The Sunday Currently #02

This week has been so busy that I wasn’t able to accomplish a lot of house chores. The week was spent writing the course I have to finish, dance and singing practices for a friend’s 60th surprise birthday, and all about our broken and new refrigerator.

The weekend was a terrible cheat day for me!




The Sunday Currently #01


My first post for 2018!

So many things have happened in 2017. The last quarter has been extremely productive for me and I couldn’t thank God enough for all the projects He showered me with. This 2018, my goal is to always include my passion in the things I will accomplish this year. This includes updating my blog and a regular video content creation for the memories I treasure the most.

With this, I am starting “The Sunday Currently”



I’m not a perfume kind of person. Everytime i buy one, i always end up not using it until i decide to give it away or throw it because its been in my cabinet for a long… and i mean long…. time.

But this one is the only scent i can use over and over. It has the safest smell, and the cleanest too!


Who wouldn’t want to smell like you’ve just gotten out of the shower? Smelling like a gentle soap is definitely a must.

Selfies at #SelfieEscolta

We always tend to look for adventures in unexplored islands or places not knowing that there are beautiful spots that were once at their peak, but now have been forgotten. Instead of searching for the unknown, we went searching for our past to rediscover the beauty of a street that used to be “THE MAKATI” of its time, ESCOLTA.

I got an invite from a friend to like a page entitled #selfiEscolta. I am not stingy giving “likes” on pages but this one really caught my attention. Escolta is one of the oldest and used to be a famous street in Manila during its glory days. I never knew that because I was probably too young, or maybe I wasn’t even born yet at that time. It was the commercial district. It was “THE” place to be at when people in the 1950s needed to shop, unwind, and socialize. However, after a number of decades, businessmen started to build new establishments to catch up with the times. Slowly, the brightness of Escolta started to dim until most of what was left of it are abandoned buildings and memories. NOT! This year, 2014 marks the beginning of its revival.