Sunday, January 10, 2010

Project 365: #10 Tong-its

JAN 10: Tong-its

My husband's family is almost complete. His mom and sister is with us tonight. This is just one of their bonding moments.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Project 365: #9 Bookworm

JAN 9: Bookworm

He's nine years old and he's into Mitch Albom and Paolo Coelho. This is aside from the fact that he also reads the Harry Potter series, the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, and Bob Ong's books. I'm not a bookworm. He got it probably from his dad.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Project 365: #8 Work-at-Starbucks

JAN 8: Friday Madness

I woke up today to the sound of my phone ringing. It was the bus driver much to my surprise. So I woke up late, probably slept through the alarm, and ended up bringing my son to school myself. From his school, I went straight to Starbucks to finish my online tasks. It's either I should add one more alarm clock in the house or I should stop sleeping late at night.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Project 365: #7 Trying out something new.

JAN 7: Hair Care

I'm trying out a new set of shampoo and conditioner. I don't know if it can bring wonders to my hair. My hair's a little dry and dull nowadays. And I'm having hairfall problems, too.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Project 365: #6 Fighting the Fat

JAN 6: Change my goal? Nah!

I'm now working out daily via Wii Fit Plus and I make it a point to burn this much calories a day. I do this by doing the advanced aerobic games yoga, and strength training exercises. It takes 3 hours for me to reach this goal but it's ok since I see the results already. This 2010, I'm fighting the fat the healthier way. No more pills and crash diets.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Project 365: #5 Missing Bicol Already

JAN 5: Pili tarts.

I still have the back to work blues. But I tried to humor myself by taking a shot of some of the goodies we brought back from Bicol. They are part of the first set of photos I captured using my DIY lightbox.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Project 365: #4 I Love You, Goodbye

JAN 4: Goodbye glasses.

I am not buying frameless glasses anymore. I guess, this kind is not the best for accident prone people like me. It will cost me 500 bucks to replace that broken lens. And to think that I just bought that pair last October! Once I get this pair repaired, I'm gonna keep it and use it occasionally.