After giving birth to her first baby, Judy Ann now takes on the role of a writer for Sharon At Home magazine.
Since she is enjoying her role as a doting mom to her first baby Lucho, actress Judy Ann Santos has taken on a different kind of project while she prepares to make a comeback on television. Judai takes advantage of her culinary talents and is now a contributor for the Sharon At Home Magazine. The award-winning actress said, she has wanted to share her thoughts in Sharon Cuneta'rsquo;s magazine for the longest time. "Tinext ko si Ate Sharon, sabi ko sa kanya 'lsquo;Ate magaapply akong contributor ng Sharon At Home, okay lang ba?'rsquo; 'lsquo;Yun lang tapos nagtext na siya ng 'lsquo;Oo ano ka ba'rsquo; ganyan, ganyan. So doon siya nagsimula. Actually nagsisimula pa lang yung Sharon At Home, gusto ko na maging contributor, para may iba naman akong ginagawa."
Judy Ann also shared to Showbiz News Ngayon what it felt like writing her first article. "Nung sinusulat ko yung column, parang ilang beses akong natulala, di ko alam kasi kung paano ko sisimulan yung column kasi this is the first column na ilalabas. I want it to be friendly yung dating. At saka gusto ko marami talagang matutunan sa kin yung mga young moms."
For her column titled "Simple Lang," she shared the recipe of her Japanese fried rice, the first dish she cooked for her husband Ryan Agoncillo. "For the longest time di ko shini-share yung recipe na 'lsquo;yon, kasi madamot talaga ako sa recipe. Pero this time naisip ko marami naman nang nakinabang dun sa Japanese fried rice. I'rsquo;m thinking of sharing some recipes na friendly, like how to make your children eat vegetables, yung mga ganun like tricks of the trade para di mahirap pakainin ng vegetables yung mga bata."
Watch out for Judai'rsquo;s column in the first anniversary issue of Sharon At Home Magazine out in newsstands and bookstores this January.