Books I’ve Read (of Pages and Chapters)

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Of Pages and Chapters, allow me to share the books I’ve read.

I don’t really consider myself a bookworm, I am just one ordinary girl who reads books. I guess in this life time I might have not completed a hundred or two. Trying my best to accomplish that. hehehe At least to give justice to my profession of being an educator… Well I guess, adding all the textbooks, I bet I’ve reach 100! 🙂 Anyway, here’s my humble list of pages and chapters of that world called books! 🙂

Majority of these books I have read a long time ago and can’t recall the exact year… So instead of specifying them year by year, I’ve collated them into 2017 backwards and will update 2018 onwards as I go along the way 🙂 Again, welcome to #TheKokobearsLibrary as #KayneBooks #KayneReads.

Basically on my “2018 TO READ” shelf! Wish me luck! Hope to finish it before Season 8 comes. Thank you to _ _ _   _ _ _ you know who you are! #ChristmasWishlist2017 🙂

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What I’m reading this year (2018)

  • Current: Everyone Can Be Creative by Merlee Cruz-Jayme
  • All I Need to Know, I Learned in Kindergaten by Robert Fulghum
  • Steal Like An Artist by Austin Kleon
  • Show Your Work by Austin Kleon 

I’ve read from 2017 – backwards:

  1. Paano Ba by Bianca Gonzales (2017)
  2. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiosaki (2017)
  3. Dear Alex by Alex Gonzaga (2016)
  4. Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom (2016)
  5. For One More Day – by Mitch Albom
  6. The Five People you Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
  7. My Maid Invests in the Stock Market (E-Book shorter version) by Bo Sanchez
  8. Twilight Saga (All 4 books: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn) – Audio book by Stephenie Meyer
  9. One True Love by Bo Sanchez
  10. Seneca Falls Inheritance by Meriam Grace Monfredo (2004- used for a book review project in CNU)
  11. ANGELS The Inside Scoop on the Stars of Charlie’s Angels by Nancy Krulik
  12. Acres of Diamon (Book of Opportuniy) by Russell Conwell
  13. What to Say When You Talk to Yourself by Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D
  14. Alias (Skin Deep) by Cathy Hapka
  15. The Valkyries by Paolo Coelho
  16. The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho
  17. By The River Piedra, I Sat Down and Wept by Paolo Coelho
  18. Anne Frank (Highschool Days)
  19. Bloodline by Sidney Sheldon (my very first Sidney Sheldon encounter and after that, I became a fan!)
  20. A Stranger in the Mirror by Sidney Sheldon
  21. Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon
  22. Windmills of Gods by Sidney Sheldon
  23. Ryan White (True Story) by Ryan White and Anne Marie Cunningham
  24. The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren
  25. The Spice Girls (Uncensored  Story) by Anna Louise Golden

 

 


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Book Review: All I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten (by Robert Fulghum)

Been shelving this book for years… (probably more than a decade now!) … Never thought I’d be entertained this much! Thought-provoking, a few basics and some needs processing…. Hahaha 🙂

 

Book Review 

ALL I NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN 

By: Robert Fulghum

Genre: Non-Fiction | Published: 1986,1988

 

There is magic from its title alone. There is curiosity that tickles the mind on what he means with it. Fulghum’s wit and simplifies the ordinary things and made them extra special. It is a delightful read that will leave you smiling in between the chapters and pages of this book.

It is simply a collection of short narratives in his life which quiet applies to ours too.

He also started this book with a list of basic things we learn in KG that truth be told – still relevant to our “NOW”.

Here, he also shared A Storyteller’s Creed which goes:

I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge.
That myth is more potent than history.
That dreams are more powerful than facts.
That hope always triumphs over experience.
That laughter is the only cure for grief.
And I believe that love is stronger than death.
Robert Fulghum (AIRNTKILIK)

 

Of course, I won’t end this book review with out some of my most favorite lines in this book.

📝 A Few Lessons worth taking notes (but not limited to it are the parts about :

  • *Miracle in a box
  • *Spiders
  • *Solomon islanders yelling to trees
  • *Abacus
  • *The Russians
  • *Charles Boyer and there are more…

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“Living things have been doing just that for a long long time. Through every kind of disaster and setback and catastrophe. We are survivors. And we teach our kids about that. And maybe spiders tell their kids about it too.. in their spider sort of way.”

“Solomon islanders may have a point. Yelling at living things does tend to kill the spirit in them Sticks and stones may break our bones but words will break our hearts.”

