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They are the parents we were wishing for

Photo by Joshua Hoehne on Unsplash In this article, I would like to give the spotlight to Mr. & Mrs. March. I believe they played an important role to the success of the Little Women in the story. In taking a closer look at the reasons why we love the sisters so much, let’s give the torch back … Continue reading They are the parents we were wishing for

Secret Quarantine Files

Photo by Josh Hild on Unsplash This is a mini write-up showcasing another day in quarantine of a less fortunate individual. I decided to personally translate the message into three languages. I have one gentle reminder though before we start reading: It doesn’t hurt to check our privilege. I believe that we need empathy more than anything during these … Continue reading Secret Quarantine Files

Ignoring someone (who used to be special)

Photo by Rhendi Rukmana on Unsplash Last year, I totally cut all forms of communication with my ex. After so many years, I found the courage to leave. Finally, I chose what’s best for me. And that is to run away. Maybe not as fast, but as far as I can. I vividly remember that day. After five … Continue reading Ignoring someone (who used to be special)

Deux : le confinement pour les étudiants aux Philippines

Les rues de notre village pendant le confinement (tous les deux ont été prises le 13 avril) Tout le monde a été confiné à cause du COVID-19. Évidemment, les classes ont prises une pause. Dans le pays, les écoles et les universités ont la liberté de choisir s’ils vont continuer les cours en ligne ou … Continue reading Deux : le confinement pour les étudiants aux Philippines

A closer look on ourselves (peeking through Paulo Coelho’s The Winner Stands Alone)

My copy of the book 🖤 Paulo Coelho nailed it: The Winner Stands Alone is indeed “a crude portrait of where we are now”. It’s been a long time since I took a break from reading genres like this but my return is definitely worth it.  So, what made me pick this book among the … Continue reading A closer look on ourselves (peeking through Paulo Coelho’s The Winner Stands Alone)

Fruits Basket (Season 1): a binge-worthy shoujo!

The other day, I was browsing for a light watch on Netflix. Specifically, I thought that a light anime would be perfect to ease the anxiousness due to this pandemic.  I had my eyes on Fruits Basket for a long time. After watching the first episode, I immediately told my best friend that she’d probably … Continue reading Fruits Basket (Season 1): a binge-worthy shoujo!