For many celebs, juggling family, showbiz, and business can be pretty draining or even downright exhausting.
Vina Morales agreed.
At the opening of Ystilo salon's 26th branch at the Starmall Prima Daang Hari Molino in Cavite, she told PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), "Actually, it’s really hard to manage it kasi siyempre, I’m a single mom and then I also support my daughter.
"I’m really hands-on pagdating sa kanya.
"I always make sure na talagang kapag may mga events siya sa school, I really attend.
"Talagang nakikiusap ako sa mga boss ko, sa mga producers ko na kung puwede, please give this to me and for my daughter because minsan-minsan lang naman yung mga ganyang okasyon.
"You know, I’m just so thankful and blessed because sa lahat ng mga naging producers ko, pumapayag naman sila.
"I could also bring Ceana to my tapings, to my shows, to the studios so hindi ko nagiging problema.
"Minsan lang talaga kapag hindi talaga kakayanin sa schedule, sa taping, minsan masakit sa puso ko na hindi ko mapuntahan yung mga school program ni Ceana.
"But I always make sure na talagang matutuloy."
For her salon business, she gets some help from her sister Shiela.
"She’s the one handling the operations. And I’m lucky because Ystilo team has been in this family for years na rin.
"Yung iba matagal na, yung iba since it started.
"So talagang nandoon ang samahan na talagang nagsusuportahan, so wala akong nagiging problema."
Has leaving showbiz ever crossed her mind?
Vina answered, "Honestly, I’ve been in this business for a long time. Itong show business, dito na yata ako lumaki.
"More than half of my life, nandito na ako sa show business.
"Well, maybe I’d lie low.
"If I have my own family talaga, I’d settle down.
"And as of now, Ystilo is doing great, so I’m happy especially with the help of the whole Ystilo team and with my sisters.
"Talagang we’re very happy with the outcome so maybe lie low or slow down years from now."