major spoilers ahead It’s finally coming to an end. After watching 48 30-minute episode of this drama, I can finally see how this story works itself out. It had been a rollercoaster of emotions as this show had many moments of crying, comedy and action. It was a nice break for me as I previously
I was a bright-eyed senior in high school when I asked my parents for money so I can take the entrance exam for the University of the Philippines. It was one of my biggest dreams to take enter the Journalism program in that school. But alas do my parents have other plans for me. They
“You were so tiny before! You should go back to that kind of body.” About four years ago, I managed to reach the weight of 125 pounds, probably the lowest that I’ve ever had. A lot of people had complimented me and told me that I looked good. I was able to wear a lot
My mom wanted us to do some tubing today. Something that I really don’t want to do. I’ve been saying no for the past few times she had asked me and today wasn’t the day she was gonna get that answer. So I was forced to wear this godawful snow pants we got from Costco.
After being hyped up through memes and reading the plot on Wikipedia, I had finally watched the movie Bird Box. It’s a good movie, but not a very scary one like a lot of people had said about it. I enjoy a good suspense/thriller movie and this was definitely it. I liked the pace of
Mourning is a very personal thing. And I learned it this year. At the start of the year, I had a very positive outlook for the rest of the year. After five years of being away from home, I was finally going back. By the end of January, I already booked my flight. I was
I’m the kind of person that would listen whatever you would tell me. You could tell me you whole life story and I would barely say shit. I would react at different times but would let you say your thing. I like teas so I guess that’s why I like listening to other people’s stories.
I went home back to the Philippines after five years of being away. In those five years, I have adjusted and familiarized myself in Canada’s way of life. When I came back to the Philippines, a lot of things surprised me and some people would tell me, “Hoy, naa ka sa Pinas, wala sa Canada
Lipstick and loose powder, those were the two make-up staples that she always had on. I would see her swipe a bright red lipstick and put a powder (possibly from Avon) on. I never thought anything about it and wasn’t to keen on following suit. However, these all changed this year. As I grew older,
I grew up thinking that I could be who I want to be if I put enough effort into it. When I was in elementary school, I fell in love with writing. I was chosen to be part of a group of students trained to be represent our school in the school journalism competition when