The Blahger

A very personal blog

Month: August 2018

  • [Review] DesignEvo: Is this the Canva of logo making?

    I was very excited when I found out about DesignEvo. The interface reminded me very much of Canva, a graphic design web application that allows users to create layouts and graphics using a drag-and-drop interface. With access to millions of photos, layouts, fonts, and graphic elements – it’s my one-stop shop for quick design solutions.… Continue reading

  • Life Lately (we finally have a bedframe!)

    Meeting finally over. I hate Friday evening meetings, they take away the T in TGIF. I was mentally stressing about it earlier because I feel like I wouldn’t know what to say. But thank God for my senior who stepped up and said the words I was struggling to communicate because I kept waiting for… Continue reading

  • [Food Phase Fridays] Nitro 7’s Nitro Mocha

    Their kiosk at Greenbelt 3 It’s been an awfully long while since my last Food Phase Fridays post so here I am with a new entry. To refresh you on what this tag is all about, Food Phase Fridays is a blog series where I share my current food obsessions on a Friday. Not every… Continue reading

  • [Review] V&M Naturals ExfoBomb and CPC+G Oil for Underarm Whitening

    The underarm whitening journey never ends! After having undergone 2 sessions of underarm diode laser hair removal, I now have better hopes of whitening my underarms. So to resume the journey, I took advice from a friend to try to V&M Naturals ExfoBomb, an all-organic exfoliating and skin-lightening salve. According to BeautyMNL reviews, it’s effective… Continue reading

  • 9 Camping Activities You Should Try on Your Next Trip

    Photo from Pixabay About 82.3 percent of Australians with ages over 15 years participated at least once in exercise, recreation, or sport in 2010, according to a survey by the Australian Sports Commission and State and Territory Departments of Sports and Recreation. Another study shows that walking for exercise is more popular than going to… Continue reading

  • A week in July that’s been sitting in my drafts for too long

    July 12 – Thursday ❉ I brought the car to work for the second time. I was lucky enough (or not) that our building parking isn’t full yet. But now that I think of it, it’s actually too bad because the parking fee in this building is exorbitantly high. I’m nearing 9 hours already and… Continue reading