Hello, 18-year-old self, I am writing this letter in the future. Now, you are busy preparing your debut. Know that I am so excited for you, too. Birthdays remind us that life is beautiful that we should spend one day (at least) to pause and be grateful of what has happened in your life. I… Continue reading An open letter to my 18-year-old self
Life lately has been so challenging to the point that no matter how hopeful I am, I still feel disappointed about the things happening in the country. Upcoming elections. Politicians and their ads on TV and on different social media platforms. All of these during pandemic. Aside from that, I've seen a lot of people… Continue reading It’s the little things that matter.
Published by Adarna House, Si Dru at ang Kuwento ng Limang Kaharian is a YA novel written by Clara Ng, illustrated by Renata Owen, and translated in Filipino by Nanoy Rafael. Isang palaaway na batang babae ang napadpad sa mundo ng limang malulungkot na hari. Isang makapangyarihang puno ang magsisilbing daan para siya ay makauwi.… Continue reading Si Dru at ang Kuwento ng Limang Kaharian Book Review
Hello, friendly academic strangers. This is a very personal post for this week. After watching #Girlboss, I randomly wrote my dreams. (Wow, this is me dreaming.) If you were reading my previous posts, you would know that until now, at my age, I am still unsure of my whereabouts in life. He he. I am… Continue reading A very personal post + life updates
I added Girlboss Series in my watch list last year. But, it was only last August 18 that I got to finish it. This series opened my mind, heart, and soul about being a persistent, goal-driven, and hardworking person. I just loved every detail about this series. Here are seven things I've learned from this… Continue reading 7 Things I’ve Learned from #Girlboss