Anagon Mail 004

Friday, July 31, 2020

Q: Hello po! Ano pong kinuha nyong course nung college?
A: UST AB Journalism! :) Second choice ko lang to sa UST, first choice ko was adver. Also passed in Ateneo IS & 2nd choice ko sa UP LB Mass Comm. :) 

Q: I love your travels! Have you traveled solo pala?
A: Yes! It's my thing to travel solo at least once a year since hmm 2016!! :) Click here for my thoughts on solo travels.

Q: Why not try vlogging din ate since u like to share a lot of stuff through vids also hehe
A: Gusto ko talaga hahaha but minsan pag consciously ko sya ginawa like tinapat ko na yung camera ng pa horizontal natatameme nako hahaha.. ilang beses ko na ineffortan! Mas comfy ako pag phone lang and naka vertical for 15 seconds IG Story. 😅

Sana magawa ko din sya next time coz enjoy din ako sa vlogs as a viewer! And for now at least nakikita din ninyo na I vlog kahit sa igtv ko lang, to document--first and foremost! 😊 (Note: I meant here is that I still vlog kahit hindi trend or money-driven. But just because I enjoy documenting in different formats)

Q: Naiintindihan nyo na po ang subs sa kdrama dahil sa coursera course u took?
A: Hindi padin! Second basic class ko nato but di ako fast learner talaga by nature hahaha so enjoying lang the process and paulit ulit lang ako til may mag stick sa head ko (learning through repetition).

Masaya nako na kahit onting words naka communicate ako nun last trip ko. Kanwari sinabi ko sa guesthouse owners ko noon "Kabang! Kabang!" nun kukunin nya key ko e yun kabang (bag) ko asa room ko pa hahaha. Or pag may familiar word ako narinig sa Korean show "Uy chemisoyo daw!" (ang saya / having fun) hahaha or nakaka basa ako ng onting labels sa Korean groc. :) 

Q: What made you decide to go for macbook instead of other laptop brand? :)
A: Hello! So ang history ko with my gadget, I started with PC (personal computer) na napanalunan ko sa art contest haha! Joined a Banana Peel design your own flipflops tapos I bought PC from the cash prize! 

Nun nauso laptop, I got an HP hand me down sa cousin ko. Matagal ko din nagamit yun, tipong sira na yun Y (key) and cinocopy paste ko nalang sya hahaha pero sulit na sulit sya (and free!)

First laptop ko talaga from my own money ay Macbook Pro, I guess coz natempt ako sa walang virus feature nya haha. (One less thing to worry about). Also, was using iPhone at that time so parang nag match din with Airdrop and compatible apps and files, etc.

Nasira din first laptop ko in 3 years, and since need ko talaga ng kapalit agad for my work, I just bought yun cheapest Macbook at that time na hindi din naman cheap lol--Macbook Air! Maliit lang memory but at least di ko na need aralin or sanayin yung pag use. Next time try ko uli mag HP siguro pag nag all-out android phone nako. :)  

Q: Any love life advice esp ngayong lockdown? :(
A: Okay pass next question pls! Charot hahaha!

Ano in particular about love life? :)

If LDR (Long Distance Relationship) siguro communication is key. Tiis nalang muna mahirap na since pandemic! Health is wealth!

If looking for love, naku ayos lang yan. :) Hindi gugunaw ang mundo ng wala love life, there is more to life! Nood nalang muna tayo Kdrama o stan ng Kpop boys hahaha!

Q: How many countries have you travelled na ate?
A: Eto yun asa blog ko na labels, wala pa pala yung India and Thailand, but honestly hindi ako mabilang hahaha!

Di ako mashado tanda-in on certain things like price ng nabili or dates.. and siguro isama na natin tong number of countries visited.. Kaya siguro ako nag bblog and document lagi para may mabalikan! 😁 Try ko keep track and update next time!

