Friday, August 7, 2020

Vegan Froyo from Mahalo Acai

Being stuck indoors has given me a lot of time to reorganize my home and even my files. This unearthed a lot of files, especially pictures, that bring back memories. One such memory is my trip to Mahalo Acai with a friend.

Facade of Mahalo Acai
Facade of Mahalo Acai


We took a walk and visited the place to get a taste of their vegan froyo. Our little exercise made enjoying their treats even more worthwhile - it felt like a reward!

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Longing for The Outdoors

It's been 4 months since I last went out to work in the office or to eat at a restaurant with friends. Many of us are longing to spend time outdoors again. Travel is not an option at the moment and meeting up with friends is not viable either. 

Nostalgic Window View
Nostalgic View

Virtual meetings are a blessing but there is something missing in these meetings since participants are unable to actually interact physically. As that is not possible now, all we can do is reminisce memories of scenes outside that we usually take for granted. 

Monday, July 20, 2020

H-Art Space: Art Therapy for Inner Healing

A lot has happened this year and while I'm stuck at home, let me recall some memorable events from the past 6 months. One of them is the Love @ HArt Opening Party for the HArt Space Center organized by the Philippine Academy of Intuitives (PAInt).

Tiger - one of Maya's latest art work.
Tiger - one of Maya's latest art work.  |  Source: Maya

The party itself was quite festive but the highlight of the event was the art therapy session conducted by Maya Banawa who owns H-Art Space. Maya provides art therapy sessions for kids and adults alike. You can book a session with her individually or as a group too. You don't need to be good at drawing or painting and she provides all the art materials for each session. You only need to bring yourself, open your mind and heart, be in the moment and let Maya guide you through the process.

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Confusing the Signs: What's Really My Zodiac Sign?

Hello blogosphere! Hello once again that is. A couple of years have passed by since my last post here. More than a couple of things have happened which changed my life drastically. That really kept me busy and unable to update this poor blog of mine. But this quarantine period has given me plenty of time to reflect on many things; one of which is to start writing here again.

I post anew with a very (not really) controversial issue that recently came to light (in my eyes at least).

13 Zodiacs
Source: CNN

This pandemic has forced everyone to reevaluate their lives. While we are in the middle of trying to adapt to the planet-wide changes in our daily routines and trying to figure out how to make do and eventually rebuild, our health care and economic systems (to name just the most critical ones at the moment); a cosmological event had occurred which has been ignored for so long.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Zoomanity Group Supports the Polytechnic University of the Philippines

For this February 2018 to March 2018, different activities will be held at Bulwagang Balagtas inside Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Sta. Mesa, Manila which are organised by the different departments.

Zoomanity Group supports PUP.

Zoomanity Group will join and support these activities starts on February 26, 2018 to March 2018 as Co- Presenters or Major sponsor.  This is to show support to these students who are the future since they believe that education is still the key to succeed.

Friday, February 23, 2018

A Week's Worth (or More) of Vegan Bento Creations

Japan's bento culture has always fascinated me. I love the creativity put into it but I know it will take a lot of effort especially if you're a beginner. I have experimented a lot with making my own bento before but deciding what food items to prepare and put on my bento still boggles my brain. But practice makes perfect so here is a glimpse at some of my attempts.

When staying at home, I use different sized bowls for my food items. 

Take note that I veganized my food items and also bought some ready-to-cook vegan meat alternatives to go with my veggie food items. So these are all vegan bento creations. I did not create them all in one week but I picked my favorites to share with you.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Back to Basics with Zero Basics

In my quest to transition to a healthier lifestyle I continue to be on the lookout for products that are organic, less toxic to my body as well as to the environment and affordable as well. That’s why I made it a point to attend the VegFest Pilipinas 2017 event to get vegan products and eat vegan food too.

My newest personal care basics from Zero Basics.

One of the vendors that I had my eye on was Zero Basics and I particularly wanted to try out their deodorant and their toothpaste and tooth powder. I am glad that I did because I am loving them! I have tried out other products and I was disappointed but these exceeded expectations.