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My Rainbow has Peacock details

I was supposed to attend my best friend’s baby’s first birthday but wasn’t able to because we had no car and the weather sucks at the same time. Too bad I missed the party.

I wore this colorful ensemble contrasting the gloomy weather. Although things didn’t work out the way we planned it, found an alternative way of spending the rainy afternoon.

We originally planned to watch Transformers but as expected on a Saturday afternoon, Greenbelt cinema tickets are sold out. So we had a simple dinner and had coffee instead.

Just behind my office in Rufino Tower, a strip of restaurants and food stops (including jolly jeep) can be found. And this is our first time to try Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things, which we both enjoyed.

Their buffalo wings are truly delectable, plus your choice of fries or rice with salsa. Their Fan Faves (Php 199.00) includes large iced tea is definitely worth it.


Then off to Figaro Greenbelt.

Next to UCC, Figaro is my choice. I love the ambiance and the coffee. They also serve pasta and rice meals (which are a bit pricey). You can never go wrong with Figaro and their coffee especially on a gloomy, rainy afternoon like this.



Pig-Out after Work-Out

 When we exercise, the body produces endorphins which results to having a feeling of well-being. This maybe one of the reasons why there are people who work their asses out almost every day at the gym. Not only does it make you look and feel good about yourself, but it also imprints a smile on your face.

I used to dread my new work schedule (7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.) because it’s really hard to wake up as early as 5:00 a.m. every day. But in my 2 months here, I’ve learned to live with it and also found reasons and benefits why it isn’t so bad. One of them is I am able to work out in the afternoon without having to wait 30 minutes for my turn to use the machines. 

After a tiring yet fulfilling afternoon of work out, headed to North Park to regain my energy and satisfy my hunger.

You can never go wrong with North Park, especially if you’re a Chinese food lover like me. We spent roughly around 500 bucks (including service charge). It’s a bit pricey considering we only ordered yang chow fried rice, wanton noodle soup and steamed sharksfin dumplings, but I assure you, you’ll definitely get your money’s worth.