Q: Dream destination po?
A: Eto naka print out na sya inspired by @realasianbeauty vlog hehe: Paris, Iceland, New Zealand, and Holy Land (last should be with whole fam. :))

Q: Sino pong bias nio sa BTS? :)
A: Si V!!! Hahaha, parang si Liza Soberano sa vlog ng @btsunniesph meron din akong secret stan Twitter acct for V hahaha!

Q: Ana nakapag book ka na ba ng flight during this lockdown? When, where, and why? Hehe
A: Yes! Hahaha umaasa ako na ok na lahat ng next year May. Booked for Incheon with my bessy @artsyava sa isang CebPac sale parang 9k lang ata RT (roundtrip) and kaming dalawa na hehe

PS: Matapang lang ako coz rebookable tickets nila for free up to 2x, and also yun Travel Funds ng Cebpac valid for 2 years na. :) Read more here.

Q: Just curious po. Do you travel with your savings or sponsored po?
A: Mix mix na! :) Most solo Korea trips ko own money ko. Japan din, US, Europe, India.. Pag family trip or barkada trip own ipon ko. Siguro may part sponsorship kanwari yun Internet (pocket wifi) na gamit ko for the longest time TEP Wireless may partnership na kami for my every travel matagal nadin siguro mga 2-3 years na ako with TEP? :)

Minsan may tours na sagot ng Trazy Korea before, or Klook in exchange of a blog post, so in short hindi din sya free pala technically (I still have work to do for them). Or nagka time din I worked for airlines like AirAsia or CebPac in some of their campaigns, so yung "payment" nila for my services are plane tickets. Most of these nagamit ko sa Korea trip ko.

Ay may mga trip din pala na napanalunan ko lang sa contest! Like yung Jeju na nandyan sa pic haha, meron din ako before Bali! IG photo contest ko naman napanalunan.

May press trips din ako na obvious na press trip pag may kasama din akong ibang bloggers. :) Examples are yun Hokkaido trips ko, Fukuoka, yung cruise, ano pa ba.. Meron din ako 2 Malaysia na press junkets. Pag ganun sponsorship sya so no money-out for me unless I shop or something. But in exchange, I have to post din for the airline or tourism board, etc. :)

Get Vaccinated Now: My Experience in Getting Pneumonia Vaccine

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

I had my pneumonia vaccine last Sunday with Affinity Vaccines in Affinity Dental Alabang. 

I arrived around 5 minutes ahead of my schedule, which I think is just in time to do prior protocols to comply with the new normal, including disinfecting and signing of several sheets.

From the door, I went through several mats to disinfect my shoes, and then ended in a self-temperature check and automatic alcohol spray for my hands. 

I sat at their waiting area alone while filling up forms for contact tracing and pre-requisites to get the vaccine including health declaration, etc.

After that, I was accommodated right away. 

Everything was fast and efficient, and I felt safe in the clinic coz I was told they scattered the schedule of their patients for the day. I think we were only 2-3 when I was there. And of course, since it's a dental clinic, everything's clean ever since!

About Affinity Vaccines

Affinity Vaccines has been around since 2005. They are a pioneer in institutional vaccination in the country, catering the biggest companies in the Philippines to help them protect their employees from vaccine preventable diseases.

Affinity Vaccines provide affordable, convenient, and accessible vaccination. They are wholly owned division of Affinity Health and Wellness Corporation, also the mother company of my dentist for around 3 years now (Affinity Dental). 

Lastly, Affinity Vaccines is duly licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the Department of Health (DOH) as a Drugstore and as a Distributor.

Where They Hold Their Vaccination

They are currently vaccinating by schedule in Affinity Dental Clinics located within Metro Manila. With all the equipments and sanitary protocols of the Affinity Dental Clinics, this location is the safest and most accessible place available for individuals and families. Affinity Vaccines currently do not accept home service.

Why Get Flu and Pneumonia Vaccine? 

Signs and symptoms of Flu have similarities to some of signs and symptoms of COVID-19. They can be mistaken for one another, and even trained medical professionals can have a hard time telling them apart without proper testing. 

