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I’d love to hear from you. Thank you!


  1. Hi Janice, I came upon your blog at 100 Pinoy Blogs that Matter and I love your post about the Chicdriven Women Empowerment expo. That sounds exciting!

    Kindly check both chicdriven links though, I think they are broken.

    Can I add you to my blogroll? I’m new to this kind of thing =)


    1. Thanks, Wena. I already fixed the broken links. And sure, do add me to your blogroll. That is so sweet! 🙂

  2. Hi Janice,

    I chanced upon your blog in the Blogapalooza group and saw your post about Blended Families and Different Last Names–thank you for that post. I’m sharing it on the Happy Even After Facebook page. : )

    I’d be happy to send you a copy of the journal for your own personal use if you will find it useful.


    1. Hi Ana. I am seriously so thrilled you featured my blog post! Thanks so much. A copy of the journal would be awesome! 🙂

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  4. Hi Janice! Just wanted to know if I won the raffle for the great all out sale? There are a lot of Kristine S.’s kasi. Hehehe. THanks. 🙂

  5. Hi Janice,

    I’m new to using planners as a creative outlet, and I’ve just ordered an Erin Condren. I’m looking into the stickers I can buy for it and stumbled upon your page. I saw your post on local (Philippine-based) sticker shops and I’m really thankful you compiled them all in one post. It’s super helpful!

    I have a few questions regarding the printable stickers you buy from Etsy. How do you print them? Do you do it yourself at home, or do you go to some local shop/s that allow custom sticker printing? I looked up how to make stickers and it requires a cutting machine. I don’t think it’s something I should buy unless I’m selling stickers haha. If you happen to know any local shop that prints custom stickers in great quality, please let me know! 🙂

    Looking forward to hearing from you.


    1. Hi Justine. I’m so happy you stumbled upon my article and that you found it useful. 🙂

      I actually just print the stickers using a regular printer. Right now, I’m using an HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3776 printer. I print on matte sticker paper that I find in National Book Store. I also don’t have a cutting machine. I just cut the stickers manually. 🙂 Admittedly, it takes some time to cut everything but I consider that my me time, so I don’t really mind. I’m sorry I can’t recommend a local print shop though. But I’m guessing any business center that offers printing services can print them for you.

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