Wednesday, April 11, 2012

How I manage my time

Hey Everyone,

I'm sure we all know managing our time is important because we've heard that it or realized it through personal experience.

I really liked how Jim Rohm explained that time management is emotional management. First, whether you're working, spending time with your family, or your friends you have to be "present". What does that mean? We can't be thinking about work while we're spending time with our family and we can't be thinking about all our family while we're at work. You have to be present and give that person or think full attention. I think that is the basics of time management then the technique follows.

This is how I manage my time:
The first thing I bought was a planner. I have a planner that helps me organize everything I need to do for the month, weeks, and per day. The planner Chris found online is pretty awesome ( This planner by far has been the most efficient. It's not pretty but it get's the job done.

First I collaborate with Chris to write down all the important dates throughout the year. Then every month we ask each other if there's any big events we should be aware of to block those day's out first. Then, at the beginning of each week (usually Sunday) I write out everything I must finish by the end of the week such as my goals, things to do, things to buy, tasks, people to see and call etc.

Then I plan my day the night before so that I know exactly what I need to do when I wake up. So, under Monday I write everything I want to do that day such as:

MONDAY (example)
email Ben
call Jack

Then, I fill in those tasks in each time slots like below:
7 am: Wake up
7:00 Feed Topher
8 Get ready
9 Topher sleeps
10 Business
11 Call Jack
12 Lunch
1:30 Grocery

This helps me to be much more efficient. I write out a full schedule by blocking out time so I know what time my day should start and end to finish everything I need to do

I love crossing out each tasks and seeing how much I have accomplished each day. Little things are incredibly important so I make sure to even write down doing the laundry, cleaning the house, doing the dishes, etc. If we neglect to do the small tasks in our life it can effect us in all areas of our life because we'll start to create a habit of procrastinating. So, the best solution is just get it done when you need too.

Hope this was helpful in some ways.
Have a great rest of the week!

Disclaimer: This is just how I manage my time so this may not work for everyone.



Tuesday, April 10, 2012

D.I.Y: Valentino Studded clutch

Hey Everyone,

I hope you guys all had a great Easter Sunday or what my pastor likes to call it Ressurection Day. On Sunday as I was driving to church Chris and I was listening to 95.9 The Fish and Riba was talking about how when we think about death we think destruction but when Jesus thinks about death it means rebirth. Jesus can make anything beautiful. That's my thought for this past weekend.

Today I wanted to share a D.I.Y project I came across that I thought was a great idea. I'm not into crafts so I haven't tried it yet but I thought I would share it with you guys in case you guys wanted too. I also got a request to post some D.I.Y's so hope you guys enjoy.


How to: DIY Valentino Inspired Studded Clutch

You will need:1 package of studs
Clutch (ideally with a strap/wristlet)
Pliers or a long metal spoon to flatten the edges of your studs

Starting from the corner, outline your clutch and strap with studs a quarter inch apart - use pliers to fold over prongs.

Please let me know if you guys try this DIY and if so please send me pictures.
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Sunday, March 25, 2012

IN THE MOMENT - Printed Trousers

Hey Guys,

I've been spotting a new trend this spring that I'm really loving. It's the floral/printed jeans and trousers. It's definitely a statement piece and very trendy so I wouldn't want to invest too much in one but it would be fun to run around in during spring.

I found some really cute one's for reasonable price on Asos, Zara, and Topshop. I can't wait for the sun to come out~


Friday, March 23, 2012

I completely lost it yesterday..failed in loving others

Hey Everyone,

I hope you guys are all having a great week so far. My week was really great despite a little incident yesterday.

I was having lunch with a friend yesterday at Porto's in Downey and it was a beautiful sunny day. I was really looking forward to catching up with my friend. Before we sat down to enjoy our lunch I had to go to the bathroom to change Topher's diaper. It was really packed and busy inside the restaurant and there was barely any room to move around the tables. I excused myself and tried to get through in between the space between the chairs. I felt bad because the stroller was a little big and nudging peoples chairs a little but most of the people were extremely understanding and moved thier chair for me except for one lady.

