A few months back, I got featured on Cosmo Philippines on what’s it really like to share the same name as the Queen of all media, Kris Aquino. Yes, she and I have the same name. I had so much fun writing this article! Check it out on cosmo ph website 🙂
Baby shower surprise for Bianca G and baby Lucia! So excited to meet her 💕
You have to do what you want with your life because most people don’t have the privilege of knowing what they want. Most people stumble and fumble through life, wondering what it would be like to have something that truly compels, inspires and ignites them. And because they do not have the answer, they choose the safest route available and they advise others to do the same. But you have to remember that you’re different. If you’re lucky enough to know what you want out of life – truly and clearly and explicitly, you cannot listen to the advice of those who don’t. They are playing in an entirely different arena and if they were playing in yours, their advice would be wildly different.
You have to do what you want with your life because you’re the only one it’s going to end up mattering to.
The truth about life is that none of us can be sure why we’re here or what we’re meant for. But we can be sure of what we want. And that’s as good a reason as any to go after it. // thoughtcatalog.com
Still in awe to have made it to Buzzfeed’s list of 30 Filipino Amazing Instragrammers You Need To Follow Right Now! Just WOW. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!
LOL at (no, not that one)! LOVE IT!!!
You have to remember every dreary day that preceded the some of the best days of your life and realize that that’s where you are right now – in the middle of that rainy day when it seems like everything is going wrong. You weren’t at the end of the story back then and you’re not at the end of the story now. Just because the scene in the rearview mirror looks nicer than the scene on the road ahead doesn’t mean you’ll never reach another beautiful destination. It just means you’re not there yet. // thoughtcatalog.com
We never really had a solid plan for this year’s holy week. We couldn’t travel outside of the country because most of my family had their passports renewed. But come Maundy Thursday, my mom wakes us up at 6AM and tells us to pack our bags because we’re going up to Baguio.
Road accidents (including a 10 car pile up on the highway) + a few stop overs, we finally arrived in Baguio past 6pm. After 9 hours on the road, we went straight to one of our fave restaurants in Baguio, Cafe by the Ruins! Continue reading