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New Bullet Journal

Before we had a vacation, I already finished drafting my new bullet journal. Let me introduce to you my new buddy (bujo). I don’t want to spend so much on a notebook. I decided to give a try to this brand.

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I want to be a simple and minimalist set up and I will just go for monthly & Weekly designs and decor.

Notebook: Peter Pauper Press Essentials

Pens:

First of foremost, of course, the Pen test.

No Bleeding, a bit ghosting (100 gsm paper) it won’t bother me at all as long as no bleeding. Just don’t press too hard I guess.

Above picture, I list down all pages that I use in my old bujo but some, It won’t work out to me. But, I add some new as well. Then, I made or let say print my own sticker.

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Simple  and Clean (own sticker for the calendar I got tired of numbering :-))
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First time to use this famous “Year in Pixel” I don’t know who’s original this one I just copied this in the Pinterest
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A complete social media tracker

Brain dump – all ideas (like projects, post blow, videos to shoot etc.)

Places I have been – instead of “Bucket list”

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No need to explain, but I need to be serious about this… I’m getting heavy I mean heavier…
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House clean – Happy Living. And my skin routine, we not getting younger anymore more sunblocks and more sleeps as well.
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I still love to recall my dreams… when I’m sad I usually read my weird dreams.
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I still do this Movie to watch, because Japan takes time before they show it.
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This is new to my buddy (bujo) hopes it will work for me.

I also made a video in setting up my buddy (bujo) sort of long, just skip when you get bored,

 

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Fujisawa, Beach

Autumn is just right the corner. So, we must to go here. It was quite cold and windy. But we still enjoy the water.

One of our churchmate invited us to their house and their house just near the beach. So, we didn’t say no to this nice view.

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Kids really enjoyed the water and kids at heart like us as well.

The waves are really strong and high. Actually, this place is for surfing.

My kids, first time at the beach. They only see the swimming pool and hot spring. I also have a video below. I hope you enjoy it.

 

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September Bujo Set-up

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My September bullet journal. The theme was the Philippines. Becuase, We going to visit our origin (Japanese citizen here) country. I’m so excited it’s been 5 years, I miss all the food and my family & friends. We going to spend our vacation in Cavite, Pampanga & Manila for 11 days. Short but we sure, love to stay more but, kids are back to school from summer break.

The front cover was the public transport in the Philippines as they said: “Hari nang Daan” (king of the road).

Jeepneys (FilipinoDyipne), sometimes called simply jeeps (Filipinodyip), are the most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines. They are known for their crowded seating and kitsch decorations, which have become a ubiquitous symbol of Philippine culture and art.[4] A Sarao jeepney was exhibited at the Philippine pavilion at the 1964 New York World’s Fair as a national image for the Filipinos.[2][5]

Jeepneys were originally made from U.S. military jeeps left over from World War II. The word jeepney is likely a portmanteau word – a combination of “jeep” and “jitney“, both words common slang in the popular vernacular of the era: “jitney” being a popular term for an American taxicab, and a “jeep” a newly coined term to describe a type of military vehicle (origin from General Purpose, or GP, hence Jeep). Other sources favor the far less likely explanation that it is a portmanteau of “jeep” and “knee”, because the passengers sit in very close proximity to each other.Most jeepneys are used as public utility vehicles. Some are used as personal vehicles. Jeepneys are used less often for commercial or institutional use.

And, draw the map of the Philippines (half of it), the places we will be staying.

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The monthly I made mistakes here just watch the video below. The design was the Philippines flag and the national flower was “Sampaguita”

The National Flag of the Philippines (FilipinoPambansang Watawat ng Pilipinas) is a horizontal flag bicolor with equal bands of royal blue and scarlet, and with a white, equilateral triangle at the hoist. In the center of the triangle is a golden-yellow sun with eight primary rays, each representing a Philippine province.At each vertex of the triangle is a five-pointed, golden-yellow star, each of which representing one of the country’s three main island groups—LuzonVisayas, and Mindanao, the central star originally referred to Panay.

A unique feature of this flag is its ability to indicate a state of war if it is displayed with the red side on top, which is effectively achieved by flipping the flag upside-down.