As I was passing by she looks at me and say's " Excuse me you can go around next time." So, I asked "Where? There's no room." She points to the opposite direction where there's a baby sitting in a high chair. I felt so dumbfounded and couldn't believe this lady. Also, she had two kids of her own. I was going to say something but I just shook my head and walked away.

As I was in the bathroom changing Topher I couldn't resist this overwhelming feeling of anger and disbelief. I felt so mad I wanted to say something to her. I knew I shouldn't and just walk away but a part of me wanted to say something to her so bad. Usually I would just walk away but this time I just couldn't. It's definitely the fact that it was a little towards my son. So, I completely lost it and told her what was on my mind.

Did I feel better? Honestly and a bit guiltily, I did. Does that mean I did the right thing? Sad to say but it wasn't. I asked myself in the bathroom, 'What would Jesus do?'  He would maybe ask her a question? He might say, "Are you ok? or simply just walk away?" I guess there's many things I could have done but I chose to stand up for myself which shows that the center was me. I obviously was only thinking about myself and my feelings. Was this wrong? To be frankly honest I'm still going back and forth but one thing I am sure of is that God said to love our enemies as well.

This definitely doesn't discourage me or make me feel bad about myself but helps me to realize that it really isn't me who's changing me but it's my willingness and God's strength that will truly help me to be more like Jesus because let me tell you IT'S HARD but as I told my husband, what in life that's rewarding easy?

Life is hard so I'd rather chose a life with God that's hard but truly rewarding then a life that's hard with no vision.

Failure is the road to our success~


Thursday, March 8, 2012

Until death do us part...

Dear Everyone,

I wanted to share a great story with you guys that defines once again what True Love really looks like..

Her name is Katie Kirkpatrick, 21 yrs old. Next to her is her fiancé, Nick, 23. (Pic1)

This picture was taken prior to their wedding January 11th, 2005.
Katie has terminal cancer and spends hours in chemotherapy.
Here Nick awaits while she finishes one of the sessions...(Pic2)

Even in pain and dealing with her organs shutting down, with the help of morphine,
Katie took care of every single part of the wedding planning.
Her dress had to be adjusted several times due to Katie 's constant weight loss. (Pic3)

An expected guest was her oxygen tank. Katie had to use it during the ceremony and reception.
The other couple in this picture is Nick's parents, very emotional with the wedding and to see their
son marrying the girl he fell in love when he was an adolescent. (Pic4)

Katie , in a wheel chair listening to her husband and friends singing to her. (Pic5)

In the middle of the party, Katie had to rest for a bit and catch her breath.
The pain does not allow her to stand for long period of time. (Pic6)

Katie died 5 days after her wedding. To see a fragile woman dress as bride with a beautiful smile
makes you think... happiness is always there within reach, no matter how long it lasts.....
lets enjoy life and don't live a complicated life. Life is too short.
Work as if it was your first day.
Forgive as soon as possible.
Love without boundaries...
Laugh without control
and never stop smiling.
Please pray for those suffering from cancer.
We all have close to our heart.
Keep this going.

Prayers are always answered.

Life is too short to argue and desperate. .

As I read this story I'm truly inspired by her fiance's love. It's truly beautiful to know that her fiance stuck by her side as he saw her fight for her life. He married her knowing that she may not live more then a few months or few days. If that isn't true love I'm not sure what is. 

