Thursday, October 27, 2016

Vita Cubes 2Good Fun Day at Active Fun

Last Saturday, Vita Cubes treated mommies and kids to an afternoon of fun and activities at Active Fun BGC.  The event was dubbed as Vita Cubes 2Good Fun Day.  The program highlights several activities for kids while mommies were introduced (and reintroduced) to Vita Cubes.

My dear readers, do you know that Vita Cubes is a healthy candy?  I have blogged about VitaCubes last year.  It is a cube-shaped jelly candies that comes in different fruit flavors - apple, orange, grape, strawberry, and mango.  What moms would love about Vita Cubes is that aside from the delicious taste, it is fortified with essential vitamins and minerals that are vital to growing kids.  It contains Lysine, Zinc, Vitamin A, B, C, and E.  Both kids and mommies will enjoy Vita Cubes.

Going back to the event, kids were given a chance to play games during the program.  They also decorated cakes and were treated to a magic show.  It was more like a birthday party set up.  Kids get to enjoy the different activities prepared by Vita Cubes while mommies get to bond with each other. 

One of my favorite mommy blogger, Frances Sales of was a there to tell other mommies how taking vitamins can be fun because of Vita Cubes.

After the program, kids were given a chance to play at Active Fun.  My little Neo enjoyed every bit of the program, but most especially the play part.  Thanks, Vita Cubes!

Monday, October 24, 2016

Press Release: The Mind Museum’s Science Circus

The Mind Museum’s Science Circus: Step Right Up! Is coming this October 28, 2016!  It is the latest travelling exhibition of The Mind Museum where the peculiar, amazing, and extraordinary experiences of our everyday life in the form of interactive exhibits will be showcased.

Circus is known to many as the awe-inspiring demonstration of physical skill such as high-flying aerial exhibitions and death defying daredevil stunts, however, Science Circus challenges these traditional notions by focusing on the mind’s acrobatic perceptual tricks.

Three Rings will be the focus of the Science Circus.  Ring One or the Deception Perception is a menagerie of exhibits that will prompt you to question whether to see is to believe.  Ring Two or the Pieces of Incredible Engineering where guests can engage their minds in puzzles and relish how art and math came together.  Ring Three or the Encounters with Masters where guests can interact with and learn the secrets from the Master of Illusions.

The Mind Museum’s Science Circus will be displayed for a limited run, until January 31, 2017 only.  The Science Circus aims to travel to provinces and cities around the country as part of The Mind Museum’s mission to bring science closer to the general public.

Entrance Fee to Science Circus only - Php200/head (Adult or Child).  Entrance Fee to The Mind Museum (3 hour tour) + The Science Circus – Php750 for Adult, Php650 for Child/Student.  Kids Below two feet are free of charge.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Tupperware from One Generation to Another

Tupperware is one brand I grew up to.  My mom buys a lot of Tupperware products.  She already passed some to me.  And my mom-in-law loves sending me Tupperware products as gifts.  So our household has a lot of Tupperware products. 

Look at the picture below.  I told my brother, who still lives with my mom and dad, to take a picture of my mom’s Tupperware collection.  He arranged some of my mom’s Tupperware in his car hood and took the photo below. He put it in his car hood to signify that “Tupperware products is always included in our outings”.

My mom loves Tupperware ever since because of its durability.  Tupperware products are so durable that even though you accidentally dropped it, it won’t break.  And behold, once it’s broken, Tupperware will replace it.  Yes, I remember that.  My mom will send back the broken Tupperware product, and Tupperware will replace it with a new product.

But that’s not the highlight of my Tupperstory.  My Tupperstory revolves in this Tuppertoys below.

These Tuppertoys were a gift to my little brother when he was young.  My little brother is no longer little now.  He’s already 21 years old, and these Tuppertoys were a gift to him when he was still a toddler. 

These Dino Tuppertoys were made to be durable that little kids can throw it and it won’t break.  It was also made with detachable pieces in bright colors to help little kids in their motor-skills and eye-and-hand coordination while arranging the pieces. 

Because my little brother is no longer little and these Tuppertoys are still good as new, guess who owns it now?

Neo is now the proud owner of Tito’s old but sturdy Dino Tuppertoys! J

Yes, a Tupperware product that has been passed from one generation to another. #TupperwareBrands50th

This blog post is an entry to Tupperware’s Blog contest through Mommy Blogger Philippines.  

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