I am sitting on a five-year old couch with my back relaxed on a soft throw pillow while I reminisce things happened in my life a year ago as my sister plays a mellow song on her guitar. It’s not yet a new year (though I can’t wait for what 2018 would bring) to write post like this but I can’t help but to think the changes and events happened within just a year.
In a span of a year, let us say 18 months.
I had fallen in love with what I think I can say my first love.
YES! I’M BACK! Finally got my hands again on my blog after being stagnant for a while as I’ve been quite busy doing stuff for my future career-to-be. I’ve been prepping things like government ID’s and permits. Well it’s just good to be blogging again!
Last July I am reading Connor Franta’s first book “A Memoir” where I sort of coined the name for my blog. Aaaaand right now, I’m on his second book, “Note to Self”. I recommend reading his books! Good read I must say especially if you’re onto knowing how other people perceive things in life. Connor shares his POV about life which I really find interesting and worth knowing.Read More »
Wow. It’s been three months since that very day I saw myself marching through the red carpets of the chandelier-filled hall as the familiar graduation music plays on the background. I walked slowly and proudly while synchronizing my steps with the beat. Moments later, on my hands were the piece of paper I worked on for a whole four years. (it turned five actually, lol)
Out of boredom, I decided to become a little bit creative for the leftover food we had last night. There were two daing na bangus (Marinated Milkfish in Vinegar & Garlic) left. Instead of throwing it straight into the leftover bin, I thought of recycling it into something delicious!
There are those days that you just don’t feel really okay— those days that you just don’t feel waking up then sipping your favorite coffee like you used to. Or those days you don’t feel like talking to people even your closest ones. And there are those days too that even doing the things you’re supposed to be doing everyday feels just so heavy to execute.
It’s frustrating. It’s eating you up. You try to grasp what’s with you or what’s causing you all the drama but you can’t find any reason. But you know and you’re sure of one thing: you just feel a deep sadness within you.
It’s the first Sunday of July and comes with that is my first blog entry for the Sunday Currently. So far, I could say that I am motivated to continue catching up with all my blogging duties. I promised myself to keep this a habit (from now on) to keep this going.
Connor Franta’s, A Work In Progress. I am just so in love with his book (and to him). He’s really a deep person and I find it real sexy.
some pieces of my life in the past hoping I could transform it into a good book someday. All of what I had wrote so far is kept on my notebook and from time to time, I get back on it to write.
Anyway, after a year of shutting down my previous blog for some reason I am finally coming back. At some point I have to start on something and to try again.
To introduce myself, I am not a pro blogger as everyone else is. I am just the kind of someone who likes and has passion in sharing stuff by words through blogging. There’s that joyous feeling whenever I type the ideas coming in from my mind through a blog post.