Sunday, April 30, 2017
Phone photos from this year's Kawaii PH Creator's Market that took place yesterday at Venture Space PH. I shared a booth with my friend, Razel of Spring Marionette. Thank you so much to everyone who bought from us. See you on the next kawaii event!
Sunday, March 12, 2017
"The creation of a single world comes from a huge number of fragments and chaos" - Hayao Miyazaki
Just a long due photoshoot for one of my blog sponsors and some kind of therapy for my anxiety. How I wish I can be young again when I don't really care about feeling insecure about myself and my body.. To everyone of you who feels exactly the same, I just want to tell you you're not alone and it's okay. It's hard but it's okay.
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Friday, March 10, 2017
Last Wednesday, me and my squad went all the way to Malolos, Bulacan to support our friend, Beru, for the opening of her cafe. Dreamy Cafe is the first ever unicorn themed cafe in the Philippines. A concept made for fans of everything cute / kawaii by a kawaii girl herself! Congratulations, bb. You did it! We all know how hardworking you are and pulling this off is really inspiring.
Most of the pictures I took features my daughter, Beau. This place is truly a dream come true for both the young and the young-at-heart.
Shameless selfies otw. The place is really well lit with natural lighting. Definitely instagram darling!
At the moment, the cafe can only accommodate 4 groups since it's only a micro cafe. It is best to book reservations via their fb page.
Hope you're not tired of my face yet ehehehe. The lighting is just so good I cannot pass it up!
There is also a kawaii shop at the second floor with lots of kawaii items. They are looking for consignors by the way just message their fb page for details.
Forgot to take photos but the second floor also carries unicorn kigurumis you can rent during your visit for photo ops. Watch my short video here.
It's really comfy I could really fall asleep here. We arrived pretty early and the cafe wasn't even open yet but perks of being friends with the owner we were able to photo-rape the place before people started coming in. lol
I wasn't able to try their pastel waffles though but it's really cute and instagrammable along with their milkshakes in cute bulb beverage glasses.
Despite being located all the way to the north, it's actually pretty accessible. Only one ride from Cubao Baliwag bus terminal with a travel time of around an hour. It was even quicker than travelling in Edsa. :))
I'm sure Dreamy Cafe will have more improvements in the coming months after the soft opening so I'm excited for our second trip already! For more details, just check the fb page I mentioned earlier. Kawaii power!