Reflections – Love Thy Neighbour

Sunday Reflections
It’s been quite a heavy week this past week. Numerous trips to different hospitals visiting different loved ones has really got me thinking about life and what happens at the end of life. I was speaking to a friend who works as a doctor last night and she told me that one of the most rewarding years she’s had so far was the year she spent working in palliative care. Seeing people through the dying process brought to light a lot of change in them and family and people around them. The important things in life rise to the surface like a beautiful shell emerging from the shore as the waves pull away all the sand around it. Suddenly, the things that are around them everyday that they may take for granted or they are too busy to notice, become beautiful and important in their eyes. Attitudes change and there is longing to live a more meaningful and wholesome life.
What if this longing was in all of us, not just at the end but now? Imagine how different our communities would be? Living in harmony and love.
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This pic was taken at UST in the Philippines – thinking & praying for all those in Manila and the surrounding areas affected by the recent quakes. And all those around the world who are suffering hardship and injustice. May we all continue to find light and love in our daily lives. 
Every day we are presented with opportunities to love our neighbor and
help him “carry his cross”. These opportunities aren’t usually big events, they are usually ordinary occurrences like helping someone carry
their groceries or holding the door open for them. The key is putting the other person’s needs before our own and not expecting anything in
return – An excerpt from our parish’s weekly bulletin publication.
Every year during Lent, our parish priest Noel, provides environmentally friendly shopping bags for all those who care to take one so that when we all complete our weekly grocery shopping, we are reminded to add a canned, non-perishable good for those in need. After the six weeks all the bags filled with food and grocery items are then donated to St Vinnie’s in order for them to hand out to members of our community that may need them more than us.
What are some other ways we can love our neighbour?… It’s the simple things.
Hope you have a great week.
-xx-

Your Ultimate Guide to Kidzania Manila

 

Kidzania Manila Review The Urban Ma blogFinish this sentence – When I grow up I want to…

Fly a plane?
Help people when they’re sick?
Look after animals?
Save a burning building?

Or,
Monitor, control and activate clean energy in the city?
Create new ideas for different treats?
Learn different techniques for preserving processed meat?
Examine and care for trees in the garden and around the city?
Or perhaps share the many sights, attractions, and highlights of the city to tourists?

Being a fireman, pilot, doctor or vet might have crossed all our minds at some stage. But how about all the other work that needs to get done? All of the above and more are experiences that kids from 4-14 years old can participate in at Kidzania Manila.

Kidzania is not like any play center I have ever been to. And I have been to a lot. From birthday parties, to mothers group catchups, to rainy day alternative play areas, the kids have explored different play areas from the east to the west and everywhere in between. Nothing compares to the experience we had when my cousins took us to this wonderful world for kids in Bonafacio Global City in Manila.

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Ignite your child’s imagination and their thirst for learning by accompanying them to a world for kids which has their own currency (Kidzos), own language, and own set of rules and values.

After sailing on the sparkling blue waters of Coron and climbing the famous Chocolate Hills in Bohol, I really wondered if maybe extending our time in the islands instead of heading back to Manila would be a better idea. Thank goodness we wanted to spend time with our cousins because they really took us to some awesome places up in the big smoke.

Kidzania originally started in Mexico in 1999 and since then has spread its edutainment concept to 24 other locations in the world including London, Moscow, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Kidzania is a kid-sized city complete with its own currency, bank and jobs needing to be done. Adults are not permitted to participate in the activities and the kids are able to experience explore their own interest with independence and develop their confidence.

Initially upon entering Kidzania I was overwhelmed with all that was going on and impatient with having to line up for so long at some of the activities. I’m glad we pushed through it because after only a short while we totally had or Kidzania game on! So below are some things we observed that will hopefully help you make the most out of your trip!

1) Kidzania has their own currency called Kidzos and as soon as you enter your child is given a cheque for50Kidzos which they can bank for some cash or even open an account with a ATM card if they want to save it and earn interest.

