What Made My Month (October 2017)

Two months to go and we will bid 2017 goodbye. Lord! Bakit ang bilis? Haha. I'm not prepared! Tsaka parang hala. Napakawalang-kwenta ko yata ngayong taon. Haha. Huhu. But because this is my What Made My Month post, I will be talking about the many good things that have happened in my life. Life is… Continue reading What Made My Month (October 2017)

What Made My Month (August 2017)

Another month ends. Where did the time go? Time flies! And the priest eloquently reminded us of that the other day. He said that in September 8 we will celebrate the birthday of Mama Mary and then come October and it's already the month of the Holy Rosary. The moment it ends we will remember… Continue reading What Made My Month (August 2017)

Self-Portrait

If you have read my post "25 Things To Do Before Turning 25", you would know that one of my goals is to make a self-portrait. And last night, I finally crossed that one out. Yay! Like I said in that post it's not for narcissistic pursuits. I just have a feeling that making self-portraits… Continue reading Self-Portrait

Art Dump: July 2017

Time for another Art Dump! Yay! I'm so happy because I have painted a lot in July. If you haven't seen it yet, I also made an Art Dump for the month of June. Check it out here. July happened to be the month when I found out about World Watercolor Month. It encourages watercolorists from… Continue reading Art Dump: July 2017

What Made My Month (July 2017)

As part of my trying to look at life in a more positive light I have decided to reflect about things that made me happy. You know how they say that our brains are wired to be negative-bias? I think my brain is doing that a lot more than necessary. It's actually draining. I tried… Continue reading What Made My Month (July 2017)

Book Review: Struck by Lightning

Author: Chris Colfer Genre: Young Adult Rating: ★★★★☆ (4 out of 5 stars) Struck by Lightning: The Carson Phillips Journal is about Carson who is a driven, passionate and ambitious senior student of Clover High School but who also happens to be at the bottom of the food chain, basically, an outcast. He however continues… Continue reading Book Review: Struck by Lightning

Book Review: Elizabeth is Missing

Author: Emma Healey Genre: Mystery (and a hint of Dark Humor) Rating: ★★★☆☆ (3 out of 5 stars) Don’t you guys love reading good psychological mystery stories? Those kind which will send your brain reeling. Stories which will keep you on the edge of your seat, gripped and enthralled. Those which jumbles your head with… Continue reading Book Review: Elizabeth is Missing