Yesterday, Kaden and I went to ITAEWON to have the famous “Original Chicago Pizza” A.K.A. Deep Dish Pizza.
Open 12:00 / Closed 23:00 / Last Order 22:00
서울특별시 용산구 이태원로27가길 37, 4층,5층,6층 TEL. 02-794-8120
The interior design of the 5th floor was… interesting.
Each table had a log on the table to place the pizza dish, once it was served.
Every table was separated by fence-like walls that were built up.
The menu was a bit worn out. I guess the “vintage” design and worn out paper was their concept(?) maybe.
Each log had their logo on it.
This year I made a calendar with the kids’ pictures for us. I actually wanted to do this when Josh was born but really didn’t have the time or effort to make this. I think I was just lazy until now.
This year I knew I had a bunch of good pictures to choose from so I went onto http://www.snaps.co.kr and went through the design templates that they had to create our 2017 calendar.
All the design templates weren’t right on point with me. Or I’m just really messed up and can’t pick a design. So I chose a blank design sheet and created a simple calendar design.
So about a week ago, Kaden and I went to this new place right near my in-laws place called DAE GI MI HAK.
It’s a Korean BBQ place that only sells pork meat. They do the dry aging process to the meat and the price for a two person dinner set was 28000 WON.
Pretty nice for two people. 28 bucks for a dinner meal? Hey, I’m up for that!
So when we went in it was on a Friday night so we had to wait a bit. There are only about 10 tables and they were all full.
Now, the cool thing about this place was that the burner and the table itself was like an induction system by itself.
They just placed the ceramic plate or dish that you cook the meat on, right on the table and that became the burner.
Out of all the font organizers that are out there, I have always used Linotype FontExplorer X to organize my fonts on a Mac.
It’s really simple to use and it creates an organized library of all of my fonts so that I don’t have to get them all mixed up.
I can also create different font groups for different projects and turn them on or off when I need to.
Get your copy here.
So it’s been a while, but ever since we came to Korea, we’ve been getting flu shots, vaccinations updated and just been going places we haven’t before. One of them is the new indoor playground that opened at the Enter-6 located near HanYang University.
It’s located on level B1 and is pretty easy to find. The location and facilities are fit for children ages 12 months to 8 years old.
The reason why we chose this location is because it was the closest to home and we knew beforehand (from friends who had already been to the location) that there weren’t many people during the morning hours on a weekday.
Christmas decorations were up and it was really quite cosy.
The ball pool that has an interactive game screen. This was where Josh played the most. The screen will display a whole bunch of different games such as popcorn, groundhogs, fruits falling down, flying space ships and bugs. The kids can grab the white balls and hit the screen to make the moving objects disappear. Josh LOOOOVED playing here but got a bit carried away towards the end.
This is the jumping area.
This is the pebble/sand play area.
This is the kitchen and market play area.
NIVEA Fruity Shine
WATERMELON!!!!!!!!! I am loving this soooo much!!!
Hydrogen Peroxide is usually used in the house to disinfect a cut or a wound. Most people have it in their first aid kits or in the medicine cabinet. However, did you know that you can use this clear magic water in different ways in the house. Here just a few!
- Whiten your whites more with hydrogen peroxide in your laundry. Put your white laundry in water. Especially the ones that have turned a bit yellow. Soak it with about 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide for half an hour, then run it through the washing machine for a really WHITE wash!
- Clean your refrigerator and oven! Spray hydrogen peroxide in your fridge or oven, leave for about 6-7 minutes and then wipe with a clean cloth to get rid of the food stains. Its also great to clean your counter tops with too!
- Clean your bathroom! Spray hydrogen peroxide on your tub or shower booth and leave for 25-30 minutes before scrubbing the tub and shower booth! Rinse with warm water for a cleaner and shinny finish!
- Whiten your nails. Soak your finger nails and toenails in hydrogen peroxide to naturally whiten them. Soak for about 15-20 minutes every night to get whiter nails! You can also whiten your teeth by mixing hydrogen peroxide with baking soda and using it every night as your tooth paste!
- Prevent Acne from getting worse or prevent it at all! Wipe your face with hydrogen peroxide every night after washing your face and before putting on your basic skin care line to prevent acne. It will make your skin calm down as well from being the sun!
Resources and more information can be found on the following sites:
34 Reasons Why You Need Hydrogen Peroxide In Your Home
51 Extraordinary Everyday Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide
Today Josh brought back samples from PediaSure. I guess they were giving out samples to the kindergarten.
I love it when I get free samples but I also love it when my son drinks that whole bottle of PediaSure complete and asks for more. Hey, they got me on their client list now for sure!! One thing I like about this is that it’s gluten and lactose free. Not that Josh is lactose intolerant or anything but I just like to be safe.
A must-buy item at the Legoland Malaysia store are these Lego storage boxes. Although they are quite big in size, they are always on the MUST-BUY list.
We bought one in black and one in white. We’re planning on buying one in grey soon too! hahahaha
They open up by pulling the top lid. The storage area isn’t as big as I thought it would be but this is a decor and interior design item I’ve been wanting to get for a while.
The kids really like cleaning up thanks to these too!!!