Posts Tagged ‘Fashion Breaker’

“Keeping my professional identity with a valid Identification Card.”

Just like any other Registered Nurse of the Philippines, embracing the professional world starts with a professional identification card. I got my professional ID from the Philippine Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) – Iloilo Branch last July 3, 2013. My ID was long overdue. I passed the nurse licensure examination last June 2012, and I applied for my ID on September 9, 2012. If I would count the months, days, and hours, my wait would show as 9months, 22days, and 13hours. I would not utter another word for my disgust on the  PRC system as it would flourish for a long and controversial story. Just to fill your curiosity, the story of how I got my professional ID was a little bit disgusting yet fulfilling. I took the queuing moments, the ‘here-and-there’, the ‘pointing of fingers’ and the ‘appointment with the PRC-Iloilo’s secretary’.  And it all ends with me holding my professional ID.

PRC Identification Card of Nurses


“Sometimes you need to mouthed who you really are.”

“I’m just like any woman who don’t wake up with perfect hair, who don’t mind eating a Big Mac instead of salad, who don’t wear 50 pounds of make-up, who’d rather spend the day in sweatpants, skirts and dresses, who love loose-fitting shirts and blouses, who don’t get all the guys, who aren’t ‘popular’ but feel like it, when they’re with their true friends.

Ordinary Woman is Ericka Jane Estrellado

I’m just a woman who sticks to flat shoes and wedges instead of heels, who isn’t afraid to break or follow trends, who don’t always get an own way; who don’t get everything I want, and who don’t need a guy to tell me I am beautiful. I’m just me—a nobody who wanted to be somebody’s somebody.

“My closet is my sanctuary.”

A girl’s closet is a treasure worth keeping for. That’s why I have been keen on who can see mine. Letting other people walk inside your closet means you allow them to be with you. You permit them to see who you really are when you are inside your closet.

Fashion in My Closet


“Where have you been?”

Most people are asking where have I been since I’ve been not active on Facebook for sometime. Well, for your information, Facebook is not the only place you can see me if you are eager enough to be with me. So why bother asking me? Some people just settle for a place because most people live in that certain place. Can you just go or make your own place?


A Handsome Nurse A Day Keeps My Worries Away???

George Clooney as ER Nurse

George Clooney as Dr. Doug Ross in ER

If the emergency room nurse is as handsome as Dr. Doug Ross, any female patient will be cured immediately. But being handsome is not a requirement to be a nurse in any setting. (more…)

Disclaimer: This post is my observation on my experience at a Philippine Government Hospital. I don’t intend to make any fuss on the health care agency of the Philippines. I just wanted to share what I have experience in an honest to goodness reality. After all, this blog is all about my love, fashion and life experiences and adventure.

“As a nurse, I am always called to render my service to anyone, especially to my family.”

Filipino NurseLast March 16, 2013, while working on my post about the casual weekend and PBA game, we received a call from my cousin informing us that her mother will be going to the hospital. She had attacks of chest pain the whole Saturday, and the pain worsened by 6pm. Here is my Nurse’s documentation of the event: (more…)

“Visit a Farm and you’ll get unexpected surprises and experiences!”

We had a two-hour ride from Iloilo City, Philippines last March 10, 2013 to reach the fantastic Garin Farm, located at the town of San Joaquin, Iloilo. We took a red public utility jeepney of ‘Manong’ Freddy, who was so accommodating and nice. He even sent us straight to the farm for only PHP 70. For a regular, you could be at the farm for one and a half to two hour ride with a public jeepney or a CERES bus, which will bring you to the parking area for the Garin Farm’s tricycle. The farm’s tricycle will then bring you to the place. Thank you for the nice ride.

Garin Farm