This post is long overdue! Wore this outfit last June for our Acquaintance Party which had “Casino Night” as its theme. I had no idea what to wear, I even considered wearing the basic Verna formula which consists of t-shirt + shorts + sneakers or slides. As a guest in a casino, you are expected to look a certain way. I googled some outfits that I can wear and most of them are suits, sparkly dresses or feather-y skirts. I don’t wear formal clothes that much, only when specifically told to do so, or the event requires me to wear one. I don’t even have a dress watch! Good thing I had these clothes ready for me to wear, I didn’t have to spend a single penny! So, what do you think of this look?
Last April 24, 2019, Officials of Holcim Philippines and the Davao Constructors Association Center, Inc. signed a supply agreement for Holcim to provide reliable cement supply to builders in Davao, renewing their supply engagement in 2018which involved 320,000 tons of cement. Holcim will provide up to 400,000 metric tons of cement to the Davao Constructors AssociationCenter, Inc. (DCACI), one of the leading building groups in southern Mindanao with 179 members.
Mapúa University’s School of Architecture’s senior students, Dexter Pangan, Czarrina Hernandez, Kendrick Supnet and Erik Joshua Isip won Holcim’s sustainable design contest hailed as 2019 Young Builders Design Challenge, winning over 13 other entries from 8 different schools, bringing home P80,000 prize and P20,000 for their school. The team won with a proposal for building spacious and cost-efficient public schools that are more conducive for learning.
I’m not very much into sweets but I really do like eating chocolates. I tend to eat chocolates whenever I study, since they give me the energy boost I need to keep myself awake when reading. However, eating chocolates can cost me a hefty amount of money from my school allowance. Good thing I discovered one that is locally made and is cheaper than most chocolates I crave!
Indulge in chocolate-y goodness with Krispy Kreme’s newest flavor, the Choco Peanut Butter. KK’s newest flavor is a ring-filled doughnut made from melt-in-your-mouth doughnut, filled with choco peanut butter filling using Reese’s peanut butter, glazed with dark chocolate, and topped off with roasted hazelnut and seasalt.