DSC00206Nothing beats natural.

A friend once mentioned about eating pineapple for a well-scented vagina. We immediately rushed out to buy pineapples.  We did not really take it seriously.

Recently, as I was researching about fruits I came across so many articles about the correlation between eating pineapple and the smell and taste of vagina!  They even conducted a study.


Honestly speaking I like this.  I am the type of person who gets turned on by good smell.  Consequently, I also want to smell and taste good down there.  I think of this as a responsibility that each couple should bear in mind.  For me, in whatever point you are in your relationship whether you are still dating or have been married for more than 10 years, you owe it to each other to be presentable both visually and olfactorily. Don’t you think?


Hey… if you are thinking green well that is up to you! ^_^ But this is for our well being as women right?  Nothing sacrilegious intended here guys.

If you have other tips to share with us do not hesitate to type it down in the comment section. ^_^ Cheers!


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When do you say “Enough is enough!” in business?

Often times we hear TV personalities/entrepreneurs say on air “Never give up on your dreams.”. Or business tycoons get quoted as saying “The hardest part in business is starting up.”. but when does one say “Enough is enough?

While it is  given that a business venture be it a large scale or a small scale business is a gamble. There are no sure winners or losers in this field. We have seen the worst business proposal go boom and hit big, and we have also seen the most airtight, sure fire, sure hit business proposal tank and sink.

These scenarios create some sort of  confusion in the newbie entrepreneur department. So when do we say “Enough is enough.” ?

We are into business ourselves and we have shifted from one business into another. From Amway to Mary Kaye. From buying and selling to selling homemade somethings. LOL! As of the present we are lucky enough to be hooked in by one of my husband’s students in buying and selling Samsung Home Appliance and Home Entertainment Systems. It is not that much but it helps the family budget nonetheless.

The fear of investing hard earned money drives people crazy. Some people become paranoid with just about every petty little problem that comes in the way. Some people start to lose weight due to pressures. Others start to gain weight. Some become grouchy and unapproachable, and there are others who become reclusive.  Despite these, it’s time to morph and shed off whatever fear we have if we want to move up the financial ladder.

So, when do you say enough is enough?


push…move forward


Here’s a true story about one of Thailand’s billionaire, who believed and followed his dreams by hook or by crook.  I hope you will be inspired by this as I am.




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Filipinos being in a tropical country love fruits…. green, unripe fruits.  This is very much contrary to western food preference.  I have an American colleague, who was a bit confused.  He was wondering why we torture ourselves eating sour, crunchy green mangoes when we can wait for a little while and have a sweet, tasty, and soft ripe mango. He must have thought of this as really silly, lol.

Oh well, that is I guess the beauty of having so many fruits.  We can afford to eat anytime, anywhere in whatever form we like it.  We can also afford to be creative in how we serve them.

Like dip it in….

soy sauce

vinegar with salt


shrimp paste

This is the Filipino way.  I remember, when I was in primary years my sisters and I used to buy the  sliced green mangoes for 1 peso and we dipped it in vinegar with salt.  Then sip the vinegar dip after.  Oh my, reminiscing those times makes me salivate, lol.

Thai dipping is quite different, in a sense that it is full of chillies. They have variety of dippings which are pretty exotic and yummy too.  For now, I will feature 2 favorites of mine.

PRIK KLEAU is a mixture of salt, sugar, and powered chillies. But there are twice as much salt than sugar.  So, it is dominantly salty with a bit of sweetness.

prik kleau    DSC00206

BUAI on the other hand has the same composition as prik kleau but with the addition of powdered dried plum.  There are twice as much sugar than salt.  It is sweet with a bit of saltiness.

buai   buai1


These two are very easy to do.  You can try this at home.  Let us know how you find it. Don’t forget the chillies.  It would not be Thai without it.


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Indoor toys!

Summer and Derick both love motorbike rides.  My husband drives both of them around the village every afternoon for a joy ride.

They love it.  Most especially Derick.  It is a new experience for him.  I can see the excitement and enthusiasm in his eyes every time he rides with his dad.

So we bought them toy bikes/trikes that they can use indoors.  The first one is a glider type.  It doesn’t have a dynamo.  It is propelled by swinging the steering handles left to right. The second one runs on a motor powered by a rechargeable a battery.


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Please just don’t mind the clutter and writings on the wall, all courtesy of  Summer and Derick ^_^.  We don’t have a “help or a housekeeper” at home. Working parents find it very difficult maintaining a tidy place with kids around. ^_^ Cheers!

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Pregnant women harassment

“Whatever else the tabloid-media feel a sick need to spew out of their venomous bowels,

let that be their lame choice. But there should be some moral

It doesn’t matter who the woman is or what she does,” she wrote.

“No one should ever be publicly judged for their body, but to attack an

expecting mother is sacrilegious and just plain wrong. A pregnant woman

should not be criticized for her shape, period!!” – Helena Christensen

I read this from OMG yesterday.

Firstly, I was struck by the braveness of Helena to openly defend women against media harassment (not really kim Kardashian).  I salute you.  It was also a sort of an eye-opener for me.  Every now and then I read about entertainment. Everytime there are negative articles about how someone gained weight, about how awful this female celebrity looks.  Before it was Jessica Simpson and now Kim Kardashian.  There have been many others as well.  But these two women are the most sensationalized.

 Secondly, negative criticisms on a pregnant woman is way too cruel, unscrupulous and brainless. I mean, seriously? What do you expect? She will get thinner.  I feel bad for Kim, or even Jessica.  Don’t get me wrong. I’m not a fan.  But I’m a mother.  No matter how tough or I-don’t-care-what-they-say type of personality a woman has, but when a woman is pregnant it’s a totally different story. All these physical and hormonal changes play havoc on a woman’s emotions.

While reading the article, I imagine myself being bullied and laughed at because everything in me is getting bigger and bigger.  Oh my gosh! I was so big and ugly during my second pregnancy.  Had I heard negative criticisms from people around me back then, it would have really devastated me.  I mean honestly speaking, being pregnant is not a walk in the park.  It’s quite difficult.  So negative criticisms would not really help.  It’s like adding insult to injury.

So I strongly agree with Helena. Articles criticizing women because of their looks, appearance, and weight are just out right bullying. Articles criticizing pregnant women are just monstrously foul and unethical.


qqeust How do you feel about media harassment in general?




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