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Jasminum sambac is a small shrub or vine growing up to 0.5 to 3 m (1.6 to 9.8 ft) in height. It is widely cultivated for its attractive and sweetly fragrant flowers. The flowers may be used as a fragrant ingredient in perfumes and jasmine tea. It is the national flower of the Philippines, where it is known as sampaguita, as well as being one of the three national flowers of Indonesia, where it is known as melati putih.

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My Ultimate tracker, I want everything here… from house chore, Social Media, Personal, and Health.

My weeklies, I used blue, red and yellow as the main color as represent the color of the Philippine flags. As you can see, there is a drawing of the volcano in one of my weekly.

Mayon (Central BicolanoBulkan MayonFilipinoBulkang MayonSpanishMonte Mayón), also known as Mayon Volcano or Mount Mayon, is an active stratovolcano in the province of Albay in Bicol Region, on the large island of Luzon in the Philippines. Renowned as the “perfect cone” because of its symmetric conical shape, the volcano with its surrounding landscape was declared a national park on July 20, 1938, the first in the nation. It was reclassified a Natural Park and renamed as the Mayon Volcano Natural Park in 2000. Local folklore refers to the volcano being named after the legendary princess-heroine Daragang Magayon (English: Beautiful Lady). Numerous festivals and rituals are associated with the volcano and its landscape. The volcano is the centerpiece of the Albay Biosphere Reserve, declared by UNESCO in 2016.

I just love what I made the decision to this theme. It’s more fun in the Philippines. Video below.

Materials: Notebook: Essentials

Pens: Zebra Sarasa Clip, Sakura Pigma 03, Drawing Pen, Pilot, Highlighter: Mildliner, Crayola Supertips Stencils

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Pikachu Outbreak

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We have seen this some of the videos and pictures on our social media so, we found out that time Thursday will be the last day of the Pikachu marching. (Aug.10-16,2018)

They are so adorable to watch, syncronize sway… (below the video)

After we watched this so adorable classic Pikachu. We had time with the kids stroll around and took some pictures as well.

We were almost 1 weeks we don’t go out and our kids are so excited to go around. We don’t do out because it was too hot. We sweat a lot whenever we go out. But, this day the weather is cooperative, not hot but it was windy.

Those pictures are so cute together when we go out, but when we are in the house they like cats and dogs they fight each other and someone will cry. They after a minute, they play together again.

Some views and scenery.

Below the video. Hope you enjoy it!

 

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Sea Paradise, Yokohama (Japan)

Our first time to visit this park near our house. First, we know we are just going to eat lunch and watch a movie. Then, suddenly my hubby told me, let’s try this Sea Paradise after we finish our lunch.

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Chinese Restaurant

200meters walk from Parking to the Park. Luckily, we go there like the sun is not that really up and almost past 4pm. So, we decided to buy Night Park kinda’ expensive but worth it. It was a huge park which you can see sea creatures, rides, and activities.

About Sea Paradise

Covering an entire island, one of Japan’s biggest theme parks!Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, located in the city of Yokohama’s Kanazawa Ward area of Yokohama Bay, covers an entire island of approx. 24 hectares. The sea, island and living creatures that characterize the ocean leisure park come together in the only park of its kind in the metropolitan area—one that covers an entire island. The park combines aquariums, a theme park, a shopping area, restaurants and a hotel. Since its opening on May 8, 1993, local people, people from the metropolitan area, and more recently foreign visitors, have flocked to Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise.

Easy access from Tokyo and local tourist spots.

It only takes around an hour from Tokyo tourist destinations like Asakusa, Shinjuku and the Tokyo Station area, and only around half an hour from the Yokohama Bay Area, Kamakura or Enoshima. Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise is the only leisure island that allows visitors to experience the seas of Japan, an island, and various living creatures so close to the heart of the city.

ONE DAY PASS

Aqua Resorts Pass + Pleasure Land Pass

From Mar. 1, 2016
Adult & Senior High School Student

5,050 yen

Junior high school & Elementary school student

3,600 yen

Infants (4 years or over)

2,050 yen

Senior (65 years or over)

3,600 yen

Tickets can also be purchased at ticket machines installed near the Merry-go-round and Sea Paradise Tower.

Sea Paradise Premium Pass

Come and have fun as you please with this annual pass

Adult & Senior High School Student

10,100 yen

Junior high school & Elementary school student

7,200 yen

Infants (4 years or over)

4,100 yen

Senior (65 years or over)

7,200 yen

Charges are determined according to age and school grade on the day of purchase.

