Starting with Succulents

There are a number of articles from my old personal blog that I want to salvage and one of them is a write up on my first cacti, Fuji and Eiji. I was immensely proud of and cared so much for them–probably a little too much. Eiji didn’t survive rotting roots and Fuji…well, it got…

Teacher of the Week: Artsyfancy’s Tina

Educators around the world celebrated #InternationalTeachersDay so I decided to honor another teacher this week. That sounded awfully nice of me, therefore untruthful. Tina submitted her responses to the questions when I was about to think she wasn’t interested at all, just in time for the Teachers’ Day celebration. Was that entirely honest? Yes. Was…

September 2019 Articles

Let’s admit it. There are those months you think you’ll be busy only to find out that it can get busier. That’s not comforting for fresh graduates who are looking for jobs out there, I know. Eventually, they’ll face the harsh reality that ideal workplaces will remain a figment of their imagination–unless they do something…

Teacher of the Week: Syme, The Infinite

In continuation of our Teachers’ Month celebration, I have yet another willing victim. This week’s awesome teacher is Syme from The Average Gay Guy. If his name sounds familiar, that’s because he is quite popular, not only in this virtual domain but also, in real life. How he charms people is his ultimate secret. Ask…

MIBF 2019: Experience Learning with Vibal Group

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to grab quality VIBAL books in this year’s Manila International Book Fair. Since, this is the event’s 40th year, you can expect great deals and awesome activities we have in store. We are also launching great Chikiting books so yay for our young readers. Visit Vibal Group’s booth at…

August 2019 Articles

Binge-watching The Big Bang Theory on Netflix again made my long-weekends fun-filled. It also reminded me that Sheldon’s remarks, although hilarious in the sitcom, don’t sit well with other people. Then again, he’s credible enough to say this: What songs make you work out harder? I normally just listen to ONE OK ROCK’s songs or…

Student of the Week: Alyssa

Thank you, Alys from AlysinBookland for letting me share this tweet. And by the way, although she was a former ‘huntress,’ no rabbit was harmed in the remake of her blog. If you are in the search for prolific book reviewers or simply looking for an example on how to live a double life being…

The ULTIMATE Book Tag, 2019

Suffice it to say I found another book tag–blame all the holidays in August for my sudden prolificness. I got this one from Bookworms Anonymous – for the sake of anonymity, I did not include his or her name. That was a bad joke. Hi, Chiara! I added 2019 to the title with the assumption…

20 Questions Book Tag

I tagged myself to ABookNation‘s post with the same title so you better check it out as well. #1: How many books are too many in a series? After reading Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, I have started thinking that thirteen would only be acceptable if the author was Snicket, or if the…