Everybody Everywhere | Jana Alayra


My daughter loves every Jana Alayra composition. One of the latest video she asked me to add to her list of offline videos was Everybody Everywhere, another Christian song. Just like Fixin' My Eyes on You, this song is also catchy and the tune will stuck in your head like forever haha

Everybody Everywhere | Lyrics


From the top of my head
Way way down to my toes
I can't keep it all inside
I want to JUMP with all my might

From the top of my head
Way way down to my toes
I can't keep it all inside
I want to DANCE with all my might

Chorus:

Everybody everywhere
Raise your hands up in the air
And say Jesus, Jesus
Jesus is alive
Everybody everywhere
Raise your hands up in the air
And say Jesus, Jesus
Jesus is alive

Listen. enjoy, REPEAT!

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf | Solar Saturdays


Let there be light... The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf celebrated Earth Day by partnering with Liter of Light- a global, grassroots movement committed to providing affordable, sustainable light to people with limited or no access to electricity. Customer of all ages acted as solar engineers by building their own solar-powered lamps for a day, in the hopes of giving the precious gift of light to those in need.

#SolarSaturdays

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Seeing the difference a light can make in the lives of others, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf was moved to launch #SolarSaturdays, a series of events that gives customers the opportunity to build their own solar powered lamps for only Php 1,000 at select stores every Saturday.  Each lamp will provide a renewable source of light for an impoverished Filipino Family's home, chnaging the way they will see and live for years to come. At the end of the campaign, al lamps collected will be delivered by The Philippine Roadtrip and Liter of Light to communities in far-flung and off-grid areas around the Philippines.

Earthquake Drill | Drop! Cover! Hold On!


I believe that we all have experienced earthquake at least once in our life. I was still studying then when I felt my school building shaking. Teachers and students were running around in every direction. I remembered that I gathered my stuff and ran down the stairs as fast as I could to the nearest open ground. It was truly a terrifying experience!

Shake Drill | Drop! Cover! Hold On!

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Earthquake is the perceptible shaking of the surface of the Earth, resulting from the sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust that creates seismic waves. - Wikipedia

Fast-forward to today, parents are comforted by the fact that the local government agency, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), and schools are annually conducting Earthquake Evacuation Drills to prepare kids as young as 2 years old. 

Princess Aurora aka Sleeping Beauty | Birthday Party


My daughter turned four years old last week and she had a wonderful time celebrating her birthday with her classmates and friends in her preschool. She enjoyed it so much so that she can't stop talking about her Princess Aurora birthday party until today.  

Sleeping Beauty | Princess Aurora

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Planning a birthday party for a toddler was pretty easy because I already have several trusted suppliers in mind. It also helped that I was once a party organizer before I became a homemaker ; p

Science-in-the-Park | BGC


It was still early in the afternoon when my family and I finished exploring Dino Play so we decided to grab a snack at Krispy Kreme before heading home. While we were walking back to where our car was parked, I spotted Science-in-the-Park by the Mind Museum.

Science-in-the-Park | Nature's Artful Play

 This outdoor science complex has four themed pockets namely Math, Music, Living and Water.

Brachistochrone Slide | Math Pocket


 The brachistochrone problem from the Greek terms brachistos (shortest) and chronos (time), was solved with a curve called inverted cycloid. 
Cycloids are arcs generated by a point on the circle rolling along a straight line.
Although longer in length due to the curvature, the object increases in speed as it falls, allowing it to reach the end quicker.

Designed by: Reginald S. Yuson