AQUA RESORTS PASS

4 Aquarium Pass

Adult & Senior High School Student

3,000 yen

Junior high school & Elementary school student

1,750 yen

Infants (4 years or over)

850 yen

Senior (65 years or over)

2,450 yen

Entry to the Aqua Theater requires a separate fee of 500 yen after entry to the Aqua Museum.

AQUA RESORTS PASS & AQUA THEATER

AQUA RESORTS PASS + AQUA THEATER (Marine Cinema)

Adult & Senior High School Student

3,200 yen

Junior high school & Elementary school student

1,950 yen

Infants (4 years or over)

1,050 yen

Senior (65 years or over)

2,650 yen

PLEASURE LAND PASS

Attraction Pass

Adult & Senior High School Student

3,000 yen

Junior high school & Elementary school student

2,650 yen

Infants (4 years or over)

1,550 yen

Senior (65 years or over)

3,000 yen

Tickets are also on sale at the Blue Fall,
Surf Coaster LEVIATHAN, Drunken Barrel,
Octopus, and Aqua Ride Ⅱ ticket machines.

A set of 5 tickets for Nakayoshi Oyako
(A happy parent and child set)

Special coupon tickets allowing parents and children to ride five attractions with no height restriction.

Adult & Senior High School Student

2,000 yen

Available attractions

Sea Boat
Sea Paradise Tower
Merry-go-round
Drunken Barrel
Paradise Cruise
Peter Pan
Red Baron
Sea Train
Island Tour Bus

The adult must be 18 years or older, and the child must be from four years old to elementary school students.

Tickets are also on sale at the Merry-go-round, Drunken Barrel, Sea Paradise Tower, and Sea Boat ticket machines.

We see one of our favorite variety show in Japan the EtQ! Funny show and that area which is they catch in the sea and put in this area. We watch dolphin show then in Fureai lagoon which you can touch the dolphin.

Even its night, it was humid and dry.

Even though we are sweating, we know kids enjoyed a lot especially touching the dolphin and watching the fireworks display.

For more information please click Sea Paradise, Yokohama, Japan. I also had time to video our short trip see below.

 

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Birthday Dinner & BBQ

Yup, we still celebrate my birthday. 31st of July is my birthday we had a dinner near the office of my hubby.

Rio Grande Grill, Bay Quarter, Yokohama, Japan

 

The was so tasty and also the buffet of salads, bread, side dishes, ice cream & shortcakes. I will rate this restaurant to 4 stars, sort of pricey because of the show that we didn’t know it has that night.

 

 

August 4 we had a mini celebration with bbq party in our house. Together with our fellow Filipino friends.

 

We had really fun… laughing and eating. We have to one our aircon because it was 37 degrees outside so, hot and dry.

Last but not the least a surprise gift from my hubby. He really loves me so much, he knows my weakness. 😀

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VBS @ YIBC

VBS stands for Vocational Bible Study, this usually occurs every summer vacation here in Japan. Last time my son attended it in Suita Bible Church in Osaka, Japan. But, now we moved to Yokohama so, nearest Church we know was Yokohama International Bible Church (YIBC).

I was tiring but I know my kids enjoy it a lot especially my princess (Daughter) because she will get know our creation in her very young age. so, two of them attended the morning session for the VBS. (9:30 to 12:30)

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this is her room for VBS

Actually, Pictures are not allowed in the event/VBS but, we are early enough to take a picture before the registration begin. We don’t have enough pictures in the VBS but after they finished (12:30pm) we usually eat lunch before we go home.

We just commute, because my hubby has a business in Thailand. So, we go on Bus and train that’s why it was a tiring day. And, the weather is like 32-35 degrees gish, so very hot. But, the Friday it has typhoon but we still go because my little princess wanted to go. Luckily in the afternoon, the rain stop but the wind blows hard.

Kids really enjoy this VBS, we attended from July 24 to 28. After that, my little girl asking every day that if we are going to church. I told her Mommy needs some rest it was hot and sweaty weeks, but we still go every Sunday don’t worry.

I got pictures from the shared site of the church below. If you want to know what church we attended please check the sites here: Official YIBC Site and YIBC Facebook everyone is welcome (Local Japanese and Foreigner)

 

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