With everyone slowly trying to bounce back from the ongoing COVID-19, which undoubtedly still affects businesses to this day, I recently had a unique experience of attending an e-vent hosted by Teviant, Freshlook, and Airoptix via Zoom. Together with other beauty bloggers and content creators, we learned really helpful tips from celebrity makeup artist and Teviant founder, Albert Kurniawan, on how to enhance your eye makeup look—since masks tend to cover the rest of the face. Dr. Jeanette Oo was also part of the session, and shared a presentation on proper contact lens wear and care.
Dr. Jeanette highlighted that there is currently no scientific evidence that contact lens wearers have an increased risk of contracting COVID-19. What’s important is practicing good hygiene, cleaning your contact lenses properly, and of course—washing your hands before wearing or removing your contact lenses.
Right before the e-vent, I wore the Freshlook One-Day Color in Pure Hazel, and did a quick makeup look using three Teviant products: Eyebrow Gel in Dame on my brows, Lip Spell in the shade Haute on my lids, cheeks, and lips, and Eye Pencil in Coquette to add a pop of color. I’m not normally one to wear colors outside of the nude and neutral spectrum, but with everything that’s been going on, I felt like playing around with makeup I’m not used to was a way to help me cope with the anxiety that the pandemic and our government tend to bring.
It was definitely a fun afternoon of breaking away from my usual routine in the condo (where I normally just write, do chores, or play with Booboo and Bellatrix), and spending time with others who love makeup as much as I do. The e-vent was aired live on Freshlook’s Facebook page, and in case you’d like to learn from both Albert Kurniawan and Dr. Jeanette Oo, you can watch the full video below:
Teviant, Freshlook, and Airoptix all have ongoing deals, in case you’d like to take advantage! Get 10% off on top of existing promos when you shop at teviantbeauty.com and use the code EYELOVETEVIANT. You can also get 30% off when you shop at alcongocontacts.ph!
The New Normal Makeup Look with Teviant, Airoptix, and Freshlook
Where to Buy Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, and Pet Essentials Online
Since the enhanced community quarantine started last March 14 to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, I haven’t gone out of our condo unit at all. I suffer from asthma and my husband thinks I might be high risk, so I’ve had to find ways to do our groceries and shop for essentials online. Even before the enhanced community quarantine, I normally buy from LazMart, but due to the volume of orders, a lot of the usual things I buy were out of stock.
Thankfully, I found other options, and in case this might help anyone, here’s a list of shops I’ve consistently been ordering from. They can all deliver within Metro Manila in 2 to 3 business days!
I recently discovered that Dizon Farms has an online store, and I got to order our usual carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and potatoes. I was also able to add tomatoes, calamansi, bananas, and fresh eggs.
Their website isn’t an online shop, but I directly ordered from their Instagram account here. You can text them through the number in the poster as well. Deliveries are done via GrabExpress or LalaMove.
If you’re a Landers member, it might be hard to find delivery slots during the day. Here’s what I did twice already, and it worked both times: I added everything to my cart and left them there. I made sure my delivery address and credit card were saved for faster checkout. At 12:01am, I checked out and was able to get a delivery slot on the next business day available. True enough, I got my groceries on the scheduled delivery date. The only downside is that there were a couple of items that I ordered that became out of stock, but Landers processed the refund right away.
During the first weekend of the enhanced community quarantine and I still didn’t know where to buy groceries online aside from LazMart, we ordered frozen and ready-to-eat food from Cardinal Cuisine. Everything was delicious, but my favorite was their callos.
OTHER LOCAL BUSINESSES THAT ARE OPERATIONAL:
Mama Jessie’s Kesong Puti– My mom has fresh but limited stocks of kesong puti available, in case you’d like to order. Just send a message on Facebook here. Payments can be made via BDO, BPI, PayPal, GCash, or PayMaya, and deliveries are done via LalaMove.
Greta’s Junk Shop – The items I sell aren’t exactly essential, but if you’re looking for comfortable pajamas or loungewear that you can wear at home, I hope you can visit my online shop!
