My cousing Hilda once opened my eyes to the value of supporting local businesses. In our current mall culture, most of the small scale entrepreneurs have all but disappeared. We have given up handmade cloth for ready to wear, local
Little girls grow into big girls and then into young ladies. I often think about whether I should pass on my dislike for trinkets on to my daughter, but even at this early age I know that’s not going to
Lil’ Whims started out as an online store and is perhaps THE ONLY store where you can get your Instax on =) I dropped by to visit my friend Jhem Ang who manages the store and had a fascinating time discovering the store and its products.
I had been looking through ebay again for stores that may be offering clearance backpacks when my photography teacher Rolly Magpayo announced that he was selling his 2-year-old Tamrac Expedition 7x for a fraction of the original cost.
I could not resist this, even after the holidays have passed. Chestnuts (castañas) were a staple in the Christmases of my childhood, and mornings were not complete without the sweet nut. We were at the mall for groceries this afternoon,
I’ve been curious about Black Rapid camera straps ever since I saw them at Joseph Leh’s Filters Exchange Website. Until then the only straps I have tried are the Optech and Crumpler ones. Optech because it’s what I use now,
I have always wanted a Danboard, also known as a Danbo, ever since I went into photography. But when I first learned about them they were so expensive and out of my financial reach. That was two years ago.
Traditional bridesmaid dresses in the Philippines tend to be more on the gown side than on the dress side, and I realized that this was quite impractical, especially after watching a segment on one of Oprah Winfrey’s shows. The point
Now that I have discovered an alternative method of shipping stuff, a whole new array of goods that can be purchased online has revealed itself to me. One of these stores is Personal Creations, where goods are shipped to you