What I read in July 2021

This is another “time flies so fast” moment for me. I have planned a number of content to be posted in the succeeding days- if you can only see my drafts lol. I also have three book reviews scheduled in August so that’s always something to look forward to. But before I give them to…

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…

October 2020 Articles

DISCLAIMER: YOU’RE NOT HALLUCINATING. I’M POSTING THIS LATE. LOL October wasn’t as busy as I thought it would be. Perhaps, I was used to being so busy that having sufficient downtime felt a bit alien to me. It didn’t excuse me from not learning anything new, however. I attended Forefront: The 2020 National Conference on…

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…

August 2020 Articles

NOTE: I was sick for a couple of days and couldn’t finish this post ergo I’m publishing it in the first Saturday of September. This doesn’t mean the September articles will be pushed to October. Or it might just mean that. I commend myself for successfully hitting the following goals for August: Finish All the…

October 2019 Articles

I thought September was busy. I was wrong. October brought a different perspective to how busy a month could go. But you’re not here to read the old complaints about work so here I dish a number of eye-opening articles I read this month. What Depression is Really Like (Brainpickings) I am neither articulate nor…

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…

May 2019 Articles

Amassing a number of adjectives synonymous to tiring would be an exaggeration for what this month was for me but it truly was exhausting. Two big reasons: Avengers, The Big Bang Theory, and Game of Thrones have just ended and I suffered from a long and literally draining diarrhea. The 1968 Sci-Fi that Spookily Predicted…

April 2019 Articles

I tried catching up on my reading and writing this month– my smartphone games were getting in the way, not to mention an old flame in the form of a Korean TV series. I seem to be fixated on a number of things lately, I wonder if it’s my age. What Happens inside a Black…

January 2019 Articles

Thirty days ago, we were just celebrating New Year and now it’s not even new anymore, unless you’re like me who thinks that tomorrow is another year, full cycle and celebrates it nonetheless, minus the extravagant dinner and fireworks. What it’s like to live in a well-governed country (BBC) There are some policies I don’t…