Review: Mizon Multifunction Formula Snail Recovery Gel Cream

Hello everyone! It's been a long while since my last product review. I actually have lots of products to review but I didn't have time to do so. As what I've said in my past posts, we launched the website for our passion project and revamped the website for our other passion project so it's taking so much of my time. Thankfully, the sites are almost done now so I might be able to blog more from now on.

In this post, I will be reviewing about my current moisturizer - the Mizon Multifunction Formula Snail Recovery Gel Cream. I learned about this product through my curiosity about Kbeauty. I've been reading reviews about it being ideal for people with oily skin so I got one for myself with high hopes that this will end my search for my HG moisturizer.

We're on Teespring!

Hello everyone!

While we are busy adjusting to a new work schedule, working on a new website and running after our almost two-year old son, the husband found time to design for Teespring. He recently opened a virtual store there and his initial designs are inspired by no less than our little boy. If you are looking for tshirts with fun prints for your kids (or adults who are kid at heart), check our BabiFun products here.

Hope you find something that'll catch your fancy.

Slowing Down

In a few hours, we will be saying good bye to 2017 and welcome the new year, 2018. This year wasn't the easiest for us but I am still thankful for all the blessings and opportunities given to me and my family. I'm still doing ok with my home-based job although I wish I can work longer hours so I can earn more. But then, motherhood is still my primary job so my home-based job and blogging career will have to make do with whatever spare time I can get. My husband, on the other hand, left his office job (after more than 10 years) and venture to working at home too. His current job should have been ok except that he is working on a graveyard shift which is not ideal for us. We are still adjusting to this new schedule and hopefully we will be able to adapt well, or find a better opportunity in the days to come.

With that, we've been busy with running the house (and running after our child !) and I barely have time to blog, hence the title. I've decided to take things slow here and not pressure myself with twice-a-week post. More importantly, I need to focus on my new site, the Boracay Wedding Network and its predecessor, the Iloilo Wedding Network. I've been neglecting the latter for years now and I feel sorry for my followers and anyone looking for updated information about the wedding industry here in Iloilo.

So the first half of 2018, or until I have established my two wedding sites, you may find less posts here. But I promise to make it up, as always, when things go as planned.

Happy New Year everyone! May the coming year be as fruitful as the fruit basket on our tables. :D

Here’s Why Your Online Dating Profile Doesn’t Work

So, you decided to look for love online on pinalovesite. You found a decent dating site or application and got your membership. Filled out all the necessary information. Chose an image that represented you best.

And nothing is happening. Nothing. No one replies to your messages and no one texts you either. You are browsing the Net trying to find out if something is wrong with the site. But no, everything is totally fine and other users communicate and meet each other. So what is wrong?

We are 99% sure that you made one or a few mistakes when filling out your dating profile. So, here are the reasons why your profile does not seem to be alluring at all. They may serve as online dating profile tips, too.

How to Survive Working from Home as Hands-on Mama

Working at the comfort of your home sure sounds like an amazing opportunity for mothers but working from home at the same time looking after your kids, especially toddlers, isn't the easiest task in the world. Imagine in the middle of a conference call with a client when your child pooped or asked for milk. You either go on with your task and let your child finish on his own and pray that his dirt will not leak out his diaper or hold the call and deal with your child's mess at once. The former may be the most popular choice as choosing the latter can be detrimental to your job.

I've been working from home for over a year now and here are some tips I can share on how to survive being a WAHM (work at home mom) based on my own experience.

Find the most suitable job opportunity for you

The types of job we can find online vary - full time with fixed schedule, full time with flexible schedule, part time with fixed schedule and part time with flexible schedule. There are also project-based opportunities if you are not keen on doing long-term job commitments. For me, the most ideal is the part time flexible since it gives me the freedom to get the job done whenever I can, usually when my son is asleep.

Use your time wisely

While it helps to stick to a schedule, it's just so hard to do so when you have a toddler when often-changing schedule. Usually, I can't be glued on my computer screen when my son is awake since he's a fairly active boy and he tends to run around, climb furniture or eat anything. To make use of my time while looking after him, I'd usually do some offline tasks like drafting an article for my blog (like this article) using the good old pen and paper since I can take them with me when following him around. Sure I can use my mobile but I don't want my son to see me often glued to my gadgets.