With a flu shot, you have better chances of fighting the flu virus and avoiding these symptoms, and that's one less thing to worry about especially now that rainy season has arrived. The vaccine causes your body to develop antibodies that help protect your body against infection. 

About Vaccines According to the World Health Organization (WHO)

1) Vaccines are safe and effective. Any licensed vaccine is rigorously tested before it is approved for use, regularly reassessed, constantly monitored for side-effects.

2) Vaccines prevent deadly illnesses. Vaccination protects children from diseases like diptheria, mumps, measles, and pertusis

3) Vaccines provide better immunity than natural infections. The immune response to vaccines is similar to the one produced by natural infection, but less risky!

4) Combined vaccines are safe and beneficial. Giving several vaccines at the same time has no negative effect on the immune system. It reduces discomfort, and saves time and money!

5) If we stop vaccination, diseases will return! Even with better hygiene, sanitation and access to safe water, infection still spread. When people are not vaccinated, infectious diseases that have become uncommon quickly reappear. 

Affinity Vaccines Available Vaccines and Price List
The price covers the cost of vaccines, professional fees, administration and PPE fees

Trivalent Influenza Vaccines: 
1. Influvac (Abbott) - P 800 
- 3 strains against most common flu 
- Annual Vaccination

Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccines: 
1. FluQuadri 2020 (Sanofi) - P 1,600 
- 4 strains against most common flu 
- Annual Vaccination 
- Limited stocks available  

Pneumococcal Vaccines:  
1. Pneumovax 23 (MSD) - P 3,500 
- Pneumococcal Polysaccharide (PPSV23) 
- 23 Strains against most common bacterial pneumonia 
- 5 years interval 
- Limited stocks available 

2. Prevenar 13 (Pfizer) - P 4,200 << This is the one I got coz I already have my Flu shot last May
- Pneumococcal Conjugate (PCV13) 
- 13 Strains against most common bacterial pneumonia 
- Lifetime protection!

Schedule for August

Vaccination will be at Affinity Dental Clinics on the following dates and venues:

Date: Sunday, August 9, 2020 
Address: Affinity Dental Clinics Makati 2F, Plaza One Hundred, 100 V.A. Rufino St., Legaspi Village, Makati City

Date: Sunday, August 9, 2020 
Address: Affinity Dental Clinics BGC 2F, Bonifacio Stopover Building, 32nd Street corner Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, 1634 Taguig

Date: Sunday, August 9, 2020 
Address: Affinity Dental Clinics Alabang Unit 206, 2nd Floor, Westgate Hub Mall, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa City

Contact Information

Schedule your appointment and reserve stocks:

Paula Rosales, Coordinator 
Mobile Number: 0917.565.7028 


Affinity Vaccines accept Cash and Credit Cards.

BDO Credit Card holders may avail of 3 or 6 months installment plan at 0% interest, minimum of P 3,000 transaction.

Final Note

- The do not offer home service.

- Affinity Vaccines do not vaccinate children 3 years old and below, pregnant women, persons who are allergic to chicken or eggs and persons who are immune-compromised.

- Limited stocks remaining. No guarantee of future availability.

- Stocks reserved for no show patients will be released to other patients.

Three days has passed since I had my pneumonia shot. I was warned by my vaccinator Sir Shariff Jumat that I might feel a bit feverish, which I did experienced in the afternoon of my vaccination. It was gone in about 2-3 hours, and nothing bothersome after that. I was still able to work and function for the day. 

I also felt the arm where I got the shot a bit heavy, same experience with flu shot so it's normal. Is it okay to move it around or wash the part where I have the injection? I also asked Sir Jumat if it is okay to workout, and the answer is yes! And it is also okay to take a bath after vaccination. 

If you have other questions, please feel free to contact Affinity Vaccines on the contact info I posted above, or comment below and will try to ask for you!

Protect your self and your family. Get vaccinated by the most experienced and most trusted name in institutional vaccination. Price is also fairly affordable. Thank you Affinity Vaccines for the good service, highly recommended!

