Philippines Travel

Finally in Bohol, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines

Just a two hours plane ride from Manila or an even quicker ferry ride from its more famous neighbor Cebu, Bohol offers a different set of adventure. The island is famous for its Chocolate Hills or photos of the wide-eyed tiny tarsiers. Not only that, but Bohol also have a set of white beaches and man-made forests that they can boast about.

Bandom Concerts



LANY blew up in my social media feeds earlier this year. And when a band blows up in my twitter following, I listen to it. Every time. I mean, that’s how I find out about The 1975! This one didn’t disappoint. With one listen to ILYSB, I was hooked.

Financial Personal

Money Diaries: Night Shift


Since June this year, I have been consistently writing down how much I spend every day among other things. Seeing it written down on my daily journal makes me reconsider my spending habits and lets me see just where I spend so much money and how to cut back. If you guys remember, I made a personal finance blog months back but maintaining two blogs is so hard, so I’m incorporating that to my personal blog. I’ll be sharing my financial diaries occasionally – maybe when I have some events affecting my finances.

Personal Philippines

Staycation Vol. 1: Fort Victoria, BGC

Staycation - Fort Victoria

Have you ever been in one of those moods where one day, you’re cool as a daisy, and the next you’re stressed about everything and nothing at the same time? Maybe it’s because I’m experiencing quarter-life crisis, too. Since the start of the year, I’ve been planning a staycation to relax and just chill and not have to do chores. At the same time, my high school best friends and I are planning to have a summer outing. Knowing how hard it is to do an out of town trip that actually happens, I suggested we just do a staycation. They agreed.


Rambles About a TV Series: Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher was published in 2007. I was able to know about the book and get my own copy back in 2009. I still have it. When I purged half of my bookshelf, Thirteen Reasons Why remained. It was not a book that bought me joy. It wasn’t something that made me feel good about myself or have that tingly feeling that most of my other books cause me. In fact, it was the total opposite. I felt nothing but negative feelings. It made me sad, and angry, so, so angry. It made me cry – which is actually not a feat since most Disney movies make me cry, but you get my point.