Monthly Musings | February Part 3

This is the final post for the month of February. Now I don’t normally have a 3-part reflection post but I had a lot going on in February so I thought it was worthwhile to reflect weekly. Anyway… I MADE IT TO THE END! I can’t tell you enough how happy and relieved I am…

Monthly Musings l February Part 2

Things are looking brighter. Recap: In my last post, I mentioned how much I was having a difficult time in my clinical rotation and even admitting that I broke down in tears in the bathroom. I just finished my third week and have one more week remaining. This week, I definitely took on board my…

Monthly Musings | February

May mga events sa buhay na di mo naman ginusto pero kailangan mo na lang tiisin. According to Existentialism, we are free to make choices and decide for ourselves. Hindi daw pre-determined yung path natin. Everyday, we can make our life how we want it to be. Well, I think it depends. To a certain…

Monthly Musings | January

Leaving behind 2020 felt like a heavy weight has been lifted off my shoulders. 2021, you better make up for the damage 2020 had done. Things are starting to come back to normal. However, we are still required to wear masks in public transport, large supermarkets and hospitals. On the flip side, I like how…

Got Apples? Let’s Make Apple Pies!

These apple pies are simple and easy to make – perfect for beginners in the kitchen! Today’s featured recipe is Gemma’s Apple Pie. For this recipe you will need: Apples (I used Granny Smith) Brown sugar Cinnamon and/or cinnamon sugar salt Butter Lemon juice Cornstarch with water Puff pastry Egg wash Mine only took 15…

Lengua de Gato (Filipino Butter Cookies)

Lengua de Gato are Filipino butter cookies made from butter, eggs, flour and sugar. These are long and thin cookies resembling cat’s tongue, hence the word lengua (tongue) and de gato (of cat). Mine turned out wider as I used a larger round tip but you can use a smaller round tip to achieve a…

Fields of Green

Hello everyone! I am back from what seemed like an endless case study analysis. Sometimes, I have to be careful with what I read in articles as I can easily get drowned in irrelevant information. However, nothing went to waste as at least I understood how it worked and things made more sense…

My Thoughts on Watercolour Brush Pens

I’m not gonna lie. I am not a huge fan of watercolour paints. The last time I used them was probably hmm let me think.. I was probably 10 years old :O Watercolour paints are just too “watery” for my liking. They warp the paper and just don’t produce vivid artworks. Just a watery mess…

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