True love still exists in this world~

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012


Hey Everyone,

I'm currently really into flared jeans. It's complimenting to most body types and it's very stylish. I'm more of a jeans type of girl so flare jeans is a basic must have for my closet. 
Jeans: Levis/ Shirt:Victoria Secret/ Hat:UO/Bag:Coach/ Jewels:Vintage, Mikkat Market/ Watch: MK/ Belt:AA/ Sunglasses:Karen Walker

We went to Seal Beach on the weekend for some R&R. We had amazing brunch at The Creme Cafe and had a great family time. If you live in LA or visiting you definitely have to stop by this restaurant. It's one of the best brunch restaurant I've been too. Hope you guys all had a great weekend as well.


Monday, March 5, 2012

I'm too old or too young

Hey Everyone,

I've been reminded several times these past few months of a great advice I read from a book called "The Magic of Thinking Big" a few years ago. We tend to make excuses to ourselves when it comes to putting forth action. We all have great ideas and intentions but very few actually puts in the action. Some people have the "age" excusitis which will get you nowhere.

An example of someone with age excusitis is a person who we will call Stacy wants to change her career in a whole different direction but she feels she's too "old" to start now. She says, " I'd have to start from scratch. And I'm too old for that now. I'm 40."

The truth is it's never too late.

The book say's to look at it like this:
When does a man's productive life begin? Let's say 20. Then, when does a man's productive life end? Let's say they stayed in good shape and they love their job, so around 70 years old. So, a man's productive years stretch from 20 to 70. That's 50 years in between or half a century. So if Stacy's 40 she's only spent 20 years of her productive life. She has 30 more years left. In other words, she hasn't even reached the halfway point.

If you were Stacy will you spend another 30 years doing something you don't like to do or start what you love now and spend the remaining 30 years feeling more fulfilled?

It's not how old we are that's important but our attitude towards age that makes it a blessing or a barricade.

It's the same thing for the "I'm too young" age excusitis. A lot of young adults including myself are worried when they have to manage/ supervise people older then them. We have to remember that we never would have been given that position if someone didn't think we had the right skills. Age has nothing to do with your expertise. Have confidence and be respectful. Youth is a liability only when the youth think it is.

I had to break away from this when I was 22 years old. I was supervising people much older then me and it was hard for me especially because of the whole Korean tradition. Some Korean people really take the age gap seriously and expects a certain type of respect automatically from someone who's younger. This book really helped me to build more confidence and not let the age get in the way of striving for my dreams.

I hope this helps you guys as much as it helped me in my life.


Tuesday, February 21, 2012


Hey Everyone,

Usually spring marks all the pastels, ivory, and whites but this year a lot of designers have been introducing bright neon's. I love pastel tones but this year I've been very fond of all the neon accessories such as watches, purses, shoes, and bracelets. Here's a versatile watch I thought would spice up an outfit. I'm really debating if I should get this. What do you guys think? Accents of colors can really make a world of a difference! I'm so ready for Spring!!


Thursday, February 16, 2012

The best parenting tip we most neglect

Hey Everyone,

I had quite a few request to talk about parenting tips so I wanted to share a tip Chris and I learned to have a great marriage and a family.

The most important tip we learned was: Protect your marriage
The husband-wife union is not just a good first step towards child rearing. It is a necessary one. (based on the book"Baby Wise")

I've learned that the greatest overall influence we will have on our child isn't as an individual parent, but in the joint role as husband and wife. A healthy husband-wife relationship is essential to the emotional health of children in the home, and it infuse a stability within the family. A strong marriage also provides a lot of security for children as they grow in the nurturing process.

Chris and I are very conscience of this as we are walking into the world of parenting. I have to be eve more mindful of this because I'm with Topher all day and I can easily make him the center of my attention. I tell Chris when I feel we need more alone time and I crave it if we don't have it on a daily basis.