“There is a sense that we need to go home again – and can go home again. Not to recover home, no. But to sanctify memory. . . . Through hard to explain, there is treasure there.”

“Her love was life to me…

. . . But there are moments when I look across the room – amid the daily ordinariness of life – and see the person I call my wife and friend and companion. And really is possible to love someone that much. I now. I’m certain of it.”

“It is something I can touch and hold and I believe in, especially when love gets difficult and there are no small arms around my neck anymore.”

I think old God is a Sardine player. And will be found the same way everybody gets found in Sardines – by the sound of laughter of those heaped together at the end. Click To Tweet

“It reminds me of an old Sufi story of a good man who was granted one wish by God. The man said he would like to go about doing something good without knowing about it. God granted his wish. And then God decided that it was such a good idea, he would grant that wish all al human beings. And so it has been to this day.”

“For others, it maybe an ordinary day. But the spirit of the season has been clear for a long time. God who it is said to started all this. Cared enough to send the very best.”

“I want my childhood back! . . . A child who is impractical, unrealistic, simple-minded and terribly vulnerable to joy. :)”

“An everlasting tandem: a liberation finally amounts to being free from things we don’t like in order to be enslaved by things we approve of.”

Fulghum’s Exchange Principle extends it: “every person passing through this life will unknowingly leave something and take something away. Most of this “something” cannot be seen or heard or numbered. It does not show up in a census. But nothing counts without it.”

“It’s about power (and the price) of imagination.”

“The Good Samaritan… I have wondered about the rest of the story. What effect did the charity have on the man. .. or did he remember the cruelty of the robbers? Which one shaped his life? What did he pass on to the strangers in his life? Those in need as he met?”

Everything you can imagine you can make it real – Picasso Click To Tweet

Mother Teresa’s: We can do no great things; only small things with great love.

Peace is not something you wish for; it is something you make, something you do, something you are and something you give away.

 

There’s so much to share, but I leave it to you.

 

The ending? Well, I’d say it didn’t . . . Did I get you more curious?

 

I hope these lines encourages you to go find this book and don’t let it wait for a decade!

 

 

God bless,

 

 

 

 

 


 

Favorite Blogging Apps

Favorite Blogging Apps

Favorite Blogging Apps!

Every blogger has his/her go to blogging apps –  whether you use it through your mobile phones and on your desktop/laptop. There’s been hundreds of app around IOS & Google Apps Stores that helps bloggers and vloggers to polish our contents and everyone has his/her favorite. Here is my humble take on this:

 

1 – WordPress App

Major major top bill on this list, is the main blog platform, WordPress! There are times when I am away from my laptop, so made sure that WordPress app is handy on my phone. Draft ideas on titles, photos and write ups are easily saved while I am out of my desk.

2 – Canva 

Photo editing and layout has never been easy. Canva helped me a lot in all of my head photos and IG photos. Simply choose a template, change colors, text, photos and even filters. In no time, you’ll have your beautiful versions of an IG Photo, Youtube cover photos, Facebook FB Page cover photos or even for your presentations.

3 – PhotoGrid

Collating photos artistically is also very important. At times we want to capture photos that seemed to look similar but if you look closely it shows details of minor differences which is possibly your purpose to explain how things work – probably on DIY items or How To blog posts.

4 – MailChimp

Readers are one of the most important treasure a blogger must have. Emails are as good as people that we want to keep and so, to keep them organize, try our Mailchimp for your broadcast emails and keeping contacts.

5 – Social: Instagram, Facebook Pages, Twitter

Build more page visitors through Social Media, therefore these 3 are important to me. Aside from these 3 major platforms, I am also into Google+, Tumblr, Pinterest, Bloglovin etc. Although majority of my views definitely comes from these big 3!

I know, there are some apps that sets schedule on publishing posts or IG contents, but I wanna make things simple and still personalized. Oh by the way, I still keep with me my favorite manual apps – my notebook and pen! 😀

For now, these are my current favorites. How about you, what apps do you use in your #BlogLife?

Go ahead, share it!

 

 

God bless!

 

 

 

 

 


This is not a sponsored blog post. I just simply enjoy these apps!

