The Ruins

I must admit, I don’t think I’m able to give The Ruins justice in these photos. The famous landmark of Talisay is so much more than what I was able to capture. Since I was in town during Bacolod’s popular Masskara festival, a lot of tourists were there as well so it was a bit challenging to take a proper photo of […]

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A Different Kind Of Glow

Here’s what I wore to Rappler’s round table discussion entitled “Labels As Bullies”. I, along with three other women who are all accomplished in their respective fields, was invited by the reputable social news organization to talk about how bullies use labels to bring us down and how we were able to overcome them. As stated on […]

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On A Night Like This

Devoting precious sleeping time on my plane ride from Manila to Guam to make this blog post for you. I must warn you though, I woke up at 4am to catch my early morning flight so only half my brain is working right now. So before my semi-functional brain completely gives up on me, let […]

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Origami

Surprise, surprise! I’m in another black and white ensemble. And as usual, I chose the color red to break the monotony. I hope you’re not tired of my black and white OOTDs yet. I seem to be wearing a lot of them lately. This one in particular was my outfit for Goody’s Come Play event last month, […]

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Little Secret

Hong Kong’s Central, just like most of Hong Kong’s districts, has an interesting mix of architecture. When you go down its main streets, you’ll see plenty of big stores and buildings in modern architecture. But when you take a little detour down to the smaller side streets, a whole new world greets you. It’s the […]

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Travel Diary: Charlottenburg Palace

Another day, another palace. Oh the life of a princess! A girl can dream, right? Charlottenburg Palace or Schloss Charlottenburg is the largest and most important remaining Hohenzollern residence in Berlin. The palace and its garden were originally built as a summer residence for the Prussian Queen, Sophie Charlotte (who happens to share the same […]

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Country Girl

You can easily tell from my hair color that these shots were taken a while back. I was off to give a talk for Chalk Magazine’s Campus Tour at Far Eastern University that day. It was especially hot then so pants and anything else made with more than 1 and a half yards of fabric […]

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Capturing Simple Joys

When you need to catch a break from all the stuff that are keeping you busy, sometime’s all you need is to reconnect with your friends and spend a little time with them. It doesn’t have to be extravagant. You don’t have to travel far or do something extreme. A good long day or 2 […]

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Sky High

A couple of years ago, you would’ve never seen me brush my hair up like this–at least, not voluntarily. My bangs were my safety net. I couldn’t go out without them! It’s as if I’m able to hide part of my insecurities under my bangs. LOL! I’m sure most of you can relate. Us girls, we tend […]

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Travel Diary: My Love From The Star

Here it is, the blog post all you K-drama fans have been waiting for–my visit to the “My Love From The Star” (or “You Who Came From The Star”) exhibit located at Dongdaemun Design Plaza. I don’t really watch a lot of K-dramas but because I’ve been hearing so many good things about this multi-awarded […]

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