Cebu Pacific Travel Fund Extended to two years; rebooking now unlimited

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Cebu Pacific (CEB) has made improvements in its policies which will give passengers even more flexible booking options and peace of mind amidst travel concerns over the near term.

Travel Fund extended to two (2) years

Starting today, the Travel Fund will be valid for two (2) years. This can be used to book flights up to 12 months ahead, for as long as the transaction is made before expiration. Potentially, this means that customers can use their Travel Funds and fly in 2023.

The Travel Fund, or a virtual wallet with CEB equivalent to the full cost of the ticket, is an option that passengers can take if the flight was cancelled or if they wish to forego travel plans. Previously, the Travel Fund was valid for one (1) year, during which time, a passenger must use it to book a flight or pay for ancillary services such as baggage allowance.

For customers with existing Travel Funds, the two-year validity will be applied retroactively, or from the date the fund was created.

Unlimited rebooking of flights

Customers can now avail of unlimited rebooking of their flights, without paying any rebooking or change fees. Those who wish to forego travel plans or book new flights can rebook their flights as many times as possible. This will allow CEB customers to better manage their plans, depending on changes in travel restrictions or frequency of flights. Available for travel until November 30, 2020, a minimal fare difference may apply, depending on the travel date selected.

Options for passengers with cancelled flights

Passengers whose flights have been cancelled will continue to have the following options:  unlimited rebooking of flights within three months from the original travel date, at absolutely no cost to them—fees or fare difference are waived; availing of a full refund; or placing the full cost of the ticket in a Travel Fund, with a two-year validity.

These options are readily available and can be transacted by passengers through the “Manage Booking” portal in the Cebu Pacific website. Simply type-in the Booking Reference to access the booking online and make changes as necessary. Changes in bookings can be done up to two (2) hours before the flight.

Those who booked their CEB flights through travel agencies must transact with their respective agents.    

For more information, visit  

#StayStrongStayBeautiful with Watsons

It's been challenging and sometimes scary but I see it as a wake-up call for us to take better care of ourselves and the planet we live in. We've been taking so many things for granted. We now have what's known as our new normal. I am happy that as we adjust to a new way of life, Watsons is here by our side. Read on for some tips and recommendations on how we can all stay strong, stay beautiful, during these times.

Stay Protected

Wearing a mask outdoors has become the norm. So have washing and disinfecting our hands frequently. These are no longer inconveniences but ways for us to protect ourselves from being sick. To stay healthy, we supplement our diet with vitamins from Enervon, Stresstabs and Watsons Generics. We keep our body clean with products from Safeguard and Dove and take care of our oral health with products from Listerine, Oral-B and Himalaya.

Stay Prepared

We were not prepared for what happened in March. We now know better. Stocking up on important things is not hoarding. For vitamins, for instance, having enough for 30 days is just right. We also need personal care essentials such as tissue, disinfecting alcohol, soap, hand wash and toothpaste. Equally important are over-the-counter medications for the relief of common illnesses like cough, colds and fever. We always have brands like Strepsils, Sinecod Forte, Vicks, Solmux and Biogesic at home. Since physical distance is still very important, we can order these online or call the nearest Watsons branch if we can't go to the store.

Stay Glowing

It's not all cooking, exercising and eating healthy food in our new normal. We've also been taking care of ourselves more. We've actually stuck to a good skincare routine as part of a promise to take care of ourselves more. We're loving products from Belo, Ponds, Celeteque, Neutrogena and Dermaction Plus by Watsons.

Stay Gorgeous

Haircuts and hair color are currently difficult to have, what with continued restrictions and the fact that many salons are still closed. Also, in the spirit of social distancing, we are okay with DIY hair makeovers. Having trimmed ends and retouched roots boosts our confidence. We've been using L’Oreal Excellence, Beautylabo or Naturtint to color our hair and products from Pantene and Naturals by Watsons to care for it.

