Happy Valentines Day! Welcome to our WEEK OF PAGIBIG (also known as the “week of love”) — Filipinos are one of the most superstitious people I know. Last time I talked about filipino superstitions for showering, bathing, and hair… this time, we’re talking about dating!
VLOG Episode 54 ● She did it! My best friend won Miss Yorba Linda 2017 and I was soooooo emotional 😭 My heart is full for both Shannon and Cheyenne’s win and I cannot wait to see them compete at Miss California this summer!! As a matter of fact, I can’t wait to see all the whole Miss California Class of 2017 this summer. It looks like Mark and I will be taking a roadtrip up to Fresno this June 😍
If you’re like me and you’re into online culture — the culture of YouTube, social media, connecting with people virtually, etc. — then you probably, most likely, know or know of people that you feel like you can connect with and feel like you already know on a personal level. I am so deep in this realm of “online culture” that I’ve reached a point where I can’t even distinguish the difference between an online friend and a friend IRL (or “in real life”).
I came across this article because one of my friends posted it on her Facebook. It’s a great article to live by. Here are my favorite things from Fern’s list of what is needed to let go of in order to become a happier person…
It’s common for cruises to have an elegant evening where you can dress up, have fancy drinks, and celebrate. Celebrations can include anything from the Captain’s Welcome Dinner – which is what we are dressed up for in this blog – to holiday celebrations to themed nights to farewell events. Generally if you are taking a 2 to 5-day cruise, you can expect at least one nice evening to get primmed and proper. If you take a cruise that is six days or longer, expect that be graced with at least two awesome nights of playing dress up.
Jessica MacCleary tagged me! So I’m here doing the Filipino Tag 🇵🇭 The filipino tag has been on YouTube for so long, I’m surprised I only did it now. I had so much fun filming this and answering the questions.
Because I was a cruise-noob (aka “a first timer on a cruise”), I was amazed by every little thing I saw. There are so many pools, jacuzzis, and kiddie pools. The unlimited amount of food was to die for. They had tea time! Right after breakfast, about ten activities are happening at once in different parts of the ship. It was a lot to take in, but my absolute favorite part of the first day was the view. If Moana were out last year, I would have thought of the “How Far I’ll Go” song as I looked at the line where the sky meets the sea… it calls me and no one knows how far it goes 🎶