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Daisee's Bakeshop Turns 35.

Daisee's Bakeshop started only as a hobby and is now 35 years old! To celebrate this milestone, Daisee's relaunched a classic favorite of theirs, which is a good addition to your holiday parties or potlucks.


A Preview of Healthy Options' Christmas Collection 2018.

And just like that, it's that time of the year again.. Christmas! Have you made your list already? Come  and take a sneak peek into Healthy Options' Christmas Collection 2018 so you can get started on your gift shopping already. You'll definitely find something for your family and friends with this assortment of food and beauty products.

The Reason for My Hiatus.. Again.


I'm back! After traveling to three continents, five countries, and over 30 cities around the world.. Our journey has come to an end. During our trips, I made a conscious decision not to post (save for no-brainer IG stories and photos on memorable dates such as our 'elopement' in Vegas) because I didn't want to have to deal with the 21st century problem of worrying about what photo to post instead of enjoying every precious moment of our vacation and I have to tell you, the social media detox was the best decision ever. Plus, I'll get to relive those memories when I share our photos on my Instagram account @joeiandme and publish posts about our experiences here in my blog. Soon! 


Another Year, Another Adventure.

Just checking in to say hello to everyone. It’s been a while since I posted because much has happened! But now I have time since I am currently on board a plane with an hour to spare so I decided to update my Joei & Me diary.

I turned another year older two months ago. While everyone considers January 1 as the start of a new year, I consider my birthday as ‘my new year’. T and I spent that week staycationing at Nüwa Hotel in City of Dreams Manila. Aren’t staycations the best? Sleep, eat, swim, eat, eat, sleep, sleep, and sleep. I also actually get a lot of work done whenever I’m on one.


Enbu Robatayaki in Okada Manila.


Time check: 2:22am.

They say that when you feel hungry in the middle of the night, you're just thirsty. I drank two bottles of water and five cups of chamomile tea and yet I'm still craving for the Kung Pao Chicken I had for dinner yesterday.  I'm actually in a hotel room working on a paper and can order room service (one of my favorite luxuries of life because I get hungry until the wee hours of the morning) but before I do that, I’ll distract myself first by writing about where we had dinner this evening. Maybe after posting, I'll feel sleepy instead of hungry. I can continue working tomorrow morning anyway since my mind is already spent.

Earlier this evening, T and I had dinner at Enbu (Robotayaki) in Okada Manila.  Robatayaki (or robata for short) is a method of cooking in Japan where food is cooked over charcoal, similar to barbecueing.