Thank U, Ariana. Looking forward to your next!

I’m just…I can’t contain it. I just really love this girl, Ariana! As an older millennial (okay I admit it), I grew up listening to bubble pop, mellow, boyband and girlband pop, grunge, soul, and r&b. That’s farfetched from all the EDM tunes and even the synth-pop, electronic/soul haze, and folk-pop music that are currently dominating pop music. This trend makes me deviate from what … Continue reading Thank U, Ariana. Looking forward to your next!

Ditch the DIYs and #SwitchtoHeySugar

When sugar waxing became popular, many women ditched the razor because using them won’t make us completely get rid of unwanted hair. It may also damage our skin. On the other hand, sugar waxing frequently would make your hair grow less and moisturize our skin. If you’ve been reading my blog, you know that I’m all about sustainability and saving up. I’m the kind of … Continue reading Ditch the DIYs and #SwitchtoHeySugar

Davao Blog Awards 2018 Nominations

Hi everyone! If you’ve been reading my blog, I’ve always repeated writing about my experiences this year–being socially-aware and how I overcame the struggle, the greatest adversity I’ve experienced in my life, and also about the things I’m thankful for. I have always mentioned that joining the Davao Bloggers Society has really made a positive change in my mental health. I’m truly grateful for their … Continue reading Davao Blog Awards 2018 Nominations

Gadget-shopping online issues addressed by trusted and reliable online store, Argomall

In spite of the upsoar and several perks of online shopping in the Philippines, many are still wary of it due to data privacy, usability, and other legal issues. Online Shopping & Data Protection Online shopping in the Philippines is still quite tricky especially since a lot of shoppers prefer “mano-mano” (filling out sort of a questionnaire for their details instead of an order form … Continue reading Gadget-shopping online issues addressed by trusted and reliable online store, Argomall

Living in a more resilient Philippines with BPI’s Sustainable Energy Finance (SEF) program

The Philippines is centered in the ring of fire and typhoon belt. This makes my beloved country very susceptible to natural disasters. According to DW.com, in the article, Philippines: A country prone to natural disasters, there are approximately 80 typhoons that occur above tropical waters, and 19 of those affect the Philippines alone. Just this year, the country has experienced several typhoons and landslides, especially … Continue reading Living in a more resilient Philippines with BPI’s Sustainable Energy Finance (SEF) program

Goodbye, my activist sensibilities

There are times when I like to think that I’m a Purist. In fact, it’s far from the truth. Purism means that that way you should think and act adheres to what you believe in. Strictly unadulterated and transparent. No ifs, no buts. It’s all-or-nothing. So far in my living existence in this world, I don’t now of any human who is strictly following Purism. … Continue reading Goodbye, my activist sensibilities

Embracing our human nature through the Davao Ngilngig Film Festival

Each of us certainly has the DNA that always makes us yearn for something new and different. Such a trait has a lot of marketers snag up their game. An example is the food and restaurant industry wherein according to insiders, people tend to grow out of a revered establishment in just a matter of 3 years. The businesses would excite us in the beginning, … Continue reading Embracing our human nature through the Davao Ngilngig Film Festival

Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination

I’d be honest. Before I went active in blogging again, I thought it was too late. Many of the people I’m exposed to aren’t really akin to reading. Or maybe those that are just dominant prefer vlogs over blogs. However, it was only after I joined WordPress that I realized that Blogging is very much alive. There are a million people who write and read. … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination

Circa 2016-2017: Activism Amplified

How on earth did a consumerist pig and a highly extroverted person like me get my activist sensibilities? Nope, it’s not because of my UP Education. Ayutthaya In June of 2015, I had a trip to Thailand. As a highly paradoxical country, Bangkok offers a wide range of activities that every tourist can enjoy. After all the wild partying in Bangkok, I spent my last … Continue reading Circa 2016-2017: Activism Amplified