Kayne Series (Vol. 5) – #AtoZChallenge2018

Kayne Series Volume 5 – The #AtoZChallenge2018

Disclaimer: Before seeing a few blogs who did this #AtoZChallenge, I personally have seen these pages (the photos above) from my personalized magazine (make-my-own) where I created this A-Z list. Actually it has been my practice ever since I became an ESL Teacher. In fact I have used this strategy as well during my first one-on-one sessions for my CLS/HH members. 😀

Athena | Basketball | Car | Diary | Education | Fantasy | G-mik | Height | Internet | Julie Mae | Kayne | Letters | Mtv | Novels | Ouiting | Paris | Quiet | Relax | Singing | Tash | Ur105 | Vj  | Work | Xinsei | Yuck | Zoo

 

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The above A to Z was my list way back 2004-2005, I guess I made it during my late CNU days. Before posting this, I have made a new version of this #AtoZChallenge for 2018.

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What has changed?
What’s the difference after a decade?
What are the things/people/concerns that  I am into compared to 2005 vs 2018? (13 years later)
Does some of these letters (items) still capture my heart after all these years?
Read on and learn in this new #KayneSeries!
  • Artistic

    True to my theme this year: Passion Projects and Breakthroughs 2018 #PPBreakthroughs2018 – I would like to become more ARTISTIC in all my endeavors. I wanna express that side of me who wants to be an artist in my own way. Be it be in my blog life, in community, in  my passion and more. I hope to be better in this journey of an artistic life! 🙂

  • Bread and Butter

    It’s been almost 1 year and 4 months since I last worked and lost my bread and butter. I have to say I miss it so much now. But I trust that God has a better plan for me and I’m so excited what He has instore for me! bring it on J!

  • CFC-FFL or CFFL in UAE

    Community life has always been a part of my journey since 2009 and up to this day, I am a proud member of CFC-FFL or CFFL in UAE. It’s been 9 years now and with all the ups and downs of the community life, I remain truthful to my covenant, with God’s strength He will provide and He will keep me going. Amen!

  • Dado (Papa Glenn)

    I love Papa! Family is love. It is because of him (and Mama) that I am who I am today. 🙂 Honoring him and my mom at all times. Hello Glenn Dacalos Bacus, I love you Pa! <3

  • Europe

    The countries in Europe is on my bucketlist! Who doesn’t have it? 🙂 Italy is on the top list, followed by Paris, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and more! Hopefully very soon I will get to tick off at least one of them.

  • Faith

    This is being tested every now and then. Way back then, I thought I had enough but the more that I learn about it, the more I learn that there is more need to seek about this. Seek God deeper.

  • Grey

    That’s the name of our newest family member. My very first nephew. Glenrey aka Grey!

  • Health

    Late Feb this year when I have to do a breakthrough about my health and somehow bcoz of that I am now trying my best to be mindful of that part of my life.

  • Interior Designs

    I am currently into beautiful interior designs – binge watching/looking for ideas that sparks interest and could possibly apply it into our lil abode. I always enjoy IKEA’s tiny rooms but Pinterest has been giving so much inspo too!

  • Jesus

    What a beautiful name it is. In His name, I trust. I am a #Missionary247 #CyberMissionary for Jesus’ glory. I am a Proud Catholic and so I have shared this guide for the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about this faith. Let the Bible answer your questions.  Read: I am CATHOLIC.

  • Kokobear

    My love. My Darrelle (awww! Cheesy here,  but true! hehe )

  • Life Verses

    This is a new #PassionProject I am creating this year. Watch out for it very soon my on YouTube Channel. 😀

  • Mom (Mama Julie)

    Simply because she’s my mother. I guess the more you get older the more you appreciate the people in your life. Hi Julita Hortelano Bacus! <3 Saranghae uma!

  • New Place: Dubai

    I may be celebrating my one (1) decade in the UAE, but most of it 99% of it is in Abu Dhabi. This year, Kokobear and I embark into a new place – DUBAI! Our version of Dubnation! We look forward to new discoveries, new learnings, new challenges that God wwill through our ways. For we believe God will provide and He will straighten our paths.

  • Organizing

    Been going through some organizing mess! haha Actually I have these so many things on my head that required prioritizing and organizing. So many ideas, passion project goals and to do! I know for sure what to do with it, its just that I love the feeling and though of being so busy (on my head) thinking this and that,,, while I am still out of the real world job. I will try to organize them very soon. Wish me luck! 😀

  • Passion Projects

    This year I call it a year of #PassionProjects and Breakthroughs. I would like to dedicate a few blog posts about this very important topic. I believe that we all have to do such creative side projects or hobby that would allow us to simply destress and enjoy doing it with out pressure. Here is the first installment post that I made to open this year. Read: Why Start a Passion Project?

