Life Tips Lifestyle

23 Realizations at Twenty Three

If I were to sum up the last 23 years, everything would be totally different. It has brought me a lot of realizations, it brought me closer to myself, and it also allows me to be grateful despite every challenge, heartbreak, and downfall that seemed to be constant the last years.

So as I officially become a twenty year older this 2021, I wanted to start acknowledging EVERYTHING that has helped me become who I am today.

About CDO Beauty Events

NÉW Lounge: Newest Lash Haven in Cagayan de Oro

Despite the incongruous effect of this Pandemic paradigm, asking for beautiful long lashes wouldn’t be that cruel, eh? I hark back at the old good days, pre-covid, where visiting lash salons were one of my de-stressing hobbies. I love looking at myself in the mirror in the early morning, having those sophisticated long lashes. It helps me feel good about myself—because we deserve it more than ever. My shift from an on-the-go to now a …

CDO Lifestyle

Things I Love About the 2021 CBTL Giving Journal

That’s why despite all that, I am still thrilled to welcome the next year with a set of new end goal(s) in mind. Since I am also someone who always need a notebook and a pen with me, I make sure I have a journal that I can write with everything.

The 2021 Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf giving journal is indeed a game-changer. If you are someone who has been going out and collecting stamps lately at your favorite cafe, then you’re probably here for a reason: to check out why you need a CBTL planner for 2021.

CDO Life Tips

Coffee Drip Bags: My New Choice!

If there’s one thing I can never say no to, that is coffee!

The invigorating smell of coffee aroma, the heavenly bitter taste and the effect to my fast beating heart is an indulgence that I can never say no to.

If, like most of us, coffee is also a part of your daily routine, then you may not have considered the pros and cons of using paper filters versus metal filters in making your favorite cuppa coffee at home. (Don’t get me wrong, I just discovered this recently too!)

Life Tips Lifestyle

How I Practice Self Care in the New Norm

I could still remember, on the last of December 2019, I told myself, “2020 is going to be a great year”. Several months have passed, and 2020 turned out to be the exact opposite of what we’ve all expected.

Despite all the negativities, COVID19 opened me to a lot of realizations— it also enabled me to truly connect with myself. I learned to practice self-care in the new normal. Below, I have shared some tips I find helpful when things start feeling tough.

Life Tips Work

Not Your Cup of Tea: Dealing With Rejections and Stress

I guess we can all relate to having the same drive of the negative pull of energy when dealing with rejections. Either about work, relationships, or career.

Along the way, my rants and anxieties lead me to a realization in life that everything is not our cup of tea. So instead of lashing out my rants about getting rejected, losing opportunities and jobs, here’s what I did…

Life Tips

Do it For the Gram: How I Curate my Instagram Feed

If we could agree on one thing that should be, “do it for the gram!” The first time I used Instagram 6 years ago I knew then that I wanted to keep my photos organized and “pretty”.

We have known Instagram for the beautiful photos posted by travelers, influencers, stylists, and artists. That’s when the saying “do it for the gram” take into life— I just can’t post a photo that’s not good for the kind of feed I am maintaining. So people go miles to get that picture gram-worthy.

Life Tips Work

How to Start as a Freelance Writer

So you want to start as a freelance writer and work from home?

I have been working as a freelance writer for nearly 4 years now. I have been able to work with a few clients in the U.S and in Australia. I’ve written content for internet marketing companies, interior designing, businesses and a lot more.

Becoming a writer isn’t achieved overnight. You need to work your way to be able to become better in this career. Before I even started to work as a writer, I was privileged enough to be coached by writers, trained by writing blogs and articles, and joined organizations.