If you know of any other local businesses selling food and other essentials, please feel free to leave them in the comments! I hope my list was able to help you guys. And if you can or are able to, please thank the delivery guys and riders by giving them a token of appreciation. Aside from giving tip, my husband and I prepare simple food packs like instant coffee, corned beef, and pancit canton—and it always, always puts a smile on their faces.
Sending everyone virtual hugs during these unprecedented times. Let’s help and support each other in any way that we can!
Where to Buy Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, and Pet Essentials Online
Bellatrix, our 2-year-old Persian Doll Face (and Booboo’s best friend!), recently made her debut as a cat commercial model on PLDT Home’s #ComeHomeToLove digital ad.
Shooting it was such an experience. Between Bellatrix and Booboo (our 9-year-old Shih Tzu), I’m more comfortable and used to managing Booboo because he’s more disciplined and listens right away. Bellatrix has a tendency to hide—especially when she’s in a room full of people she doesn’t know. She also hardly listens and likes to play by her own rules. Hahaha!
Because of this, I was worried that she wouldn’t be cooperative in front of the camera. I thought I’d have to bribe her with catnip or her favorite toy. But to my surprise, she was incredibly well-behaved! I was even told that she was the only cat casted because of how photogenic and pretty she looked. As a stage mom, I felt so proud. Hahaha!
You can watch the full video below:
In case you want to read more about Bellatrix, Booboo, and the Fraggy Four, check out the articles below:
Hello, hello! July has got to be one of the longest and busiest months for us, and I’m so glad it’s over. Right after meeting with our wedding coordinator last July 2 to align, things just started to quickly happen, and the Cupcake and I had to simultaneously complete our marriage requirements and find a temporary home—which I’ll get to in a bit.
Finding Our Temporary Home
We started the month by already looking for units to rent in Makati by August. Renting a place temporarily near our offices was something that we discussed for a while now, since our forever home would take about 10 to 12 months to finish construction. We also agreed that moving in our things by August would mean less hassle come September after the wedding. At least we wouldn’t have to worry about the logistics anymore. But finding the right place was emotionally exhausting—we had to make sure that the unit was walking distance, was within our budget, and most importantly, was Booboo-and-Bellatrix-friendly. The last criteria was the most crucial, because Booboo grew up in the company of humans. He’s not used to being on his own, and I worry that leaving him alone would be hard for him (even with Bellatrix around). Finding a place that was easily accessible to me was a priority, so that I could conveniently visit him during lunch and merienda breaks.
The Cupcake and I looked through listings, spoke to a few brokers, went through several oculars almost every day during lunch breaks, and we just couldn’t find the right place. It was either the ones that we did like got reserved by someone else right away, or the ones that we didn’t like we didn’t want to settle for. Eventually, a friend from grad school referred me to her colleague, who was coincidentally moving out of his unit this August. The unit fit our criteria and more, because it’s literally a 30-second walk away from my office, it’s spacious and beautifully designed and maintained, and the building allows pets! It felt like the Universe aligned exactly to how we wanted everything to be, and I’m so grateful.
I’ll definitely be doing a quick tour of the place once we move in and settle down. But I’m really so excited to show you guys our temporary home soon!
Completing Our Marriage Requirements + Other Wedding Errands
While we were busy during weekdays doing unit oculars, our weekends were fully booked as well. The first weekend of July was dedicated to Cayo’s barkada and pretty much his second family, the NBoys and Baes, because one of them got married in Tagaytay.
The second weekend, we had our cake tasting and consultation with my good friend, Elle (of Elle’s Kitchen PH), and canonical interview. We also ordered our custom wedding rings, which I’m so eager to wear already. A few days later, we had our food tasting and ocular at our reception venue together with our wedding coordinator and stylist/florist, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I can’t wait to see how everything will turn out! That same day, the Cupcake and I submitted our wedding banns to my church, attended the government-required family planning seminar, submitted the rest of our papers to city hall for our marriage license, and had Cayo’s Barong Tagalog made.
Just this week, after my best friend’s wedding (KChan!), we got to pick up our marriage license, and have begun sending out our formal invitations (I owe a lot to my sister, cousins, mom, and college friend for making our invitations a dream come true). I have my second fitting with my designer this weekend, then I’m flying out for my bachelorette with my sister and cousins the weekend after.
