The little wins.

It's past midnight, and the caffeine just have started to kick in. I still have tasks to tick off my to-do list, but I guess my brain refuses to work on them right now. Afterall, it is weekend and I think that this short break is well-deserved. Sometimes, it is okay to pause for a... Continue Reading →


The best birthday gift.

On the day after my birthday, I went to San Pablo City in Laguna to help my friend, Inah, in her advocacy. I remember telling her months ago that I have always wanted to join an outreach program outside school, but there's no opportunity. So when she messaged me a week before the event, I... Continue Reading →

All things quirky but nice.

What comes to my mind when I hear the words, "the common room"? These words remind me of the wizarding world of Harry Potter. In all the seven books, "the common room" has been mentioned a lot of times. This is like a lounge where all the students who belong to the same house meet,... Continue Reading →

Chasing dreams.

On the first day of September, my childhood friends and I went to this magical place called "Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe". It was a spontaneous trip, and I was feeling a bit nervous on our way because going up to Tagaytay at past 8pm for me was risky. Since I wanted to see the... Continue Reading →

In times of solitude.

Sometimes, when we feel like nobody's there to share our hearts out with, we turn to music. The moment you plug in those earphones of yours, you tend to drift away from reality and get lost in your own little universe for a bit. And then you start to realize that solitude is all you... Continue Reading →

A run like no other.

Weekends are sacred for me, and I make sure that I spend most of Saturdays and Sundays on my bed, either catching up on sleep or watching series. However, on the 25th day of June 2017, I woke up at 2:30am, ate Greek yogurt with bits of granola bar, took a shower, brushed my teeth,... Continue Reading →

Backstage life.

I started to embrace and appreciate original Pinoy music (a.k.a. OPM) when I entered high school. I was not a fan of OPM until I got fully exposed to it through my classmates and the default radio station of our school service.┬áDuring those years, OPM was at its peak. Filipino bands competed against foreign artists... Continue Reading →

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