Food and Boredom


” I have a hard time deciphering the fine line between boredom and hunger”


Morning Workout :)

I’m finally done with my morning workout, this is a new routine since I always used to go to gym at night. I am a senior student who has a class from afternoon until night, screw that schedule. But at least I can still have time for sweating! Now I’m off to my internship then to school. I’m just a busy person but I’m no Superwoman Hahahah though som say I am like one.

If I am overusing my body, I hope someday it can forgive me.

Got to go! 🙂


Random Thoughts…

  • I want a Pomeranian dog
  • When will I be sexy?
  • I want a dad, I miss my dad
  • I love him
  • Sex tonight? No way!
  • Don’t kiss and tell, stop being a jerk
  • I played
  • Stop pretending, it’s too late
  • Skinny deep
  • Megan Fox is pregnant? So what!
  • I want to drink…tonight but I can’t
  • You’re an asshole
  • My favorite teddy bear is Chuchi, and she is pink
  • Jonas Biolena, I love you
  • I want to swim
  • Beach! Sun! Sand!
  • I miss you
  • Lemon and Tequila
  • I’m crazy
  • I want to stop this craziness
  • for real!


Anti-Spitting Bill

DOH (Department of Health) Assistant Secretary supposes that anti-spitting bill is not going to be effective and enforceable even if intentions are good.

Dr. Eric Tayag said in a text message that current science does not put anti-spitting having a significant impact on preventing spread of different diseases because the germs contained in spit generally die outside the body.

The House Bill 5901 also known as Anti-spitting Act of 2011, proposed by AVE (Alliance of Volunteer) party-list Representative Eulogio Magsaysay is an act that prohibits the spitting of saliva and other substances in public areas such as the malls, schools, churches, sidewalks and other public areas.

The said bill proposes a fine of P500 for first offense, P1,000 for the second offense, and P2,000 for the third offense to anyone caught violating rules or may face a jail term of six months.

Tayag said that we should just encourage people not to spit in public.

“Anti-Spiting is not going to work unless somebody catches the spit, then nothing spreads,” he added.

I am Your Trainee, Maam.

This day is a busy one, It exhausts me. I do not usually narrate about what happened to my everyday life, but now.. please allow me.

It’s a miracle that I was able to wake myself and get up very early knowing that my body clock has already changed since summer vacation. I woke up at around 6 a.m. to prepare myself and the things i need so I could attend the indoor cycling class by 7:30 a.m. and my OJT (On-the-job training) orientation by 10 a.m. Luckily, I made it although I was late in the orientation because of the forever manila traffic.And by the way, I’m never the early bird! Allow me to let you know that I am always late, I can’t help it.

OJT- ‘The Philippine Star’ Newspaper

I’m an incoming senior who will be taking my practicum  this summer and I will be starting tomorrow. I had a mixed emotion, I’m excited but scared that I might not meet their expectations; I love to write but I’m not yet a good writer. I always try to think that someday I can write better, that someday I will be your future credible broadcast journalist.

Tomorrow is my first leg work! I will be attending a Dengue Summer Press Conference in heritage hotel and since it will be my first experience, I can’t stop myself from being scared. I have so many things in mind, “What will happen tomorrow?”, “What to do?”, “How will I deal with all the pressure?”, “Am I capable?” and etc…CAN I BE A GOOD WRITER SOMEDAY?

But to sum my emotion up, the feeling of excitement is still dominant especially if I am passionate with what I will be doing. It excites me that I can finally apply everything that I’ve learned in my chosen degree and somehow, I can already have a glimpse of my future career and how it feels like to be a media practitioner. I don’t know how and I don’t know why.. but I am very eager to develop my verbal and written communication skills. I am a dreamer, and a believer.


After attending the orientation, I went to my dentist to FINALLY, after four years…remove my braces. It was also a mixed emotion, the feeling of excitement that I can finally get rid of it and the feeling of sadness because I will miss my braces. (I will share my story and experiences in a different blog).

After a long time spent in my dentist, I went back to the gym to workout again (That is my addiction, can’t stop myself). 2 hours in the gym again, body combat and body step until I finally felt exhausted and now, I’m home and blogging. xoxo