Fitness, Miscellaneous

Baliktanaw: Thank you 2017!

2017 was fast. The pages of my planner filled up quickly but I guess that’s what happens when you count the year with weekends. Looking back always makes the year seem so short. But living the days, that’s the hard part. Yet that’s also where our growth happens. Here’s a quick post about my year.

Continue reading “Baliktanaw: Thank you 2017!”

Hike, Travel

Akyat: Mt. Napulauan

Saturday to Sunday
May 20-21, 2017

Mt. Napulauan is a familiar mountain because my friends have hiked it before. Aside from that and it being very far from Manila, I didn’t know much about it. So when Khat told me that we’ll be hiking it, I had no idea what was in store. Continue reading “Akyat: Mt. Napulauan”

Fitness, Miscellaneous

Galaw: Motivational Posters work, right?

During my free time, I’m constantly scouring the internet for motivational quotes. I’ve already said before that motivation is secondary to discipline when it comes to maintaining a lifestyle, but motivation, when used properly, can be a good kickstart to get people moving.

Continue reading “Galaw: Motivational Posters work, right?”


Baliktanaw: Le Graphique Manille 2016

Saturday – Sunday
January 30-31, 2016

I think my most valuable learning from the event was that a lot of creatives like to color their hair (mostly blonde and blue). But I got other insights and lessons as well. Read on!

Continue reading “Baliktanaw: Le Graphique Manille 2016”


Isip: The Things Worth Living For

[Disclaimer: Sorry in advance for my unorganized thoughts. I’ll do my best to format them in the most cohesive way, but please try to keep up as they can be all over the place.]

Imagine being asked the question, “What are you willing to die for?”

Continue reading “Isip: The Things Worth Living For”


Isip: Borrowed Tools

This was a brief (hehe) brain fart (hehe) that I had while in the backseat of our car as my family went out for dinner. I was pondering on the mysteries of life and what motivates us to do the things we do, when this came to mind. It’s a thought that roots from my Christian upbringing and links to my fitness endeavors.

Continue reading “Isip: Borrowed Tools”


Isip: A letter to the past

I have always tried to live my life with no regrets; and up to this point, I’ve never had regrets that keep me up all night or haunt me in my nightmares and daydreams. However, there are some things that I would have done differently, given the chance. Nothing completely life-changing, but maybe just enough to set me on the right path earlier. So here goes a letter to Past-Me, after all Present-Me has experienced until today.

Continue reading “Isip: A letter to the past”