Celebrating birthdays at a time like this can be difficult since physical distancing is a challenge for such gatherings. With technology, you can video call with your family and friends for hours and not feel socially distant at all.
This 2020, I have already started on the Thank You challenge. So far, I have filled out my Gratitude Journal with three things I am grateful for since January 1. Those three things need not necessarily be life-changing.
Continue reading “2020 Thank You Challenge”
Currently, I’m hooked into CodyCross. It’s a set of crossword puzzles where all words being solved have the same number of characters. Then, there’s a bonus word that you also need to solve. The bonus word is written vertically. Continue reading “Word Games”
It has been a tradition to decorate the workstation of a teammate when it’s his or her birthday. Yesterday was my turn. As soon as I approached the room, I can already see the big Happy Birthday banner spanning over two desks. Yes, that’s how big it is. Around the birthday banner are balloons that are taped to the ceiling. Tie to each balloon is a ribbon where polaroid films were taped on. Continue reading “Operation Birthday Surprise”
Do check out my brother’s band. 🙂
The Soledads are:
Joisha Watco- Drums
Toks Paras – Bass
Jay Redor – Lead Guitars
TJ Tirante – Vocals and Guitars
Check out the demo of their newest song in Facebook.
I just watched the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 this weekend. I loved the soundtrack of this film, just like the first one. Hence, I searched for the Vol. 2 mixtape. I found one on YouTube. However, I wanted it to come from an official source. During my search, I found out about a Disney and Spotify collaboration. I visited this website to generate a retro playlist based on my selected Spotify playlist. The playlist is now named Coldplay!!!- Vol. 2. It has 20 tracks from various artists. My playlist has songs from Queen, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Sex Pistols, Led Zeppelin, and more. Continue reading “Guardians of the Galaxy: Throwback your Playlist”
There is a new trend going on in Facebook where one posts a status containing a list of 10 foreign acts one has supposedly seen live where one of which is a lie. In my Facebook timeline, I have seen it evolved into:
- 10 bands I’ve sessioned or played with (one is a lie)
- 10 foreign bands I’ve interviewed (one is a lie)
While we were walking along the streets of Hongdae, we chanced upon a Korean rock band performing. We didn’t understand the songs that they sang but it seems like that they have a big fanbase. Aside from Romantic Punch, there are other street performers around the area. However, they have the most number of audience in the area. It is also interesting to note that the fans of the band are also passionate in singing their songs while they’re performing. Hope to see more street performers here in South Korea.
It’s gonna be my first time to watch Coldplay live, my first time to watch a foreign act overseas, and my first time to go to Thailand. Me and Sharlyne did a little research on what not to bring to avoid additional inconveniences that we may experience on the day of the concert.
We found a website (originally written in Thai) that contains information that we need. Continue reading “Preparing for the Coldplay Concert in Bangkok”
Last 2016, I ran 244.9km according to my Runkeeper data. I was inspired by Mark Zuckerberg’s goal of 1 mile per day. Since 1 mile per day seems not realistic to me, I opted for a 1km per day. Sadly, I still didn’t meet it since I’m still 121.1km short. Continue reading “2016 Running”