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Carmina's Review on Second Branch of Sundays Cafe and Restaurant in Maginhawa, Quezon City

We have friends who love to eat out and have no clue where there are places to dine.  No problem with based on my experience we can refer them to places that are reasonable prices. Carmina had tried Sundays Cafe in the branch located in Marikina. I was informed by the server they will be opening their second location sometime this year. Few days ago, Mom Violy, Carmina and some friends came with us to see the new branch of Sundays Cafe and Restaurant in Maginhawa, Quezon City. There is parking in front of the restaurant.  We walked in and noticed a sign saying it was a soft opening. The place was full yet they we're able to accompany us to our table on the ground floor. Someone working there gave us a tour upstairs where the function rooms to those having a party.  The restroom is unisex the first door has the handicap and two restroom doors for male and female to use. The two menus were handed to us one is Filipino and International food.  Next the utensils, napkins, glass water p

What is the Limit Being Nice?

We come across people who are too nice when it comes in family, friendship, relationship or at work environment and it comes across when you’re too nice people tend to take advantage of you when you don’t limit yourself. Being nice comes in factors where you are the following: Taken Advantage Taken for Granted to all your have done for someone Sometimes we need to limit ourselves being too nice because when you give all you have for someone in any matter from family, friendship, relationship and work it all comes to one you don’t get recognized yourself and you become to have a more complicated life than others and it over laps with each other where you can no longer recognize your mistakes. I am sure everyone has come across their life being too nice because we’re told by our parents. But, what they haven’t informed us there is a limit how nice a person can be in every life we have a limit to be nice or to be mean to any situation. We cannot always say yes

Hidden Appearance

When we talk to people on the phone through chat, calls or video we really don’t get to see the person fully they are only half body and everything is still hidden we wonder if their appearance have changed over the last time we have seen them in person. Just yesterday I heard my employee in her office and our family driver inside and I had missed entering inside but due to social distance I was able to just talk to them through a window that was near the stair case. I was hidden by a curtain that both of us couldn’t see each other. All we can hear our voices as we just kept talking  to each other and telling stories as we would normally do if I can see them. Our secretary Janelle was wondering how I had looked in person. I asked, her if she had lost the weight she had wanted too when we last saw each other in person. Janelle just laughed at me and said, there is no such thing as diet for me it doesn’t seem to trigger me to lose the weight. Janelle asked, me how about yo

California vs Philippine Life Style

Living in the Philippines doesn’t mean you don’t do your own house chorus even if you have someone working for you at your home doesn’t necessary mean their doing all your work for you. I have friends who think when you live in the Philippines you live like a Princess or in a royal highness life where they serve you off like what they see in the movies. I live opposite of what people imagine in their heads living in California all my life and being independent at a very young age to be hard working to pay what you felt your parents couldn’t afford for you made you work enough what expenses you can buy from your own earning. Sometimes people believe or hear that when there are house hold employees working in your home you don’t have the same responsibilities as you have living in California. Ever since I moved off from California I kept myself away from living what other people do by depending  on the workers in my heart I know I will one day move back to my hometown