movement's first 1k on Facebook! Yay! Thank you for supporting us guys!

Every like goes a loooong way in helping us earn more funds for Joseph Feeding Mission, so invite your friends and let’s go for that 2k!! 


Visit and like: https://www.facebook.com/sharemove 
Share Movement’s Instagram | Website | Twitter

Share Movement's first 1k on Facebook! Yay! Thank you for supporting us guys!

Every like goes a loooong way in helping us earn more funds for Joseph Feeding Mission, so invite your friends and let’s go for that 2k!! 

Visit and like: https://www.facebook.com/sharemove 

Share Movement’s Instagram | Website | Twitter


July 26, 2014
inkscribbler:

Ink Scribbler x Share Movement
(reposted with permission from Share Movement Blog)
After our successful EAxPN Photography and Blogging workshop, we got a lot of feedback that people wanted a typography/calligraphy workshop.
I was so glad that I discovered Ink Scribbler and their “Scribble Workshop”. Alexis Ventura aka Ink Scribbler gladly agreed to help and offer her passion for a great cause!
We, together with Scribe Writing Essentials, collaborated last May 31 for a Scribble Workshop which, as always, ultimately benefited Joseph Feeding Mission!
Slots were quickly filled by lovely people who wanted to learn more about calligraphy.
It was held at the beautiful Poetry and Prose Patisserie in Shangri-la.


I thought the venue was perfect for a calligraphy workshop; the place was so dainty and classy!

Ms. Marian Yu-Ong, President and General Manager of Scribe Writing Essentials, was hands-on in preparing and accommodating everyone’s needs.

After Ms. Marian’s intro, they gave me time to share about our movement. I was so glad to know that a lot of the attendees also had a heart to help! Some approached me and told me that it was really an eye opener for them to help more people in need! (If you want to know about Share Movement’s cause click here)

Art extraordinaire Alexis Ventura started her talking about calligraphy.


As you can see, the attendees were delighted to learn the basics of calligraphy.




Alexis’ work of art <3

In between Alexis’ lecture, the attendees were given a chance to apply and practiced what they learned.




They practiced the strokes little by little and mastered it as they went by.

I love this poster-like scribble that Alexis made <3

Part of the Scribe’s calligraphy kit. You can check out some of Scribe’s store branches near you and maybe try it out for yourself at home! 


It was really nice to see how Alexis went to each table to give closer demonstrations on how to do things correctly.


Alexis keeping track of her students’ progress.



Calligraphy with Poetry and Prose‘s pastries are perfect together <3


Attendees trying out different ink colors! Spell F-U-N! 


Meet Ms. Marian Yu-Ong (President and General Manager of Scribe), Alexis Ventura (Ink Scribbler), and me!

Who wouldn’t enjoy practicing calligraphy in delicate ambiance and with such delicious pastries?



The workshop was so enticing that I was encouraged to try it on my own! Haha! (Excuse my lame attempt! Beginner here!)

But check out some of the attendees’ works! Aren’t they awesome? Easy learners + great instructor! Thumbs up everyone!





Group photos with our passionate attendees <3




Some of the Scribble Workshop attendees with Alexis Ventura.



Congratulations and a BIG THANK YOU to Alexis Ventura of Ink Scribbler, Marian Yu-Ong of Scribe Writing Essentials and the #scribbleworkshop attendees for greatly contributing to Joseph Feeding Mission’s kitchen project.

You are all a great blessing! May God bless your life abundantly as you have blessed people in need.
If you weren’t part of this workshop and you want to extend help for people in need, it’s never too late to be a part of this big project! Visit: http://josephfeeding.org/ for more info about JFM’S Kitchen Campaign.
And for those who want to take a part in Share Movement’s workshops, follow our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more opportunities to learn and extend help! 

inkscribbler:

Ink Scribbler x Share Movement

(reposted with permission from Share Movement Blog)

After our successful EAxPN Photography and Blogging workshop, we got a lot of feedback that people wanted a typography/calligraphy workshop.

I was so glad that I discovered Ink Scribbler and their “Scribble Workshop”. Alexis Ventura aka Ink Scribbler gladly agreed to help and offer her passion for a great cause!

