Friday, August 31, 2012

BC Bloggers' Meme: Top 5 Blogs You Regularly Read.

Earlier, while waiting and fixing some things here in our PC, I open my email and checked BC Blogger's Meme for this week. It's about the blogs I regularyly read. To be totally honest, I haven't been so active in visiting blogs lately because of work and other important matters I'm attending to. However, this topic interests me so I'm jotting down my top 5 fave blogs! ^o^


Apologies for my absence AGAIN! I'm working on getting a new router this month for easy connection purposes but it seems that my budget was eaten up due to unavoidable expenses. It's kind of disturbing that my family always has health related issues and expenses for medicines and series of tests was pulling us out!

So now, I'm gonna sell some of my 'new' (yes, new!) stuff to ease the burden out. Hoping I can get some buyers by making a post here. :)


Original Price: P3,290
Selling Price: P2,500

Monday, August 27, 2012

Product Review: Strip It + Giveaway!

When I entered the Korean camp, I was really, really occupied and almost working 24/7 for 2 months so I didn't had the chance to blog about the past sponsors from my previous blog and what better time to do it than NOW. 

It's about this waxing kit called Strip It! Waxing is not new to me anymore. I already battled with the 'oouch' and 'eeewch' of the past. However, this kit is different. It's cold wax so there's little pain and it's easy to clean up. Even doing it solo is a breeze!

Strip It Kit!

Saturday, August 25, 2012


It's obvious from all my previous post that I say APC Summer Camp 2012 is a huge success! After all the students arrived and left, they brought fruitful memories I will forever cherish! Now, there's still one thing they left anyway - TOILETRIES! (nyahaha!)

The day the students left the camp, they also left some 'unimportant' things that they won't or should I say preferred not to carry back home. Instead of adding more weight in their luggage, they would likely leave ALL of their 'other' stuff. See for yourself! :)

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Presents from my favorite people!

When the camp ended, me and my students exchanged gifts and letters. What's amazing with gift-giving is that it makes you more connected to the person who gave it to you. Personally, I prefer receiving gifts with messages. For me, it makes it more intimate.

I am so happy to receive such wonderful presents from the people I treasure the most in the camp! I love their messages to bits! Take a peek!


Product Review: CUTEY

Before I went inside the Korean camp, CUTEY sent me some bracelets for review. I got three of them - PHILOTES, EROS, and HYPNOS! All three were really eye-catchers! I had the chance to bring them inside the resort and my students were amazed by the beauty of it! They even emailed me that they ordered from Cutey's site and fell in love with the bracelets.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Missing Hello Kitty!

Summer camp is over for me and once again, I miss my Korean students! Last time I checked, I'm less a fan of Hello Kitty but because of these children, I came to love the cat! Wherever you go, Kitty's always there in our room. :)

my roommates

Friday, August 17, 2012


As I wrote on my last post, SIHAE (SIwon and dongHAE) of the KPOP group Super Junior went here last Wednesday. The sadness occurred to me just now that I wasn't able to attend the event and realized that all the photos from Trinoma were real. T___T

Good thing there's SPAZZING! I was online the whole day to check twitter updates from the boys. Here's the first picture I saw.

Sunday, August 12, 2012


Being an avid fan of Super Junior or what you call ELFs, it's ALWAYS been a requirement to attend KPOP events. From album launching to SUPER SHOW (concert) itself, an ELF (Everlasting Friend) should always be present. Making yourself absent in school, requesting advance day-offs or half day at work are normal conditions when we're talking about spazzing on our favorite hallyu stars! We wouldn't miss it for the world! :p

teaser photo

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

BC Bloggers' Meme: 5 Countries I Want to Visit Before I Retire

I've been a fan of traveling to different places. Just last June, I went to Southern Leyte all by myself! I decided impulsively because of some reason but it's a start of something new for me. It's my first time to travel alone and first to ride the plane. Yes, at 25, I got my first taste of feeling above heavens!

taken from my good ole' cam :) Hakuna Matata!

Monday, August 6, 2012

the birth of tet's little finds :)

I've been in and out of the blogging world lately. It's been more than two months since I lost the will to post because I had the most painful ordeal I could have ever imagined. It's my very first heartbreak. Now, I'm moving on!

With a breath of new air, I started a new blog that's closest to my heart. I swear this time it would be a lot different. This is more of me.

Entitled 'TET's LITTLE FINDS', I decided to name this blog after my very own nickname used at home. I had so many nicknames: tet, matet, miss t, theresa, tessa, mitch, and the list goes on and on and on. So I decided to make it more personalize and prefer to use my name and there goes the title for this blog. Plus, this will be all related to my experiences, adventures and unique finds in and out of the globe (as if I can fly outside Earth eh?!). :D

Currently, I'm still working out on different things. I'm still on the process of putting up this blog as pretty as it can get (hahaha) and working out on which niche would be a lot better for me. I'm still thinking whether this would be fashion, beauty, lifestyle, food, or KPOP centered blog. I would love to do all! ;)

My Exclusive Share 101: As of this moment, I'm currently inside a camp wherein we teach ESL to Korean children. Location is at Villa Alfredo's, Baliti, City of San Fernando, Pampanga. We started the program last July 23, 2012 and I'm one of the four lead teachers here. I have 3 group classes (5-6 students) in the morning and I don't have classes in the afternoon for I do most of the paperworks. That's the reason why I'm writing this welcome post now. 

I will leave you with teaser videos of our students and teachers which we did few days ago. :)

Korean Students ^o^

Teachers ^o^

I just hope that the camp will last for real. I've been to several camps already. This is already my fourth camp and first camp as a lead teacher. It was really a one-of-a-kind experience you should try. It only last a month but the memories lasts forever.
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