For me, being 23 is a paradoxical year to be in. It’s a year when I was both old enough to make decisions on my own yet young still to have the courage to make them anyway. It’s a year when I enjoyed bouts of childhood coming back – a year I got to relive how it’s … More On Being 23
When you are a graduate of one of the most prestigious courses in Diliman and was able to pass the CPA boards, people think that you have it all figured out. They think that a bright future is just right at your finger tips. All of them see you as someone sought after by various … More To the Younger BS BAA Undergrads
*Written second week of December 2014.* One year and eleven days ago to be exact, I found myself entering both a workplace and an extension of school. As fresh board passers, more than half of our batch from UP signed up with SGV. Most went to audit, others went to tax. I was one of … More Leaving my first job – memoirs from SGV
Whether we’d like to admit it or not, most of our lives as students revolved around grades. It’s a system that shaped much of what we are now. We complied to it, were measured by it, progressed through it, graduated from it, and earned a title by it. Some of us were even honored by … More A Love-Hate Affair with Grades
Hi there again! So last time, I promised to introduce the author of this blog a.k.a. myself. To talk honestly, just as how I just randomly opened up this blog and tried to write a rather vague first entry, I can’t think of the best way now to neatly introduce myself. :)) Well, let me … More A Prologue
Hi there! Say hello to an aspiring writer here who just created her first entry to her first “formal” blog supposedly (whatever is meant by formal). To tell the truth, she’s been struggling to form her thoughts for months now about what she’s going to share to the rest of the world and whether she’ll … More Transitionary Post – Avoiding the Writer’s Tragedy.