Things have been crazy hectic to the point that I just want to fast-forward to the wedding already. But I know how fast time flies, and that I should be savoring these little moments. And I’m really glad these wedding updates allow me to do just that. I love looking back at the previous months and remembering how I thought and felt at that time, and what my expectations were then vs. the reality that I went through. I’m glad that despite being a bridezilla (in the sense that I’m a control freak and a perfectionist), the Cupcake and my family and friends are still going above and beyond for me. I really, really am so lucky.
Anyway, I hope I’ll have time to still update the blog more this August. It’s been getting harder and harder to focus on actual work, because I’d rather be doing wedding work. Does that make sense? Am I allowed to feel that way? Haha. If you’ve stuck with me until the end of this post, thank you so much and until next time! Here’s to a joyful August!
Finding Our Temporary Home and Completing Our Marriage Requirements
Hi, everyone! My name is Gretchen Gatan Fragada. Welcome to Greta’s Junkyard—a dump site of my favorite things. These include mostly beauty, fashion, lifestyle, travel, home, and pet care topics. I started this blog in 2013 as a creative outlet where I could write about anything I wanted. Eventually, I evolved it into an online shop, too. This was all possible thanks to my wonderful boyfriend-now-husband, Cayo, who is basically a marketing guru with a background in IT and project management. We have three babies: two furry ones, Booboo and Bellatrix, and a one-year-old daughter named Cambria. I’m also currently the Managing Editor of Modern Parenting, a magazine title under One MEGA Group.
AGC Power Holdings Corp. (or AGC PHC), the holding company that houses One MEGA Group, recently opened a new office in Estancia. I visited the beautiful space yesterday for a quick tour and an onsite editorial meeting.
One MEGA Group’s New Office features an open space with elements of nature
The new office of One MEGA Group (and all the companies under AGC PHC) features a 900 square-meter open space full of natural light. There’s an abundance of indoor plants as well, which I love so much. There was something about being inside that fueled the creative juices in me, and I hope to be able to take advantage of that so I can write, edit, and produce more helpful and relevant content for Modern Parenting.
I shared snippets of my first day at our new office where my team will be reporting once a week. And because parents don’t really stop being parents—my mom and dad even prepared baon for me! A ham and cheese sandwich and iced coffee.
Dealing with the separation anxiety
If you follow me on Instagram where I like to share raw and vulnerable moments, I was worried about how shifting to a hybrid setup would affect my daily routine with Cambria. She’s an exclusively breastfed baby who never learned to drink from a bottle. Although solid food is her main source of nutrition these days, and she knows how to drink fresh milk from an open or straw cup, the idea of being away from her the whole day gave me anxiety. After all, she thrives on routines and schedules. And I love that because Cayo and I have been working from home since she was born, it’s easy to take care of and be hands-on with her. In fact, we choose not to have a yaya or nanny because we’re able to get by without one anyway. Not to mention—we get to save, too.
Fortunately, we live right beside my in-laws and about ten minutes away from my parents. During my first day reporting to the new office of One MEGA Group, my parents picked up me and Cambria from our house, also known as the #FraggyHome, and dropped me off at work before taking care of her. Based on all the video updates they were sending, she was really happy and didn’t seem to look for me at all. Haha!
Later that afternoon, when Cayo got off work (from home), he picked me up! Just like old times—when he used to pick me up from work pre-pandemic. Even Booboo tagged along, which was so much fun.
Anyway, I hope the setup is sustainable for me and my little family! I guess we’ll have to see how things go in the next few weeks. For now, I hope you enjoyed seeing a glimpse of One MEGA Group’s new office in Estancia. And in case you’re wondering if there are any positions open, here’s a list.
To stay updated, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube at @gretchengatan. Until the next article!
Hi, everyone! My name is Gretchen Gatan. I’m a writer and editor based in Metro Manila, Philippines. If you’re new here, welcome to Greta’s Junkyard—a dumpsite of my favorite things! Here you’ll find many articles on beauty, travel, lifestyle, and more. If you’ve stumbled upon this post, you must be keen to find out what the best collagen supplement in the Philippines is.
