The only sustaining thought that has helped me through the hell-like six-month review was my life after the so-called board exam. And I'm living in it right here. Right now.
Sipping my free iced tea.
Chatting with friends online.
A cozy seat here in Global Pinoy.
A nice trip to their bathroom, containing spicy pink liquid handwash, body moisturizer, and hand sanitizer. And the room lit by the dramatic cylinder light.
Am I really a professional now??
I tried to look the part by wearing the white blouse I wore during the second day of our board examination, black skinny jeans and my chunky pink-and-gold sandals. Lolz. The only thing that I did was have my picture taken here in Digiprint. By the way, I think the quality of their pictures has degraded. The color is kinda dull, and my head looked big. He took my picture a little too close.
Going to PRC is supposedly my next agenda, but I think I'm going to blow it off. Slack a little.…
It's just May, but I have already crossed out almost 3 things from My Life List. I had my hair colored and digi permed last Friday in Tony and Jackey. As usual. I had my hair permed for the first time there almost two years ago! That was the second to the last time that I went to the parlor before going back again. Yes, I do not take care of my hair and -- err, hair, I am terribly sorry for allowing split ends to prosper and for the curls to turn back straight.
I have wanted to fix my hair for the longest time and to end my whining about that, I sucked it all in and breathe it all out. I was planning to have my hair rebonded, but I was always hesitant because my hair is soo thin. Super thin. But when I asked the Pinay assistants over there, they said that my hair would survive the treatment. Then, one Ate suggested that I do a another type of ironing the hair -- to use circular, fat irons instead of the flat one so that my hair will appear bouncy rather than limp. Oh, joy. My hea…
Valentines this year will fall on a Friday and will likely be a payday
for a lot of people but that doesn’t mean that you can splurge for your
Valentines date. There’s still 364 days of the year to express your love to
that special someone, so going for more affordable options will let you stretch your money for the rest of the year. Restaurants in Manila are known to jack up
prices during Valentines so it just becomes much more expensive for couples to
celebrate this special day. The same is true for flowers and prices for flowers
in Dangwa start climbing a few days before Valentines. Read on for five
suggestions on places around Metro Manila where you can go on a date for
Valentines that will not break the bank yet still provide you and your date a
memorable experience. UP Fair
Want to go for some music and food for Valentines? Then the UP Fair is
one of the events you can go to for hearts day. Held annually at the Sunken
Garden, UP Diliman in Quezon City, this year’s UP Fair will r…