Friday Finds #1: Worksheets, Websites, and Weddings

I love sharing some of the helpful sites I see on the web. There are just too many and I don’t want to flood my social media wall with them, so I’ll be putting them together in posts. =) These are the recent ‘finds’ I want to share.

1.LUKIEBEAR baby essentials.

Love, love, love this swaddles. Lukiebear makes swaddles and blankets with verses all over the blankets and swaddles. They ship internationally. =)

Check out their website:


I was looking for ideas for my friend’s wedding and came across these very helpful planning guidelines and ideas when it comes to planning a wedding. I’m sure you’ll find these useful in the future when you or a friend is having a wedding. I compiled them here in this Planning a Wedding Pinterest board:

Pinterest board:

3. MAKE UP 101

These are easy to understand make up tips. =) Well, I’m not a fan of make up, so these tips are really handy for me. At least I’d be aware of how to fill a brow, where to put a blush, what color defines my eyes more. haha I just don’t remember all of them no matter how many times I’ve seen them. So here’s the link of where I saw it:

See the complete album: Zie Fashion Tutorials on Facebook


Learning Filipino is one of the hardest for Filipinos. =) I must admit that even I had a hard time in school learning it. If you need Filipino worksheets for your kids to practice on.  Samutsamot is one great site to visit: Free worksheet downloads! I wanna hug the author for putting so much love on creating those worksheets.

Free Filipino worksheets:


This is a visual style guide of what clothes go best with different shoes. You might want to post this on your closet. Such a cute way of presenting it.

Bright Side: How to Wear Shoes style guide

6. BLOG KITS by AngieMakes

Blog kits for bloggers by Angiemakes. Love the feminine touch of Angiemakes. =)


It’s a shop that sells original US made items. =)


I’m planning to make a post on how I earn online, but for now, this guide to set up a WordPress might help readers who want to start their own blog. =)

Guide in setting up your own WordPress blog:


I love DIYs. I love how these old furniture turned out pretty. So pretty!

Bright Side: Old to New

10. Portent’s Content Generator

Last is this Content Generator. I think it is useful for Bloggers who need ideas or title inspiration. =)

How about you? What are the useful websites you’ve found lately? Share them below. =)

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34 thoughts on “Friday Finds #1: Worksheets, Websites, and Weddings

  1. I’m glad I stumbled upon your post! I think I will need the free worksheets in a year or two to keep my toddler busy. I also love the Portent’s Content Generator. It will really come in handy to writers/bloggers who sometimes run out of ideas, just like me! 😀

  2. Thanks for sharing these, Gillian! I like the free worksheet for our bunso since we’re planning to enroll him to our barangay’s daycare center. It’s my first time to read about Portent. I’ll check it out now 🙂

  3. Book marking samut samot for my 3rd grader who hates studying mother tounge and filipino! Atleast I can give him something to work with to familiarized with the subject. Thanks for sharing 😊

    1. I just love th photos in Pinterest. I love searching for ideas in there. It’s more visual. 🙂 They you pin the photos in you own board categories for future reference. 🙂

  4. Oohhh, bookmarking this now 🙂 I’m teaching my kids how to speak in FIlipino now, so the worksheets will be useful. Thanks!

    1. The kit includes ‘accessories’ like pre-made logos, designs, borders, banners that match your blog’s theme. Most of them are ready to edit photoshop images or some are just really ready to be uploaded especially the images and dividers. 🙂

  5. As a make up artist, I find Zie Fashion Tutorials very helpful and I can also share this to my friends who wants to learn makeup. Her tutorials look so easy to follow. The Portent’s Content Generator sounds interesting too, will check this out. Thanks for sharing!

  6. The world wide web sure is a mine of treasures and it is really up to the user to tap it and use it to one’s advantage. I will definitely check out that Filipino homeschooling website. Should come handy for when it is time to make my little man’s last reviewer for this school year. Thanks for sharing these lovely discoveries!

  7. Makeup 101 should work for me. I’m fond of make ups but haven’t make time to really learn how it. Love the Filipino reviewer although I’m raising kids who speak Bisaya and English. But will spread the word about this to my friends who are in dire need of these reviewers.

  8. You’ve got a nice list of inspirational and useful websites here. I personally dig the Lukie Bear- love the designs but the thing is I don’t have a baby wishing I could have one soon.haha. The worksheet- I use it often for my kiddo while the make-up 101 website is my go-to too to learn the basics. I am not so much into make-up also. Great list, thank for sharing.

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