Street Art: Cebu

I took these shots inside the car while in the middle of traffic. There was an entire wall of street art but I couldn't get off the car to take a picture. *wah (T_T)* Cebu is a visual load of paint and art. Everywhere there were murals, street art, art etc. Electricity poles were painted to look like sticks of crayon. How cool is that?! I wish the local government invests in art more instead of campaign banners or product advertisements. I would love to see Philippine streets explode in art. Wouldn't you?! :)

More of my Cebu travel diary:
Cebu travel diary Vol.01

Travel diary: Cebu

I'm still on high from all the travelling I have been doing the past few days. The most memorable one was, of course, Cebu. It was my first time to board a plane, and I have never been outside Luzon. Everyone was speaking a dialect I cannot comprehend. *lol*

Cebu travel diary | Up in the air

Cebu travel diary | Magellan's Cross

This trip was sponsored by my Mom and her friends so I was just tagging along. *haha* After arriving at Mactan Airport, we went straight to Cebu city proper for lunch at Zubuchon (ahh their lechon is definitely the best!). Then we just went around the city taking in the sights.

Cebu travel diary | Magellan's Cross

The place was under construction so no picture of the actual cross. We only spent an afternoon here. Our main destination is much farther away so we didn't get to do much sightseeing.

Cebu travel diary | Basilica del Santo Nino

Cebu travel diary | Basilica del Santo Nino lighting candles

I did a lot of introspection and praying on this trip. I hoped to find the answers to the chaos inside me. God definitely delivered. He always does, I think he has answered them long before I asked but I was just not ready to listen. This time though, I am ready and I'm thankful for the message. I'm still struggling but the confusion is all gone. :) I am ready to #fly.

Cebu travel diary | from where I stand

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Street Art: Cebu

Sun, Sea, Air: outfits

I've always loved shoes but I don't want to be obsessed with them because (1) I don't have space in my tiny (but cute) home and (2) I have other things I need to spend my money on.

Since I go out a lot these days whether it be at school, errands, events, travels etc. A nice comfortable shoes is my best friend. I have like 1 flats for dressy occasions and a ton of sneakers. I keep thinking I should invest in good quality shoes that are not sneakers. I can't wear sneakers everywhere (although I try to haha).

What do you think of this summer outfit? Haha I just can't give up the little girl look. I'm obsessed with bowler hats lately. I wonder where I can find one with ears like this. My clothes are mostly in blacks or grays because it's so easy to wear. They go with anything. I try not to wear dark colors during summer because they attract more heat but if I wear a breezy outfit like this it can work right?!

My Mom and I will go to Cebu mid-March for some (okay a lot huhu summer) sun, sea and air. I need to get a pair of beach sandals soon.

How about this for school outfit? I like to dress up when I go to school. At least if my face start looking stressed I still look put together. *lol*

I'm currently obsessed with yellow. In all shades. I read it's my spirit color this year. hehe

This outfit is also perfect when I attend events or bazaars. I can just change my shoes to one of these:

Flats! I love flats! Perfect for everything.

Did I mention these shoes are also fold-able? Very easy to pack when I travel. No hassle bringing them with me when I start wandering. They are made locally by Mishka shoes. I firmly believe in supporting local brands. These are not just shoes you're buying, you are buying a piece of someone's passion and hard work.

Mishka Shoes is currently available in Landmark Makati located at the 2nd floor of Shoe Section. You can also catch them in different bazaar events around the Metro. Check their facebook page for updates. :)

Maker's Market, March 2015

Amazing things happen when you do what you love.

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Last Sunday, I went to Maker's Market at Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons Pasig. I loved it there. Me being an SM kid, I appreciate the cozy atmosphere. It's not yet crowded which was perfect for my first bazaar. A huge crowd terrifies me. *lol*

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It's a curious feeling being scared and excited at the same time. It's that feeling you get when you're looking down from a great height. Sometimes all you need to do is take a deep breath and free fall. :) I will definitely treasure the feeling. I will not lose the vision. :)

Thank you to the organizers, fellow sellers and especially you guys who stopped, looked and listened to our handmade stories.

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Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons Pasig

Here are more photos of the fair:

Smarty Plants PH

Rugged Prince

Soul Flower

Numinous Jewelry designs