Because cramming with an empty stomach is the strongest motivation to finish.
PS. My eyes are starting to burn.
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For all the artists out there. xoxo
I agree with Natasha! Make stuff even if it HURTS! <3
even if its a little doodle or the same word over and over again…
Someone should turn this into a wallpaper.
A big thanks to Alternative Movie Posters for making this happen!
I’m very grateful for the opportunity and I’m definitely looking forward to more in the future. :)
You can still pick up a copy HERE.
Again, thank you! It’s rewards like these that keep me going and wanting to make more of what I do.
Haha look pa, something that I’m actually good at! :)
PLEASE BUY MY BOOK! :)
Around 50 of us artists collaborated on bringing about cool alternative takes to your favourite movie posters. It’s available in the UK, but we ship everywhere of course. This is my first ever published hardbound work. Please support. Thank you! :)
Today was such a great day! :) It made up for everything that went down last week. Another first for Mykee and I. Our first gym day together to start the year right. And of course we got Quiznos shorty afterwards haha! But all that training paid off! Losing 2 pounds this week gave me that extra boost to keep this regiment going. I’m not the biggest fan of rain. I do enjoy the aftermath of cool wind and chilly sweater weather though. It’s perfect cuddle weather. What great timing haha! Oh and to add to this list of firsts we have rolling, we tried out a new restaurant. It served mostly pork. Actually, I think it did have pork in all of it’s menu items. Meh, it was alright. An okay place to try, but I won’t be looking for it intentionally. Oh and Life of Pi was a sight to behold, as expected. So many twists and surprises throughout the movie. And by that I mean you will literally be startled with all the animal noises coming out of the theatre. I won’t spoil anything in this entry, because I think I’ve done that enough elsewhere. All I can say is “RICHURD PAHKAAAAAH!”
Highlight of my week. I forgot to post this the other day. Anyway, too many things happened today. Overtime and lunch at 4pm and the horrible weather and relapsing. I won’t go into details because it’s really hard to explain. Moral of the story is that I need to find good people to surround myself with. The start of 2011 was rocky and things didn’t end very well for neither party. I don’t want that to happen again this year. I get too attached to friends and memories that I forget how things change while I’m still holding on to hopes of reconciliation. Everything comes with a price, even friendship. People are going to take advantage of you when they know you’re vulnerable. And yet with all these in mind, I still go back to old habits. One of us has got to go. I’m hoping it’s me.
Yeaaaaah, today didn’t start out so well. I was handed breakfast this morning. It was swell and everything, except it was from the same fast food joint as yesterday’s lunch. True enough, after eating I was hungry again before I even left the house. And that entire meal just about cost me half of my daily calorie intake. Double the problem by throwing in my acidity in there and I was downing rice and bread by dinner. Sad part was it wasn’t even worth it because the food didn’t even taste that great to begin with. It’s barely mid-January, and my self-control’s already thrown itself out the window.
I felt guilty about eating fast food for lunch. I done broke myself and gave in, but not intentionally. It was just there. It’d be a waste if I didn’t eat it. Plus, I didn’t want to offend anyone cause it was technically free. Only problem is I NEVER feel full after I eat fast food. I ran down to the grocery and binged on this instead in between working. It says 6 servings. I finished half the box by the end of the day. Oops.
Another day at the office. Decided to breakout the new SSUR snapback I got over the weekend. It’s a little played out, but I still enjoy the wit behind it.
Oh and bread from Tous Les Jours is ridiculously delicious. I had a croissant for lunch and some custard bread for dinner tonight and they both still taste just as fresh as when I got them last night. Really good flakiness on the croissant. Just the way I like it.
Today was hot as balls too. It cooled down at around 5:30 though. That’s when I started to get a little sick. I don’t fair well with sudden changes in temperature. Hopefully, we’ll have steadier weather in the coming days though.
PS. I totally saw Solenn Heussaff last Saturday.
Today was such a busy day. We ran a few errands in the morning and picked up dog food in the afternoon. I had to get my ass back to the gym to lose the work and holiday weight. It felt good to get some exercise in me again. All the effort I lost right after though thanks to Quiznos and Wooden Spoon. Haha yes, I came back the next night. This time with my folks. I’m glad I did though because tonight, we were lucky enough to meet the man behind the restaurant himself, Sandy Daza. He was very accommodating and was even serving up food himself. He entertained all of the tables by talking to the customers personally and was asking everyone about their night and how they were liking the food. It made the trip over there all the more enjoyable. It’s good to see a person put a lot of work into making his business more personal. If I had that good of an establishment, I’d be busing tables and riling up food in the kitchen myself too.
On the menu (clockwise):
I promised myself I’d get the Adobo Flakes the next time I came back. It didn’t fail to fill me up. It was crunchy throughout the night and instead of the usual vinegar dip to go with it, it had some tangy mayonnaise on the side. Unexpected, but very delicious. The Binagoongan I ordered for my folks. They enjoyed this one a lot because the sauce was very flavourful. Not too spicy, but you could definitely taste the coconut milk. Our only complaint was that the meat was a bit too lean which made it tough to cut through the pieces of pork. The Stuffed Pechay was also a hit this night. The base had sharp tastes of cheese and the tinapa was smoked very well. It wasn’t dry nor too soggy. Serving size was perfect for us.
There are a lot more dishes on the menu, and I can’t wait to try the others out on my next trip. I’m looking forward to what their dessert tray has to offer as well.