Here are a few things we do and the tips the book "Baby Wise" recommends to have a strong marriage/ family:

1) Life doesn't stop once you have a baby. It may slow down for a few weeks, but it should not stop entirely. When you become a mother, you do not stop being a daughter, a sister, a friend, or a wife. Those relationship must still be maintained.
2) Date your spouse. Chris and I use to have weekly date nights so we do what we can to keep those sacred. We do what we can to get a babysitter.
3) Continue those loving gestures you enjoyed before the baby came along. I still tell Chris how much I love him everyday and we always give each other a kiss goodbye every morning. I also text him random text messages throughout the day. We also try to keep doing the activities we loved to do together such as singing, working out, outdoor activities, etc.
4) Invite some friends over for food and fellowship. This forces you to plan your child's day around serving others as you work together to prepare your home for the guests. Chris and I invited friends over to watch the football games or to play basketball.
5) At the end of each day, spend fifteen minutes sitting with your spouse discussing the day's event. Chris and I call this "couch time" which takes place after we put him to sleep around 11pm. We realized that the living room had too much distractions so we do it in our bedroom.

Hopefully these tips will help you guys as well!


Tuesday, February 14, 2012

This is what TRUE LOVE is....

Hi Everyone,

Hope everyone is enjoying their Tuesday and especially Valentine's Day!
This is my 3rd Valentine's day with Chris and very memorable one because it's our first with Topher.
What if everyday was Valentine's Day where we show love to people we love? That'll be different right?

This was going around on facebook and I had to share it because this is what True Love is.

The story behind this picture:

'So today I was in Hallmark buying my mom a Happy Birthday card when I noticed this old man stnding in front of the Valentines card section contemplating which one to get. I decide to go over and I ask him “Are you getting a Valentine’s Day for your wife?” in which he replies 'No my wife died 3 years ago from breast cancer but I still buy her roses and a card and bring them to her grave to prove to her that she was the only one that will ever have my heart'

I hope this story can bring a great smile to your heart. Let's protect our love for one another until the end.


Friday, February 10, 2012

IN THE MOMENT - Jessica Stein

Hey Everyone,

I was really inspired by this post by so I had to share.
This totally reminded me of Spring. I can't wait to run around in flowy dresses, pastel tones, and glitter accessories. I'm still in the process of recovering so I have to stay bundled up as much as possible but I can't wait to run around in flowy tops in Spring. I'm definitely trying to add more color into my wardrobe. I actually look best in pastel colors because of my skin tone but I don't own too many of them. Possible investment pieces this year?

Possibly some inspiration for Valentines Day.

Which look is your favorite?

courtesy of

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Beauty Basic Part II

Hey Everyone!

Happy hump day!
I've been loving the weather these past few weeks. It definitely doesn't feel like winter anymore. It's been in the mid 70's or low 80's the past few weeks. It reminded me of how much I really missed the sun.

A few day's ago I did another poll of Facebook and asked everyone what type of foundation they used most often. The winner was definitely BB creme or also known as a Tint lotion.

Tint lotions are great for everyone. I recommend to use one with SPT to protect your skin from the sun. It's great for day's when you don't want to wear any make up but still have some coverage. Also, you can use it as a primer to help your foundation, powders, loose powder, etc to apply smoother. I personally use it whenever I go out.

Why I changed up my routine:
My usual routine is my tint lotion and a loose powder but this year I switched it up a little. Since it was incredibly dry this year I tried a creme foundation. I've never used one before but I actually really love it. It's great for winter because it helps your skin feel and look moisturized. Loose powder can look too matte and dry. I really like the one I got. It's from Artistry but unfortunately they don't carry it here in the US. I special ordered it from Korea. I love the consistency and the way it feels on my skin. It also makes me skin look super radiant and extra healthy. I really love it!

My current daily routine:
I apply a shimmer tint lotion (pearl tube) or regular tint lotion (black tube), then concealer, and lastly my favorite creme foundation.

Here are what my friends chose as their favorite foundation:

  1.   Yeeun Lee BB cream and powder foundation

  2. Sharon Kweon Bb cream

  3. Jeska Lee I use MAC liquid foundation most of time, but I've been using BB cream these days and put powder on top lightly. I like BB cream, but only downside would be limited color variations :(

  4. Jenny Lee Lazy day: BB cream since it has SPF and i'm too lazy to do anything Non-lazy day: BB cream, Foundation, and powder.. :D that's only when I go out somewhere nice..