We, together with Scribe Writing Essentials, collaborated last May 31 for a Scribble Workshop which, as always, ultimately benefited Joseph Feeding Mission!

Slots were quickly filled by lovely people who wanted to learn more about calligraphy.

It was held at the beautiful Poetry and Prose Patisserie in Shangri-la.

I thought the venue was perfect for a calligraphy workshop; the place was so dainty and classy!

Ms. Marian Yu-Ong, President and General Manager of Scribe Writing Essentials, was hands-on in preparing and accommodating everyone’s needs.

After Ms. Marian’s intro, they gave me time to share about our movement. I was so glad to know that a lot of the attendees also had a heart to help! Some approached me and told me that it was really an eye opener for them to help more people in need! (If you want to know about Share Movement’s cause click here)

Art extraordinaire Alexis Ventura started her talking about calligraphy.

As you can see, the attendees were delighted to learn the basics of calligraphy.

Alexis’ work of art <3

In between Alexis’ lecture, the attendees were given a chance to apply and practiced what they learned.

They practiced the strokes little by little and mastered it as they went by.

I love this poster-like scribble that Alexis made <3

Part of the Scribe’s calligraphy kit. You can check out some of Scribe’s store branches near you and maybe try it out for yourself at home! 

It was really nice to see how Alexis went to each table to give closer demonstrations on how to do things correctly.

Alexis keeping track of her students’ progress.

Calligraphy with Poetry and Prose‘s pastries are perfect together <3

Attendees trying out different ink colors! Spell F-U-N! 

Meet Ms. Marian Yu-Ong (President and General Manager of Scribe), Alexis Ventura (Ink Scribbler), and me!

Who wouldn’t enjoy practicing calligraphy in delicate ambiance and with such delicious pastries?

The workshop was so enticing that I was encouraged to try it on my own! Haha! (Excuse my lame attempt! Beginner here!)

But check out some of the attendees’ works! Aren’t they awesome? Easy learners + great instructor! Thumbs up everyone!

Group photos with our passionate attendees <3

Some of the Scribble Workshop attendees with Alexis Ventura.

Congratulations and a BIG THANK YOU to Alexis Ventura of Ink Scribbler, Marian Yu-Ong of Scribe Writing Essentials and the #scribbleworkshop attendees for greatly contributing to Joseph Feeding Mission’s kitchen project.

You are all a great blessing! May God bless your life abundantly as you have blessed people in need.

If you weren’t part of this workshop and you want to extend help for people in need, it’s never too late to be a part of this big project! Visit: http://josephfeeding.org/ for more info about JFM’S Kitchen Campaign.

And for those who want to take a part in Share Movement’s workshops, follow our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more opportunities to learn and extend help! 

(Source: inkscribbler)


July 15, 2014

Kamayan Saisaki Dads

May is one of our favorite months because it’s my birth month, and same goes to my best friend!

We decided to pig out at Dads West Avenue branch for a double celebration! 

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I love that Dads has a birthday promo where you can avail of this free birthday buffet - valid 3 days before and after your birthday! Is it cool or IS IT COOL? :D

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So here we are, set to eat as much as we can!

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First stop for me? Katsu of course! Not the best Katsu in the world, but I was nevertheless satisfied HAHA!

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July 10, 2014

Yayyyy!!!! It’s such a great privilege to share this movement! Please don’t miss it and watch my interview for Loqal PH! I really want you guys to watch it - not really because I’m in it, but because I believe that you guys will be blessed on how indescribably amazing our God is! 

Take part in God’s great calling, and receive the blessings He has prepared for you! 

Thanks LOQAL.PH for featuring my Share Movement journey!

What a blessing! Glory to God and God alone!

Feature link HERE


July 6, 2014

Scarsdale

I’m a photographer, but I also have a deep appreciation for interior design. Every time I go to a certain place I always look for interior details because there’s something about it that always inspires me.

That’s why I couldn’t wait to check out this cafe in SNR called Scarsdale.

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I totally loved the combination of wood, bricks, steel, and cement! It looks like my dream cafe! Yes! One of my dreams is to have my own cafe or at least an office that looks like one :))

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