Have you ever seen Nigerian dwarf goats? They’re friggin adorable. But until we get our farm, I have these two cuties. 😂 Thank you for the most hilarious and adorable gift, mahal. I’m happy you still wanna marry me despite my getting so excited about seeing an alpaca that I actually cried. PS I spent... Continue Reading →

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Was able to catch Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri a few days back in one of my favorite places in Boston (will Brookline get mad if I call it Boston?) Watch it, you guys. Frances McDormand is fantastic, and it’s surprisingly funny for such a heavy subject.

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where one of the biggest attractions are empty frames from a never solved heist. I love these kinds of stories, and it was trippy to see something like it up close and personal. Isabella Stewart Gardner was a true patron of the arts, and before she died she said that... Continue Reading →

The days have been quiet. How you doin?

On Christmas morning, as I chewed a mouthful of Kinder Egg chocolate, Tom pulled out a small box from under the couch and said it was one last gift. Now you’d think if your boyfriend hands you a small box you’d immediately know what’s going on, but you’d be wrong. Especially when you’re distracted by... Continue Reading →

Merry Christmas Eve Eve, everyone! 🎄

 If anyone was at Government Center last night and noticed a wobbly girl with a gigantic goofy grin on her face, that was me.

On The Things They Don’t Tell You

Note: This was an entry I wrote last August 23, 2016. At the time, I felt the need to keep these thoughts private due to some complications. I'm glad to say that everything worked out in a way that I feel like I can finally share them. Exactly two weeks from this moment, I will... Continue Reading →

On Resolutions

It's the last two days of the year, and admittedly I've been thinking a lot about my resolutions. Resolutions in essence are supposed to be great things - it's a hope-filled message to your future self that you want to be a better person in the coming year. It wouldn't be such a cliche to... Continue Reading →

On One Man’s Opinion About My Uterus

I have a confession: when taxi drivers try to strike up a conversation with me and I don't really feel like talking, I tend to just make things up. Most of them ask me if I'm married and/or how many children I have, and the stories kind of just go on from there. They ask... Continue Reading →

Career Stockholm Syndrome

Don't ask me how, but I stumbled into a career in an industry that doesn't really afford me much free time. As much as I want to, advertising account managers or entertainment marketing managers don't really get to go out of town on a whim every weekend (but hey if this is you, congrats, my dwindling social life commends you). So when a long weekend presented itself and it turned out that a couple others of my good friends were free, we took the chance to flit off to Batangas for a little R&R... and much to my dismay, a little mountain hiking.

Of Adventures And Wandering Out Of the Comfort Zone

"I hate you." Said the fabulous French man jokingly, as we watched the sun rise while at the most remote beach you will find in Calatagan. "Look at that sunrise. You would never see that sunrise in France. We have beautiful sunrises too, but not like this. And for that, I hate you. Because you... Continue Reading →

An Open Goodbye Letter To Globe Telecom

DISCLAIMER: August 6, 2014 Hey guys! In fairness sa inyo, binabasa niyo pa rin 'to. Hindi ko talaga alam kung bakit. Hahaha! Anyway, as rib-tickling it is to read all your angry comments as if kayo personally ang inaaway ko at hindi Globe Telecom, at bilang kaarawan ko po bukas, comments will be disabled for... Continue Reading →

Of Typhoon Glenda and Disaster Preparedness

The Philippines is no stranger to natural disasters. As a matter of fact, it has been one of the major sources of international attention to the country in the past few years, especially in the wake of typhoon Yolanda (known as Haiyan in international news platforms.) A few days ago, only 8 short months after... Continue Reading →

On Cuteness Overload

  One of the advantages of being surrounded by so many babies because of your family and friends is that you definitely don't run out of cuteness to photograph!

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