My college friends and I have often eaten at Kagura in Little Tokyo, Makati since we were still struggling students. Almost 5 years later after graduation, we went back to this haven to have some classic okonomiyaki - never gets old, the food and the company. This time, the difference is we have Chase with … Continue reading Back at Kagura
My career hasn't been the most linear, starting from the misalignment of the university degree I chose to finish and the profession I really want to embark on in the long run. Here's a little story about where I've been and what I've learned along the way.
Funny thing is that I am almost always assumed to be an extrovert; probably because I talk and react to a lot of things quite easily. Not really. This simply means I like to communicate and make connections. (At the end of the day, I will still need to recharge my batteries after interacting with people.)
We do, we make, we feel. We are fueled to move and naturally work towards success because of what moves and works within us.
Twenty-four things I'm grateful for on my 24th birthday.
With the man of the hour, Leonardo Reyes. Some of his collectors include Noli De Castro, John Henry Lhullier, Mikey Arroyo, Lucio Tan, International Petroleum Co., and Zest Air Philippines. He told me he started painting around 15 years ago, which is why he can finish a very large and very detailed watercolor painting in … Continue reading Caress of Watercolors