Cebu has been inundated with Korean cafes. The decoration is simplistic: write whatever you want on a post it and leave your (almost) eternal print on a wall. When the post are not invitations to follow another stranger on IG, Facebook and twitter, they are the cheesiest love quotes and declarations. One guy finally got it right. Back to basics: Wishing you all a happy week … Continue reading From the most pragmatic guy in town
Imagine that English is your second language. Your grammar and syntax are not good, but you at least you give yourself some time to view, review and triple check your posts before imposing them to your friends. And one day, out of the blue, one of your top favorite blogger challenges you to a “Free Writing Challenge”. The instructions are terrible: writing for 10min, non stop and, as … Continue reading Dreaming
Remember the pre-Instagram era? when we would take the time to buy post cards and look for stamps. Usually on the last day of the holidays, we would sit down at a Café terrace and write a few lines to the grand parents and the best friends. I have always loved writing postcards, and I still do. It is really like sharing a moment of my holidays … Continue reading The French word of the day: carte postale
Waou, those last days.. It all started last week with this note : “Hey Estelea … I’m actually a secret admirer of yours now ready to unveil myself… Wanna know if you’re married or single?“. Then came the nomination for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award by the awesome Lucile de Godoy (for those of you who don’t know her blog yet, click here, … Continue reading Guess who’s been nominated for a Very Inspiring Blogger Award?