Author: Justine

The Sunday Currently, v31

FEELINGI’m now in my room now with A/C on full blast, but was feeling ridiculously annoyed a while ago because of tonight’s humidity. I have a feeling rain’s gonna just pour in a few hours hitting us hard. That feeling when you feel fresh after shower but start sweating as soon as your change into your new clothes? I hate it. The evening too! WATCHINGI watched 2 no-brainer movies on Netflix today, both were meh really but still had enjoyable moments. LISTENINGI was reading about this old chat with a close friend from high school and came across this gem (LOOOOL) because he said it reminded him of me. I listen to this song about once a year and each time I still know the words to the song 1000000%. No shame. READINGLife by Lu Yao. I’m not really sure how this ended up in my Kindle but I just started a few chapters this week after finishing Kevin Kwan’s Sex & Vanity (which wasn’t as great as the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy, but still …

Love Me Like You Do

EDIT – I was going through my drafts and found this gem right here from 2015. It’s crazy how it still applies even 5 years later, so I thought to just go ahead and post it. It’s been years since asofterworld stopped publishing these kind of comics, but I still find myself going back to the website once in a while to check (or hope) for something new. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of my asofterworld posts. Truth be told, I am this kind of person.

The Sunday Currently, v30

FEELINGWeird and a little disoriented. It’s approaching 3 months since quarantine announcement and I can’t believe it’s been that long and we got through all that. At the same time, cases in Cebu don’t seem to be decreasing yet, so how long are we going to be in this state? The economy isn’t looking great. Our government is in shambles, plus there’s so much wrong in the world. I just finished 10 days of Duphaston and haven’t been meditating lately, so I feel like all these weird feelings needed an outlet. WATCHINGI was about to do a rewatch of That Awkward Moment on Netflix before writing this entry. I don’t know if I’m doing to continue after this but I’d like to. After The King: Eternal Monarch wrapped up (mixed feelings about this drama), I just recently started with Hospital Playlist because of great reviews. It’s my first medical K-drama, and I can say it’s pretty worth it. Also, I’ve never watched this much K-drama my whole life. That’s what quarantine does to you. LISTENINGTo …

Thirty Two

I feel like I need to type out that age in words to fully grasp that I’ve actually turned a year older in this crazy, crazy year. It’s now mid-June and almost a month since my birthday, but 2020 still feels like that continuous fog that’s just hanging over you with no signs of going away. My birthday consisted of being very busy at work, but surprised with a lot of messages and sweet gestures from friends who either sent me food, goodies, gifts, and an Animal Crossing birthday party to wrap it up. Before getting Animal Crossing, I was having anxiety attacks left and right about the whole situation and the nastiness that’s been affecting the world, and I’m extremely grateful to have had the resources to get both the Switch and the game so quickly. Thanks to this game, my family, my work, and friends offline and especially online, I don’t think I would have “survived” this quarantine in this current mental state of still being okay. Last week I left my area …

The Sunday Currently, v29

Pre-meditation quarantine edition. FEELINGHonestly? Like I’m about to have another anxiety attack any minute. I had 2 major ones last week but none yet after that, thank goodness. Otherwise, I’ve been feeling pretty okay and trying to stay as positive as I can. I’ve been exercising, reading books, meditating, doing yoga.. activities that I’ve been putting off because of how every day life gets so busy. WATCHINGI was watching a rerun of New Moon on HBO Family while eating my dinner and my mom was saying how it was totally a downer so we ended up watching this documentary in Indonesian on Arirang. It was about a social enterprise that Koreans built in Jakarta to help kids on the street gain skills for jobs in the city to better the society. LISTENINGI just discovered this remix today and totally loving it.. then I realize is it the one that’s been around on Tiktok so much? Tiktok has seriously changed the way we’ve been feeling songs. READING After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid. I’ve been …