  5. Erica Gonzalez Artistry Tint Lotion!
  6. Regina Suh Mineral powder and BB cream on heavier days.
  7. Jamie Lee foundation w loose powder
  8. Eun Young Ellen Choi Baked powder foundation. Good coverage but doesnt feel heavy~

Me and my friends recently did a comparison with the tint lotion I use and some of the really popular one's in the market and we literally almost fell off our seat. It was really surprising!

Let me know if you would like me to share the photo's and our experience.


Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Beauty Basic Part I (even if you don't wear make up)

Hey Everyone,

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I love playing with make up and trying different looks but I personally don't wear a lot of make up on a daily basis. Although my daily routine is pretty basic I know a lot of women who don't wear any make-up at all. So, I was inspired to share a beauty basic I learned growing up.

The #1 basic beauty tip for me is to have a well shaped eyebrow.  Our eyes are the center of our face so it helps shape our facial features. If we have well groomed and shaped eyebrows it can help shape our face. Well groomed eyebrows can make a dramatic difference even if you don't wear any make up.

Here are some tutorials on how to shape your eyebrows:

After you shape them you can choose to shade them in or not. I have really light eyebrow hairs so I personally like to shade them in with an eyebrow pencil but if you naturally have thick eyebrows you can just lightly brush on a clear coat of eyebrow mascara or lightly fill it in with a eyebrow pencil.

When you're choosing a eyebrow pencil color I like to chose a color a shade lighter then my current hair color to make sure it looks natural. Sometimes it looks a little unnatural and tacky when you have light brown hair but black color eyebrows. My hair is currently black so I usually use a dark brown or natural black.

Here's how my eyebrows look after they're filled in:

This spring let's start fresh by doing a spring cleaning on ourselves...clean pretty eyebrows!

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

I had to relearn how to accept compliments

Hey Everyone,

This past weekend Chris and I drove to Vegas for a conference and we had a really great time just talking about random things. As we were talking the topic of accepting compliments came up. When I first met Chris I didn't know how to accept compliments. When he said some thing nice to me I wouldn't know how to response so I would say something like, "no I'm not" or "whatever".  I thought if I said "thank you" I would sound conceited and not humble. Then I started wondering why I felt that way. Then it reminded me an incident that happened when I was young.

I remember when I was young I use to say "thank you" all the time whenever someone complimented me. Then in 7th grade one of my girlfriends told me that I sounded conceited because it seemed like I was saying "I know". That was a bit traumatizing because that was the last thing I wanted other people to think I was. Since then I stopped saying "thank you" and instead responded by putting myself down thinking I was being humble. The danger of that is that you are what you say you are and if you keep saying "no I'm not" then some how you start to believe you really aren't. Also, when we put ourselves down other people start to look at us that way as well.

So, I asked Chris "how should I accept compliments?". He recommended that I should say "thank you" and sincerely compliment the other person back. I started practicing with Chris and at first it was a little awkward but after a while it became a habit. Now when he compliments me I say something nice back. 

Compliments are a form of gift as well. It's okay to accept it and it's even greater to give it back.

Do you catch yourself doing what I use to do as well?

Monday, January 23, 2012


Hey Everyone,

Scarf: Zara, Sweater: Mikkat Market, Leggings: American Apparel, Bag:CC Skye Onie Messenger, Shoes: Zara, Necklace: Mikkat Market
I love bundling up in scarfs during the winter. Here's a picture of one of my favorite scarfs. I love that I can wear this all year long and the pop of colors make it very unique. What do you guys like to bundle up in during the winter?

Hope all of you guys have a great week!


