Almost a month of constantly moving around, three-ish in the morning arrival was out of my realization that it can still be dark on the road and no public transpo yet. I was honestly anticipating there will be delays on my ETAs again. Nevertheless, I knew I needed to brave it once again taking an… Continue reading Exuberantly, Luxembourg.
Macaro(o)ns. Upon seeing these trays, my youngest sister instantly uttered: “Oh Tate, macarons.” To which, I’d fondly bake for them during summer and regular weekends. One of our favorite baked treats that is soft, chewy, chock-full of desiccated coconut cookie, typically combined with eggs and sweetened condensed milk. A recipe I actually owed from our… Continue reading Macaroon memories.
In a moment, memories randomly strike, coalesce together and consciously weave a lineal narrative of my own odyssey on this earth; rambling of who I am and why I am here, with high hopes that I can make sense of my existence…
Nurture a lot of time inside your own head. As you float around cities and countries, your senses also wander — thinking, reflecting, evaluating, observing, and drawing similitudes about whatever happens to be riveting at that moment. It’s not that we don’t spend time thinking when we’re with folks; it’s that our insights are guided… Continue reading Nurture.
On-off social media. 🙋🏻♀️ That’s me. Guilty but I always try to incorporate the feel of balance into my life. It’s my time to be myself, think my thoughts and say enough to move around unusual corners of the world. Whether to over-share or be overfed is an uphill battle. Yet, I can simply just… Continue reading Hibernation 101.1
It’s always my goal to experience a destination as authentically as possible. Sure, I want to see the popular spots, but I also want to discover the local gems that give a place its character and distinction. I am able to interact with some locals and speak with them; from the time I touched down… Continue reading My AirBnB Experience
Having grown up in the third predominant Catholic country in the world and raised in the smallest town of Albay – Bacacay, BUT, is a cradle of priestly vocation in the region with an upsurge of 101 priests and 3 deacons, I profess that I am a Catholic devotee. Religion is embedded deep among each… Continue reading On Religion