Life · Personal

Wanderlust, and a nostalgia for what-is-yet-to-be

Lately, I am in a weird state where I am craving for something to change in my life. I remember telling myself in high school that I will never leave the Philippines, and no matter how good the offer overseas or whatever kind of opportunity it is, I will not take it. I told myself… Continue reading Wanderlust, and a nostalgia for what-is-yet-to-be

Personal · Philippines

Out of comfort zones and privileges

A little surge of rambling after seeing this analysis (see photo; credit to the rightful owner) I never noticed this before, but realized this as well as I am currently re-reading Goblet of Fire the last few days. I sometimes find myself agreeing with Ron every time he tells Hermione off about the house elves.… Continue reading Out of comfort zones and privileges

Philippines

#PHVote: Allow me to say this one last time–Think again

This is probably the last time I am ever writing anything about politics. It’s been such a messy campaign period. I saw how some friends cut off ties over a political disagreement. Some people call other “bobo” and “not thinking” if they find someone’s choice of candidate not to their liking. I saw a rise… Continue reading #PHVote: Allow me to say this one last time–Think again

Philippines · Photography · Town Trip

In the heart of the city is a history

I recently found out that there’s a mobile version of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, and since I downloaded it, I couldn’t stop experimenting on photo editing. I’m no pro because I’m the kind of person who just takes photos of things I find pretty. Most of the time, my phone will be filled of photos of… Continue reading In the heart of the city is a history

Anime · TV Shows

[AnimeTV]: Your Lie in April

I can’t quite place how I feel about this anime. It was really beautifully written. The cinematography–its colors and visuals–complements the entirety of the show. Each character, main or side ones, had his/her moment in the story. It was unexpectedly emotionally gratifying and very unpredictable. But, maybe, the thing I loved most from here is… Continue reading [AnimeTV]: Your Lie in April