Celebrate Love Month with Working Mom Magazine

There’s so much to love about Working Mom Magazine’s February issue to make your Valentine Season special.

Set the stage for romance with its feel-sexy tips to boost your mood, energy and sense of connection with hubby. Vamp your bedroom wardrobe with some sexy sleepwear, and give your hair and skin some TLC.

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Sweets for your sweetie? It’s got pages of divine desserts worth indulging in. To add fun to your reading, turn to its Let’s Talk section, where real couples share unique wedding proposals.

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How best to love yourself? It’s got 50+ tools and solutions to help you manage daily stressed and enjoy life more. Cover mom Angel Aquino, who graces the cover with her two daughters, opens up about love, career and turning 40.

 

What do I love about Working Mom Magazine’s February issue?

This Love Month, I really liked the Divine Dessert feature! Having a sweet tooth, I will surely pay a visit to these recommended dessert restos within the metro. Some of them I’ve already tried and featured in this blog like J.Cuppacakes. Ever heard of this enchanting dining hub called “Gayuma ni Maria”? There are a lot more good suggestions and I project to visit most of them before the year ends. I won’t spill them here so you have to grab a copy for yourself.

I also like the “You Swallowed what?!” segment — a no-panic guide for weird (but common) childhood emergencies. What do in cases like gobbling up a bottleful of multivitamin candies, having bubble gum in hair, eating baby powder and whole lot more!

Grab a copy of Working Mom Magazine at your nearest magazine stands this February to learn more about these exclusive features.

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2 comments

    • Glaiza | Moomy Musings says:

      Hi Tweensel Mom! Can I get your name? πŸ™‚ The article written for Angel is heartwarming and inspirational. She also talked about her humble beginnings and how her mother raised them up. I think you will like it once you read it from Working Mom Magazine.

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