To My 25-year Old Self

To My 25-year Old Self

“Everyone goes through that. And nobody said there is an easy way out,” your teammate tells you as you wipe tears off of your face on the third day of January, as if it isn’t the new year where you promise to take things lightly.

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Kalanggaman Island, Leyte

Kalanggaman Island, Leyte

3-hour flight delay, 1-hour plane ride, 3-hour bus ride and 1-hour boat ride and it was all worth it. Kalanggaman Island, with its long sandbar and pristine water, so beautiful, anyone would be willing to travel far just to see it. Continue reading “Kalanggaman Island, Leyte”

On The 27th of July

On The 27th of July

You don’t know, too. Why is it so easy to open up to someone you barely even know. To tell them your hopes and your dreams, to show them your scars and the spot where it stings.

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Elyu 2016

Elyu 2016

5 months prior to our employment, we’re able to take the break that we baaadddly needed. When a lot of things are going on in your life and you think work is your only escape, it’ll make you think again because one day you’ll notice it’s just adding insult to the injury.

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Mt. Pulag 2016: Feet on the ground, head in the clouds

Mt. Pulag 2016: Feet on the ground, head in the clouds

I’ve never done hiking my whole life. And out of all the brave and crazy things life has made me do this year, this one tops it off — climbing Mt. Pulag with no preparations at all, just pure lakas ng loob. I never fail to surpise myself.

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The end of it

The end of it

My life was nothing short of beautiful. It was full of joy, dreams, rainbows, sunshine and pixie dust. It’s not a perfect one; but I happened to be contented as everything’s falling into place, little by little. I thought to myself, Good Lord, I couldn’t ask for more.

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