I feel like it’s been a century since I last wrote something here or wrote anything for that matter. I wanted to write a yearender post at the beginning of the year, but my mind wasn’t ready for it. So instead, I decided I’d try and give you a little life update. “Try” being the operative word. It took me five attempts to compose this, and bless my soul if I ever hit that publish button. If you’re here reading this, well, I guess I deserve a pat on the back. Let’s catch up, shall we?
For someone like me who works online and is always on-the-go, one thing that I consider an ultimate must-have is a portable WiFi device that I can bring anywhere, just like the PLDT Home Prepaid WiFi. It comes with free 10GB data valid for 7 days. Reloading it is super easy as well and you can do it in 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Save your PLDT Home Prepaid WiFi number
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Earlier today, I was playing Mobile Legends (Lol!) when I was hit by a sudden urge to write a book review. As random as it may be, this wave of inspiration doesn’t come as often as it used to, so here I am taking advantage of it before it dies down.
Just to make it clear, I am not a hardcore bookworm, nor am I a professional book critic. I haven’t read that many books in my lifetime and surely there’s still a plethora of books that I have yet to explore. But yes, I do love reading and I also love sharing my (sometimes unpopular) opinions to the world.
That being said, I thought I’d share with you my thoughts and feelings about a book that is so important to me because of the impact it has made in my life.Read More »
Having been born in the late 1980’s, I have witnessed the height of Pinoy Rock Bands in all its glory. I grew up listening to the likes of Parokya ni Edgar, Rivermaya, Siakol (I know!), Sugarfree and of course Eraserheads. As cheesy at it may sound, but Eraserheads holds a special place in my heart.
Their songs were my salvation during my rebellious college days. In fact, “Alapaap” used to be my life anthem at that time when I was traversing a dark road and didn’t know where I was heading; when all I felt was resentment, and anger, and doubt, and all I ever wanted to do was run away and escape reality. Yes, I was a hormonal, melodramatic teenager with a penchant for rock music.
I recently watched Ang Huling El Bimbo the Musical and let me tell you, my 17-year old self was an emotional wreck. As expected, it was definitely nostalgic, but more than that, the 3-hour show took me to a wild roller coaster ride; one that I did not expect, but was pleased to have experienced anyway.
Having said that, here are 5 reasons why you should watch Ang Huling El Bimbo….before it’s too late!Read More »