2) Kidzos money can be spent at the Kidzos department store and some other places where they can purchase lollies, clothes, toys etc and Kidzos can also be earned by participating in the various “jobs”/activities in Kidzania City!Kidzania Manila Kidzos blogger review

3) You can purchase a passport for your child at 220pesos in which the can get a stamp at every job they complete. There are different rewards depending how many stamps you get so if your planning on visiting Kidzania more the once you should totally get one! We purchased a passport towards the end of the day because there was a bit of a line when we first arrived. We thought that we would be able to go back to all the activities that we completed to get our stamp but they said that’s not how it works – you have to have your passport at the time you do your activity to get it stamped. So purchase one before you go around the place if you’re interested in collecting stamps and extra Kidzos. If you visit Kidzania in other countries you’ll also get a special holographic sticker.

4) As you walk around the world of Kidzania, you’ll see familiar establishments like a hospital, mobile phone shop, gym, laundromat all tailor made for kids. Look for the census plate at each of the establishments as guide to know a) how many kids can participate in the activity b) the minimum age required c) how many minutes the activity runs for and, d) whether you can earn Kidzos or spend Kidzos and how much.

 5) Below are just some of the many different jobs available for the kids to experience:

Automotive
Pit Crew Training Centre
Driving Streets
Gas Station
Car Design and Dealership

Culture Museum
Traditional Jewelry Workshop
Arts & Crafts Workshop
Tattoo Studio

Education 
Driving School
Music Studio
Acting Academy
Disaster Preparedness Training Center
Art & Design Academy
University
Cooking School
Aviation Academy

Entertainment
City Tour Bus
Theater

Environment
Marine Research Lab
Urban Garden

Financial Services
Bank

Health
Dentist
Baby Care Training Center
Hospital – Operating Room
Hospital – Emergency Room
Pharmacy

Media
Newspaper
Magazine Publishing Company
Radio Station
Home Shopping Studio
TV Studio

Private Services
Window Washing
Laundromat
Vet Clinic
Hotel
Beauty Salon
Courier Service
Employment Office
Mobile Phone Shop
Creative Hub
Farm House Store

Public Services
Fire Station
Police Station & C.S.I
Courthouse
Tax Office
Clean Energy Center

Residential
Construction Site
Home Finishing

Retail
Fashion Boutique
Supermarket
Bookstore

Sports
Fitness Lab
Stadium
Climbing Building

Industrial
Bakeshop
Ice Cream Factory
Bottling Plant
R&D Center
Cookie Factory
Product Lab
Snack Factory

6) Being a fire fighter and pilot were extremely popular jobs when we visited Kidzania so make sure you get some snacks and bring along your patience – be prepared to wait even up to an hour or so. The wait is totally worth it though, as the kids take some part in fire fighter training before riding on their own little fire engine with sirens blasting out while they make their way to help put out a fire at the burning hotel. It was an incredible experience for the kids and all the parents loved seeing their little ones so involved and active. Fire fighting Kidzania Manila blog review The Urban Ma

7) You can only enter Kidzania with kids and my cousins had organised all our tickets for us prior to us arriving. We went on a Sunday around 11am after attending mass at Greenbelt. The front entrance area is set up like an airport check in terminal. You can purchase tickets through the Kidzania website and you can also find discounts and deals through websites such as Metro Deal if you want to save and have more money to spend inside!

8) All the jobs seem to be branded with popular current brands so as to make the experience seem more like the big world outside. We were really impressed that there were not only the popular medical and rescue service jobs, but the kids are also exposed to tasks such as customer service at the holiday in and mobile phone shop, as well as the responsibility of delivering important parcels through the Kidzania courier and mail service. It was also interesting to see jobs such as the brand ambassador jobs offering a high pay rate at 12Kidzos for kids who assist customers in their needs and orient them on mobile phone apps! A good focus on customer needs and sales! The kids’ creativity is harnessed in so many of the jobs offered at Kidzania including one where they get to create their own new sweet treat, or write an article to be published in the newspaper.Kidzania Manila Philippines travel blog dentist Kidzania Manila Philippines activities

9) Let your kid explore and check out the activities that interest them. Our 4yo said his favourites were the pilot academy training, the Emergency room where he was a paramedic and the cookie making factory. It was so cool watching the kids in the ABS CBN TV studio that was set up so the kids can host the news or even their own infomercial! The radio station and courtroom also looked super cool however the minimum age was 6yo as they are required to be able to read to complete the activity. In the operating theatre and in the dental clinic, there were life sized mannequins that the kids had to work on. They really try to make it as real as possible for the kids!Kidzania Manila blog review paramedic

10) If you want to eat before heading into Kidzania, there is a McDonalds outlet and a few other restaurants right next door. Alternatively you could purchase some food and drinks from the vendors inside.Paramedics in training Melbourne travel blogger Kidzania

11) There is a parents lounge with free wifi and you can grab a coffee and cake while sitting on the comfy couches reading a newspaper or magazine while your kids earn their keep.

