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First Time at a Firing Range at PB Dionisio Indoor Firing Range

My husband invited me to the firing range for the first time and it was a terrifying and enjoyable experience, all at the same time. I am not really fond of guns but as we don’t control a lot of external events around us, it could be useful in a worst-case scenario.

So, I had my share of scary experiences when it comes to “nalooban” in the past. I was living in Pasig in around 2008 and I left for Davao for a whole week. When Edzel came to my apartment, everything was topsy-turvy! Someone broke inside my home and I was just really lucky that no one was there or God-knows-what-could-have-happened.

At around the second month of quarantine, we had another incident. At around 10 pm, we lost our water supply. Edzel noticed that Sachi and Akito, our fur babies, were barking their hearts out and he could hear footsteps on the roof. A neighbor also confirmed the next day that someone was indeed there and we got a little bit flustered with the idea that someone wanted to break in. This was also the time that there was news in Bacolod where someone got killed because robbers got into their house. This was when the husband decided that for our safety, he would purchase a firearm for our protection.

Soo anyway, enough about these scary stories. Let’s go to my first experience in the firing range. We had our session at PB Dionisio Indoor Firing Range. This is where Edzel got his gun. He also got a voucher since they have a running promo at 30% off for only Php880.

 

The Voucher includes:  

-1 Target Board
-50 Rounds of ammo
-1 Pistol

Availability of the firing range is from Tuesday through Saturday starting this November from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

So if you are ever looking into firing a gun, do visit them. And this was the video of the whole experience plus everything else that I mentioned above. Haha. Enjoy!

 

Take care, loves. Stay safe always!

My Favorite Aromatherapy Books

Good morning, lovely people.

So, I made a promise to update this blog more and produce more content, haha.

Anyway, this week, I recorded a video discussing my favorite aromatherapy books.

If you don’t have time to watch it above, I am giving you a rundown now. YAAAY!

  • The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, Valerie Ann Worwood
    • Includes safety data, therapeutic actions, essential oil profiles and a wide compilation of recipes for different situations
  • Aromatherapy for the Healthy Child, Valerie Ann Worwood
    • Includes more common ailments for children and essential oil recipes to address them
  • Aromatherapy for the Soul, Valerie Ann Worwood
    • Tackles the role of aromatherapy in spiritual practices; no recipes
  • The Essential Oil Safety, Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young
    • Intensely comprehensive safety data and essential profiles with discussion of chemical constituents and pathways
  • The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, Salvatore Battaglia
    • Comprehensive data on essential oil profiles which includes aroma profiles, energetics, psyche of the oil; no recipes

Hope you enjoyed this, loves. Take care, stay safe, and happy oiling!

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

 

I have been inactive with my blog over the past few months. Things have been really busy since Covid happened. Juggling my businesses, moving forward with my coaching endeavor, and spending quality time with the kids have been tough to manage as professional and personal boundaries were challenged.

But all is good. All is good.

Today, I just wanted to drop by to honor all the angels we have lost in this journey. My little Basti & Basti are always missed and they are one of the big reasons why I am so passionate with my advocacy.

I just recently launched by Lost but Found Sisterhood, which is a support group for women who need a tribe who would understand them in their journey and their grief. As a coach, I have wanted to really work with women both as a Certified Grief Coach and as a Life Coach to help them move forward and reach their highest potential. If you feel that this is something for you (whether you need support or want to give support to our fellow sisters), do join! We will be more than happy to have you there.

In the meantime, take care everyone and wishing you and your family safe and sane days ahead!

Love and light,