Chasing dreams and happiness

It doesn’t mean my world will stop here. I still have bigger dreams and I’m not giving up on them. I’ll keep on chasing that dream.

Sagada (Day 2)

Day 2 was filled with activities that my legs were screaming in pain, but it didn’t stop me from exploring and getting to know Sagada better.

1/22/16 Hello, world

I haven’t blogged for more than half a year. What’s up with that? I don’t have any other excuse this time, I’m just a lazy person. I haven’t finished my Sagada entries and… Continue reading

Things to remember

As we grow up, we learn that even the one person that wasn’t supposed to ever let us down, probably will. You’ll have your heart broken and you’ll break others’ hearts. You’ll fight… Continue reading

Sagada (Day 1 – afternoon)

After lunch, we rode another jeep to Bumod-ok Falls. The jeepney ride was less than 10 minutes. We were dropped off at the information center (?) where several guides were waiting for us.… Continue reading

Sagada (Day 0-1/2)

Last April, I impulsively joined Travel Factor’s Conquer Sagada trip. I just wanted to go somewhere to “de-stress.” Honestly, I’m not sure why I chose to go to Sagada; maybe it was because… Continue reading

Letting go and moving on

In  two days, I’ll be leaving a place I’ve called home for more than a year, DataBlitz. Leaving is bittersweet. A part of me is excited to finally have legit weekends-two days of just being… Continue reading

Something dramatic that I needed to get out of my system

I think I’ve already said this before, but I am really thankful for my friends. They’re the reason that I’m still sane, despite all the shit I am going and have gone through.… Continue reading

Random thoughts

Why work hard for something you wouldn’t inherit and benefit from in the future? Isn’t that pointless? Dedicating your whole life to something that you would leave behind when your old and gray.… Continue reading

Weekends

I work six days a week and I couldn’t be more thankful to have Sunday as a day off. Since I have started working in my current job, I started to appreciate and… Continue reading