Full Look: Top Revolve (lovers and friends), Skirt Rya Miri and Boots Tamara Mellon

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Photographed by Ron John


My aim for today is to share with you the ubiquitous power of Slaying. I’m here to share a pure message of the universe to us. A lot of my followers on my social media channels believed in the power of the universe. How we see things from a different perspective to attract positive vibes towards our hopes and dreams. We were all lost under the same sky.

Together we will be able to surpass this pandemic if we will look at other things that will make us productive. The universe wants us to reflect, re-evaluate our work, focus on the good things, spend more time with our family and find ways to make our life productive.

I am trying new recipes, styling myself to improve my look, elevating myself by attending webinars and online classes for my professional work and passion.

“Broaden your horizons. Become well-rounded, learn a new language, read more books, watch classic films, eat new food often and explore different cuisines, travel often, Subscribe to magazines with useful information, improve yourself.”

I know that you can do it as well. It may be hard for now to stay positive due to our current situation however, nothing is permanent in this world. I am sure that we will surpass this pandemic and we will be much stronger as individuals more than ever.

Slaying is a word that I always use whenever I want to reinforce my thoughts and turn them into action. I always use the word Slay for me to stay ahead of the curve by finding ways that will make me more knowledgeable into something most especially if I am interested. We all do have those moments that we will feel down and blue. It’s okay! Nothing is wrong with that as long as you know your end goals are.

We may be heading to a new kind of normal, but we’ll get there. We’ll get back to the dreams we had to put on hold, and we’ll be able to start building new ones. Let’s make sure we can look back on this time of uncertainty and feel proud of the way we lived through it.

Wearing: Dress from Marella , Necklace from Elisabetta Franchi and Heels from Zara


As someone who comes from a Filipino background, I grew up spoiled by endless homecooked, mouthwatering dishes that any modern-day foodie would die for. Filipino food is near and dear to my heart and remains one of my absolute favorite comfort food options. However, since growing up, I realized how most people are not aware of the real Filipino taste and famous dishes that will surely win the hearts of many. For now, I am not sharing a Filipino dish. I will share a recipe of my favourite comfort food for an on-the-go person like me who works in fashion and has a day job on aside.


  • Sea Bass or Gilt-Head Bream (Per person: about 350 – 450grams when cooked in full, about 200 grams when filleted) or any other fish of your choice
  • A handful of Fresh Flat Parsley Leaves
  • White Rice Vinegar
  • Sesame seed oil 
  • 4 cloves Garlic
  • Ginger 1tsp
  • 1 Lime
  • Kikkoman soy sauce for seasoning

Mix all together marinate the Sea Bass for 30 minutes.

Cook for 2 minutes in 200 degrees, flip over, squeeze the lime juice into the pan and cook for 2 minutes more.

Thai Salad:


Bell pepper red and yellow
Green Chili
Savoy Cabbage

-Prepare the vegetables. De-seed the red pepper and chili and slice into thin strips. Finely slice all the vegetables into fine strips and shred the cabbage. Mix all together and set aside.

Thai Salad Sauce:
2 freshly squeezed orange juice
Salt for seasoning
2 tbsp of peanut butter
Sesame Seeds Oil
Soy Sauce
Fish Sauce

*Mix all the ingredients and add to the salad. Add peanut oil for a little after taste and roasted peanuts on top.

Serve the fish on top of a pile of the Thai vegetable salad, sprinkled with the sesame seeds and some fresh Parsley.