Isn't it strange that we talk least about the things we think about the most? We all probably have minds full of unsaid things and unexpressed thoughts. The fear of the unpredictable future, the conflict we have inside our soul whether to live up to social expectations or staying true to ourselves, the trapped feeling … Continue reading The Book of Forbidden Feelings: Embracing The Negativity
Both Japanese and Korean take skincare game seriously. Beauty begins with great skin, is a philosophy that most Asians keep close to their mind and makes them value skincare a lot. In fact, 89% of Asian girls and women tend to spend their money on skincare products rather than makeup. And because of it, Japanese … Continue reading Which Team Are You On When It Comes to Skincare: Japanese or Korean?
When it comes to skincare products, South Korea is always at the forefront of the game. As time goes by, maybe it's time to pay closer attention to skincare products from our East neighbour — Japan. With their natural-focused approach, Japanese products work best for people with sensitive skin and those who dislike using products containing … Continue reading 7 Must-Buy Skincare Products While Traveling to Japan
You enjoy being under the sun? Don't hold back! Go run outside, take the kids to soccer practice, or enjoy a family beach vacation and get your sunkissed skin — just don't forget to apply sunscreen, and your skin will be doing just fine. Sunscreen is a very crucial tool, yet so many people ignore to … Continue reading 3 Recommended Sunscreens to Have Fun Under The Sun
Becoming a parent is not only about providing foods, clothes, and shelter for our children. There are bigger responsibilities we're dealing with. One of them is to ensure that our children have a stable emotional health that they could carry through adulthood and beyond. To develop a healthy sense of self to our children, there … Continue reading 5 Parenting Sentences We Need to Avoid
Being a housewife with two toddlers with endless energy could be a pure bliss but it can be a struggle to be fought for sometimes. My name is Amanda. And this is my story. Being a stay-at-home mom is not as easy as it seems. I may not have a nine-to-five working routines. … Continue reading The Story of Amanda and Her Struggles As A Mother and A Housewife
In this hectic world we live in, we're all shaped to be a regular multitasker. We have plenty responsibilities demanding to be finished. From completing our endless job, maintaining social relationships, until taking care of children or even ourselves. Too bad, 24 hours a day is all we have. As a response to the fact … Continue reading Reasons Why Multitasking Is A False Belief