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Arranged my books (well, just few of them) by their color and I guess it looked nice somehow. I really missed my room.

artistic-dreams:

Hello, UP Diliman students! :)
I’ll be teaching hand lettering (with a bit of watercolor painting) this coming October 23 for one of the ACLE classes. This is from the UP Design Core and i am super duper excited to share my knowledge and experience with you guys! It’s going to be my first time to teach / give a talk at UP (finally completing my top 4 universities bucket list!) so I’m very much looking forward to this class.
Hope you guys enroll and see you next week! 

artistic-dreams:

Hello, UP Diliman students! :)

I’ll be teaching hand lettering (with a bit of watercolor painting) this coming October 23 for one of the ACLE classes. This is from the UP Design Core and i am super duper excited to share my knowledge and experience with you guys! It’s going to be my first time to teach / give a talk at UP (finally completing my top 4 universities bucket list!) so I’m very much looking forward to this class.

Hope you guys enroll and see you next week! 

October 17, 2014//45 notes
artistic-dreams
It’s happening.
Tickets went on sale last October 9th and was also sold out at the same day. I waited for almost two hours until I was able to buy mine and my friend’s ticket but of course it was worth the wait (and the sacrifice since I was absent in my other Math subject). We still have to wait for almost six months but it’s alriiight.
Happy. Very very happy.

It’s happening.

Tickets went on sale last October 9th and was also sold out at the same day. I waited for almost two hours until I was able to buy mine and my friend’s ticket but of course it was worth the wait (and the sacrifice since I was absent in my other Math subject). We still have to wait for almost six months but it’s alriiight.

Happy. Very very happy.

October 12, 2014//7 notes
  • Percy Jackson: I'm going to kill her.
  • Grover Underwood: It's okay. I like peanut butter!
  • Sally Jackson: Percy?
  • Chiron: Mr. Jackson. Did you have a comment?
  • Annabeth Chase: He's the one. He must be.
  • Clarisse La Rue: Well! A newbie!
  • Tyson: I...I am a freak?
  • Thalia Grace: I am Thalia. Daughter of Zeus.
  • Rachel Elizabeth Dare: Oh my god! Do you always kill people when they blow their noses?
  • Nico di Angelo: Don't talk to my sister that way!
  • Piper McLean: Jason, you okay?
  • Jason Grace: Um, I don't-
  • Coach Hedge: All right cupcakes, listen up!
  • Leo Valdez: Yeah right, Jason. We've all been framed! I didn't run away six times, Piper didn't steal a BMW.
  • Frank Zhang: That should've killed her!
  • Hazel Levesque: Frank, get them inside, quick!
  • Reyna: Percy...Jackson?
  • Octavian: The graecus! How interesting.
October 12, 2014//11,692 notes
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Today, October 7th 2014, the last book in The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan is released. This marks the end of 10 books about Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Grover Underwood, Nico DiAngelo, Jason Grace, Piper McLean, Leo Valdez, Hazel Leveque, Frank Zhang, Reyna Avila Ramirez-Arellano and countless others. Thank you PJO and HOO fandom; it’s been good days, awesome days and there has been some bad ones too. But most of all, thank you Rick Riordan, for creating this amazing universe for us all. It truly changed my life.

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We’ll have our first exam in Math 109 tomorrow and I think it’s more stressful than my last week’s schedule (I have exam every bloody day). The subject’s quite hard, and I can’t afford to fail this. It’s a prerequisite of two major subjects. But I’m really distracted since the start of the weekend so I haven’t had a decent review up to now and it’s really stressful just thinking about it. I tried to do some exercises last night but I know it’s not enough.

Right now I’m just reading blogs about journals and notebooks to clear my mind. It’s helpful, somehow. I really miss writing here and literally writing on my journal. I’ve been preoccupied by my acad life and my small business but yep. Still sane here.

I’ll be going back to our dormitory today and I swear to the River Styx I’ll start studying.

PS. I already finished reading Looking for Alaska and I’m not okay because I really like Alaska. My mind went blank for about two days and I’m still recovering.

Sometimes I just feel like giving up but then I remember there’s still lots of places to go, people to meet, stories to share, sunsets to see, books to read, concerts to go to and moments to capture. Yeah. It’s a wonderful life. (at National Science Complex Amphitheater, UP Diliman)

Sometimes I just feel like giving up but then I remember there’s still lots of places to go, people to meet, stories to share, sunsets to see, books to read, concerts to go to and moments to capture. Yeah. It’s a wonderful life. (at National Science Complex Amphitheater, UP Diliman)

September 28, 2014//3 notes
My roommates and I went to Manila International Book Fair today. We went to The Feast mass first (and it was sooo awesome) so we arrived at SMX Convention around 2 PM.
I was certain that I’ll buy The Battle of the Labyrinth to complete my Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children sequel, Hollow City, but then I saw a lot of copy of John Green’s books so I had some second thoughts. I really want to read Looking for Alaska but NBS don’t have any copy of it except for the boxed set. I think I picked up around 10 books but decided to buy the two Rick Riordan books. I went to Fully Booked’s booth to try my luck, and voila! I found a copy of Looking for Alaska.
I’m about to go outside when I saw a paperback copy of House of Hades. But the line to the cashier’s really long and I think my money wasn’t enough so I decided to just buy it next time. Besides, I have read it already.
My first MIBF experience was hella tiring but fun as well. I’m planning to come back next year and hopefully I could buy every book I’ve been aching to read ever since.

My roommates and I went to Manila International Book Fair today. We went to The Feast mass first (and it was sooo awesome) so we arrived at SMX Convention around 2 PM.

I was certain that I’ll buy The Battle of the Labyrinth to complete my Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children sequel, Hollow City, but then I saw a lot of copy of John Green’s books so I had some second thoughts. I really want to read Looking for Alaska but NBS don’t have any copy of it except for the boxed set. I think I picked up around 10 books but decided to buy the two Rick Riordan books. I went to Fully Booked’s booth to try my luck, and voila! I found a copy of Looking for Alaska.

I’m about to go outside when I saw a paperback copy of House of Hades. But the line to the cashier’s really long and I think my money wasn’t enough so I decided to just buy it next time. Besides, I have read it already.

My first MIBF experience was hella tiring but fun as well. I’m planning to come back next year and hopefully I could buy every book I’ve been aching to read ever since.

September 21, 2014//4 notes

akosieica:

“There are two types of waiting. There’s the waiting you do for something you know is coming, sooner or later—like waiting for the 6:28 train, or the school bus, or a party where a certain handsome boy might be. And then there’s the waiting for something you don’t know is coming. You don’t even know what it is exactly, but you’re hoping for it. You’re imagining it and living your life for it. That’s the kind of waiting that makes a fist in your heart.”

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Waking up early to start a productive day.
Having a complete 8-hr sleep after a stressful week.
Listening to the tracks of my childhood in a rainy night.
Finishing the things I have to do on time.
Satisfying my cravings as a reward after exams.
Bonding with my closest friend/s.
Finishing a sketch or a doodle.
Learning new potential hobbies.
Reading articles about the things I’m into.
Convincing myself that anything is possible.
  1. Waking up early to start a productive day.
  2. Having a complete 8-hr sleep after a stressful week.
  3. Listening to the tracks of my childhood in a rainy night.
  4. Finishing the things I have to do on time.
  5. Satisfying my cravings as a reward after exams.
  6. Bonding with my closest friend/s.
  7. Finishing a sketch or a doodle.
  8. Learning new potential hobbies.
  9. Reading articles about the things I’m into.
  10. Convincing myself that anything is possible.
September 20, 2014//7 notes
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