Stay Dapper

Self-care is for everyone, even men. It's not just women who have skincare routines. Skincare is important because the skin is the largest organ in your body and it's so exposed. Adidas, Old Spice and Gillette are brands that offer products to help with men's skincare and grooming needs.

Watsons is always here to provide us with a wide range of health and beauty products to make us look good and feel great. To provide more value to its Watsons Card and Elite members, Watsons is giving free 100 bonus points for a minimum Php1,000 purchase of participating products on select weekends: July 31 to August 1 and August 14 to 15.

Shop now at any branch near you. Check out this list of 700+ Watsons stores open nationwide: You can also order via Watsons call & pick-up or call & delivery service. Here is the list of Watsons stores and contact numbers to call: You can also shop online at

For more details, follow @watsonsph on Facebook and Instagram.  

10 Health Myths Busted!

Monday, July 27, 2020

Growing up, I've believed in certain things just because adults told us so. Later on in life, I found out that there really are things like sleeping with your hair wet or when certain smell of food can cause allergic reactions are all nothing but myths!

In the latest and last episode of Thoughts and Notions Inc. Medical's very informative weekly webinar Xplain, I learned which of these statements are myths. These all came straight from medical doctors, so I was all ears while watching the show!

Sharing here 10 interesting health myths, but you can learn more by watching this episode. Stay informed and stay healthy!

 MYTH 1: If you swallow your chewing gum it will sit in your stomach for a long time.
Not true. Intestines won't stick together when we swallow chewing gum. Digestible parts of the gum will be broken down by the stomach just like the food we eat.

MYTH 2: We should not eat high fats foods
Not all fats are bad. In fact, eating good fats such as those found in fish and nuts are good for the brain and the heart. Fats are important nutrients, and if you are deficient in these you can experience symptoms like mental fatigue, dry skin, dry hair, and some hormonal problems.

MYTH 3: My sibling or my child got infected by my allergies
Allergies are not contagious. But most likely they got the same symptoms as you for getting exposed to the same irritants. It is not contagious, but can be genetic. 

MYTH 4: Inhaler can cause addiction
Inhalers are not addictive.  Use it if you need it, and then if you still do not experience relief, then maybe it's time to consult your doctor.

MYTH 5: People with asthma should avoid sports and other physical activities
Actually, if your asthma is controlled, regular exercise can even improve your lung function. Fitness can even maximize and strengthen the lungs. More so, we do not gain weight easily.

MYTH 6: Snoring is not a problem, it's just a common thing
A local study has shown that snores are four times more likely to become hypertensive. It can also indicate blockage on your upper airways (obstructive sleep apnea). It can be worsen by sedation. If you're a heavy snorer and hypertensive too, make sure to tell your doctor.

MYTH 7: It's okay to get by with 5 hours of sleep, as long as we wake up refreshed
Sleeping 5 hours or less consistently can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and early mortality. It has health risks like loss of libido and low attention span. Try to obtain regular sleep schedule.

MYTH 8 : The older we get, the less sleep we need
This is not true. Our need for sleep remains constant throughout our adulthood. 

MYTH 9: Is it possible if we just "catch up on sleep"
Sleep earlier during the weekend, NOT sleep in. Try to regularize your sleeping habits, it will take its toll on your health in the long run.

MYTH 10: It is bad to sleep with wet hair
This is not true. The only thing negative about this is you will wake up with wet pillows. 😂

Watch and learn more which statements are actually just myths on this video:

Travel in the time of COVID-19: Flying safely amid the pandemic

Friday, July 24, 2020

Over the past several years, movies about a powerful virus depicted airlines and air travelers as the ideal carriers. Today, as the world grapples with a real-life pandemic, concerns over whether fiction is fact have arisen, which begs the question: is it safe to fly?

Cebu Pacific crew in full PPE

In reality, airlines like Cebu Pacific are part of a much broader aviation industry where there are many other layers of safety in place. Furthermore, the entire aviation industry is not letting their guard down—beefing-up the already stringent safety measures to alleviate concerns of passengers regarding air travel.

