10 years of the Global Mala Project.
People don’t know this exists in the Philippines. But we exist.
Check out the site: www.globalmalamanila.com (We built it!)
Full schedule after the jump…
Another year goes by, and the Global Mala Project grows bigger and bigger in Manila. People always ask me if there’s a yoga community in the Philippines, and this event is something I tell them to check out.
This year’s event is lined up for September 26, 2015 at Whitespace. It’s going to be a full day of amazing yoga sessions and talks. I was so thrilled to see this come together last year and am really looking forward to being home for this. ❤
Tickets go on sale Aug 26. (P650 pesos for early bird rate, P750 pesos for regular tickets). 100% of the proceeds will go to this year’s beneficiary, Children’s International.
It’s that time of the year again for another One Day Without Shoes! This event aims to raise awareness for importance of giving a pair of shoes to a child. We will be taking a barefoot walk around the Fort and I will hosting this event together with famed tour guide Carlos Celdran, known for his creative and entertaining walking tours around the historical walled city of Intramurous.
See you at Track 30th Park in BCG at 4:30 pm on May 21!
You can also support this cause by taking a pic of your barefeet on Instagram and hashtagging it #withoutshoes. For every pic posted, TOMS will donate a pair of shoes to a child in need. ❤
I am really excited to be planning this, especially now that we are on our third year. This time around, we will be selling a mix of brand new and vintage items: from brand new shoes, to rare, second-hand sneakers, to hot bags and shades. There’s something in store for everyone.
Building your own dream is not as easy as I imagined it to be. I’ve been fortunate to assist in so many start-up ideas & businesses within the last few years, but still nothing can prepare me for the journey of being my own “boss.”
Everyday I have to keep making decisions that I didn’t know I had to do. In trying to deal with the overwhelm, I just remember that I have to take things one step at a time.