Originally released on October 27 in Mexico and directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, Coco was a movie about family, tradition, friendship, trust, dreams, forgiveness, and many more.
Let’s break down the reasons why I have been MIA, shall we?
I’ve reached that point in my life where responsibilities can never be avoided, also known as, adulthood. It includes cooking my own meal, which honestly, is something I have yet to master. So I decided to include it in my 21 before 21 bucket list!
The latest ranking places SP Jain School of Global Management in the company of top institutions like IMD, INSEAD, IE, Cambridge, Oxford, Warwick and SDA Bocconi.
It’s not always I personally get to attend events that are in-line with the causes I support.
For one, I strongly believe that education is the greatest treasure one can have. As how our parents would normally say, it is something we own that will never be taken away from us.
It has been sooooo long since I have made a Friday Fave post, but now here it is again!
As I have previously mentioned, anything beyond my comfort zone scared me. That includes horror movies. At least watching them in the cinema. I really do not mind watching them at home with family during broad daylight. But when it comes to the big screen, dark surroundings, and loud sound, count me out. That’s why I decided to include watching a horror movie into my bucket list before I turn 21!
In June, I have achieved one of the major milestones any blogger could go through. It was 2 years in the making, and to be completely honest, I never thought I’d make it that far. At the back of my mind, this blog will always be like one of previous ones that get abandoned after a few posts. But to my own surprise, I’m still here, stronger than ever (lol!!), and still blogging for my own interest.
Honestly, I am one of those people who would not walk out of their comfort zones so easily. It is really hard for me to try new things that are relatively scary and difficult. Something that I really need to work on, especially now that I will be starting to look for a job real soon.
Food parks seriously are taking over the food industry, at least in the great metro. They are just everywhere. From North to South, they are the talk of the town, specifically of the millennials and the young adults. And they just seem to keep on sprouting here and there, every day.