We practice reward system at home, we use stickers as reward and an ice cream day once a week. It is really effective, especially when we were still potty training our son. He gets a sticker that he puts on … Continue reading
Fire incidents are often on the headlines in our country, and sadly, it happened majority in residential areas. A shelter is one of our basic needs, a house is normally the biggest asset in every family. That’s why we should … Continue reading
I’ve been into online selling for almost a decade now, and I’ve seen how everything changed when I became a mom, hindi na ganun kadali mag-schedule ng buyer meet-up, or even go out to claim payments from remittance centers. Thankful that LBC, … Continue reading
Being a frugal or tipid mommy, I always try to buy my needed stuff during sale, sayang rin ang discount or freebies.
Mommies, I am sure, you are all familiar with Shopee.
Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, partnered leading beauty brands Maybelline and Palmolive, to bring together five Women’s Rights advocates in celebration of women empowerment.
Jane Lim, Director of Shopee Philippines, said, “Shopee’s Beauty Fair is a celebration of women and their success, and we are proud to partner Maybelline and Palmolive for this event – both leading beauty brands who share the same belief that women should be celebrated as they are. Beauty Fair was conceptualised as part of Shopee’s continued commitment to empowering Filipina across the country. We hope that this serves as an inspirational platform for more women to take a step forward towards achieving their goals.”
The event featured three different talk show sessions where the five women shared personal stories on various topics, including how the media has influenced the standards of beauty, their struggles with overcoming society’s expectations of women, and how they managed to achieve success in both their careers and personal lives. Attendees enjoyed a complimentary ride to the event from Grab, the official ride sponsor, as well as a free blow-dry and hair styling session by Creations – a salon by Asia’s Top Model Judge, Lourd Ramos’ salon.
2013 Miss World Megan Young on empowerment and standing up for yourself
As a speaker at the event, Young shared about her journey to being crowned 2013 Miss World, and how the title has since placed her in a position to inspire young women around her.
“Joining Miss World 5 years ago really took me out of my comfort zone and challenged me to be more confident. After being crowned, I realised I was in a position where I had the power to influence young women, and I wanted to do my part to encourage them to stand up for themselves. I used to just shrug off people who say insensitive or hurtful comments, but now call them out and tell them they’re wrong, and I encourage all women to not be afraid to do the same,” shared Young.
Young’s success in her acting career is also a reflection of her commitment to empowering women, choosing only to act in powerful female roles. She currently stars in the drama,The Step Daughters, where she plays a young, fearless woman named Mayumi who changes her destiny by being tenacious and true to herself.
Maybelline’s top beauty influencers shared their stories on being confident
One of Maybelline’s top priorities is to empower women to #MakeItHappen. The brand presented top beauty influencers Martha Jante, Real Asian Beauty (Kristine Roces), and Helen on Fleek (Helen Payawal) to talk about their work as influencers and bloggers in the beauty industry. The famous influencers also shared their everyday struggles as women in their field and how they were able to overcome it with the confidence that makeup has been able to give them.
Palmolive brand ambassador, KC Concepcion, on how health can empower women to be their best self
Brand ambassador for Palmolive, KC Concepcion, also shared her own story on how being healthy is as important as being true to oneself. The singer turned actress talked about numerous topics from haircare to fitness, and how her journey with maintaining her health has helped her confidence and enabled her to achieve success in both her career and personal life.
In line with the Beauty Fair event, Shopee will also be celebrating Beauty Week from June 21 to 27. Users can expect up to 95% off the health and beauty category on top of a storewide sale, exclusive deals and bundles, P199 below collections and many more. Users can look forward to massive savings on a wide variety of items including makeup, skincare, haircare and other health and personal care items.
For more information about the Beauty Fair Sale, you may visit: https://shopee.ph/BestofBeauty
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Do you eat with your little ones mommies? Even if they’re still babies or toddlers, eating together as a family during meal time is one of the best part of the day with our kids.
Did you know that children start to develop a sense of curiosity as they grow, and this becomes a perfect opportunity for parents to start introducing them to new tastes and explores different textures.
I can still recall my son,when he was still 6 months old, we practiced Baby Led Weaning, and he really got excited every time we introduced something new to him.
Almost all of us would agree na Math ang pinaka “not-so-favorite” subject sa school. That’s why we wanted to help our son develop his love for Math at his early age. Singapore is always on the top list during International … Continue reading
Our little boy will be on his first school this year. Protecting him against diseases and sickness is one on our top list dahil this time, hindi lang kami ang kasama nya everyday, marami na syang makakahalubilo na ibang tao. Another … Continue reading
Our little boy loves to cook, bake and help in the kitchen, isa yata yun sa perks ng walang yaya and helper. Nagiging bonding time pati ang kitchen duties (hehe). Our son is also a bread lover, that’s why when … Continue reading
This year, is my son’s first year in school. As a parent, I can say that choosing the right school for our children is one of the toughest decisions we will have as parents.
My son’s way of learning are kinesthetic and auditory. He can easily learn things through actions and most especially through music, so enrolling him into a traditional school set-up might not work for him. As parents, we want the best for our children. We want them to enjoy their first school experience and learn without pressure and let them be kids. After all, “minsan lang sila bata.”
We are located in the South, but in case you are nearby Quezon City, I recommend Benedictine International School. I love their approach. They utilize Systems Thinking, one of the newest approaches to education and child-rearing and is primarily attributed to Peter Senge, an American scientist and MIT Senior Lecturer, Author and Founding Chair of Society for Organizational Learning (SOL).
Being a practical mom, I don’t only buy things because of its price but I’m also considering its quality.
And that’s what I love about Vivo smart phones, i’s budget-friendly and quality mobile phone.
They continuously innovate their products too.
When young global smartphone brand Vivo entered the mobile industry, the market was dominated by two or three names. But in a matter of years, Vivo changed the game.