There I said it. I’ve been meaning to do this for quite some years now, but I never fully commited myself to doing so till I had a recent reevaluation of how I’m living now. After ranting a post away from this one, I know I wouldn’t be able to proceed without actually taking concrete steps.
Today, we’ll be sharing a short interview with travel blogger Colleen Vidal of colololz.com. You might have encountered her tips and travel escapades shared on your news feed by your wandering friends. I learned about her when I saw her Pinto Art Museum trip, one of the places I want to visit. After that, I’ve encountered more
My Theory of Arts professor would probably smack me in the head right now. He told us not to walk around as free advertisers (ie. holding branded paper bags all around the metro) but now I’m somewhat advertising this on my own blog. But I really wish to share one of my most favorite commercials
When I was 16, I asked God for a sign. I told Him, “if this certain suitor gave me 2 white roses and a red rose, he’s the one.” A few months later, on Valentine’s Day, he gave me a bouquet with 3 pink roses. I told myself, he’s the one. Because red + white
Some time near the end of September, my colleague, Stephen, passed away from Acute Myeloid Leukemia. I started working with him in July, so it wasn’t really a long working relationship. But please allow me to post this despite that.
I’ve always seen vulnerability as a weakness. People hurt and get hurt, it’s reality. And pain is not the best feeling for someone who can’t embrace their vulnerability. It’s easily and poorly understood as a form of being a weakness, isn’t it?