Tagalugin mo nga?

Living in Taiwan means that I don’t get to speak Filipino – also known as Tagalog – often. I only speak Tagalog when I’m with other Filipino friends, but we’re all too busy with our studies to socialize regularly. I miss speaking it from time to time, and I always get so happy whenever I…

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Timeless Thoughts: Family jamming

Timeless Thoughts is a monthly blog linkup hosted by Georgie and Tara, where bloggers would write about something from their past. Any topic from the past will do – it can be a place, an event, an item, or an old hobby. The linkup starts on the first Saturday of each month and runs for two weeks. In 2006, the…

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#DearMe

I am participating in the #DearMe campaign for International Women’s Day. I love this idea and it’s something that I’ve always wanted to do, I’ve just been waiting for the right opportunity to do something like this. I am addressing this letter to my 15 year-old self, during that certain period when everything just sucked for…

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Getting To Know You And Me

I stumbled upon this blog post by Camie and the questions really made me think, so I thought it might be fun to try answering them. It’s also a great way to get to know each other, don’t you think? Okay, let’s do this! 1. Are you sunrise, daylight, twilight, or night? Please share why you picked…

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Moving back to WordPress

Okay, so after almost 4 years of blogging with Tumblr, I finally got over my [irrational] fear of WordPress and moved back! Why did I leave in the first place? Well, I am actually not sure why I left WordPress before, but I think I was overwhelmed with the platform at the time. A lot of…

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Leibster Blog Award ;)

I don’t get to go online and post a lot of things on this blog. I’m so sorry. *sigh* But it’s wonderful because Xian has thought of nominating me for the Leibster Blog Award! It’s an award that bloggers give to other bloggers that they really like. It’s a sort of appreciation for your fellow…

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