This past month of May, I’ve been in a state of flux in terms of meeting my fitness goals this year. I have no idea how I’ll be able to meet them if I couldn’t get my act together in order to do so? Continue reading
It’s one thing to dream big and reach for the stars, it’s another when you need to get yourself out from an unfortunate and difficult situation. In this movie, one girl does the impossible.
(This review contains spoilers from the movie, Secret Superstar. If you haven’t watch the movie yet, don’t read on until you do)
The past year, I had felt like I was letting myself go. The stress brought upon the job and the many days of waking up extremely early to get to work before rush hour were taking a toll on me.
Video editors are the most hardworking people I’ve known in the industry today. At the same time, their profession is the most underappreciated and overestimated line of work today. I should know because I’m one of them.
In a perfect world, I’d wanna say that the year that was anything but different, were nothing life-changing occurred.
But this is not a perfect world. The year 2017 AD have seen great changes to my personal life as I slowly progressed through my late twenties. Continue reading
Two provinces, one long weekend, and an experience of a lifetime.
What does it mean to live in the year 2016?
If you ask me that question, I probably won’t be able to answer you that question. In fact, I probably won’t be able to give you even an adjective to describe how this outgoing year has treated me.
On Wednesday, US time, the American version of Big Brother will have its season finale where a winner will emerge among the last three housemates standing. But before that happens, there will be one more challenge that will play out on live television which will determine the two finalists as well as the last evictee of the season who will join eight more fellow evictees in the Jury of Nine whose task is to crown the winner of Season 18. Continue reading
Today, I just burned through five chapters of Mockingjay during my idle time in between tasks. This is probably the only way for me to get motivated into reading a book I bought just so I could manage to to finish it. It’s the same thing I did for Catching Fire where I previously stopped while I was barely a third into it more than a year ago. Since bringing the second Hunger Games book to work a couple of months ago, I’ve managed to finish it within that time frame, probably faster than when I read the first book at home (which was about three months). At least this way, I could get my eyes to be used to something other than staring at a computer screen all day.
Since getting my first pair of of corrected glasses 15 years ago on 5 January 2001, my vision has gotten more blurry. I don’t even recall what grade both eyes are currently have but one thing’s for sure, I have what they call an astigmatism.
It’s been a while since I last saw some old faces from high school, at least since the last time we had had a get-together. If I’m not mistaken, the last had been, what? Bonifacio Day Weekend 2010 or some time later on? Thus, it was really nice that a few of us have managed to have this happen less than a week ago, with the planning stages and everything done in less than two days before the night we would see each other, culminating on Rizal Day.