Showing posts from 2018


Manila, Philippines – Nimo TV continues to provide exciting content as the Rules of Survival – Nimo TV Philippine Champions League S1 playoffs began streaming last December 1 and 2, 2018.

From over 300 squads who tried their luck in the country's biggest Rules of Survival tournament, 45 squads proved their worth to a spot in the playoffs happened in Mineski Infinity Taft, Cubao, and Morayta.  As the excitement rises, fans and game enthusiasts can also join the fun by watching it live via Nimo TV.

“We are proud of Nimo TV’s tech innovations. We can cover millions of users with low - latency and loss rates” Henry Zhao, Nimo TV’s Overseas Executive. “Our stable 8 – 12 MP quality live streaming will give you the same excitement like watching it live from the playoffs venue,” Zhao added.

Squads’ ranking quickly shifted as some of the teams leveled up their strategy to secure a high score in the first round of the playoffs. Team Savage.ROX of Mineski Infinity Taft and Team Comeback of …


Makati, November 08, 2018 - Eating a healthy diet doesn’t have to boring, bland and complicated. It’s about eating the right amount, right calories without depriving ourselves to enjoy our food. Food must help us feel great, have more energy for the day, to improve our health, to be physically fit and even helping our mood to become happy and healthy all throughout the day! HealthyMealsPh does just that! We deliver fresh reaching as fas as Caloocan to Quezon City, Pasig , Valenzuela, Makati, Marikina, Navotas and a lot more! For as low as P2,000.00 to P 2,400.00 (depending on the calories) per week, you will enjoy the goodness and freshness of food delivered right in your door step and you can bring with you anywhere you want! We also serve High Protein which gives you the energy to get up and go, Ketogenic Meals which is one of the most popular meals worldwide to shed excess weight and improves health and of course sweet treats that you can indulge in without the guilt feeling!


What's in our baby bag? II Apryl Pinayaventures of Hungry Byaheros

Having a baby can can be both exciting and challenging. Excited to see your little one but at the same time challenged as to wether you have everything ready or not. I started researching and writing my list at 28 weeks and started packing between 32-35 weeks. So what are the things i packed?

Here's a video of me 1 day post partum of the things we brought with us for Skyler Pia. Unfortunately we were not able to use it on that day as she had to stay at the NICU for 7 days and I already had to go home way ahead of her. But nonetheless these are the same things we brought on the day we brought her home from the hospital and the same things we are bringing each time we go out with the addition of infant formula prescribed by the pediatrician.
List of baby stuff: Going home clothes Feeding bottle/s Breast pump Baby wipes Receiving blanket Swaddle blanket Bib/s Set of bonnet, mittens and booties Cotton balls Cotton buds Ethyl Alcohol
Optional: Baby bath Baby lotion Baby cologne Baby o…

JOLLIBEE brings everyone's favorites closer to all during All Saints' and All Souls' Day

This All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day,  millions  of  Filipinos   will again make their way tomemorial parks and cemeteries to light candles, and offer flowers and prayers for their dearlydeparted family members. For many of us, it’s also a time well spent with relatives as weshare fondest memories of loved ones who have passed on over stories and food.This year, the country’s leading fast-food chain makes this important season of rememberingour loved ones more convenient and extra special for Filipinos by bringing its well-loved mealscloser to wherever they may be, anytime of the day. From October 31 to November 2, Jollibee will have food selling booths  in more than 230cemeteries across the  country, while its almost 300 drive-thru stores nationwide can  alsocater to those who will be on the road as they travel to the provinces. Leaving some of your family members at home? No problem as they can also count on Jollibeeto deliver langhap-sarap favorites any time of the day, by simp…

A Mommy Forum for a Mother-Baby Friendly Philippines

Mommies unite for an afternoon to support and promote breastfeeding

Breastfeeding may be considered a challenging phase of motherhood but the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of breastfeeding for mothers and babies truly make the journey worthwhile. While more and more mothers recognize that breastmilk will always be superior compared to formula milk, there is still a need to spread awareness on its benefits and to encourage people to support breastfeeding.

