Bucket Shrimps

  Have you ever wondered how thriving entrepreneurs traveled their road to success? Allow me to chit-chat BS man's inspirational journey. In 1989, Mr. BS migrated to the US with the hopes of fulfilling and living the American dream. He was a typical employee who worked from Monday to Friday and owned an event planning business.... Continue Reading →


http://youtu.be/9KHLJMTNCSA   Bon Bini Aruba Aruba is a 33-kilometer-long island of the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea, located 27 km north of the coast of Venezuela. Capital: Oranjestad Dialing code: 297 Currency: Aruban florin Government: Constitutional monarchy Official language: Papiamento language, Dutch Language The Locals: My one advice when you travel abroad is... Continue Reading →

Mussels & Shrimp Pasta

Mussels & Shrimp Pasta Recipe By: Spice of Leia Ingredients: 1 lb. linguine or spaghetti (my preference is brown rice spaghetti) ¼ cup olive oil 1 cup white wine 5 garlic cloves, minced ½ cup sun dried tomatoes ½ cup chopped basil leaves 2 oz. anchovies 2 lbs. mussels 1 lb. peeled shrimps Optional: Dash... Continue Reading →

Liz Uy

Stylized : Liz Uy Philippine’s top ranking stylist Liz Uy has earned her credibility to the fashion world. Her career started as an Editorial Assistant for Preview magazine in 2004. She has dressed some of Philippine’s most well-known—and well-dressed—names — Anne Curtis, Bea Alonzo, Marian Rivera, Georgina Wilson, Bianca Gonzalez, Sarah Geronimo, Julia Barretto, Isabelle... Continue Reading →

13.1 Lessons I Learned

          You took a chance and went for it~ you will never have to look back and wonder what if My 3rd Half Marathon! Yes, I can’t believe it myself. When I started running, my goal was to run a Half Marathon once in my life. Then came the Napa Half.... Continue Reading →

Auberge Du Soleil -Napa CA

Need I say more about the Michelin-starred resort restaurant in the heart of Silverado Trail. We opted out to splurge on our desserts at this place, since the reservations for lunch and dinner has to be made way in advance. The View: It  tremendously breathtaking. The panoramic view of the vineyard was astonishingly dramatic, in... Continue Reading →

Al’s Place

Chef-owner Aaron London’s characteristic of Al’s Menu is an inventive approach to seafood and vegetables. It is what it is- a Michelin starred restaurant nested at a snubbed corner of Valencia St & 25th. This New American, seafood, vegetarian restaurant was Bon Appetit’s  2015 Best New Restaurant in the US. London’s 46-seat restaurant emerges and... Continue Reading →


https://youtu.be/Q4_2AbomtIs This is Living 2016 - I promised myself that I will travel to places that I’ve never been to and explore. Ibiza is big in the international and local night life and electronic music scene, but I discovered that there is so much more to cherish on this island. The island is not as... Continue Reading →


Bienvenido a mi mundo en Barcelona Barcelona- the San Francisco of Spain- well close enough. The hilly roads, food culture, fabled architecture and the Diversity. Barcelona is a seaside city. The cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region. After a 15 ½ hour flight – Barcelona opened my mind and heart to possibilities in life. Learning... Continue Reading →

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