     

  • Quitting

    Last year (2017) I quit doing something I really love. I thought quiting is a weak person’s move. Yet quitting lead me to bigger plan that God has made.  Always make a point of offering such decision to God. I trust that He would let things happen for a reason. If you Google quotes about quitting, it usually shows you a “Don’t Quit” quotes – here’s my version to it:

Quitting” is a –Quiz –Using the –Intelligence of God’s perfect –Timing.
  • Risks

    As I move forward to my 33rd year this year – I thought that the more that I am open to taking risks. Job choices, life decisions and others. I just pray that whatever risk I take – the Lord will bless these actions.

  • Stories

    This year I have re-opened my WattPad account ang thought of writing more stories. Since this year is my year of Passion Projects, working on new stories or publishing old ones is one of my projects. I hope to finish at least 5 this year, maximum 10. Get updates and read my stories on #WattPad_MissJMKayne. Hopefully I will get a time to work on it and move forward to more! Fingers crossed! 😀

  • Teaching

    My first and forever number one passion. I may not be doing it now, but I am always a teacher at heart. Of course I don’t go far, at the  moment I also have an ongoing Passion Project under “brainstorming stage” where I will be teaching something online. As of today, the details are not yet ready to be divuldged. I will definitely update you once I hit the ready button 🙂 In the meantime, get a glance into my TEACHING Room online. 

  • Unity

    To be united in whatever aspect in life: family, faith, love, team, community is so important. It is the backbone of a successful, loving and faithful unit of the society. I know it’s a tough call – but if only we unite for the better cause of life. I bet things will be better.

  • Video making and editing

    Currently preparing my video editing skills for my #PassionProject to do some YouTube videos soon. 🙂 Its for my #IAmACyberMissionary series for Life Verses. Watch out for it very soon.

  • Writing

    I’ve shared in my past blog posts, that this skill is my weakest and for me to polish it, I have to continously learn and study. It’s one of the very reason why I am into this blogging because I’d like to work better on this. In fact, my IELTS scores will show that among the 4 skills 🙂 hehehe Writing – although I passed – is still the lowest score that I have. I am a work in progress. I claim no “pro” status in this field even if I am the Editor-in-chief of The VineyardMagazine. So, here I am, trying my very best to build my writing life better than ever. Hopefully I could someday claim that I am indeed in a next level! 🙂

  • Xoxo

    Favorite and shortest way to express kisses and hugs! Hahah never thought that this actually mean something until I learned what it is! For those who might not be familiar yet,,, X means kisses while O is a hug! ^^ 

  • Zeal

    Zeal is a characterstic that we usually feel whenever we get ourself into something really interesting. Zeal for Love, Zeal for God. Zeal could be a another word for Passion. Right now I have this Zeal to take this online life into a higher level. I hope to someday become someone who I looked up to. People or entreuprener who have made life and business through their online presence. 

 

Interested of doing the same? The CHALLENGE is so easy, do your own #AtoZChallenge on your blog too! Just tag me on that post…
Simply take a paper (or on your blog itself – maybe on a notebook and start writing your A to Z) or alternatively here’s a freebie worksheet for your to use.

 

 


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TakeHome-ily: On Readiness and Seeing Him

Today, I went for a Monday mass with my parents and the priest has a very basic yet remarkable homily.

He said:

Whenever we attend the mass – every Christian (Catholics most especially) HAVE SEEN THE LORD – we just didn’t recognize IT.

Have you seen Him?

Yes we have. We all have. Others may say we see Him through the cross. It’s correct, but what if there is no cross. How else do we see God during the mass?

We see Him, through the host. The host which other people may think – it is just a bread. A bread that others sees it as nothing. But the bread with the wine are two important things in life. We eat bread and drink (water/wine) to survive. These two are essential in living. As Catholics, we believed that the bread represents Christ’s body and the wine is His blood. In life, we don’t only eat, and eat and eat without drinking. We don’t drink, and drink and drink wihtout eating. These two must go together, without it we die. I love how the priest delivered it in the Cebuano dialect . . . “Pareho sa pan/bino – ang Ginoo, kung wala cya, wala pud kita. “Kung wala Ko – wala ka na” (patay ka na). (“Just like the bread and wine, without it – we will not survive. And as the Lord always says, without Him we are nothing). – John 15:5

The Lord sees us everyday. the question is, do we recognize Him?

We mostly fail to see Him in our day to day life – that’s why we fall into sin. Let’s be reminded, that the Lord is everywhere. In the mass, He is the host. Outside He is the neighbor that annoys you. At work, He is your boss or colleague that challenges your patience. He could be that noisy kid near you . . . God is everywhere. God is with us, He is Emmanuel.

