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 Learning the ropes of living overseas 

Taking on a new world

OFW Tips

 The things you do for the one you love.. sigh. 

Marrying into another culture

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The Founders

Disclaimer: There are Three of us who started this company. The featured photo only has the two of us because  D is so far away in Germany. We don't have a picture together yet. It...

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Culture, Love, & Dating

“It is an absolute human certainty that no one can know his own beauty or perceive a sense of his own worth until it has been reflected back to him in the mirror of another...

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Let’s Talk Food

We know nothing can beat that adobo from Mama's kitchen or the famous tinola Lola makes that is the talk of the town, but we can sure try. Here are little recipes, hacks, and other...

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Our Travel & Immigration Stories

“The gladdest moment in human life, I think, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton Wherever we are, there is always a place we call and know that is home to us. But...

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Recipes we love

Sausage and Peppers

 This sausage and pepper recipe has been passed down from my mother in law, who passed it to my husband, who eventually passed it on to me. A simple recipe from my family to yours. You can serve it over rice or with a really good italian bread.

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Best Filipino Desserts

I’ve always had a weakness for sweets (who doesn’t?), but I honestly, truly believe, it is a common Filipino trait. I mean, look at our spaghetti, it’s sweet! If you are reading this and you are not a Filipino or are familiar with out culture, prepare to get take your mind on a wild ride.

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Copycat Orange Chicken

 As a home-maker,  I am always looking for ways to make dinner pop. A lot of my recipes have been inspired by both my mother and my mother in law. Both of these ladies are really pros in the kitchen, but both with totally different cooking techniques.

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Our story

D a.k.a Darna (in photo), Anastasia Bree, & Ruby Famous

Everyday, our lives intersect with so many different kinds of people. Some we may never see again, and some may stay for years.
In our case, 15 years ago.. we met in college and then on to our first call center jobs in Cebu. We came from Bacolod, Dumaguete, and Cagayan de oro and now have all left the Philippines (for now) to go on a grandiose journey of love, life, and self-discovery. We eagerly await what the future will bring to our lives, and we wish to share every special moment with you.

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