in response to the global campaign of protecting, promoting, and supporting breastfeeding, World Vision Development Foundation, in partnership with the Department of Health, launched Mother-Baby Friendly Philippines. This two-year project aims to:

1. Support and strengthen the implementation of Executive Order 51 (The Philippine Milk Code of 1986), Republic Act 7600 (The Rooming-ln and Breastfeeding Act of 1992), and Republic Act 10028 (The Expanded Breastfeeding Promotion Act of 2009)

2. Increase awareness and educate hea…


Having been able to travel to Malaysia, I am amazed by how flavorful dishes are in this country. No wonder Malaysian cuisine are embraced and loved by Filipinos and other individuals in the world. Lucky for you, SEDAP MALAY KITCHEN brought malaysian flavors in the Philippines so you would not need to travel just to have a taste of Malaysia.
One Sunday in August we decided to go to Taytay Tiangge early in the morning and for lunch we decided to drop by SEDAP MALAY KITCHEN right across PUREGOLD TAYTAY, walking distance from TAYTAY TIANGGE and right beside TAYTAY COCKPIT.

ADDRESS: 2nd Floor JDL BLDG Manila East Road Brgy San Juan Taytay RIZAL

SEDAP as a word may sound familiar to you. SEDAP means "delicious" in Malaysia and indeed this kitchen stayed true to their name. Visit them and try their delicious viands that will give you a taste of Malaysia. Here are a few photos to get you drooling:

It was the perfect weather for their LAKSA -…

How to have a smart baby? || PROMAMA

Makati City—September 3, 2018—As an expectant mom, you want the best for your baby. That is why you do everything you can to ensure your baby’s health. But did you know that you could do a lot of things that can help give your baby a bright tomorrow?

While your child is yet to be born, your pregnancy is a crucial time in his or her life. In fact, the World Health Organization says that the first 1000 days of your baby’s life, starting with the 270 days of pregnancy and first two years of a child’s life, is an optimum period to building a strong foundation for their health, growth, and ability to learn in the future.

Take these three simple steps to help promote proper brain growth and development of your baby while in the womb.

Stay fit and active

Exercising during pregnancy may not only improve your health but also, the brain development of your baby. The University of Montreal conducted a study where 18 expectant moms and their babies found out that after 10 days of exercising, the…

MASHISO - A journey to Korean Flavors

Korean food, one of the most raved about cuisine for months now. Whatever city you will visit there surely is a korean restaurant that you will pass by. May it be old or new...Filipinos did not only embrace KPOP and koreanovelas but are now enjoying the flavors of KOREA. Now, what sets one restaurant apart from the other?

A korean restaurant offering a wide variety of Korean dishes served in buffet style as well as the DIY(do-it-yourself) style.




MASHISO has an eat all you can concept for only 299 pesos plus 5% service charge. 314 pesos all in buffet. Perfect for those who are in a budget but would like to explore the korean flavors, celebrate an event or just reward themselves after a week of work.


Unlike other korean restos who solely have the shabu shabu or the grill. MASHISO also offers prepared korean food besides the normal korean set up which makes it a budget friendly buffet cons…


According to google, Stress is your body's way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. When you sense danger—whether it's real or imagined—the body's defenses kick into high gear in a rapid, automatic process known as the “fight-or-flight” reaction or the "stress response." During my 1st few months of pregnancy I've experienced high levels of stress and the only thing I cut off my usual routine is pampering myself.

Pampering myself is a reward I can't seem to resist whenever I've had a long week or I am stressed from work. It has been my guilty pleasure and even when I got pregnant, the more I so often feel the need for pampering. Massage, facials, nailcare, scrubs are but some of the pampering I indulge myself into(besides food offcourse) during the weekend. The only problem I have is it takes so much of my time as I have to travel from one place to the other just to get that all-in pampering package. Good thing I got to visit NAILANDIA ROCKWE…