How to enjoy a long-haul flight with a toddler

My first US trip with my 18-month old daughter was the quickest and one of the bravest adventures that we had together, so far.

How we saved our first international trip with our toddler from failure

Back to when we can freely go to any neighboring countries with ease…

Mom-daughter commute experience at Sentosa Island

If you’re planning to go on an adventure without your kid, you will benefit from the things we learned on this trip.

Mom and baby’s first road trip at two months postpartum to an eco-park resort in Batangas

At two months postpartum, Kerrigan and I were ready to explore places together on our first-ever road trip adventure.

A first-time mom’s guide on US tourist visa application – (for the parent with a toddler edition)

When I was pregnant with Kerrigan, I vowed to have lots of fun activities and trips together. It includes going on an international trip before she turns two. And just as planned, when I got my pre-baby strength back at two months old, we drove to our first out-of-town trip to San Pablo, Batangas. At fourContinue reading “A first-time mom’s guide on US tourist visa application – (for the parent with a toddler edition)”

Lakbay Museo, a glimpse of a vibrant Pinas

Take hundreds of photos all you want but don’t skip the chance to enjoy the colours of the Philippines in this indoor museum.

How this hotel in the South saved us in the middle of the night

For today’s blog, I’m sharing how our September trip to Nuvali almost sent us back home in the middle of the night. Thankfully, the universe had a better plan and led us to Seda, Nuvali.

Here’s why Enchanted Kingdom’s Trick or Treat event was worth the money

How we capped off this year’s Halloween celebration

A week in our lives: What it’s like to have an integrated work-life lifestyle.

In this post, I’m going to share the events that transpired in one whole week so you too can thrive the work-life integrated lifestyle.

How to commute in Rome with a toddler in tow [Part 2]

Rome will always be home, but it doesn’t mean I am familiar with everything about it. Surprisingly, things haven’t changed that much in terms of commuting around the city.