Thursday, January 19, 2012

Creating a good habit

Hey Everyone,

This past weekend my family (it's still feels surreal to say that) and I went to Renovare; Latin word which means "to renew" or "to restore"; from church. It's also known as a retreat but our pastor doesn't like to call it that because retreat means to withdraw from something difficult or dangerous and that's not what we're trying to do. I like the thought of renewal more then retreating as well.

I really enjoy listening to our Pastor John speak because he doesn't only just preach the word but he shares logical ways to apply it into our life. There were a lot of great things that was addressed and one of the questions that people asked during our discussion time was, "How do you create a good habit?" Our Pastor's response to that was, "the same way you create a bad habit. You just do it."

I really connected with that question because I had a hard time breaking a bad habit of mine for a long time. Ever since I was young I held things off until the last minute and that became a habit. The consequences of procrastinating wasn't as harmful when I was young but as I got older it really bit me in the butt. I've made subtle changes throughout the year but it wasn't enough. This year I really really really wanted to make a change. I knew if I really wanted to achieve my dreams and goals I had to change. The key is I REALLY wanted it. So, I wanted to share a few things I did to create a good habit in my life.

I'm reading a book called "Leading an Inspired Life" by Jim Rohn and this book is what really helped me to create a good habit. I would highly recommend this book because it's such an easy read. The chapters are short so it really makes you feel like you're going through the book really fast which is awesome.

So, how did I create a good habit? The magic word is Discipline: the continuing process that brings all the good things.

"How do you get a miracle going? It's all a matter of discipline. And it begins with one simple step: doing what you can do."

We sometimes look at an undisciplined day and conclude that no harm was done but add up all those days which makes a year, then add up those years which makes a lifetime. Failure is not a cataclysmic event. It's not a result of one major incident but it's a result of little things we failed to do. So, we must be disciplined in order to create good habits. We discipline ourselves to do the little things in our daily life to create a good habit overall.

Here are the steps I took:
1) I started by not procrastinating even on the little things in my life such as: doing the laundry, washing the dishes right away, making my bed, putting my clothes away, writing on my blog, working out, etc. I have to learn to accomplish the small things before I try to accomplish big things.

2) Every time I accomplished something (such as washing the dishes right away) I really congratulated myself. I told myself, "Sandy, you did a great job!" This created confidence and motivated me to continue what I'm doing.

3) I didn't try to over achieve in the beginning. In the past I tried to change too much all at once that I felt unmotivated once I failed to do it but this time I made goals each day I knew I can achieve. Once I started to master those goals I would set higher goals to stretch myself.

4) Just keep doing it! Try your best to be consistent but if you fail to do it once don't feel discouraged. Just keep doing it. Success in anything doesn't happen over night so creating a good habit doesn't either but you can do it.

5) Don't share this new dedication with someone who won't support you but with someone who will truly root for you.

Sometimes when I try to talk myself out of doing something because of fear or other reasons, I think of someone who was able to accomplish it and remind myself that God created me just as great so I can do it too. This always seems to give me the courage and strength when I need it.

I've been applying these steps the past few weeks and I already see a difference in myself. It's like a ripple effect. Since I'm gaining more confidence I feel like I can accomplish a lot more.  I would highly recommend for you to get the book if you want to know more in details as well. I hope this helps you guys in some way.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The best skin care advices

Hey Everyone,

I'm sure you guys all heard it before but washing your face everyday is very crucial but its just as important to use a toner. Not only is it the final step to cleansing your skin but it also balances your skins pH level.  It also preps your skin to absorb the nutrients from the essence and creme. Also, make sure you apply the toner with a cotton so that your face absorbs all the nutrients and not your palm. 

Taking 5 minutes out of your day to take care of your skin will go a long way. We all have 5 minutes to spare right?

A few weeks ago I asked my friends on facebook what some of the best skin care advices they received and a few people answered back with great answers. So, I thought it would be great to share what some people said.
  1. Jenny Lee wear sunscreen everyday!

