After a two-week delay, I finally got my fourth IPL laser underarm hair removal treatment from La Estetica-Tomas Morato branch. As I still had two vouchers left and both are expiring this month, I thought of giving the other voucher to my sister J. We went to the clinic yesterday afternoon and we were finished in no time.
So far, I have observed that my underarms now have less and finer hair. My underarm hair used to be on the thick side, you know. They may be far from being hairless, but I can say I’m quite satisfied with the changes. I plan to buy new IPL vouchers but will choose a different clinic because I want to get more laser clicks. While my first IPL session from a different beauty clinic gave me several clicks per underarms, La Estetica during my second, third and fourth session only gave me four clicks each. As with most of you, I also want to get full value for my money.
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It’s been two months and 19 days since I started my new weight loss journey and I’m happy to report that I have already lost 8 lbs. It’s a slow but sure progress and I wouldn’t ask for it any other way. Currently, I weigh 130 lbs. This is a big achievement for me because I really wanna reach my ideal weight of 115 lbs. before the year ends.
Don’t ask me about my dietary habits because I don’t follow a particular diet plan. I just watch and record what I eat. I don’t even have the time or the drive to exercise. I live a sedentary life. As an office girl, I sit in front of the computer all throughout the day. But if you’re really insistent, I’d like to recommend the Ketogenic diet as I wanna try it soon. I heard even those with Sous Chef Jobs that have the tendency to overeat because they’re always in front of food lose weight with the help of this diet plan. Just google it to find out how it really works.
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So, I was just blog hopping one random weekday last month when I chanced upon this local site that sold sexy white shirts in plain scoop and V-necks. After getting awed by its classic appeal and simplicity, I felt the urge to buy one. It’s pretty cheap at P395 (plus P50 shipping fee within Metro Manila), though I have gotten myself a really nice white V-neck at half the price many moons ago.
Image taken from SexyWhiteShirt.com
In other words, I did buy the shirt. But not before searching the net for reviews of real people on the quality of the shirt. It seemed my gut feel was right because all the reviews I have read were affirming the shirt’s good cotton fabric that didn’t stretch or shrink after several washes.
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Back to normal, I’d like to think that’s the state of things today. Yesterday was chaotic. Typhoon Pedring (international name: Nesat) battered Manila and several provinces with gusty winds and rainfall. It was actually more wind than rain. I swear, I could hear the whistles and howls of the winds from our windows. It was scary. It didn’t help that we had no power the entire day. It was a good thing work and classes were suspended.
I was at home with my two siblings all day. My mom, dad and sister N braved the typhoon and joined a few relatives in going to the wake of my aunt in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija. They planned to attend the last night of her wake and the burial service scheduled this morning. They arrived in the town last night, but not before getting stranded at a zig-zaggy road leading to my aunt’s house. The water from the river went above the bridge they were about to cross. They had to wait for a few hours for the flood waters to subside. I kept calling my mom to check on their well-being and I was extremely relieved when I got a text from her informing that they finally reached their destination.
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Ancient buildings, diverse religions and fragrant foods are just some of the things you can expect to find in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. The city is home to significant iconic landmarks and is rich in history, as well as providing shopping and traditional dining experiences. You can expect to find pleasant and warm weather here, with the annual temperature averaging 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.
If you are looking for adventure and excitement, the Feast of the Black Nazarene is a huge annual event held every January. Each year, it attracts millions of followers who barefoot, carry a dark colored wooden, life sized model of Jesus Christ through the streets, in imitation of Jesus on his way to Mount Calvary. It is a busy and hectic celebration so there is nothing like finding a peaceful and traditional restaurant to relax and have dinner in afterwards, or go back to your hotel room to play PartyCasino.it on your laptop and read some tourist book guides.
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