I know it's been a while since I wrote here but that doesn't mean I would stop updating one of my favorite spots in the internet. I miss this part of myself but right now, I'm just too in love with my bike. Last Saturday, I was reunited with my loves from Cebu Fashion Bloggers in full support for Cervical Cancer Awareness month. We attended an intimate event hosted by, She Matters, a non-profit organization committed to raise awareness among men and women about cervical cancer and to promote self care for all women at risk. All women are at risk of cervical cancer. With regular screening tests and follow-up, cervical cancer is the easiest female cancer to prevent. It may sound cliche but prevention is better than cure. I've always been a believer of living a healthy lifestyle. You don't have to sign up to an expensive gym to live healthy. Just buy yourself a running shoes or simply start walking and eat the right kind of food. That itself lowers your risk of any type of cancer. From what I've learned, women:sexually active or not, it's always important to see a doctor and have a regular check up. I'm even getting myself the HPV vaccine. I've lost some of my loved ones because of cancer. I even find it difficult to share on how hard it is to lose someone because of the disease. It drains you financially, mentally and emotionally. I never want anyone to go through that kind of emotion.
I don't know what else to say except that I'm suppose to tell you about my outfit. I decided to wear floral shorts albeit the tan lines thanks to cycling. This is I how I look like in between riding days. I'm so happy to see my friends as well. It's been awhile since I stepped out in the blogging community. I'm mostly seen with my bike under the scorching sun. Now that I'm here, it doesn't mean I'm always here. I wish to update this blog more - outfit posts or not. =)
photos from this post are taken by the beautiful Toni Pino-Oca. =)