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One Saturday afternoon, my cousin and I discovered this cozy bistro. We had an awesome time and of course we had a mini funshoot. I promise to blog about it soon! Inshaallah. But for now here’s what I wore:

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It’s obvious that I look out of place! Haha. I look fierce and my aura is strong because of my tiger-ish hijab and cardigan. But whatever, i’m loving my outfit!

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Posted: October 19, 2014
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Last October 11, 2014, I was invited to the official launching in GenSan of the DOON PO SA AMIN VIDEO COMPETITON together with SMART and GenSan Tourism at  Greenleaf Hotel.

There are representatives from GenSan Tourism and Sarangani Province Tourism to talk about places to go here in the region and of course the cultural heritage, also some programs and activities that they are doing. I’m just honored to be invited for I’ve learned a lot and met awesome people! Plus the food is superb!

So let’s get to the point, what is this DOON PO SA AMIN VIDEO COMPETITON?

Doon Po Sa Amin is the biggest online mapping activity in the country, designed to uncover the best and most unique stories about the Philippine culture and heritage. This is Open to all HS and college students, young professionals and film-making enthusiasts. 

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There are just three easy breezy steps that you must remember: COLLABORATE, CREATE, SHOOT.

COLLABORATE! Form a team which consists of 8-10 members. There is the student division (the HS and college students) and the open division (Independent filmmaking enthusiasts). 

CREATE! Pick a category from the following: activities to enjoy, food, history to uncover, people to meet, places to go, plants and animals, community products to support.

SHOOT! Make a video with the following format or combine it all together: animation, documentary, music video, and short film.

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Posted: October 17, 2014
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How are you going to live it up this 2015? Start living it up by going to the 6th BDJ Fair on October 19 at SM Mall of Asia, Music Hall!

Live it up and dance your way through life by making new goals, planning ahead and supporting a new advocacy!

Head to the BDJ Fair 2014 at the SM Mall of Asia, Music Hall on Sunday, October 19, from 10AM-10PM and dance to the beat of your dreams by attending inspiring talks, trying out different booths, activities and workshops from the BDJ Team. 

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Posted: October 13, 2014
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Have you ever read a book and say “hey the story is so familiar, I think there’s a movie similar to this book”? That happened when I read Meg Cabot’s Jinx which I realised have that huge resemblance with the movie The Craft.

Jinx is all about a girl named Jean (aka Jinx). A girl who moved from a small town to a big city to forget her past and start a fresh new life. She lives with her cousin Tory who practices witch craft and believed she’s the witch in the family. When Tory realised that Jean could be the witch in the family, she decides to eliminate her with the help of her friends so she can be the witch and can have Zach which is Jean’s crush .

Just like the Jinx, The Craft is centered to a girl named Sarah, a new girl in the city. Sarah wants to be the “it girl” and wants the guy she likes to be hers. She made friends with 3 girls which practices witch crafts and helped her aspirations to be reality. When she realised that what she have done is all wrong and decided to leave the coven, her friends also decided to eliminate her.

When you read the book and watch the movie, you can see all the similarities such as:

  1. Both new girls transferred to the big city to escaped from their past.
  2. The same reason why both girls escaped from their past. 
  3. Witchcraft
  4. Both girls are drawn into the coven.
  5. And etc…

Alas, the book Jinx is more wholesome and light while the movie The Craft is more intense and dark. We don’t know whether Meg Cabot based the book from The Craft movie or the movie was inspired by the book Jinx, either way both are fun to watch! Cos you know: magic, spells, witches! Who wouldn’t miss that? :) 

Posted: October 10, 2014
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You have this one life. How do you wanna spend it? Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Dieting? Running after people who don’t see you? Be brave. Believe in yourself. Do what feels good. Take risks. You have this one life. Make yourself proud.
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Posted: October 10, 2014
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Something amazing happened! I am now officially a member of SOX Bloggers! An official bloggers group in SoCSKSarGen area. Many thanks to the lovely Kyrie and Sir Avel. I was really psyched to attend my first ever SOX Blogger event: A visit to Celine’s Salon here in GenSan.

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Celine’s Salon is the newest chic salon here in General Santos City located at Sun City Suites complex. It’s all about the ultimate pampering experience you can have! 

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When I entered, aside from Sir Avel, I was greeted by the smile of the employees, also Ms. Kate and the owner Ms. Mitchy. I was really shy for the reason that it’s my first time to attend such event but I immediately felt the VIP treatment. Yes! Their mission is to provide a one-of-a-kind pampering experience and guarantee you with quality services and VIP treatment fit for king and queen.

Celine’s Salon offer a wide range of hair, nails, make-up and waxing services. When I say quality, it really is quality for they use imported and branded products such as L’oreal, Davines and Schwarkof, Zoya, Essie and Orly.

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Posted: October 05, 2014
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Roses. My life has become like roses, beautiful as it may seem but its thorns bleed me like shock waves. And wilting as time pass by.

Random thoughts and feelings from daily experiences has accumulated me these past few weeks like monsters waiting for that perfect time to go out from the dark:

  • It’s currently 4am while i’m writing typing this all down. Just so you know.
  • Routines. When everyday seems to be in routines, your life definitely sucks.
  • Bizarre thoughts and feelings screaming when midnight strikes.
  • Friends. Sisters. They come and go. Until now, i’m wondering what went wrong. Leaving without goodbye is more painful. Closure is what i’m longing for.
  • My mind is as fickle as the weather decides to shift from rainy to sunny.
  • I’m becoming a lazy ass, and it’s sad.
  • I love what I do, I really do. But sometimes when I have those days where i’m having a hard time getting up from bed, I wish I have someone to remind me why I’m here and why I am doing this.
  • To the girl over the internet, I don’t know why you have to make a big deal out of my curiosity and opinion.
  • "Becoming friends with people who aren’t your age. Hang out with people whose first language isn’t same as yours. Get to know someone who doesn’t come from your social class. This is how you see the world. This is how you grow."

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Posted: September 30, 2014
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You can tell so much about a person by the way they leave you.
- Redvers Bailey 
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Posted: September 29, 2014
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