Black Mirror Season 5: A Review

It's that time for all Black Mirror fans to rejoice again -- a new season has been released over at Netflix for this politically acclaimed technology-will-destroy-humanity-themed anthology series. As a super fan of their material, I was beyond thrilled for this and I immediately jumped onto the Black Mirror train as soon as the episodes… Continue reading Black Mirror Season 5: A Review

Solo in Tokyo (Day 3): Meiji Shrine

As the days of this dream sequence (a phrase I have fondly used to refer to this trip) are passing by, I was learning more and more about myself. This is the first time I have been alone for days in a different country, and I am experiencing lots of new things, and thus learning… Continue reading Solo in Tokyo (Day 3): Meiji Shrine

Solo in Tokyo (Day 2): Return to Sumida Park + Encounters + Reflections

The stretch of the Sumida Park that I already walked through is apparently just a glimpse of the whole park itself. On the other side is another stretch of cherry blossoms parallel to the Sumida river. I noticed that the boat that cruises along the river is more visible here compared to the other side,… Continue reading Solo in Tokyo (Day 2): Return to Sumida Park + Encounters + Reflections

Clow Cards: A Reading

During my Tokyo trip, I purchased a Clow Card set based on the anime Cardcaptor Sakura. I was obsessed with this anime when I was in elementary. The anime series had a comeback last year, and I am glad to say that I am still into it. πŸ™‚ It has always been my childhood dream… Continue reading Clow Cards: A Reading

Solo in Tokyo: An Introduction

I just landed yesterday from a nine-day soul searching trip in Tokyo, Japan. I have booked and planned for this trip since June of the previous year and honestly the planning stage was a bit stressful for me. This was my first ever solo trip in a city that I will be visiting for the… Continue reading Solo in Tokyo: An Introduction

Learning to Say No

In life, there would be instances that you will be put in an awkward situation that you'll need to learn how to say what you really want to say. Although you feel for the person, it would always be fact of life that every one of us puts their own pack first before everything else.… Continue reading Learning to Say No

Mauerbauertraurigkeit

I feel a bit down today. I never thought I would be affected by it this way. Maybe it was because of the way I learned of the news, like if I didn't become curious and asked the question, they wouldn't tell me. It's like they really didn't have plans to tell me. Am I… Continue reading Mauerbauertraurigkeit

Goodbyes… Again

Tonight, I said farewell to one of the greatest people that I have met in the workplace. We all had seen this coming (uhm for the last two years?πŸ˜…) and finally all the preparations have been completed and it's time now for her to embark to a whole new journey of her life. Surprisingly, the… Continue reading Goodbyes… Again

Movie Review: Alone / Together

It has been a tradition of me and my mom to watch movies every Monday because that's when senior citizens can see a movie for free. Mom likes watching Filipino movies. For this week, showing in cinemas is Alone / Together featuring Liza Soberano (Christine) and Enrique Gil (Rafael), and that's what we saw today.The… Continue reading Movie Review: Alone / Together