12) Everyone greeted us with a friendly and enthusiastic “Kai!” when we arrived at the different activities. Kidzania has their own little expressions so be sure to get in on the fun and greet people with with “Kai!” (Hi!) or say “Zanks/Zank-u” (Thank you). We also heard some of the Kidzania people say “Zaz!” It’s their way to say “Wow!” when they are surprised or impressed!Kai Kidzania Manila blog review Melbourne

13) There are so many jobs to choose from when you enter and if your kid is particularly interested in something, you can head on over to the Employment Center where they can help you match something to your needs. For example if your kid wants to be an athlete, they have a sports stadium with team sports or a gym for some fitness exercises they can participate in! Otherwise your child can take a quiz to see what might interest them.

14) There is also the Kidzania University activity where the kids can participate in a 30min or 15min cycle where they can complete their Masters or Bachelor degree. They receive a certificate and from then on, when they show their certificate at any of the jobs in Kidzania, they get paid a few extra Kidzos, illustrating to them the benefits of ongoing learning and upskilling.

15) When entering Kidzania, each child and adult is given a wristband which only Kidzania staff are able to remove. That way, your kids are able to be tracked and won’t be able to exit Kidzania without you.

16) Kidzania would be an awesome place to have your kid’s birthday party. We saw a few birthday celebrants excitedly exploring their Kidzania world with all their friends. Kidzania has proven popular with even the adults that on certain days and nights, they run private functions where I believe the adults get to join in on the fun!

17) The Kidzania website and social media channels are always updated with special events and promotions so be sure to check them before you go. On the day that we went, I checked their Instagram account in the morning and found out that one of the famous Filipino actors would be there promoting his new movie in the Kidzania theatre. My cousins were sooooo excited to see Piolo in the flesh and so close, it was an added bonus to our already amazing day!

18) Kidzania have their own mascots each representing the rights that Kidzania patrons share together. There is also a sixth right, the Right to Be.

Urbano – Right to Know
Vita – Right to Care
Bache – Right to Play
Beebop – Right to Create
Chika – Right to Share

There are interesting monuments and plaques you can find all around the city so take the time to explore and read them while your kids wait in line for their activities. It gives you a glimpse into the Kidzania culture!

I could go on and on about our time at Kidzania and how happy Daniel was participating in all the jobs he is normally only an observer of in the big, real world. You’ll find a list of all the roles your kid can participate in here and I hope this has been of some help or has encouraged you to brave the traffic and smokey haze of Manila to visit this awesome role play concept!

Kidzania Manila can be found in the modern and sleek area of Bonafacio Global City where is seems brand new shopping malls and attractions have been popping up recently along with some nice street art! We went by car and there is paid parking available at Park Triangle and nearby places such as Market Market. Otherwise they have more information here if you’re travelling by bus, MRT or other modes of transport! Another easy way to get there is to just use a Grab or cab. 

I heard that they might be planning on finally getting one up and running here in Australia so hopefully it’ll be in Melbourne! Have you been to Kidzania? Any tips for first time visitors?

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!

-xx-

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Daniel had the best time being spoilt by all his aunties and uncles!kid friendly Manila Kidzania Philippines

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A Destination of Smiles – The Philippines

It is definitely more fun in the Philippines. And even more fun travelling this country of a million smiles with the kids and our family. From volcanoes and white sandy beaches, to wild but friendly water giants, to towering shopping malls, the Philippines is a country that will seduce you into coming back over and over again. Except maybe to Manila but more about that later.

