It’s finally the last of the ber months and things are getting busier. There’s traffic everywhere and I had to attend parties and get-togethers. Well, the month wasn’t that bad except for that unexpected news.
It’s no surprise. If you (or someone you know) have ordered an item overseas, your initial worry would be the Bureau of Customs — which is btw the worst and most corrupt agency in the PH. They charge absurd taxes to the point that you’ll either not claim the package at all or waste time and effort to get an explanation of the questionable fees, but still end up paying since you badly need the item(s).
Seriously, who would want to pay taxes that are half or even higher than the price of what they bought? Nobody, right? Who in their right mind would say “yes” to that.
I started collecting cute socks more than four years ago. It was difficult. It wasn’t that much of a trend, so I struggled looking for sellers. Today, you can find them almost anywhere. Anywhere. Here’s where you can get yours!
Do you love pre-loved clothes and accessories? Kawaii PH is organizing an event to promote eco-friendliness. Let’s start making the most of what we have and lessen our contribution to the demand of producing new products today.
Here’s how you can help pre-loved items find a new home!
It has been a busy OTY week (make that two!) at work. The usual routine of not going out during lunch break whenever we have so much to do. I thought I’ll settle with a slice of banana bread again, but the situation changed when I heard that my workmates are ordering food outside.