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Christmas Gift Guide 4

My sister thought I was crazy. I love collecting all sorts of travel kits and vanity pouches (kikay kits). I don’t know why but I just simply love it. So no wonder that this would make a perfect Christmas gift if you would ask me, lol! PS. – Checkout the rest of theKaloka’s Christmas Gift Guide: […] CONTINUE READING →

Christmas Gift Guide 2

Because I have to hit 2 birds with one stone today, here’s no. 2 of my Christmas Gift Guide. Gift Boutique Blackboard Piggy Bank is literally a piggy bank. Great gifts for children because you don’t only teach them the value of savings but they will learn how to dream and work on it. This is actually […] CONTINUE READING →

UNICEF Auction for Action

In celebration of the 20th year of National Children’s Month, UNICEF Philippines will be holding the second UNICEF Auction for Action, an online auction for the benefit of the children under the UNICEF programs in the Philippines. The online auction presented and curated by UNICEF Special Advocate for Children Daphne Oseña Paez will be featuring art pieces from renowned […] CONTINUE READING →

The First Lady’s Speech and Shoes

First of all, the First Lady is wearing who? She’s wearing a custom-made Tracy Tracy Reese dress. Though pink is not my cup of tea, Michelle Obama looks fresh, vibrant and smart in a printed pink-and-blue sleeveless piece as she delivered her speech at the Democratic National Convention yesterday, 4th Septemeber 2012 in Charlotte, North […] CONTINUE READING →

100th Most Powerful Woman in the World

Forbes recently released its list of the 100 Most Powerful Women of 2012. Same last year, Angela Merkel of Germany tops the list. Dubbed as the “Iron Lady of Europe”, Merkel ranks #4 in the Most Powerful People list. Of the 100 women that we must look up to, I would like to single out […] CONTINUE READING →

Credit Cards and You Part 2

In my previous post about credit cards (read here), I have learned to always sign up for an online statement of account specially if you are based abroad and your credit card is issued from your country of origin. Its best to have access anytime, anywhere. As I have mentioned in that post, I have […] CONTINUE READING →

Anti Depression Loans

In a 3rd world country, depression as a psychological problem is often neglected. As a matter of fact, due to extremely high poverty level, it is just but common for people to be depressed so it has become a normal occurrence like fever and colds…you just need a paracetamol. Finally the Philippine government has taken […] CONTINUE READING →

Luxurious Obsession Can Lead to a Crime

My good friend “Master Diwara” shared this article on her Facebook account. I read it the first thing in the morning, even before I read emails in my office inbox. Girls never stopped dressing up from the moment we learn how to make paper dolls and clothes up until today when we are in the real […] CONTINUE READING →

Happy 30th Birthday! You’re £10M Richer!

The Duke of Cambridge whom we all know as Prince William is turning 30 today. As he celebrates his birthday in a low-key and private party with friends, he is also legally entitled to get 50% share of the inheritance from his late mother Princess of Wales Diana. What should Prince William do with the £10M? […] CONTINUE READING →

In the News: The Hermes Inside Job

PS. (as in Pre-script) Do not social climb and use fake. Real women do not use fake. “Multi-million-dollar Counterfeit Birkin ring revealed to be run by Hermes STAFF as police bust global knock-off operation” Luxury design house, Hermès has finally caught the people responsible for peddling imitation bags – and some of them work at […] CONTINUE READING →

Father’s Day Gift Ideas from Amazon.com

Timberland Men’s Hookset Passcase Wallet $52 This is really panic buying. Father’s Day will be tomorrow June 17. So if you haven’t figured out what to give. Go and checkout Shop Amazon – Father’s Day Gifts. I don’t like buying sleepwears for myself but I love receiving one so I would probably suggest men’s sleepwear as […] CONTINUE READING →