Wednesday, November 10, 2010


be yourself because the people that matter don't mind and the ones that mind don't matter.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

How young is too young?

The thought has NEVER crossed my mind.... until now. Easy weirdos... He's in his mid-20s.

What's funny is the double standard. I've dated older guys and never thought twice about it. Not even when I was with the "silver fox" kind of guys. I didn't care or think about it really. I even laughed with my friends who joked about it. And I know these older loved to be hanging out with a pretty girl almost two decades younger. What an ego boost!

I don't know why I feel like its wrong to be attracted to a young, good-looking, personable intelligent guy who has great manners. It is so not wrong! F**k that! In fact, big ups to me for still having that kind of pull. That being said, now I know I'm trippin. I'm not trying to marry the guy. He's just super fun to flirt with.


Sunday, August 1, 2010

10 Things I Can No Longer Pull Off as a Woman in my 30s (Part1)

10 Things I Can No Longer Pull Off as a Woman in my 30s (Part1)
1.       Purposefuly tattered mini jean skirts.  Like I can fit into anything at American Eagle anymore anyways... 
2.       Different colored fingernail polish on each fingernail.
3.       Posing proudly with a domestic beer can.  With any can. With any liquor. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we get it, you can drink... 
4.       Not apologizing.
5.       Pajama bottoms/slippers in public.
6.       Pulling all nighters. Oh my god, the eye skin trauma!

to be continued...


Ten Must DOs for a Gal in her 30s

1.       Having some basic manners does wonders. Saying "please" and "thank you" never hurt anybody.
2.       Spend good money on that eye cream. It really works!
3.       Drink a lot of water, especially before , during, and after you drink alcohol. Its a lifesaver when you have improptu drinks on school nights.
4.       Fit in some exercise. Looking good hurts  =)
5.       Take a vacation!
6.       Know when advice is wanted or when a person just wants to vent. Speaking your mind is not always necessary nor welcome.
7.       Keep a close, small circle of family members and very good friends. These are the people who really know you and will give you the best advice ever. Plus, its fun to catch up!
8.       In most aspects, have no shame in your game! Who the hell cares what other people think. But, if news of your social life gets back to the office.... Uh-oh?!
9.       Replace those IKEA pictures on the wall with some art, any art with real character. I’m going to puke if I see the picture with pink daisies on another chic’s wall.
10.   Its ok to be into the Hills and the Jersey Shore. For super-busy girls, fun and mindless shows are super entertaining. I’m soooo hooked.


Monday, May 3, 2010

Tony said this wine spoke to him...

I hope its as good as it looks!


Don't hate, meditate!

I am a snow leopard fighting my way through the snowstorm. Rawr!

Thanks for the advice Rick Ross! This friend shared his freestyle meditation: Pick one animal you like and imagine yourself taking on certain characteristics of that animal. For example, he is a bear. He is calm but if you mess with him, he will hurt you. This dude is always calm. except when he laughs hysterically. Its pretty funny. Being a bear is very apropos for him.

Anywho, I like this concept and have used it when I've had to work get work done late night. Plus, it waaaaay better than being a puma. Thats played out. Just like cougars are. Ha. I shouldn't joke, I might end up being one.

Thursday, March 25, 2010


Yesssss! I love this time of year. No more winter blues! I had a bad case of winter blues this time around, and besides other things, I really do think it has to do with cloudy skies and rain... a typical NorCal winter? Not used to it. I hope spring time in NorCal means sunny days.

Where I come from, San Diego and Santa Barbara, aka the "promise lands" (ha), its warm and sunny everyday...literally. Winter means... nothing. Its nice to experience seasons, but I am fine visiting those places, not having permanent residency there. I like having my golden brown tan all year long (it kinda helps to be Filipino). I don't want to have to carry a jacket around everyday "just in case." I love to see the shine shining and feel warm. People are happier when the sun shines, including me.

Spring also means new beginnings. Although January 1st is a day when people vow to better their lives, its all talk about what they want to do. Now that the sun is out and its Spring, people are motivated to go out and do something about realizing their goals. Work and school goals, love goals, weight goals, any goals are actually being put into action. Now, more people I know have been landing new jobs. I can't tell you how many times I have heard people talking about the new diet she is actually on or new exercise plan she is actually doing. Sun comes out = people make better effort to live healthy = people wear less clothes = everyone looks good = I'm gonna get me some. Yeah!