HEPA filters keep cabin air fresh and clean

Some people think that the airplane is cabin is just like any other enclosed airconditioned space like a restaurant or office. However, even if passengers are seated next to each other, the chances of transmission of transmission of contaminants like coronavirus from breathing in cabin air is reduced. This is because the air flows or circulates inside the cabin vertically, with “used air” pushed out of the cabin, and fresh air comes in from outside, passing through a filtration process all the time. Cebu Pacific jets are equipped with hospital-grade High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters. These effectively circulate clean air every three (3) minutes, and eliminate microscopic particles such as bacteria, viruses and fungi with 99.99% efficiency.

Aircraft disinfection

Multiple biosafety measures in place 

Cebu Pacific has also adapted a layered approach to biosafety measures to help curb the spread of the virus onboard. From the moment a passenger enters the airport, checks-in, goes to the pre-departure area, and boards the aircraft, the airline constantly reminds its passengers to follow floor markers placed as a guide for them to observe social distancing, while always having their face masks on.   

Unlike any other indoor space or modes of transportation, research conducted by the International Air Transport Association shows that the condition in the air cabin makes transmission of virus difficult, as airflow exchange rates and directions are less conducive to droplet spread. Seat backs also act as a solid barrier that directs the flow of cabin air in one direction, straight to the filters.

Aircraft is cleaned and disinfected extensively

All our aircraft also undergo extensive disinfection, which are performed by Bureau of Quarantine-certified personnel. They use Airbus-approved disinfectant, proven to be effective against viruses, including the coronavirus. Lavatories are also cleaned by the crew members every 30 minutes while in flight.

Keep precautions in mind before traveling

EveryJuan has an active role in protecting themselves and fellow travelers from the virus. Before scheduled flights, passengers must ensure they are well enough to travel. Prepare face masks, and bring an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (100mL maximum) to disinfect hands and belongings anytime. It is imperative that everyone washes their hands properly at all times and avoid touching their mouth, eyes and nose.

Rest assured, Cebu Pacific remains committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of staff and passengers are prioritized. For more information on the airline’s safety procedures and flight updates, visit

Anagon Mail 003

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Added something different for this week's Q&A Mondays. Instead of just answering questions, I also asked my audience How are YOU lately? Didn't expect the answers I'll be getting.

Anagon Asks: How are YOU lately?

A1: Feeling a bit sad and tired. Due to work, tired from duty. I miss my parents so much. 😔
A2: Hindi ko na po alam nararamdaman ko lately. 😔

Anagon Replies: Honestly not my best self din the past days. Self esteem where are you? Haha! Been down and insecure and tired nadin, but trying to fight these by talking to empowering friends & listening to manifestations at night.

Let's look at this new week as a sign that things will be better. :)

Sending positive energy to you girls! ✨

Q: Ate any tips po for students like me para mas maging effective ang learning sa online class? 😄
A: Honestly first time ko ata mag online class, etong coursera Korean course. So I'll base it from this experience! :)

Narealize ko na nawawala focus ko pag naka open lahat ng windows ko for social media hahaha isang notif lang ang dali ipause ni teacher hahaha!

I guess one tip is to HELP YOURSELF FOCUS--dapat ang naka open lang yun window for your studies. If hindi phone ang gamit mo for it, ilayo mo yung phone mo hahahaha :)

Lastly, don't cheat on yourself lalo pag quiz! If hindi mahelp but sumilip sa notebook haha i-take note mo na that's a lesson na kailangan mo dapat balikan and intindihin. :) 

Anagon Asks: How are YOU lately?

A1: Quarantined.
A2: Some days are good some days are not 
A3: But still - God is good, fighting!
A4: Missing our house in Manila. Were held up in Panglao since Mar bec of the lockdown
A5: Missing my younger sister who is a doctor on duty in the covid ward of their hosp. :(
A6: Missing my husband. We spent our 1st wed anniv apart bec of covid. Hes an ofw / IT in the US.
A7: Just realized I've been working for 10yrs but still not confident in my work / career 😩
A8: I honestly don't know anymore. Some days okay-ish, some days are just at an all time low.

