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The Sunday Currently vol 4

Trying  The Bullet Journal. So far, it hasn’t worked out for me. Some important dates I have to keep track of are planned months ahead. I keep it off my mind by penciling it in my planner. As long as it’s written in my planner, I feel relaxed. But with bullet journal, I don’t feel […] Read more…

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The Sunday Currently vol 3

Listening To Us the Duo on Spotify. Reading The current and old issues of Collective. It’s the most perfect magazine I’ve ever read. I like it more and more every issue. No other reading has added more value to my life other than this. (Thank you for introducing me to Collective, Andi!) Kinfolk comes close, though. […] Read more…

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The Sunday Currently vol 2

Reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, along with other other blogs on capsule wardrobes. I’m heading back to school and want to try the Project 333 Challenge. Writing my goals, new habits, and ideas for my last semester of college. Listening to the “Wake Up” Playlist on Spotify. According to TIME, it’s […] Read more…

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The Sunday Currently vol. 1

Reading countless emails, to-do lists, minutes of meetings and workshops I have yet to process and encode. Writing a satirical Instagram tutorial, among many other blog drafts. Listening to This Is What You Came For. While grieving over revelations about Tay. Watching YouTube tutorials to improve my blogging and social media management. Thinking calm down, […] Read more…

BPI Sinag 2016

BPI Sinag Returns, Launches Exciting New Categories For 2016

Empowering Entrepreneurs with a Social Mission The BPI Foundation launched its iconic program, BPI Sinag Business Challenge for 2016. Bigger and bolder, the BPI Sinag 2016 is launching two new categories this year: BPI Sinag U for University students, and BPI Sinag Accelerate. The BPI Sinag Business Challenge supports social enterprises, or businesses with the […] Read more…

Habi Footwear

Habi Footwear: Casual Shoes Incorporating Woven Mats from Payatas

There’s something about flat and strappy sandals that reminds me of outdoor walks on sunny days. They remind me of picnics, light laughter, and twirling around in a skater dress. (Maybe I’ve been consuming way too many fashion blogs, or maybe there are just some items of clothing that I automatically associate to certain moods and […] Read more…

The Passion Project’s Library: Favorite Books, Blogs, Websites, Podcasts, Personalities

The different media texts we consume affect our daily lives in ways that we are not always conscious of. I appreciate how Maria Popova of brainpickings.org puts it: …creativity is a combinatorial force: it’s our ability to tap into our mental pool of resources — knowledge, insight, information, inspiration, and all the fragments populating our minds […] Read more…

Social Media Addiction Authenticity 2

In Defense of Instagrammers and Basic Bitches: Authenticity, Conformity, and Performativity in the Age of Social Media

On Authenticity: Isn’t It Ironic? A few months ago, Instagrammer Essena O’Neill made international news when she took a stand against social media. She edited the captions of her glamorous Instagram posts to reveal the “truth” behind the double life she led. She even called social media a “lie,” and encouraged others to quit social media, too. In one of her photos, she […] Read more…

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