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
11am - 10pm (Mon-Sun)
1 week ago
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
1 week ago
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!
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!
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.
1 month ago
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!
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
So here we are, set to eat as much as we can!
First stop for me? Katsu of course! Not the best Katsu in the world, but I was nevertheless satisfied HAHA!
All you can eat sushi!
The downside of eating here is that most of the food don’t have labels… would’ve loved it if I knew exactly what I was going to eat! #pickyeater
Make your own halo-halo!
We wanted butter and sugar for our crepe, but they only had mangoes, ice cream and choco syrup :(
Let me end this with my favorite dessert there - Coffee cake anyone? YUM!
And of course, hello from my highschool barkada! <3
Kamayan Saisaki Dads
15 West Avenue, Quezon City
Monday – Friday - 11:30 am to 2:30 pm / 6pm to 10pm
Saturday – Sunday - 11:00 am to 2:30 pm / 6pm to 10pm
(632) 372-8845 / (632) 374-3767 / (63) 0917-8988844
1 month ago
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.
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 :))
It’s a great place to study, to meet up and bond with friends and family, and so much more!
They even have private rooms open for reservation to those who want to have a small gathering or any kind of meeting.
I ordered their iced caramel macchiato and coffee con leche doughnut.
I also tried their cheeseburger, which was unique to me because they used donut buns!
Great food, great coffee, great interior, and with great company! I went there with the Love Type team - Abbey Sy, Den and Steff Labordo!
Photo grabbed from Abbey
We had a really great time planning our Share Movement and Love Type collaboration!
It’s always nice to meet new people who have a heart to share their passion for the benefit of those in need!
Watch out for another awesome workshop-for-a-cause, happening this September!
Follow Share Movement's Social Sites for more workshop updates and details! :)
514 S&R Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City
Monday- Sunday, 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
1 month ago
La Creperie was one of the few restaurants we loved in Eastwood. We were really disappointed when it closed. Thankfully, we found another branch and, without any second thoughts, we decided to try it out!
I love this branch even more (New Manila) because it’s bigger and more homey.
It’s a perfect place to celebrate because earlier that day, I was interviewed and featured by Loqal. I was so glad that I was able to share my Share Movement journey with them! I’ll blog about this as soon as they release the video <3
Anyway back to La Creperie, we decided to try their Le “J.J.” ham, Gruyère cheese, tomato, garlic and chili flakes inside.
And of course our favorite butter and sugar crepe :)
Life is indeed breathtakingly beautiful <3
La Creperie (New Manila)Branches:Shangri-la Mall (584-6540 and CP 0933-5490068)
Robinsons Galleria (477-7089 and CP 0932-4040863)
San Juan/Calderon St. (570-1788)
New Manila (705-7100 and CP 0943-5177041)
66 E. Abada st., Loyola Heights, Q.C.
3 months ago
Scribble Workshop with Scribe and Share Movement!
Hello there! We’re having a Scribble Workshop next Saturday in collaboration with Scribe and Share Movement! :) I don’t know if there are still slots left (you know how crazy it is…), but you can try signing up here. :)
YAY!! We’re happy to announce that we’re collaborating with the superb Alexis Ventura of Ink Scribbler and Scribe Writing Essentials for a workshop this May 31!
We only have 16 slots for the workshop so hurry and reserve your slots now! Please follow https://www.facebook.com/sharemove for more info :)
3 months ago
Help us expand & upgrade our kitchen so that we can cook more food and bake fresh bread for street kids & poor public school students.
Why Are We Expanding Our Kitchen?
First, we believe in growth & we want to feed more. We see the need every time we visit these children & we know we have to do something.
An upgraded kitchen with better equipment & additional workers will increase not only the people that we feed, but the efficiency, productivity & growth of our operations.
The Impact of Your Contribution
By donating to this campaign, you will help us provide healthy & nutritious food for these poor school children who come from impoverished families that can’t afford to feed their children regularly before going to school.
We are trying to raise up $7,000 for this project. Funds raised will go to the funding of:
Renovation & Upgrading of the Kitchen (Construction, Electrical, Licenses & Permits)
Additional Kitchen Equipment & Supplies
Training of Bakers & Workers
Research & Testing of Healthy Recipes for Children
Stocks of Ingredients to Start the Project
Blueprint of Electrical & Lighting Layout
The expansion of our kitchen space has already started but we need additional funds to finish everything
HOW YOU CAN HELP
1. Donate to our Kitchen Upgrade Project.
For as low as $1 or 50 pesos, you can help feed a hungry child not only once, but for a very long time. Since this project has long-term goals, your donation will expand in more ways than you can imagine.
No amount is too small. Every contribution counts! Together, we can reach out and make a difference in the lives of these children.
If you are considering to give to our Project, please click this link. EVERY CONTRIBUTION COUNTS!
2. Please share this Kitchen Project Campaign to your loved ones and friends.
"Blessed is the one who considers the poor. In the day of trouble the LORD delivers him.The LORD protects him and keeps him alive; he is called blessed in the land; you do not give him up to the will of his enemies." Psalm 41:1-2 Thanks & God bless you!
3 months ago
Alain and I wanted to try NBA Cafe ever since we heard the news about it! Take note: It’s the first NBA Cafe in the world! Wow!
Since we were already in Serendra (Lunch at Latrizan) we decided to check it out and eat dessert there.
Excuse Alain’s expressions, he wanted me to take photos of him in every single corner. So not him…such a fanboy.
Alain told me that there’s a reason why Wade has this big wall picture! *ehem FANBOY
The ultimate fanboy asked me to take loads of photos inside!!
I love the interiors and the view!
We tried their NY style cheesecake and vanilla milkshake.
There’s nothing special about their food, but it was a great experience for us!
We definitely want to go there again for the NBA playoffs!
Located at SkyPark, Level 5, SM AuraSunday - Thursday: Open 10AM-10PM Friday - Saturday: Open 10AM - 2AMCall 556-1683 for inquiries
3 months ago
Pau and I tagged along with our parents to have lunch at Lartizan.
I love the dainty, fancy setting of this little restaurant!
Fresh breads available for you to enjoy. :)
Pau and I loved their fresh bread and butter!!
Home Made Raviolis
3 cheese stuffed, mushroom sauce
Roasted Half Chicken with French Butter and Herbs
Serendra, 26th cor. McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City,
Open from 8AM-10PM
3 months ago
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