But first—a quick introduction!
I started taking collagen supplements when I was 25 years old. At that time, I worked as the Marketing Manager of Glamourbox and I had a colleague and good friend, Angel Feliciano of Pinkoolaid.com, who influenced me to start taking. Angel is a few years older than me but her skin looks absolutely fresh and radiant! I can’t thank her enough for introducing me to the wonders and benefits of collagen.
To this day, I still take collagen supplements. And though my life gets pretty hectic since I manage our household, am a first-time mom to a beautiful baby girl named Cambria, and barely get enough rest since I also work full-time and have no nanny, I think my skin looks relatively healthy and glowing.
Different collagen brands I’ve tried
There are so many brands that sell collagen supplements in the Philippines. And I’ve tried many of them! First, there’s Meiji Amino Collagen Powder, which Angel highly recommended. Since it comes in powder form, I would mix it with a glass of water and drink it straight. This was the collagen I took for a few years until I discovered Koragem, which came in capsules. It was much easier and faster to drink. Unfortunately, Koragem stopped producing sometime in 2019.
Then, there’s Shiseido The Collagen. I even attended their launch in 2017. They come in three formats—powder, liquid, and tablet. But the easiest to drink was, of course, the tablets. I just take it together with my daily vitamins, which include Vitamin C, Zinc, and Biotin. It’s available on Lazada, which I recently purchased.
Last but not least that I’ve tried is the Hydrolyzed Collagen from Puritan’s Pride. I find theirs to be really sulit because it comes in a big jar with 180 tablets and for only P1,000.
The best collagen supplement in the Philippines for me
However, out of all the brands I’ve tried, in my honest opinion, the best is Shiseido the Collagen. I really noticed a different kind of glow in my skin while I was taking it. The only downside is that it’s one of the most expensive. I think a bottle of 120 tablets is around P1,500. Nevertheless, the results are amazing. My pores appeared smaller and it gave me a lit-from-within radiance.
If you ask me, it’s a worthwhile investment. On top of applying my daily skincare routine, taking collagen supplements boosts my skin’s health.
In case you have any questions about any of the brands I’ve tried, feel free to comment or send me a message on Instagram at @gretchengatan. I hope you can also follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube at @gretchengatan.
Hi, everyone! My name is Gretchen Gatan and I’m a writer and editor based in Quezon City, Metro Manila. I’m also a millennial wife and first-time mom. If you’re new here, welcome to Greta’s Junkyard—a dumpsite of my favorite things! I started this lifestyle blog in 2013 where you’ll find many articles on beauty, travel, home, and more. Recently, I posted a photo on my Instagram of our Christmas Belen and a lot of people messaged to ask where I got it!
Because our space was limited in the studio unit, we couldn’t set up a Christmas tree. So our only decoration was the cutest Christmas Belen, which I bought from S&R in 2019. Since then, I would display it every Christmas season!
Where to Buy a Similar-Looking Belen
I’m not sure if S&R still sells this Nativity Set. After all, it’s been three years. However, I discovered that Papemelroti has similar-looking ones—like the Bethlehem Nativity Set.
I’m a big fan of the brand, which is why I ordered my Christmas gifts from them as well. It’s part of my tradition of supporting local businesses. Feel free to explore their website because there are so many nice, practical items you can get for yourself or your loved ones.
I hope my article helps you find your very own Christmas Belen! If you have any questions, feel free to comment or send me a direct message on Instagram at @gretchengatan. Please follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, too! This way, you can stay updated on all things beauty, home, lifestyle, and more.
Hello! My name is Gretchen Gatan and if you’re new here, I’m a writer and editor based in Metro Manila, Philippines. Greta’s Junkyard is a dumpsite I started in 2013 where I like to write about my favorite things! These include topics on beauty, lifestyle, travel, and more. I’m also a millennial wife and a first-time mom. As someone who enjoyed Halloween growing up, it was definitely something I looked forward to doing with my husband Cayo and baby girl Cambria. This year, we went with a classic cartoon for our family costume!
