Today, October 4, 2015, is the 6th Expat’s Day here in Seoul.     We went to church earlier than we usually do and arrived at the grounds of the World Cup Stadium before 11:30am. Contrary to all its hype, the event wasn’t that well-attended. My kids did enjoy the bouncy slide and the free… Read More

Upon seeing my growing potato patch, a very good friend thought I would be interested to grow other crops. So, he brought me seedlings for radishes and okra! I loved it and I immediately got inspired. I again got my hands dirty and tidied up the tiny patch of fertile soil on the other veranda.    … Read More

“I am Malala”.     This had been in my bag for several weeks now. Always waiting to be finished. But I have always taken its presence for granted thinking that I could make time for it when there’s notng left to be done. Of course, there’s always something that needs to be done. News… Read More

As a mom, I often find myself relying on others for help with my kids. It’s true, and I’ve spoken to other moms about this, too. They’re exactly the same. I don’t necessarily mean I need helping to look after them. But there are certain things that can go wrong when you have children and… Read More

School has started for my third grader. And because it’s another year, it’s going to be another yearlong structured learning again. And because I will myself to be involved in my son’s education, I took the chance to have a ‘chat’ with his homeroom adviser two days ago. I’m glad I did. I got to… Read More

There’s no denying that yoga is a brilliant way to exercise, stay healthy and have some fun all at the same time! Millions of people around the world take up yoga each year, and many of them do so in the comfort of their homes. Is that something that appeals to you? If so, you… Read More

Traveling with kids can be exhausting if you don’t occupy their time and let them just be sitting there. They are definitely going to nag, talk and complain that they are bored and tired. If you really want to avoid that and enjoy your trip as much as possible, you need to look for some… Read More

The “Buwan ng Wika sa Korea hatid ng The 601 Habit” finally kicked off yesterday with Interactive Lecture of the Filipino Culture for Kids at Kinderwelt. Kinderwelt is a Korean pre-school located in Gaebong. Around 40 pre-schoolers, with their teachers, listened and participated in the various activities depicting our Filipino way of life. The kids learned… Read More