As I said in a special vlog I did to celebrate the end of 2020, calling the year “tough” would be an understatement. Considering the global pandemic that has infected millions and claimed the lives of nearly a fifth of those numbers, and shut down schools, events and entire industries, and has forced many people to stay at home and wear masks when going out, I’d say it has been, very least, challenging.Continue reading
A Look Back to ’19 (Super Late Edition)
This may come a little late but I’ve been collecting my thoughts on the year that was, Anno Domini 2019.
On one hand, I’ve gotten a bit active with my content creating, infusing some life into my 10-year old Youtube channel, among other personal highlights.Continue reading
An Old Trick of a Card
In this age of social media, things can get a little tense when a divisive topic leads to strained relationships with friends and colleagues, without having to face anyone in person.Continue reading
In less than 24 hours from now, I’m about to head back to my Spanish-language class after taking some time off following a very hurtful moment that occurred there where at one point, it had made me question why I continue to take up Spanish for the past three years.Continue reading
The Outpost: An Appreciation
“When the moon is aflame, a Blackblood will summon the slayers of Men to conquer and purge the oppressors of old. One remains.“
When it comes to picking TV shows to watch, I’m very picky. And not because I have a very particularly refined taste (Quite the opposite). But as a 20-something adult working in the real world and about to reach their 30’s, I want to pick shows that really speak to me.Continue reading
J-Review: The Boys (Season 1)
Over the weekend, I’ve been binging on this new series from Amazon Prime Video called The Boys.Continue reading
A Look Back to 18
2018 came and went so fast that I barely noticed that we’re mere moments away from 2019.Continue reading
Junior Eurovision 2018: A Quick Review of All 20 Songs
In less than a day after publishing this, fans around the world will tune into their phones, tablets, and internet-powered TV’s to watch the biggest song competition for children, the 16th Junior Eurovision Song Contest, happening on November 25, 2018 at the Minsk Arena in Minsk, Belarus.
Kain Kain sa Tren
Dito sa Kalakhang Maynila, nararamdaman mo ang pressure na sundin ang ginagawa ng iba, ang hindi sumunod sa mga patakaran o sa mga tamang gawi para maging maayos ang takbo ng buhay sa isang lungsod. Continue reading
The Pursuit: Camina por un momento
Exhaustion. That feeling where you feel extremely tired, like a weight you carry on your shoulders. That feeling where you like you need to lie down but, at the same time, need to push past it to finish the task at hand.