Just the other week I had a random chat with Paula about how hard it is to find good children’s books in this side of the world. And by “good children’s books” I mean ones that have great illustration, age-appropriate storytelling, preferably not based on popular cartoon characters, content that sparks creativity and opens a child’s eyes to the world, and stories that parents will enjoy themselves. ;)
As a mom who works from home, you’d be surprised at the amount of lipsticks I spend money on. “It’s an investment, babe”, I half-jokingly say to my husband, who gladly supports my splurges anyway. (Note: Find a man who supports your weird and sometimes unnecessary obsessions, lol.)
Sometimes, you just have to go for it. Even when the idea crossed your mind just 24 hours ago and you didn’t have a clear plan or itinerary. In fact (and you probably know this already), the trips that actually push through are the ones you didn’t overthink. This was the story of our quick Baguio trip.