 

Another take home-ily (homily) I had today is the common joke we often hear from priests.
He asked:

Priest: I have 2 questions: First, Who among you here wants to go to Heaven?

Crowd: Everyone raised our hands. ( 🙂 Smiling and seemed ready for the next question)

Priest: Very good . . . Now the second question. Who wants to go to heaven, – NOW?

Crowd: (No one raised their hand, including myself) – and a roar of laughter answered that question.

Priest: “Mao na di ha…Ngano man nga way gusto mo adto sa langit? If heaven has everything. If Heaven has it all, it has endless happiness?”. (That’s what we’re saying… Why is it no one wants to go to heaven? If heaven has everything. If Heaven has it all, if it has endless happiness?”)

Crowd: Silent, listening intently… (that includes myself again – asking the same and my mind was wandering why.)

Priest: No one wants to go now, kay ang tao daghan pa kaayo ug kabilinggan. Naa pa koy trabaho, naa pa koy pamilya, naa pa koy kini, naa pa koy mao ni – mao na. (No one wants to go now, because we still have some earthly concerns and things/people we don’t want to give up. I still have work, I have my family, I still have this or that. . . . )

He continued . . .

Priest: Naa di ay tay choice kung oras na? (Do we have a choice if it’s time?)

The very reason why no one raised their hands for the second question is because, we are not ready yet. You are not ready yet. Because IF YOU ARE READY – who would not like to go now? If heaven is a place for continous happiness, where everything is present – why not go now? Aside from the fact that we are not ready yet because of the things or people that we may leave – ARE WE ACTUALLY READY?” Examine your life and ask again, if today – the Lord will ask, come with me in heaven. Will you go with Him?”

 

Will you go with Him, thinking that you are ready?
Spiritually ready?
Have you lived your life for Christ?

* * * This simple joke from the priests maybe taken lightly by others, but going deeper than the usual, it is a remarkable reminder of how we should actually live our life. Living a life ready when He calls us. A life that we must be proud of – because you can claim that you have lived your life for the Lord. * * *
So the next time, the priest or a spiritual speakers asks –

Will you go to heaven? Will you go to heaven now?

What will be your answer?

 

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Let this be our Prayer:

Dear Lord,

Tonight, as we lay our body to our bed – may You allow us to be ready when you call. Allow us to offer our life for Your glory. If one day, you ask me to come back to you, make me ready. Ready for your call.

In Jesus name. Amen.

 

God bless,

 

 

 


Today’s Readings

  • First Reading: Acts 16:11-15
  • Gospel: John 15:26-16:4

07| May |2018 | Monday
Pardo Church Cemetery | Mass Service @ 5:00 PM

A Labour Day Special – My “WORK-Life” Journey

Happy Labour’s Day!!!

Hats off to all the hard-working people in the world!

I have been thinking of what to post for this very special day. Then came the idea of sharing my own career journey. It’s easy to just simply enjoy the holiday and greet each other a Happy Labour’s Day… But going deeper to its meaning and actually appreciate every individual who dedicates their 8 AM – 5 PM everyday (others are even up to 12, 15, 20 or 24 hours a day) at work is bigger than the picture that we see with our eyes.

What I am trying to say, is that, more than just the greetings and the “rest day” or the holiday – take time to sit down with that “worker” in your family. Embrace him/her and say your gratitude. Life has become easier because of his/her efforts.

On the other hand, allow me to share my own career journey. This is my way of expressing gratitude to the companies I have worked with. Remembering the place, the ambiance, the scent, the people, the emotions and the lessons learned!

But most of all, this is somehow a gratitude list to God – for the opportunities He gave me.

A Teacher.

UC-ESL & GEOS Philippines, Cebu Philippines. First and foremost, it was my childhood dream to become an educator. It’s so vivid in the depth of my memories that I used to gather younger kiddos around and pretend to be one. In fact, at – 20 years old later I have become a licensed teacher.

Money Changer Assistant.

VHEZ Exchange, Colon Cebu PH. My Aunt has a Money Changing business and on Sundays during my college years, I would assist my mom. This opened my to the various currency around the world. An exciting day there was, every time you get to receive fake notes! 🙂 That was really fun!

Telemarketer.