Having been to the Philippines numerous times in the past, this was our first time travelling there with the kids and also our first time venturing out from our relatives’ homes in Manila and the provinces to the magnificent islands and waters that have captured the hearts of travelers from around the world. With an initial feeling of uncertainty and worry about how the kids would handle the heat and difference in environment, and how us adults would handle the kids, I’m happy to say it was bloody amazing and we are already planning our next visit back to this tropical paradise! So read on if you too are thinking about going on a tropical adventure to this country of over 7,100 colorful islands.

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We visited the following areas on our three week escapade for my dad’s 60th birthday adventure:

– Cebu
– Bohol
– Bulacan
– Palawan
– Manila
– Tagaytay

What an amazing 60th birthday bash my dad had! – Island hopping, relaxing by the pool, touristy sightseeing, delicious meals, and most of all spending time with relatives. We were a traveling party of 12 – 8 adults, 2 kids and 2 infants and, extra family and friends joined us at some of the destinations so we almost always hired a van to get around.

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Getting around the Philippines

Hiring a van with a driver was so convenient for us because we didn’t have to worry about anything for the whole day! We hired a van for the full day when we went to Cebu and Bohol.

In Manila we used Grab and taxis and our cousins kindly drove us around. I downloaded the Grab app as instructed by my cousins and found it super convenient and safe to use.

In Bulacan we caught a lot of tricycles and were also driven around by family. We didn’t get to ride on a jeepney during this trip but hopefully we’ll get to hang off one next time!

 – 3500 – 3800php – daily driver and van
– Tricycle fares are per person and I’m not sure how they price it but we paid around 20php for a trip of around 1-1.5kms. Either way it’s a fast cheap way of getting around town if you don’t have too far to go but can’t be bothered walking in the heat of the sun.
– from 15php – bottle of water from Hypermarket supermarket
7php-60php for snacks like biscuits and chips

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his is a tricycle in Coron – they feel so much bigger than the ones in Bulacan. It seems that each different area of the Philippines has a slight different type of tricycle in the way that they are made, however, almost all of them are able to fit around 8 people!

When going to Cebu from Manila we flew by plane which was only about an hour and twenty minutes long. There are quite a few flights per day that fly to Cebu by airlines such as Philippines Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Air Asia. Having flown from Melbourne on an 8 hour flight, the one hour flight was nothing for the kids! They happily looked out the window and had a short nap.

From Cebu to Bohol we took a ferry which was around 2 hours. I ended up chatting to a lovely lady from Anda the whole way learning all about their beautiful beaches there and mysterious caves! I’d love to visit there next time we’re in Bohol. From Bohol back to Manila we caught a plane which was faster and more efficient.

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From the gorgeous beaches and resorts of Bohol and whimsical waterfalls of Cebu, we traveled up to Bulacan which is a province north of Manila to visit relatives. There were ate freshly picked fruits and veggies and a roasted suckling pig was cooked for my dad’s birthday celebration.

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his is my uncle’s rooster farm. Straight organised rows of trees were planted along with the roosters’ houses. It was so eye opening seeing all the animals such as roosters, chickens, pigs, goats, fish etc being grown and eaten so fresh!

There are some awesome things to see around Bulacan however we chose to spend our time chilling out with our cousins and we got to watch a movie in the cinemas at SM Baliwag. We watched Beauty & the Beast as soon as it came out! It was everything I hoped it would be.

We didn’t just used transport with wheels to get around the Philippines – we rode on a lot of boats both big and little. The kids loved being so close to the water and we made sure they wore their life jackets at all times so they felt safe!

Swimming with the whale sharks Oslob Cebu
Here is our party of 13 riding a skinny little bangka in Oslob to see the whalesharks. Hannah wanted to just get into the water since she could see it right at her fingertips. We ended up dipping her in for a bit over the side!

