Three years ago I discovered what it means to be shameless.
Next to Greece, London is another must-see on my travel bucketlist of places to go.
What does it mean to be “Earth-friendly” and “eco-friendly”? Being earth/eco-friendly is about learning to consume items that cause the least to no harm to the environment. It is about understanding what a carbon footprint is and doing more to lessen that footprint. (A carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide and other carbon compounds emitted due to the consumption of fossil fuels by a particular person, group, etc. Thank you dictionary.com!) Being Earth-friendly is also about striving to support other in living eco-friendly lives and create sustainable communities. Earth day is every day and today’s post is just a reminder of the little things we can do daily to be Earth-friendly.
Every year my family and I celebrate Easter by going to church in the morning, getting brunch after, and then going home to spend time together in the backyard. This year was different… because this year my mom took a last-minute flight to Hawaii to be with my grandparents.
Did you know all businesses in the Philippines are closed during Holy Week?
Do what you love, and do it often.
I love photography. I’m not the best at it, but I’m always learning and improving. In the beginning, when I started doing photography in 2010, I never realized how many niches/specializations there are in the field. The niches range from portrait photography to wedding photography, to sports photography and social media photography, to fashion and lifestyle photography, and to magazine editorial photography. The list is endless. After seven years of being in the game, and dabbling in all of the above, I realized that event photography is one of my favorites. So, let’s talk about the perks and what it’s like to be an event photographer!