It’s a Friday night and here I am, rambling. It’s been a while since I last updated my blog. I felt like there’s nothing for me to write about, but in reality, a lot (and I mean, a LOT) had already happened in the past months. Perhaps I could not just find the write words to express myself, as per usual. Writer’s block? Not really. Well, okay maybe.
Finally had the time to write, even just for a little bit…
Let’s break down the reasons why I have been MIA, shall we?
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.
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.
This would have been a ‘Life Lately’ post, but I’m at a point in my life right now where I would not want to dwell on what had happened in the past few weeks. So let me tell you about my life at this fleeting moment.
TravelBook.ph was awarded Digital Marketer of the Year by Cebu Pacific’s Lifestyle Rewards Program GetGo during their second anniversary celebration last March 31, 2017 at the Blue Leaf Events Pavilion in Taguig. TravelBook.ph bested three other competent nominees including other travel service providers and banks.
Life in the city can sometimes be overwhelming. It is fast and demanding. It requires you to exert a lot of effort and forces you to take it up a notch every single day. A simple and ordinary day in the city does not seem so simple and ordinary at all. It is a challenge, heck, it is always and indeed a challenge, and you are always up for it. But then it tires you. Life in the city is not what you have always wanted, because you come to a point where everything just exhausts you. It drains your whole system; it sucks the energy out of your body.