If I had my own reality show, I imagined the credits to look something like this --- me riding a bicycle in the city with songs like "Suddenly I See" by KT Tunstall blazing through the background. (P.S. Pinch me?) Stumbled upon this photo blog of people riding bikes in downtown NY over here.
I guess I will always have a soft spot for photos or movie scenes of people on bikes because a) I don't know how to ride one, b) they're always accompanied by the best soundtrack and c) I learned from the quick-cut montage of the Von Trapp kids that "when you know the notes to sing, you can sing most any thing"!!!
"Have regular hours for work and play; make each day both useful and pleasant and prove that you understand the worth of time by employing it well. Then youth will be delightful,old age will bring few regrets, and life will become a success in spite of poverty." - Mrs. March from Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
I partnered with the ladies behind Looking for Lola and Little Miss Dress Up for a mini bazaar a few months ago. (This is a late and quite useless post I know, but I have a point and we'll get there eventually.)
Aside from a mutual (and obvious) love for shiny, shimmering, splendid stuff, the tie-up was a success thanks to an all-girls school event nearby. Our shelves were cleaned out by young, tasteful fashionistas thriving on daddy's allowance. So while everything in my blog is sold out, I've decided to test the waters and partner with other online shops, designers and creative megaminds. I don't know just how to do this, but this is me putting the idea out there for the universe to work its eat-pray-love magic on me.
And yes, I've got a lot on my plate right now, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Truth is, a busy schedule invigorates me as long as I'm busy doing things that I enjoy. But isn't that true for everyone? :)
So now we get to the point of this late post: tell me your idea, business proposal, or just tell me how you feel. *Cue Joy Enriquez* Haha!
I love it when advertising, interior design and fashion morph together and create pretty (albeit shallow) commercials like this one. It reminded me of Tinkerbell's pixie dust and the You Can Fly scene. Sweet, whimsical and calorie-free. Enjoy!
When I started this blog in the summer, I had an awesome time setting it up, creating DIY projects and organizing shoots. They all seemed to get the bug out of my system, but I haven't been able to keep up. There's a few things going on right now, but nothing like last year... with the new job, new friends, new lifestyle. It was overwhelming.
At any rate, I'm back with my blogging duties and I'll be making new stuff soon. (Fingers crossed!) I guess I'm not ready to declare this blog dead yet and it wasn't a fluke when Dora of Kimi Dora said, "Business is very good!!!" So much wisdom in Pinoy movies. :)
I should have shared this months ago (actually I did this but for the Powersnet site last year). Better late than never.