February (2018) Favorites

I know it’s already the third week of March, but better late than never! 😅 Without further ado, here are my favorites for February! Daiso Cutlery Set What I like about it: Do I even have to elaborate?! JK. Sooo clever, this set! You can put together either a pair of chopsticks or a spoon and…

50 Questions With Me

I haven’t posted in a while and so I thought of doing this 50 quick questions – blog style. I got the exact questions from none other than Ms. Anne Curtis! Her YouTube channel to be exact. Click here to watch. Let’s start? Answer with me! So, what did you do today? I went to work (it’s…

January (2018) Favorites

One of my resolutions for this year (2018) is to come up with a blog post at least once a month. And what better way to do that than with monthly favorites! Right? Here’s for January! Mercury Drug Planner 2018 *Given to me as a Christmas gift last year (thanks Grace!) What I like about…

My Top 10 Black Mirror Episodes (Seasons 1-4)

I’m sure in one way or another that you have heard about Netflix’ Black Mirror. That is, if you’re not watching/have watched it already. If you’d ask me what Black Mirror is about, I’d say it’s the future of science and technology – where we can amazingly take it, and where it can disturbingly take…

Cinema ’76 Film Society

Are you an indie film fan and just don’t know where to watch them? Say hello to Cinema ’76! Q: What exactly is Cinema ’76? A: With a tagline of “Home to Independent Cinema”, Cinema ’76 is a micro-cinema founded in 2016 with a mission to create a new theatrical distribution platform for filmmakers while at…

Where to go (and what to do) in La Union

All I knew about La Union, based on things I’ve heard, is that it’s a good place for surfing. I didn’t know there’s so much more places you can actually go to and experience! Tourist attractions are enumerated below, together with their respective location and fees. 🙂 Day 1 Trekking to Tangadan Falls (San Gabriel)…

Novels to start (or get you back to) reading

I’m not sure if it’s only me but I don’t know a lot of people who (still) read novels. I started reading way back when I was in third year high school, when I saw my classmate (Hi Suzette!) reading a non-academic book during our break, back then there were no tablets and smartphones, and I…