My Career’s Queer and Myself’s Revere

I'll welcome myself back. Welcome back to the blogosphere Anje! Hahaha! Last time I blogged, I was so ecstatic because I got accepted in my dream job. Apparently, it went to the other direction. I declined the offer - perhaps, I didn't push thru training. And then suddenly, my world went upside down. Why? Here … Continue reading My Career’s Queer and Myself’s Revere

The Puntold Story: Show Biz

I can say I was my mom's hope. Being the youngest daughter it was quite a pressure. Being born in 1990 after my 80s born siblings was really a challenge. But really, I did not mind. I knew I was capable. I started dancing when I was 3, started singing when I was 5 then … Continue reading The Puntold Story: Show Biz

Sweetie’s Bridal (Half Wild) Shower

Oh, good Lord. This was my first ever bridal shower experience. From films and stories of other human beings, I know what are the possible things that happen in the shower and I was really not expecting I would experience such with my college friends. Time flies so fast. Last thing I knew, we were … Continue reading Sweetie’s Bridal (Half Wild) Shower

What’s In My Bag (Which Are Not Ice Bags nor Eye Bags)

I know a lot of bloggers are doing this but mind you, this started way back when I was a teen and when my older sisters were teens who are in their 30s now so that still makes me not that old reading CandyMag, etc. So I wanted to do something feminine for my blog post ewwww … Continue reading What’s In My Bag (Which Are Not Ice Bags nor Eye Bags)

My First Legit Valentine’s ❤

When I had a boyfriend back in 2005, the only sign I ever asked was, "If a guy gives me a bouquet of flowers whicever occassion, he's going to be the guy I'm going to marry and he is the one." Because no one ever did. Even during Valentine's. Even during birthdays, holidays, etc. Nganga. I had … Continue reading My First Legit Valentine’s ❤

Pampasinan: A Wake Up Call

Sunday night, my Ninong abruptly asked us if we're all G to go to Manaoag. Not really because he just wanted to but he also needed to since he was seeking for guidance for his future political missions. I took the opportunity to go with them and I don't believe it was a coincidence. With … Continue reading Pampasinan: A Wake Up Call