Santorini Vibe


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photo from thefabguide.com

I've been dreaming of having a European travel, one of them in the list is of course, Santorini, Greece. It might be wishful thinking for now, but who knows, I might actually be able to do it some time in the future. Ah, it would be wonderful to see the glory that was Greece. I would love to see the Aegean Sea and the historic architectures, the Ola castle, the old villages, a tour around the Santorini Thera volcano, of which historic eruption has been historically linked to the disappearance of the city of Atlantis.

So for now while I save more money for my future travels,  I'll just enjoy touring our local Philippine destinations, feeling the Santorini vibe through fashion. This gal below looks so cool, I actually wore almost the same during our company outing in Laguna last weekend :)



                                                                         
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How about you, where is your dream travel destination?



xoxo, Chan











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How are you doing, lovelies? Last month I had a short vacation in Seoul, South Korea - I want to share with you the highlights of my trip :)

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A Yoga Pose To Help You Destress


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It's been so stressful lately in the office because it is 'peak' season. My work requires me to sit all day facing the computer and finish the tasks at hand. A lot of times I miss my breaks or if not, have my lunch late. Times like this, I go to the wash room or some open space and do a few quick forward bends, or if possible (if no one is around), my favorite de-stressing pose, the downward facing dog pose, shown below.



                              Photo from www.yogamalacapetown.files.wordpress.com

What I notice everytime I do this pose is that it seems like it puts your blood circulation back to its normal flow, I instantly feel roelaxed after doing this. Plus, your muscles (and bones, probably) get a good stretch, too! So who would need a gym and the machines if one knows these basics? :)


Have a nice day!