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A LETTER FOR THE ANXIOUS ONE

Three days ago, another academic year has started.

It is a moment of learning and meeting new people, but it was a tough time for me as I will need to face my fear yet again. To everyone who struggles, cry it all out to the Lord. Talk to him and share every pain and fear in your heart. Pray and let go.

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COLOURPOP STAYCATION UNBOXING & SWATCHES

Next to Mac lipsticks, Colourpop has been my get go since it is affordable for its amazing quality. I have tried popular lip gloss style lipstick from Anastasia Beverly Hills, Kat Von D., Ciate London, even Colourpop Ultra Matte but I never really had a chance to make time applying one on my lips since I’m not a morning person, hence I’m always rushing during mornings.

One thing I like about Colourpop is that they give options to their consumers about which type of matte lip products “we” could use- they have a stick and tube lippies. Having said that, lippie stix and lipsticks have been my choice because it is not as time-consuming and much easier to apply compared to other lip products/applicator.

Just recently, Colourpop released a summer collection of their best matte lippie stix, all in one gorgeous box! I’m lucky enough to purchase one during their last re-stock for this season.🙂

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LETTER TO MY YOUNGER SELF

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Hi,

I see you’re still loud and noisy and I now how much you want to change it, but don’t and I’m glad you didn’t. Have fun and enjoy your life, those are few of the most wonderful things you will take with you as you grow older. Smile and laugh like you always do because the memories you make will be a part of you to look back and cherish. 

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Easy Ways to Relieve Emotions (3 min read) — The Millionaire’s Digest

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Christina Silva Founder & Owner of: Welcome! A Dream Becoming a Reality Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer I always catch myself looking at random people and thinking “Do you think they are going through a hard time at this moment?” or “What has that person been through?” […]

via Easy Ways to Relieve Emotions (3 min read) — The Millionaire’s Digest

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A road trip.

For my last road trip before another academic semester starts, my boyfriend and I along with his siblings and friends went on a road trip to Alberta.

Alberta – is a province close to where I am from (Saskatchewan). Unlike my place, according to Wikipedia, “its landscape encompasses mountains, prairies, desert badlands and vast coniferous forests. It has more than 600 lakes and rich mineral deposits”. So far, given that both are prairies, I find Alberta’s cities and roads a lot like Regina/Saskatoon. The only difference is that Alberta is more industrialized and established when it comes to their economy as evidenced by different landscapes and trademarks present in the province due to their rich mineral deposits and worth visiting tourist spots.

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PARTING TIME

I hate goodbyes, yet I divulge myself to the idea that everyone’s going to leave, and that’s what I fear the most. For some reason I couldn’t fathom, I realized we came this far. It’s inevitable and it happened in a snap of time.

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The Big Apple Journal

“Now you’re in New York
These streets will make you feel brand new
Big lights will inspire you”

Those are words that I used to hear from an Alicia Keys song that was popular when I was in grade school. A song so familiar, that I could sing when played on the radio. I never really bother to read the lyrics or ponder about its meaning. Like any other Korean song, I just liked its tune that I memorized the song without really knowing it.

It was only a song… until I went to New York.

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Massachusettes in the eyes of my lens

Once in a year, my family and I book our tickets and pack our bags to travel to new places and meet new people. While last year we went back to the Philippines, this time, we went to the USA. Yes! I haven’t been to the States, but since we got our Canadian passports already, we went to Canada’s closest ally.

We pretty much went to 8 states, but only get to spend our time in Boston, New York, New Jersey, Washington D.C and Pennsylvania. While we had stopovers in some states, I couldn’t get up and figure out our location because I am always sleepy and nauseous whenever I am a passenger in any vehicle. Yikes!

According to my favourite celebrity blogger, Nikki Gil, when traveling there must be a common purpose for the trip. That said, for our Boston trip, we decided to shop right away- it is always easier to save than to regret especially for once in a lifetime journey.

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The Imperfections Of An Unrequited Love

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(c) Poetry, Day Five: Imperfect

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Five things I realized about “love” in my 20s

Love –  a four letter word that is most commonly used, with so many meanings and stories in it. While David Levithan defined love in one of his books as something not worth trying (based on how I understood it). I find love worth risking; it is worth all the time in the world that I wouldn’t mind getting it wrong because I can love more than once, yet to only find the best one in the finish line.

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