Emirates Technical & Safety Development Centre (ETSDC), Abu Dhabi, UAE. Right after graduating at the normal school, I tend to try out any other work. I have applied to different positions including Sales and the most popular back then – a call center agent. Company after company, I was labelled as “not yet ready”, thus being turned down. But when the opportunity knocks in 2008, when my cousin asked me if I am interested, I never mind what that position was. On my head was “ticking off a bucket-list” to get my passport stamped before it expires! lol And yes, it was a Telemarketer position for a Safety Training Centre in Abu Dhabi. Closely CSR or Call Centre Agent somehow!

Sea Survival & HUET Instructor

Emirates Technical & Safety Development Centre (ETSDC), Abu Dhabi, UAE. After 2 years of marketing/telemarketing the courses and with my manager’s knowledge of my teaching background – he then assigned me a special class exclusive for ladies. This was to teach Sea Survival and HUET (Helicopter Underwater Landing Training). To my excitement, I nailed it like the very first time I started teaching! I love sharing knowledge and information. It is still my number one passion to this day.

Training Admin Assistant

National Drilling Company (now ADNOC Drilling), Abu Dhabi, UAE. After gaining a hundreds++ companies under my belt, comes an opportunity of a lifetime. One of Abu Dhabi’s government companies (in Oil Drilling) have given me this chance to be a part of their team. I grabbed it of course! I have worked for them for 4+ years.

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As of March 2018, I am still in the quest to my next position. What could it be? I am excited to know what God has in store for me. Curious about my CV? Check it out on my LinkedIn Profile.

I’ve written this career journey as a special LABOUR DAY salute to all labours, most especially to all OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers). You are indeed heroes in your own right.

How about you, what jobs have you taken? How was your experience?

God bless,


 

Competition Time @ Old English Company

Do you love Stationery? How about enamel pins?

Old English Co. runs these amazing competition where you could stand a chance to win these very cute enamel pins!

Head over to this COMPETITION PAGE to join!

You can also, check out their wide variety of enamel pins that you can use to accessorize your papers and other stationeries. These are some sample of these lovable enamel pins.

 

Exciting isn’t it!?!

So go ahead and join now!

 

Let me know if you make it!

 

 

God bless,

 

 

 

 

 


This is a collab post with Old English Co.

 

The Flower Gem of Dubai – A Better Florist

A Better Florist is the best florist in Dubai, and we’re here to tell you why they have taken over our hearts.

If you’re looking for a florist, that’s going to cater you – like you’re a superstar, then this is the flower delivery shop for you. They make shopping and delivery simple and easy. Convenient for someone who’s busy and doesn’t have time to chase flowers around the city and deliver it to them in time.

Everything you need, can be found online, so you don’t actually have to go down to their store. They have a beautiful website, where all of their designs are displayed. From seasonal flowers, to grand opening flowers, signature blooms, funeral flowers and so much more. If you don’t like what you see, which is pretty hard to believe, or you want them to get creative with your idea, you can just send them a message and place an order for a custom bouquet. You get to pick everything, from the types of flowers, type of arrangement, container and everything else.

In addition to the flowers, they offer hampers of all kinds, such as a baby hamper or a get well soon hamper, you can also create your own. It all depends on the occasion you’re buying the hamper for. There’s a fruit basket selection, and their fruit basket delivery is amazing.

Overall, their delivery is great! You’re guaranteed a same day flower delivery, no matter where you are in Dubai. Because they have several shops, they are able to get to any area in no time. This is actually why we love A Better Florist so much. They are always here when you need them.

I love that their flowers are always perky, and that they never say no to an order. They are somehow able to create new bouquets and designs that always surprise me, because they are definitely far from conventional. They are everything but conventional, but you’re going to fall right off your feet when you see them. Words are definitely not enough to describe them.

Now, most of you might be worried about the price. If a flower delivery has such gorgeous bouquets, they must cost a fortune. In this case, that isn’t true. They take pride in being able to create flowers that are both luxurious and fresh, but are within the budget. When you go to A Better Florist, you are going to be welcomed by a team who knows what you need.

They are the best florist in Singapore, and they still are. That is where they started off, but pretty soon the flowers in Singapore could be enjoyed now and are available in other places. Besides Singapore and Dubai flower delivery shops, they also have a shop in Abu Dhabi, also in Hong Kong  and in Klang Valley.

This is just another reason why A Better Florist should be a florist on your list. As the best florist in HK, and the best florist in Kuala Lumpur. I’m quite sure they are going to make it to the top as the best UAE flower delivery service provider and not just the best florist in Hong Kong.

I highly recommend them as they have some of the most beautiful roses in Dubai and then there’s all the other perks you get to enjoy.

So, go ahead, check them out!