So much to handle in just one day

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Here goes a brief list of my first-day-of-senior-year sentiments: 1. I crammed the Editorial Board (EB) race requirements, and I finished it at last! As expected, my plan of not sleeping the previous… Continue reading

I Will Always Care Too Much

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Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
It’s hard not to notice how much of our generation’s cultural language is based on irony, sarcasm, and a sense of cool detachment. Being too invested in anything…

The only thing I regret

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…is not taking what I should have taken.

Pico De Loro 2013

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A summary of what my high school friends and I did in Nasugbu, Batangas this summer also known as my first attempt in creating a decent travel video. Click PLAY! 🙂

Sun – kissed

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We’re back from our summer getaway! For three days, I have come about three realizations: 1. that you should always be on time if you want others to be on time as well;… Continue reading

How To Break Up With A Friend

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Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Feel a familiar itch to break free that you had previously thought only arose in romantic relationships. The tedium, the emotional drain, the fundamental feeling that this isn’t…

Summer Blues

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So, I’ll be leaving for Nasugbu, Batangas tomorrow with my high school friends. I can’t believe I’m saying this but, I don’t feel like going anymore. What makes it even more ironic is… Continue reading

Why I’m terrified of my senior year

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Tomorrow is the online enlistment for my last year in college, and I am flipping in anxiety. As we all know, a schedule practically determines who your classmates will be, which professors you… Continue reading

It’s always a happy day with these people

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So, today I went to school for a section meeting with my Balita family. I haven’t seen them as a whole since our awards night, Gawad Efren Abueg, so I was pretty eager… Continue reading

Protected: Contradicting Myself

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