Just yesterday, my sister and I capped off our last bazaar day for the year by treating ourselves to sinful fast food meals on our way home.
Yeah, just fast food.
My sister and I still had pending Scrabble orders to finish.
Christmas rush, indeed, is far from over for us.
I was meaning to write an entry about how difficult it is for handmade products to compete with cheaper mass-produced items imported from other countries based on our experience in the recent 10-day Noel bazaar at the PICC forum.
But after a feature in SPOT.ph, I was no longer in a ranting mode.
Indeed, there is a market out there that can appreciate handmade, concept-based products.
You just have to learn how to tap them.
|tape measure ballers|
|bottle cap rings|
Besides, after the recent tragedy that hit Mindanao...
I don't think I have the right to rant or complain.
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As a way of giving back for a good year,
For every order of our plushie, POPJUNKLOVE will donate one to a kid in Mindanao for free on behalf of the customer who adopted a Have Not for Christmas.
Like POPJUNKLOVE's page to know more.
They say Christmas are for kids.
Well, it's not yet too late to make a kid in Mindanao smile this Holiday season.
Don't you agree?
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