If you’re one who has a keen sense of smell, you probably are starting to get a whiff of those roasted chestnuts sold at a local shopping center. That unmistakable aroma along with Jingle Bells playing in the background clearly says that the Christmas season is just around the corner. And then the pressing question bugs you, “What do I wear to our office Christmas party?”
That wouldn’t really be a problem if your party had a theme. The dilemma of finding something suitable to wear rears its ugly head when you’re left with the freedom to wear anything you want to the theme-less party. Truth is, you have so many options when it comes to looking for Christmas fashion.
You can go all out and dress like a drag queen stuck in the eighties, or you can look as simple as a wallflower waiting to lose her virginity. If you want to stand out without trying too hard, just don’t overdo it. Stick to key pieces, and simply play them up.
Dare for them and with them
Raise them from here to there
Explore the world with them
Affirm them along the way
Make way for them provide what is needed
Encourage them again and again
Remind them of the dream and it’s best by your example
Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan reinforced our sentiments regarding our “Family First” conviction during her Family Talk hosted by Philam Life last Sept 13. Her views literally spoke to the minds and hearts of all the parents in there; making us nod to her every salutation and affirmation.
I was moved. We all knew these. But sometimes we need somebody to affirm us, to remind us that we are special, that we are the assets of our family, and we need to take extra care of ourselves as much as we do to the other members of the family.
Who says mommies cannot have skin as smooth and supple as their babies? Busy moms are often too preoccupied with the many roles they play to the hilt and forget that they too need pampering. Celebrity supermom Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo reminded hundreds of moms on Facebook last March 12 that they too can look glowingly healthy with soft young looking skin. Johnson’s Baby Philippines presented this rare opportunity to learn about supermom skin care tips, secrets, and advice from Judy Ann.
The best way for mommies to take care of their families is to take care of themselves too. As the first ever Johnson’s Baby Philippines live chat with Judy Ann revealed, “when you take care of yourself, it shows!” It does not take much to have supermom skin just like Judy Ann’s. All you need is to live a healthy lifestyle and to use products like Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath in your regular skin care routine. Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath is packed with the nutrients needed to nourish your skin. Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath’s combination of milk proteins, Vitamin A, and Vitamin E all work together to keep mommies’ skin moisturized throughout the day – the perfect skin for baby to touch and feel for hours and hours of snuggling and playing.
We either love them or we hate them. What is most definite is: women can’t live without men (and vice versa, don’t you think?). There is no such thing as a perfect relationship. Women tend to whine and gripe about their partners from the simplest matter of putting down the toilet bowl seat or squeezing toothpaste from the bottom, to late nights out with pals and long working days and nights. But men just seem to take all these in stride.
Men have their share of peculiarities that women must learn to accept. For starters, men are simply big boys who love their toys. This childlike behavior is their way of escaping real-life pressures. They are polygamous by nature – who would love to cheat given the slightest provocation – and are perverts in general. They can’t resist a strip tease nor can they avoid looking at other women.
Whether women like it or not, women reach menopausal age. It usually happens when they reach the age range of 45 up to 55 years old. Women in menopause mean that her ovaries will no longer be producing egg cells. It will also mean that there will be less progesterone and estrogen in her body too.