Facilitated a two-day training in Lipa City. After a little more than an hour of jeepney commute from Batangas to Calamba, I finally found that moment of stillness and let the thought sink in. I’ve completed the training and survived the past three days.
Continue reading “red it is”
There’s nothing like getting a call from the aunt, telling me I’ve gained weight –just in case I missed that detail in all the mirrors and reflective surfaces I pass by every day– to motivate me to take a jog. I’m hoping it would also motivate me to choose healthier meals and reduce food portions. Continue reading “7.89km // 10’30” [granted]”
Patience was never really my strongest suit –which is why all this waiting for that scholarship rejection letter has got my insides all twisted since I learned that the letters have been to the applicants’ emails yesterday afternoon. Continue reading “…”
Making the most of this rare willingness to spend time for exercise.
Still dealing with the rain. I guess I need to start getting used to this weather during the evening jogs. Continue reading “6.59km // 10’30””
Spending the first Monday of 2017 in an attempt to burn some the long break’s indulgence.
Thanks to rainy weather, there was only a handful of joggers in the field. I have prepared for this weather with a couple of waterproof windbreakers 🙂
The road and sidewalk can be quite tricky in this weather. Navigating through the cement cracks and mossy slippery areas would require all one’s focus.
At least there was no thunder and lightning to worry about 😀 Continue reading “8km // 10’38””
I’ve tried several times to utter those words with a bit more enthusiasm every time but I ended up sounding flat and sarcastic – way off the opposite end of enthusiastic. Continue reading “finally 2017!”
Nothing like a spicy hot beef broth to enjoy in this weather. Continue reading “much needed comfort food”