Halloween Through the Years
Before Cayo and I got married, we would already celebrate Halloween and go trick-or-treating together. We’ve gone as Wednesday and Pugsley Addams, Cookie Monster and Arno (from Assassin’s Creed), Hogwarts Students, and during one year when we attended the Yule Ball, we went as Hermione Granger and Viktor Krum!
Last year, while I was seven months pregnant with Cambria, I took advantage of my belly and went as Thor!
Family Costume: The Flinstones
This year, Cayo and I were really excited to celebrate Cambria’s first Halloween. We actually have so many family costumes that we want to do. But most of them, we’re saving for when Cambria is walking already. So this year, our family costume was The Flinstones!
Cayo went as Fred, I dressed as Wilma, Cambria was Pebbles, and our pets, Booboo and Bellatrix, were Dino and Baby Puss.
We had so much fun going around our village. I also learned that if you wear a family costume, you get more treats. And if you have an extra sociable baby who says hi to literally everyone, you get even more treats! Truly a win for us parents who ate all the treats. Haha!
This year was definitely a success—at least because Cambria powered through almost three hours of trick-or-treating. She was lively and smiling the whole time! So I can’t wait for us to dress in another family costume next year and celebrate Halloween together.
If you liked this article, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube at @gretchengatan to stay updated!
Hi, everyone! My name is Gretchen Gatan and if you’re new here, I’m a writer and editor based in Metro Manila, Philippines. I’m also a first-time mom to a beautiful baby girl named Cambria. October is quite an eventful month for my family. The first of the month is my husband Cayo‘s birthday. This is followed by my sister’s on the ninth. Then, my goddaughter (and Cambria’s cousin), Kara, celebrates her birthday on the 23rd. Lastly, my sister-in-law (Kara’s mom) ends the family birthdays on the 31st. Anyway, ever since Cayo and I brought Cambria to the beach for the first time to celebrate our third wedding anniversary, we’ve been looking forward to bringing her to more places! This time around, as a way to celebrate Cayo’s birthday, we drove up to Tagaytay and stayed a night in Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay.
Lunch at Bag of Beans
But first, before we checked in, we had lunch at Charito by Bag of Beans. It was our first time in this particular branch and both the view and ambiance mesmerized us. We sat in a quiet corner overlooking Taal Lake, where we enjoyed some pizza, fresh fruit juices, and a slice of caramel cheesecake. After lunch, we headed to Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay, which was about ten minutes away.
Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay
I first discovered Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay through several friends on Instagram. They posted about feeding ducks and rabbits with their children, which I also wanted Cambria to experience—especially because we’ve been reading a lot of books about farm animals.
After our lunch in Bag of Beans, we arrived a little after one in the afternoon. However, since check-in was still at two, we killed time and visited the petting zoo right away. (As much as I wanted to bring Booboo and Bellatrix with us since the hotel is pet-friendly, it’s quite challenging to take care of two pets and a baby. So maybe next time if we have help!) As soon as our room was ready, we settled in so that Cambria could take a nap.
Deluxe Room at Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay
Though the hotel’s interiors look and feel a bit dated, the friendly staff and list of activities truly make up for it. We booked a spacious Deluxe Room with a queen-sized bed. It came with a balcony, too. The room comes with the usual amenities such as towels, a vault, a mini refrigerator, slippers, and complimentary water, coffee, and tea. To save on plastic, you’ll need to call housekeeping to request some toiletries—which includes a dental kit and soap. The shampoo has a fixed bottle on the wall in every bathroom. Again, to save on plastic. I actually liked and appreciated this movement towards sustainability. Another thing I appreciated was that they offer cribs for guests with babies—so we availed! Two of the housekeeping staff set up a pack-and-play type in our room.
The rooms all have a TV that’s equipped with a Mi Box. So we were able to catch some episodes of Bling Empire on Netflix while Cambria was asleep! One detail I found nice was that there’s a Netflix profile specifically for children. Out of curiosity, I checked it and the first shows you’ll see are Blippi, Blue’s Clues, and other popular educational shows.
I booked our room directly through Hotel Kimberly’s website and discovered that the hotel gives P500 credits, which we used to offset our merienda.
Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay’s Petting Zoo
After Cambria’s afternoon nap, we proceeded to the petting zoo to feed rabbits and watch other guests feed ducks and chickens. Apart from these animals, there were horses, goats, sheep, and peacocks. The hotel offers horseback riding, too. But since Cayo felt like Cambria was still too small, even if one of us rode with her, we decided to wait until she is big enough. (All the more reason to come back!)
Feeding the rabbits cost us P50, which was charged to our room. The staff simply picked out fresh lettuce from the hydroponics garden in the same area.
Other Activities at Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay and Subtle Details That Count
Once we finished feeding the rabbits and going around the petting zoo for the second time (Cambria had so much fun watching the ducks and chickens running around!), we headed to the pool area to have merienda.
There are two pools—a kiddie pool that’s about two feet deep and a bigger pool for older children and adults. Both of these are heated. On the other side is an Aqua Slide, which is basically a playground with a fountain. The kid guests truly enjoyed this! Next to the Aqua Slide was a big team-building area, which had obstacle courses.
Merienda by the pool
On the side of the kiddie pool was a grilling station where the hotel sold halo-halo, hotdogs, pork barbecue, and other inihaw favorites. We ordered the halo-halo, a stick of hotdog, and two sticks of pork barbecue for our merienda, which we enjoyed on one of the outdoor tables. Fortunately, since the hotel prides itself on being a top family-friendly destination, they had a lot of high chairs available. We always requested one for Cambria every time we ate.
A little after merienda, we headed to the big open area where a bonfire was being prepared. This is something Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay does daily for its guests. They serve unlimited marshmallows on a long stick so that families can roast them on the bonfire. Again, since Cambria couldn’t appreciate this yet, it was Cayo and I who actually enjoyed.
As soon as we were done roasting marshmallows, we decided to have dinner inside the hotel. However, we had a good view of the outdoor movie (just beside the pool area) where they played Disney’s Brave. This is something the hotel does regularly as well. And though Cambria was too young to watch the movie, I’m sure the older kids had a lot of fun. We noticed a lot of families dining at the outdoor tables while watching.
Before heading back to our room, we went around and found that Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay has a game room. There was a billiards table, a foosball table, a couple of arcade hoops, and an area for babies and toddlers to play in.
Complimentary milk and Oreos
Back in our room, after giving Cambria a bath, we requested additional pillows since our queen-sized bed only had two. This was free of charge. Moreover, we were surprised that one of the staff knocked on our door to serve complimentary milk and Oreos. And again, since Cambria couldn’t eat these yet, it was me and Cayo who took advantage!
The following morning, we woke up a little after eight and headed down for the breakfast buffet, which came with our room. The selection isn’t as extensive as the hotels in Manila. Nevertheless, I indulged in their tsokolate eh and tocino. There were a lot of guests dining as well, which made me a little nervous, to be honest. But I guess this is the new normal and people are itching to go on family vacations just like us.
Swimming at the kiddie pool
When we finished our breakfast, we took Cambria to the Aqua Slide. However, the fountain intimidated her. So we ended up in the kiddie pool, which she preferred more. The weather was a little cool and it drizzled once in a while. Good thing the pool was heated so Cambria didn’t feel cold. Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay provides guests with towels as well—but you need to return them to the lifeguard before heading back inside.
Lunch at Hillbarn Cafe and Restaurant
After our swim and taking a bath, Cambria took her morning nap, which allowed us to start packing. She woke up just before it was time to check out. As usual, the end of our weekend getaway in Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay felt bittersweet. Cayo and I told each other that we’d bring Cambria again when she’s bigger—so she can appreciate the activities more.
Before heading back to Manila, we made one last stop for lunch. We initially wanted to try Farmer’s Table but it was fully booked and the waiting time was an hour. So we went to our next option, which was Hillbarn Cafe and Restaurant. Incidentally, it was just five minutes away from Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay.
Families Will Definitely Love Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay
I had so much fun during this trip that I kept telling Cayo and my family we needed to go back. I’m sure both Cambria and Kara will create a lot of happy memories here with everyone! To know more about Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay, you can visit their website or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
If you liked this article, I hope you can follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube at @gretchengatan to stay updated with all things beauty, travel, lifestyle, and more.
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