Fight The Endless Fight


What’s new? I’m writing this post on a Malas Thursday and I’m been getting this karma or whatever unlucky thing I have every Thursday since Jan. 6, 2011. Only on Thursdays. Oh well. I still have to get used to this. But anyway, I’ve been noticing that a lot of people have been down lately; may they be a random stranger on tumblr or friends on twitter, it seems like a lot of people need a little push. Last Tuesday, I actually had a bipolar episode and it really made me wanna go on hiatus. But with a little help from my friends and calls from my parents, my relapse went away. I realized how weak people can be but can be really strong as long as they know they’re not alone. And to everyone out there who feels that they are, you’re not. Here are just some of the quotes I gathered online over the past month. I hope that whatever it is that’s currently bringing you down, learn to fight the endless fight called life. I heard once somewhere that there’s an upside to free falling, it’s the chance to give your family and friends to catch you.

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Always remember that someone out there loves you. Hold on to that. “It’s okay to feel. No matter how much it’d hurt, our emotions are what make us human, good or bad… never lose hope.” -Elena, TVD.

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I’m about to get a home massage then heading back to Manila tonight. Let’s all stay strong, laugh a lot and smile. No matter how  hurt you actually feel inside, the happiness shown from a smile will eventually be real. Just keep smiling.




Last Sunday was such a great family day. We went to mi abuelo and abuela’s for lunch to celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary. Just a few more years and they’re hitting gold! Yey! Anyway, the food was amazing and as usual, my plate was overflowing with various dishes; from salads (showing them my fake diet) to pasta and choices of chicken meat or pork, I basically covered it all. Haha! After spending the day bonding with the Kagaoan clan, my family and I went to Eastwood City and did some retail therapy. For dinner, we ate at this amazing place called Komrad. The atmosphere and the interior design were amazing so I decided to share the place to you guys! If ever you get that Chinese flavor craving, visit Komrad at the 2nd floor of the Eastwood Mall near the connecting bridge to Citywalk  beside Cyma. You’ll definitely come back once you’ve tried it. That day was truly death by food. Yammyyyy *cue in Coco Martin*

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Day Tripper: Tagaytay 2013

As some of you might know, I’m a Physical Therapy major student at the University of Santo Tomas and our official first day of classes started last June 5. We all know what that means: me living under a rock because I’ll barely have internet access. Anyway, my first week of being a sophomore composed of balancing my training for dancing and EIC duties for the college magazine. It was really difficult, considering that we didn’t have lessons yet, so some of my friends and I decided to take a breather and have a road trip to Tagaytay. But first thing’s first, here’s the video of our performance! Ugh the sound system was super bad but whatever, I think we still pulled it off hehe

Here’s my annoying schedule:

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So since we still had classes from 7am-10am today, we arrived for lunch at Breakfast at Antonio’s at around 12:30pm. I had their bacon, mushroom and cheese omelette served with wheat bread, soup and hash brown on the side. It was really heavy for me yet super good! The ambiance was lovely as well since they made good use of natural light with their windows. Afterwards, we took a good view of the Taal Lake then headed to Pink Sisters and said our special intentions. It’s really important to hold on to our faith, especially since we’re in CRS: College of Rehabilitation Sciences a.k.a College of the Really Stressed! Before we went back to Manila, we stopped by Rowena’s and got goodies to take home. It was such a chill and awesome day spent with good company. Luckily, we don’t have classes tomorrow and on Thursday and from Friday-Sunday, I’ll be in Raven Resort Bataan. I’m loving this week despite the brutal 6am wake up calls. Wishing for more days like these!