After deciding on a whim, inside our office’s car on our way to a deployment in Malagos, Calinan, we found ourselves driving the long-winding BuDa (Bukidnon-Davao) road the next day to visit Ate Donna’s friend who owned the Wild Berry Garden Diner. Continue reading My own taste of Wild Berry (Garden and Diner)
These anthems were first played to celebrate not your success in school but a triumph in war. Continue reading The Truth Behind the Perpetual Graduation March Anthems
The people of Davao may have a varying faith and religion and the tradition to sabat may be part a Catholic prayer. It is in these moments that the Davaoenos become believers of one faith – the faith on each other.
Continue reading ‘Sabat’: Davao’s resilience and solidarity
Thinking of what to give to your eco-conscious friends? Try these! Continue reading Gift Ideas Your “Green-Minded” Buddy Would Definitely Appreciate
Being the youngest in the family and the only one left single, I always do the grandest adjustments and it gives me so much fatigue. Added to that is the stress caused by conflicts on things like house chores, personal spaces, orderliness, sanitation among others. With those experiences, I have listed few of the things that I would find rewarding when I live alone and on my own. Continue reading What Living Alone Means To Me
Curious enough, I zapped my current tab to YouTube and the first song that caught me was Fools. The song was catchy enough that I listened to more of their songs until I could not get enough of it. It was a love at first listen. Continue reading Why The Ransom Collective is My Ultimate Mood Changer
Opening a bank account is easy. But this simple task can take so much of your time if one is not keen on its documents. I learned this lesson the hard way. Continue reading Things I Learned from Opening a Bank Account (and what to consider in your documents)