esKWELAhan Planner: Two Zero One Four

I told you I'm addicted and I'll be posting another one next week, so stay tuned!

So I have here tonight a super student/college-friendly planner from EsKWELAhanPlanner that I purchased last last week (I think). It is a sleek 6 x 8 inches planner with orange hardbound cover and a lock made of garter. Yes, yes, I am inlove with the semi-doodle cover! So cute!

Their features include:

- Monthly Pages with:
a. Monthly Calendar
b. Goal of the Month

c. Theme of the Month
d. Upcoming Movies
e. Discount Coupons/ Special Feature Coupons

f. Additional Notes Page

- Weekly Pages with:
a. Notes section
b. Day of Something Feature
c. 2014 Holidays
d. Trivia, witty lines, pickup lines & fun activities

e. Share-your-happiest-moments-this-month section
f. Anong-mas-magpapasmile-sayo section
g. question of the week section

h. Christmas countdown

Every student (and students-at-heart) will definitely enjoy using this cool planner the whole year round.

Anyways, I bought one for my dearest BSBA (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration) student sister.

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Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf 2014 Planner; The Giving Journal

Oh well, I have to admit, I am now addicted to planners. Wait let me think. I wanted to remember why I became a person who loves collecting planner. *after 15 minutes* Okay, I still don't know why. Perhaps I shall share it later.

Read about my 2014 Starbucks planner here:

Anyways, I have here another planner I've got from Ms. Monica of ^_^ Introducing... *drum rolls*

So to start with, here's the purple (it is purple though it seems like blue in the photo) hard-bounded 2014 planner (I still can't move on that it's 2014 already!) from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. It was obviously titled as "The Giving Journal" because it is a space saver (giving more space to other stuff? Or not.), it is very handy and stylish. The cover was my favorite part!

Here's the sneak peak of what's inside.

Okay, I lied, this is really my favorite part. Hehe.

I do apologize if I have not explained or stated a lot about the planner, just refer to the images above. (blame laziness please)

To be honest, I've already bade my supervisor goodbye. It was not that easy, as I thought before. Last night, she gave me a token and told me that she's promoting me, but that doesn't mean that I am going to stay. No, I will not, but I will still help, as I told myself. I am so happy that they accepted me even though I don't actually belong (I'm working on a medical field now).

Five days more and I'll leave. A week before, I can't wait. But then now, I'm thinking that I am going to miss my coworkers and the office. Hayst.

Anyways, I need to go. Kbye. :)

Chef's Noodle Robinson's Place Malolos Branch

After trying out the newly opened Japanese restaurant at our place, we decided to have another international dinner with my cousins who live four hours drive away from home. Mehehe.

My family is a huge fan of Korean stuff and everything, and I know that we all have the same taste when it comes to spicy food, we're suckers of 'em.

So firstly, shamelessly speaking, this was our first time trying out Chef's Noodle's menu. We don't have this in our place and it is very rare eating on Korean restaurants. We cook our own most of the time. Read full post of my Bibimbap recipe here. But trying this one is a different thing.

I'm confuse where will I place this photo of lemon ice tea since it is the first thing they serve in a restaurant but it is the last thing we consume. Well, I think I'll just place it here. Hehe.

Here are the sushi sauce the bibim sauce which are available on every single table. Never mind the toothpicks. Hihi.

I had myself a serving of Chicken Bibimbap (top) and sissy had the original Beef Bibimbap (bottom) for herself. Both cost Php99 with a serving of a glass of ice tea of your choice (either lemon or strawberry).

Lloyd, my cousin, had their best seller Chef's Noodle (which obviously bore the name of the restaurant) in a hot pot and just look how hot the beef broth was. It is literally boiling and we did enjoyed eyeing on it as the bubbles fade off and cools down a bit. Too bad it doesn't look appetizing on photos but it actually was.

My other cousin, Darlene, opted to have a non-spicy dish because she doesn't want to mess with her diet. She ordered for a serving of Chicken Kas (breaded chicken fillet) which cost Php130 per serving.

For side dishes, since they do not have free side dishes like the ones in Brothers and Sisters Restaurant (Read full story about Brothers and Sisters Korean Restaurant here.), we agreed to have a serving of Kimchi Kimbap (Php95).

Another dish we tried was this cold spicy noodles named after Bibim Noodles (Php130). It was extremely spicy and has a hint of sweetness and me, sister and my uncle enjoyed it!

Unmixed (left) and mixed (right).

And just like the other restaurants we tried, I never had a chance to snap some good quality photos of the environment for this post. T_T

Next time, if I'll have a chance and another next time, I will really try their Starking Fire Sushi. They say that it is the star of the menu and I will never afford to miss that dish ever again. Like ever.

Here's us after pigging Chef's Noodle's healthy food out! Mehehe. Didn't you just noticed that they have a very affordable and delectable dishes? Love love love.

Visit their page here:
Chef's Noodle Ph's Facebook Page
Chef's Noodle Website