The best photographs in the entire world will never even be at par with the awesome-ness of this trip. Great friends on a great journey equals the greatest adventures ever. <3
I enjoyed myself too much with my camera, thus resulting to the gazilion pictures I have in my laptop right now.
It’s Christmas Shopping season already and here’s an awesome gift idea for your girlfriends out there - Maori Accessories!
It’s a new online shop featuring the newest, hippest fashion trends! I was super inlove with Maori Accessories because the first collection is as unique as it can get. Hippie headbands and feathers!
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Its Halloween Time and we all know what comes after that - Christmas!
And we also know what Christmas equates to - Shopping! Every year, Christmas Shopping is something I look forward to because gift-buying for myself and for others is the most awesome thing on the planet.
But yes, I’ve had shopping faux pas countless times. Buying things I end up not using. So before I do my Annual Christmas Shopping, here’s a list of things I’ve realized upon committing endless shopping mistakes:
1. Never bring all your savings to a bazaar/tiangge/sale.
Always and I mean always just bring an amount you know you can spend without crying afterwards why spent all that money! In the past, I always want to kill myself after a shopping spree because I realize my yearly savings just flew out the window!
2. Fit/try everything you are buying.
Whether its clothes, shoes, accessories and what not, try it first! If you see me in person, I’m super skinny and everything off the rack fits me. NOT. I always think that since I’m so thin, I don’t have to fit the clothes I buy but to my surprise, this is why I buy stuff that I end up not using. Either the fit is off or the fabric doesn’t look good on me, etc.
3. Bring a family member/friend along with you.
Since my taste in clothes are sometimes or always outrageous, I find others’ opinion really important. I need someone to tell me “What are you thinking?” when I’m buying clothes. Trust me, others’ opinion really helps.
4. Buying things on sale does not mean you’re saving.
How many times did you go shopping on a sale and ended up spending more? Sales are intended to hypnotize people they are “saving” but in fact, you’re spending so much more with all the impulse buying.
I hope all of you will learn something from my mistakes. I wish everyone a great Christmas Shopping experience. (Pictures are taken by me from my latest trip abroad)
Pictures from the Ocean Park Leg of my recent Hong Kong Trip.
Realization: Pandas are the cutest thing on Earth!
It’s my first time in Ocean Park and the place is enormous. Spent half-day in the entire place and it wasn’t enough to check all the attractions. Even our coach driver told us to just choose the places we want to check out since even one whole day wouldn’t be enough to go thru all the park facilities.
Then again, I <3 PANDAS!!!
Oh! And the greatest thing about Ocean Park, its actually a charity organization. For example, you buy a panda stuffed toy, the money goes to the panda funds. If you buy a dolphin stuffed toy, the money goes to the dolphin funds. :)) Cool and noble right?