Firstly, I’d like to thank my lovely readers who kept on coming back. I created this blog simply to compile what I do to keep on top of things even if I am lazy. Not working hard but working smart. I was not aware that anybody would even be interested with my laziness. Anyways, I
I’m noticing I’ve been doing a lot of DIY lately. I really do enjoy doing them. I think it’s therapeutic. It’s so nice when you can proudly say you made something. Especially when it’s for someone you love. I’m really not the DIY girl. I did crafts when I was in high school and a
I cannot say how much thankful I am to my Medela Freestyle for the hands-free pumping goodness it offers. But before I had Freestyle, my then breast pump was the Medela Swing. It never really bothered me that I had to hold the pump while pumping because I don’t do it as much as office
I’m used to Big J doing his own haircut. He’d just pick up a hair clipper and be done with it. When Jack Jack reached his first year, I knew he’d need a haircut. I wanted to bring him to those chic-fancy kid’s salons where he gets access to cartoons on LCD TV. And toys.
Remember when I told you that hubby and I wish to live in a self-sustained house? Well, that includes living and eating as natural and as organic as we can. We’re also planning on baking our own bread – from scratch. The problem with that is – I don’t bake. I don’t bake. I. Don’t.