Anagon Replies: Medyo nakaka teary eyed reading these, will never know your hardships with just likes and comments on my feed so thank you for sharing! Praying for all 23k of you on my feed every night.

But at the same time, it just proves the oneness of humanity--we all get tired, we are not alone in experiencing these. 

Kapit lang tayo friends! Ravan lang a. ❤

I know hindi lahat dito ARMY but just want to share this song. Whenever you're feeling tired, just enter the Magic Shop and hope you will receive healing. ✨

"On days I hate myself, days I want to disappear forever... let's make a door in your heart. Open the door and this place will await. It's ok to believe, the Magic Shop will comfort you."

Q: How have you been surviving quarantine season? 😊
1) Just taking things day-by-day, one step at a time
2) Talking to friends who genuinely care for me
3) Giving myself a few hrs in a day to enjoy things that make me happy (self care)

May time din I lowered my standards on what makes a day "productive". It helped me be a little less hard on myself, and medyo loosen up a bit lang. :)

Anagon Asks: How are YOU lately?

A1: Going home from work unnie 😘 cant wait to see my Army room 💜💜 borahae 💜

Anagon Replies: Ang cute ng ARMY room! Might as well call my crafts table my "Magic Shop"! Hehehe 💜😌✨

Anagon Asks: How are YOU lately?

A1: WFH burnout seems so real 😢 I want to do something else but I don't know where to start

Anagon Replies: Can't say much about looking for diff career path now, but if "something else" means new hobbies or activities.. I encourage this!!! Me time is also "real" haha ❤

1) Try listening to new artists / music

2) Create nightly or weekend activities that you can add to your existing work sched... like crafting every Saturdays or nightly Kdramas etc :) Dati my Ate call herself "The Midnight Baker" hehehe she works 9-5 Mon to Fri but she makes time for her baker side even if this means doing it at 12mn :)

3) Analogue Project - Do something outside technology. Esp since you are always in front of your computer minsan di na relaxing activity. Ideas: Learn how to play instrument like Kalimba, workout / walking (photowalk with film cam?), crafting or journaling

Good luck, rooting for you!!!

Q: How are you unnie? Happy ur doing collabs again. U posted video with moving lyrics, how 😅
A: Bago ko lang nadiscover na Spotify pala may lyrics na (?!) just SWIPE UP screen sa whatever yung pinplay mo na song :)

Tapos screen record ko lang sha.. and nilapat ko sha with my other video sa UNFOLD app - pwede mag video collage! :)

Q: Your quarantine routine po? hehe
A: I usually wake up mga 7 or 9 am depends sa tulog ko, diretso breakfast with coffee

10am: Coursera Korean Language Class time! This will take 30 mins lang unless distracted ako, 1 hr

If may time pa before lunch, I do other simple things pwedeng onti work like answer emails, list to do, etc. date I also pack mga for shipping before lunch coz dating ni kuya courier mga 2-3pm

After lunch ang work mode on na, work meaning either take photos for brand collabs, write blog, video, etc.

4-5pm merienda time! :) dapat done nako by this time sa work or hindi ako makaka workout

6pm - simple workout in my room. Pag weekend, walking around neighborhood

7ish - diretso dinner

Before by 9pm nag rorosary family everyday! Lately nabubusy na din individually so every chance nalang na pwede

10:30 pag everything's settled na like na hugasan ko na pinggan and other chores lol, ready for bed na and RUN BTS time! Or kdrama!

Usually Wed or Sat grocery day ko so di ako masyado nakaka work sa hapon. Then Sunday naman replace Korean class with online mass :) 

Q: Can you recommend top 10 songs from BTS. New army here hahaha #NamJoonBaby
A: Pls click here for my favorites / on loop! :)