February 2021 Articles

I’m thinking of changing my monthly archive title to What I Read in *insert Month* but before such change can happen, I must focus on writing more consistently. No use in having a title without a post, right? If you haven’t, do check out my review on Flynn Meaney’s Bad Habits. It’s my first time…

January 2021 Articles

By now, you’ve read a number of articles about how terrible twenty-twenty was so I won’t go into details how it went for me. Suffice it to say, I managed to survive and am currently enjoying the benefits of telecommuting. I finished reading Harry Potter books #3 and #4 this month and currently reading The…

November – December 2020 Articles

Happy 2021! In November 2020, WordPress sent me a badge for being with them for seven years. Look at that! Seven years of toil and inconsistent posting and I earned a badge! It was ironic that I wasn’t able to post a monthly archive of articles in November. The laziness went on until the beginning…

Thoughts: Deciding on my 2021 Journal

Having an open communication with yourself will give you fruitful rewards so I highly recommend it. A wandering thought suddenly crossed my mind as I was preparing myself for work: should I start searching for a 2021 Journal? Normally, in the beginning of November, I’d start collecting Starbucks stickers for their annual journal, if the…

6 Perks of Working for a Publishing House

NOTE: After several revisions, checking what to write and what NOT to write, here I am, publishing this post quite late. I used to work for one of the biggest publishing houses in the country. Now that I am embarking on a new journey and starting afresh, let me enumerate what I considered as perks…

Happy World Teachers’ Day

Acknowledging the effort of teachers around the world, be they classroom teachers who are currently transitioning to digital platforms, online teachers who are considered veterans and are expected to be well-armed in using learning management systems, thank you for your dedication to uplift literacy. As educators, learning is our advocacy.

September 2020 Articles

How many times have I said “time flies so fast”? September went by in a blur. I started a hydroponics project and as of this moment, I cannot see any result yet. I also received an ARC from a literary agent and hopefully I can get around to reading it. What else is new? I’ve…

Never Have I Ever, Writer Edition

While checking out some articles to include in this month’s collection, I saw an interesting post from Kat Impossible of Life and Other Disasters where she shared her preference for tea, love of writing at wee hours of the morning, and her map for a contemporary novel. As in any tags about books or writing…

JULY 2020 Articles

So how was July? I wanted to say productive, really, since I was able to write a number of articles, mostly my reviews on the first season of RuPaul’s Drag Race: I also started taking a number of classes in Coursera (Astronomy, Code Yourself! An Introduction to Programming, Introduction to Philosophy) because… why not? The…