It's been more than a hundred days since the quarantine period has started, and most people are now allowed to go outside and even dine in at restaurants and some cafes (though I've heard that Starbucks is still empty). But to immunosuppressed people like me, life goes on in the confines of our homes. I … Continue reading One hundred days of stay-at-home, now what?
I'm done watching my fourth Kdrama of the month and I plan to keep on going. I suddenly lost the drive and the interest to work on the unread books in my shelf. The storyline that I am working on for the workshop is still left unrevised. The next entry for my blog series is … Continue reading Enhanced community quarantine has ended, now what?
My Saturdays have already been devoted to working on my freelance projects, or some of my almost forgotten WIPs—but today was different. I realized I was running low on prescription drugs and my skin badly needs intense moisturizing. So I went out, met with Kim, had lunch, and after picking up everything we need, had … Continue reading Thoughts on a random Saturday errand day
In 2009, life was much simpler and less complicated. I craved for more sleep (I was customer care specialist catering to clients 12-13 hours away from me) which meant staying at home way too often. I would buy cheesy, classic romantic films and binge watch them when I get off work on Saturday mornings. Some … Continue reading How hard did aging hit me?
I was in the Enchanted Kingdom last weekend, along with my office peepz for our monthly company gathering. I didn’t get too excited at first - I mean, what are we going to do in a freaking theme park (just in case you’re reading this and you’re not from the Philippines, Enchanted Kingdom is a … Continue reading Life lessons from the Enchanted Kingdom