 After swimming through the beautiful turquoise waters of Coron and lazing around on the powdery warm sandy beaches of Bohol, we found ourselves in busy, smokey, excruciating gridlocked traffic and inefficient ways that is Manila. Luckily our wonderfully amazing cousins had some fun things planned for us. I didn’t really know where to go out in Manila except for the shopping malls and gosh there are a lot of them! My cousins took us to some amazing places which I’ll share with you on a separate blog post on Manila. One of the places worth mentioning was Kidzania in Bonifacio Global City. It is a must-see place when visiting the Philippines with kids.Kids travel guide to the Philippines

Other things to note when traveling to the Philippines with kids

1. Shots. We had left it too late for the kids to get immunized

before heading to the Philippines but if I had booked in at the doctor earlier, we would’ve gotten a shot for Typhoid and I think Hep A? I can’t remember now but we came back home feeling well. Hannah had around four mosquito bites while the rest of us hardly had any. I even bought two cans of insect repellent with me and I hardly finished them.

2. Bottled water. Always drink bottled water and never drink out of the taps. Even the water we boiled in the kettle was from a bottle. We ended up buying huge containers of water every time we knew we were going to be at a certain place for more than two days. Thankfully none of us got sick. Mr 4yo got the runs on our second week there but after a day he was fine.

3. Spare clothes. Bring lots of spare clothing for the kids. You never know when a little accident may happen, and you’ll feel so good changing into a fresh set of clothes after a long day out sweating in the heat. You also never know when you’ll come across and cool swimming spot you’ll want to go for a dip in so always have some clothes and bathers with you!

4. Currency exchange. If you withdraw some money before heading to the Philippines, you can get a good rate of exchange at the currency exchange outlets. You can find them in most of the airports and shopping centres. We did that, and also withdraw money from an ATM, which charged us a fee each time. So if you find a RCBC atm or bank, you can withdraw a max of 20,000php from there instead of the standard 10,000php that the other ATMs like BDO allow.

5. Tips. Before arriving in the Philippines I would highly recommend that you have some Philippine pesos ready at hand, and have some smaller denominations like 10 and 20php notes. Tipping is common practice and with the hard working people helping you out, I’m sure you’ll be wanting to give them a little extra for their service and effort.

6. Attitude. Be open-minded, positive and adaptable. There are lots of different dishes to try in the Philippines that can’t be found elsewhere and having an open mind will allow you to enjoy each experience a lot more. The service there is also a lot slower than I’m used to – 45mins wait to get my take away dinner order and 15mins waiting in line at the supermarket. Not all places were like this but I noticed a lot of improvement opportunities in Manila in terms of customer service. It made me feel so happy to be home when I got back to Melbourne! – I was able to visit two banks, Vodafone and get lunch all in half an hour!

No matter how positive I was, I could handle everything except the traffic of Manila – when you’re sitting in traffic for an hour just to get somewhere less than 8kms away, it’s just simply ridiculous. I already don’t drive to work in Melbourne because I hate sitting in traffic – you should see the traffic in Manila. If I didn’t have luggage and kids to carry with me, I’m sure I would’ve just walked to most of the places. Does anyone have the answer to reducing traffic in Manila? It is simply a big waste of time. No wonder a lot of travellers are now bypassing Manila altogether and going straight to places like Cebu and Borocay. Hopefully those other cities can get their infrastructure right before it gets as busy as Manila.

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There, there, it’s ok. You don’t have to put up with the traffic everyday!

7. A Globe mobile SIM – As soon as we arrived in Manila, we walked over to Mall of Asia (MOA) and stopped by a Globe outlet to get a Globe SIM and some credit. We paid 500php ( approximately $13AUD) for unlimited data, sms and calls to other Globe SIM holders for 15 days which is expensive by Philippine standards but it was convenient and easy so that’s what we went with. Since there were a lot of us traveling together, having our mobiles made it easier for us to get around together and apart. And if you want to stay in touch with others that aren’t with Globe, you can just use the data included to contact them via Facebook, Whatsapp or Viber etc! In my previous trips to Europe and Asia I didn’t even bring a mobile phone with me at all – how times have changed.

8. Nappies, wipes, baby food & formula. These 4 items can be easily found in all the SM stores and supermarkets so don’t fret if you haven’t pack enough or have forgotten something for the kids. They have everything from baby nappies and wipes to baby cologne in the toiletries section. I always like to peruse the toiletries and make up section whenever I’m overseas. They always have such different things. In the Philippines it’s all about the whitening of the skin. Whitening lotion, whitening soaps and whitening creams line the shelves. So different to the shops here in Australia where everything is all about getting a tan…getting darker and bronzed up!

