Being a blogger has been one of my dreams since I first started reading famous fashion/travel blogs. Eversince, I always wanted to put up my own but scared to do so, maybe because I was shy and felt like I am not capable to do good. But now that I finally got the chance to start this blog, I am overwhelmed by the whole experience. I know I don’t post as much as I should, mainly because of schoolworks and university application forms that I am thinking about since I am graduating , and I am guilty about that. But I promise to exert more effort in creating and writing blog posts that just not show my daily escapades but would cater the likings of those who read my blog.

So to get more updated and notified whether I got a new post up, go follow me on Bloglovin. It is an application that let’s you follow blogs and let’s read their blog posts. An application that gives you the convenience of reading new posts all in one place. 

C’mon, let’s read and support more blogs! 


NSTW 2017

Believe it or not, I went to NSTW! 

This year’s National Science and Technology Week is held in World Trade Center, Pasay. As grade 12 students in Las Piñas Science Highschool, we were all required to visit and take a photo on some of the booths/inventions that we like, also we were to create an essay explaining our experience and why and how this certain research caught our attention. 

So, my friends and I went there last July 14 (Friday) and 15, 2017 (Saturday) because one day isn’t enough to check every booth and discover what inventions and studies they got. Honestly, it was quite a challenge for me to keep my interest, throughout the day or afternoon, in some science stuff since I am not that kind of person who get excited over chemistry or biology. Yes, so not like a science highschool student, I know haha! Not sure if I really belong there as well, kidding HAHA 

But as we enter and go over the booths, I suddenly got interested in some relating to architecture, biology, etc, and that I am surprised of. It is so not me but it kind of made me feel happy, becuase I got to discover a side of me that I am not aware of. 

So the research or booth that caught my attention the most except from the lab to fab booth (fashion booth) is this, the Fablab, college of fine arts in UP. 

They created a Flatpack table and chairs that does not use any screws or nails in bulding it, it just have a lock on each part that could keep it sturdy and safe to use. It is cool plus the 3D printer they had in their booth. 

These are the bunch of people who made it fun and interesting! 

So we met this cute little bud. 

Besides having a chance to take a photo in the UPD booth, I got the last stock of their free bag! Yay for freebies HAHA

Also, we got some secrets to tell. ‘Cause we’re… Shh. 

But, kidding aside, NSTW changed my perspective when in comes to science. It made me realize how fun science is if we just try to understand it a bit better. 

If yoy ask me to come back, I definitely would love to, next year! 

All the Bright Places


“You are all the colors in one, at full brightness.”
“We do not remember days, we remember moments.”
“You saved my life, why couldn’t I save yours?”

After reading How to Love by Katie Cotugno, which I haven’t created a review yet oops haha, I was scrolling on my ebook library and I was trying my best to find a new read that would spark my interest as I stumble upon All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. Continue reading “All the Bright Places”

Style Peg: Kryz Uy


Lately, I spent most of my time scrolling and reading posts from one blog to another, yes, almost the whole summer break. And I am clearly obsessed with blogs, especially those who are about fashion, lifestyle and of course travel. In fact, it was one of the reasons why I wanted to start a blog, I was inspired by most Filipino bloggers like the blogger besties, ViVid, etcetera. Of course, I have my favorites but one of the first blogs I followed was the Thirstythought by Kryz Uy.  Continue reading “Style Peg: Kryz Uy”