October Playlist


PARA SA MADALING MA-FALL trans: “For those who easily fall (in-love)

I made this playlist months ago. It was around the time when I realized that I fall for people easily. And it’s not like I intentionally do so. In fact, I used to think that I’m good at controlling my feelings.

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Knowing your worth is not enough


Knowing your worth

I am not so sure about you guys, but ever since I hit puberty, I was constantly reminded, by my mom and friends, to know my worth. My worth as a girl, my worth as a person.

They said that only by knowing this would one find herself being loved. They said that if you don’t know what you’re worth, other people won’t know it either.

They said that not knowing your worth would leave you alone, unloved, unappreciated.

This concept was inculcated in my mind for such a long time that when I heard someone say things differently, I was amazed. I thought that nothing could be supreme to loving and knowing yourself but then I was proven wrong.

Me and my new roommate were driving back to the city from our dorm and naturally, we began chatting about boys, and love, and self-worth. She said, “You should know your self-worth…” And as if that wasn’t enough she added, “Then go ahead and add some tax”.

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Android App Review

Disclaimer: I wasn’t paid or sponsored to write this application review. I just really love the lockscreen app so I decided that I should spread the word and help you guys find a good lockscreen application.

I’ve been on a hunt for a good lockscreen app ever since I’ve accidentally deleted my phone’s default lock screen system (Don’t ask me how it happened). I downloaded and installed a lot but failed to find the one that doesn’t crash, doesn’t have too much ads, etc.

Everything I’ve tried sucks but Next, which was new to Google Playstore  then, did wonders!

“Next” is a lock screen android application by Microsoft. According to their website, “Next helps protect your phone from unwanted access by others, and you are instantly more productive. It is an excellent productivity locker app and companion for your everyday life.”

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The Kind of Love I want.


Spoiler Alert: Full of The Vampire Diaries Spoilers.

A lot of TVD (The Vampire Diaries Fans) are thinking of how either Stefan and Elena or Damon and Elena had the most wonderful love story…

I used to think the same way too but then the last episode that I’ve watched changed everything.

I have always thought that if I ever fall in love, I would want something like the kind of love that Damon had for Elena. I thought I wanted the kind of love that consumes you. The kind that could make you do things you didn’t think you could. But 14 episodes in on the 7th season of the television  series, I realized that I want something far from that.

The episode reminded me of the heartbreaking love story that never happened and may never ever be. It reminded me of the greatest, most epic love that was Klaus’ for Caroline. They’re no star-crossed lovers like Romeo and Juliet but for my own personal opinion, it was something more baffling than that.

In the series, Caroline’s first epic love was Tyler, a werewolf who had hard time controlling his emotions. Caroline then was just transformed into a vampire and just like Tyler, was also having a hard time coping with her new life. They were able to bring out the best out of each other—and I swear back then I thought nothing could become more perfect than whatever the two of them had.

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My First Tinder Experience 🔥

Okay, so for the past few weeks, nothing exciting is really happening in my life. Summer vacation would be fun if I have money but I obviously don’t… so I spent most of my vacation on watching YouTube videos, ghost writing for some clients, sleeping and eating all day––and that routine is getting kind of boring. So I decided to try out Tinder 🔥for the very first time!

Initially, I got a bit overwhelmed about everything. There’s too much going on and I didn’t knew that it would be connected to Facebook! (You guys, I almost had a heart attack thinking that my family and friends would know that I’m on a dating site!)

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To The Man Who Said He Didn’t Know.


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I have to admit, ours was something that didn’t look good from the start. I don’t know if I can even call it “ours”. But I’m certain that we’re lucky enough to see it end—for it wasn’t to supposed to start anyway.

You were her lover. I was her friend. It was supposed to end there. Supposed. What a tricky word.

We didn’t cheat, not literally. It was one of those things that just happened. The kind of thing that you know is wrong but feels so right you couldn’t stop.

We were friends when you two were together. We were friends when you broke up. You even got a new girl and I thought we’d still be friends then. But somewhere along the line we just changed. For the good or for the worst? I don’t really know.

Maybe it was good until it wasn’t.

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Disclaimer: Okay, I just want to put this out there right away. I am not some legit freelancer. Like those who are actually members social groups for the virtual community and whatnot. I just write a couple of articles here and there. 😜


What inspired me to write this blog post is the phone call that my mom got. By the way, my mom is the one who’s really a virtual assistant/ freelancer. She handles real estate, agencies, and all that complicated stuff––anyway, as I was saying, the phone call she got was from a client. Seeing my mom working hard like that reminded me of the misconceptions people often assume about her and her job.

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