Fun Farm Frolicking

An endless sea of cloudless blue sky and the sun shining bright, the perfect concoction for a quick Sunday getaway. I’ve been itching to bring my daughter outdoors for a recreational activity for a while now. So when my cousin mentioned a farm they went to with her son, I immediately jumped on the idea. … Continue reading Fun Farm Frolicking

Project Bodice and Skirt

After weeks of studying the craft of making clothes, I have decided it is time to apply what I have learned into actual art. After much thumb flexing by scrolling through images after images of fashion pegs on my phone, I found the inspiration to put my skills to the test. *all photos here taken … Continue reading Project Bodice and Skirt

Traveling Mom Hacks

My husband and I have been planning to make a quick out of country get away this summer and I have been constantly racking my brain on coming up with a must-bring list for the possible trip. My baby just turned one so that means she already takes solids. This also means that my top … Continue reading Traveling Mom Hacks

Fifty Sage of Green

*photo taken from internet I have always been partial on all shades of color green from the lightest to the darkest. So I’m pretty psyched that this year, it’s all about the greenery for pantone. I’m already scheming about the shades and tones of the color that would go perfect for tops and dresses. As … Continue reading Fifty Sage of Green

The Life of a Breastfeeding Mom

Today marks exactly a month after I quit breastfeeding my child so I thought to write about breastfeeding. I thought this would elicit a feeling of pure euphoria for me but what I didn't expect is the also the feeling of sadness. For the past year, I have dedicated my life to a 30-minute pumping … Continue reading The Life of a Breastfeeding Mom

Sewing on Paper

I remember the first time I drove a car. I was nervous yet excited at the same time. As an eighteen year old, the adrenaline rush of tasting what it’s like to be an independent adult made me feel giddy enough to have a hard time operating the pedals of a manual car. I was … Continue reading Sewing on Paper

Taking Baby Steps Alongside My Baby

  I finally did it. I finally went ahead and enrolled myself to fashion school to satiate my hunger of love for clothes. There’s something about clothes that naturally draws me into its world. I have a feeling it has something to do with projecting a sense of power. You know the part when geeky … Continue reading Taking Baby Steps Alongside My Baby