  2. Chris Choe If I don't wash my face for a day it's equal to 3 days of not washing.

  3. Caroline Vasquez-Coronado Wash your face daily and moisturise day and nite.

  4. Roselynn Peungtuan-Dang Sunscreen daily and exfoliate BEFORE cleanser :)

  5. Allysha Almada Keep your hands off your face

  6. Jenn Lee Baking soda helps with blackheads:)

  7. Anne Song sunscreen rain or shine!

  8. Sandy Choi Thanks everyone for sharing. The best advise I've learned was "don't savor". If it say's 12-weeks supply use it up in 12 weeks to get the full benefit.
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Thursday, January 12, 2012

A video of our 2011

In the year of 2011

Hey Everyone,

There's 8 minutes left until 2012 as I'm writing this post and I'm really enjoying reminiscing about all the great things that happened this year.

Just to name a few things that happened this year... we went to DC with CJ, pregnant with Topher, a lot of morning sickness, found a great church/ family, made great friends, our T-Day group was launched, great mentors, Vancouver, my surprise birthday party, baptism, baby shower, Renovare (retreat), TOPHER, etc... so much more.

Chris and I were a little sad that we couldn't spend New Years Eve with our Numanites because we didn't want to take the chances of Topher getting sick with bad germs going around everywhere but we made the best of it with great wine, desserts, and conversation. We've been talking about all the blessings we've been given this year and the new goals and visions we have for 2012. We started 2011 with plans but God surpassed them all with even greater plans. He blessed us with great new friends, a great church, Topher, our business, and most importantly we grew a little more as a couple. I love Chris more and more each year.

The best thing that happened to us this year by far was obviously Topher but another great event was my baptism. It was a really special moment for me since I was pregnant with Topher and Chris helped baptize us. Also I'm thankful for our family, friends, and our Numa family. This year wouldn't have been the same without any of them. Above all I'm thankful for my husband who has been consistent and never changing. I thank God for sending me the perfect person for me.

I'm looking forward to all the great surprises God and life has in store for us in the upcoming year of 2012.

As Jim Rohm said, whether it was 1000 years ago or 1000 years from now life is made up of the same mix. It's filled with opportunities and difficulties. Let's make the best of all of it.



Hey Everyone,

I got this beautiful coach bag from my in- laws as a pushing gift. If you don't know what a pushing gift is basically it's for having a baby. You usually get one from your husband as well. I didn't know about it until Chris and his cousin told me.

I've been looking for a nice red purse and this is perfect. I love the gold details. It really makes it elegant and stylish. It's definitely a timeless piece. Maybe have a daughter in the future to pass this on too? Hopefully~

Shirt: Target, Pants: Zara, Jacket:, Shoes: Vince Camuto, Purse: Coach, Watch: Michael Kor, Bracelet: Vintage, Key Necklace: Nadri (Nordstrom)



Hey Everyone,

I don't know what happened by a few of my posts got erased. Past few weeks of writing and sharing all gone. I'm a little upset but I'm not going to let it get to me. A few of you guys might have already seen these pictures but I wanted to re-post it.
I've always had a passion to travel all over the world. My goal is to travel to anywhere I can go to experience the beauties God has created.
I've always wanted to go to Hawaii since I was really young and I got a chance to go for my honeymoon. It was so much fun. We did so many things in one week. It was a bit short but really sweet.
We're planning to go with Topher next year when he's two years old. We want to play with him in the sand. I'm sure it'll be a whole different experience traveling with Topher. It's going to be that much more sweeter! We're also planning to send our parents there as well. We're planning in the next 2 years. They have to experience the bright blue ocean, tropical weather, Giovanni's shrimp, and many more.

Here's a few pictures from our honeymoon:

 Looking back at pictures brings back so many memories and emotion. Oh how I miss you Hawaii. Can't wait to see you again!!

Where would you guys like to go on your next vacation? I would love to know!

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