Today, I am flooded with work, as usual. But I am taking the liberty of wasting 10 to 15 minutes of the company time to write this since, the amount time to write this won’t cover the amount of my life spent for work. Continue reading “If Being Right Makes Me Wrong”
Why do you have to sing in front of these people? That’s so stupid. What credit will you get by doing this? Will you earn money by doing this? Continue reading “Nobody Said It Was Easy”
*This post is with translation
I had a chance to spend an amazing weekend in Hulhumale’ and this is just another addition to my happy list.
Ansaya-saya ko dahil nakapaglagalag ako. Continue reading “Weekend in Hulhumale’ (Palaboy sa Hulhumale’)”
Apat na bata, apat na kwento ng pagharap sa mga katotohanan at kasinungalingan ng buhay.
Kung alam lang nila.
A tremendous excitement begins as the day ends.
The excitement of two powerful forces attracted to each other. Continue reading “Let’s Meet at the Horizon”
February, where did you actually go?
I remember drafting my post I Laughed My Way into February and I thought I just published it yesterday. I can’t believe that it’s the last day of the month already.
What did actually happen to me this month?
Open minded ka ba?
Gusto mo bang lumigaya ang iyong buhay?
Handa ka na bang sayangin ang susunod na labing anim na minuto ng buhay mo? Continue reading “Pak na Pak na Eyeshadow at Kilay Tutorial ni Aysa at Space”
In Gabriela Lee’s first book, Instructions on How to Disappear and other stories, she has meticulously and intelligently reworked numerous genre tropes. Set in future manila, a gleaming metropolis where one’s paranoia may not be exactly unfounded and whose lashing sings tribute to Philip K. Dick, “Stations” takes on the ethical trappings of high technology adoption. “August Moon” relies on a succession of flashbacks to uncover, as well as obscure, the eventual doom of a woman who deems herself a “good wife,” while “Eyes as Wide as the Sky” depicts a post-war world – scorched yet not wholly devoid of hope. These stories insist on the unreal becoming the real, the rational melding with the irrational, familiarity breeding strangeness. An impressive debut.
– Kristine Ong Muslim, author of Age of Blight Continue reading “Instructions on How to Disappear by Gabriela Lee”
I have always been fascinated by women wearing Hijab. I have been curious as to how to wear it, how does it feel to wear it and how would I look like if I would wear it. Continue reading “I Tried Wearing a Hijab (sort of)”