9. The people. The people of the Philippines are super friendly and love kids. There is always someone happy to help out and unlike my experience in China, if they see you with a pram or a baby in the Philippines, they almost always let you board the elevators first instead of pushing in front of you! Most people speak English and even just by saying simple greetings and “thank you” in Tagalog (“Salamat po”), it will get you far. I didn’t experience as much beggars begging through the windows of our van as I did in previous visits and there were less people haggling with you on the street. I felt quite safe traveling with the kids despite my initial worrying!

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Our friendly and knowledgeable guides at Aguinid Falls in Cebu. Mark and Meyer not only helped us navigate and climb the falls, they took pictures of us with our cameras while they were at it! 

We met some absolutely gorgeous people with big, welcoming hearts on this trip, and I always leave the Philippines so sad but excited to come back because of all our relatives and friends that live there.

10. Kids life jackets and water shoes. We traveled with a 4yo, 3yo and two 1 year olds in tow and visiting the gorgeous places that we did meant that we were constantly in and out of water. Whether it was in the open seas or in the hidden inland waterfalls, having brought our own life jackets from home made it so easy for us when it came to swimming with the kids. You can purchase them from stores like Big W and any of the outdoor shops like Anaconda.

If you’re thinking about adding a stamp from the Philippines to your passport, just do it! Snorkelling, shopping, swimming, eating and partying – don’t you know it’s more fun in the Philippines? You’ll be forever in awe at the sights, sounds and smells of this vibrant country and its people.

It is the perfect place to discover the truly amazing natural wonders of this world but also on the flip side, it is an essential trip to be made in order to come back home to a feeling of immense gratitude, and humbleness for all the blessings we have here. Clean water supply, working toilets, less polluted air and efficiency are just some of the simple luxuries  we take for granted on a daily basis.

 
Temple of Leah in Cebu – built by Mr. Teodorico Adarna to show his endless devotion and undying love for his wife, Leah.  Kawasan falls Cebu Philippines travel guide
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alking along rickety wooden bridges and blue flowing rivers on the way to Kawasan Falls. Passing lots of locals, travelers and people coming back from Badian canyoneering!

Have you traveled to the Philippines with kids? What were your favourite and least favourite travel spots?

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Thank you so much for your continued support here and on Instagram and Facebook. It’s been so nice chatting with readers and answering questions about tours and things to do in the Philippines especially on Instgram. If there are any other topics or places you would like to read about please let me know. In the meantime hope you’re having a great week! x

Sunday Reflections – Self growth

Bulacan life

Tis the season of lent, the fifth Sunday of Lent to be exact. In today’s morning homily we were left with the following question to ponder, “What in us must die in order for new life to flourish?”

The above pic was taken on our recent family trip to the Philippines. Seeing the way of life in the provinces of my parent’s homeland has again got me thinking how much resources we waste here.

They are so careful with the water they use, they repair things when they are broken instead of just buying new items, they spend most of their day outside chatting to neighbors and playing games, and farm to table eating is not just a fad or trend – they’ve been doing this the whole time. Hence dishes like paksiw lechon which uses all the leftover parts of the roasted suckling pig, dinuguan which uses pigs blood, the ever popular sisig which uses pigs cheeks, and other snacks such as isaw, a popular street food find which sees chicken intestines twisted onto a skewer. The Filipinos are so ingenious when it comes to making the most of what they’ve got, that they even have a dish in which they use goat or cow bile as an ingredient. The dish is called papaitan and is definitely an acquired taste due to its bitterness and ingredients such as goat or cow innards.

While for some of you the mentioned dishes bring wonderful memories of Filipino parties and walks along streets of Manila, others may cringe at the not so appetizing sounding delicacies. Filipinos really try to have minimal waste and we have so much to learn from them.

There are quite a few things I’ll be working on this Lenten period . Old habits which I hope to replace with new, more sustainable and earth-friendly ones. Old behaviours that I hope to replace with peaceful, soft, focused ones. And I would absolutely love to do more volunteering. These are not new goals I have…they’ve just become more apparent after coming back from a place that holds to much meaning to me.

What self growth are you going through right now?

Themes: Self growth. Minimalism. Awakening.