Desiderata (Sign Language Alphabet Version)

We had an activity in our SPED 605 class (Teaching the Hearing Impaired) about the Sign Language Alphabet earlier. Our professor just wanted to check if we still remembered it.

This was my paper. Photo dump ahead! ♡

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Siao Tea’s Classic Milk Tea ♡ | Milk Tea Review

My Milk Tea Rating: 5/5

I discovered this drink by chance when I was walking along the streets during Sinulog Festival in Cebu last January 20, 2019. It means that this post is long overdue. Apologies.

The Sinulog-Santo Niño Festival is an annual cultural and religious festival which is held on the 3rd Sunday of January in Cebu City, and is the centre of the Santo Niño Catholic celebrations in the Philippines. (via Wikipedia)

Going back, I saw a girl holding a bottle of water on one hand and a bottle of this milk tea on the other. I was skeptical because as per previous experience with bottled milk teas, the taste is just average, if not below, but I still gave it a try because.. Milk tea! LOL.

Mind blown! ♡

This to-go milk tea is super yummy, creamy and not watery whatsoever + you can definitely taste the tea!

This was priced at Php 80 for 300 ml which was acceptable considering it was during the festival.

While writing this post, I searched if Siao Tea has a physical shop that I can get more of their drinks from, but unfortunately it’s just via online to date.

Regardless, it still had great reviews in their Facebook and Instagram page + I saw they have different flavors as well! I’m assuming what I bought was their Classic flavor.

I’ll probably order soon and so should you! ♡

Facebook: Siao Tea

Instagram: @siaotea

Bastap’s Iced Caramel Macchiato ♡ | Coffee Review

My Coffee Rating: 5/5

Bastap is a localized term for “bus stop” or you could say that’s just how Cebuanos fondly pronounce it.

The café is literally at the bus stop / bus station where people can grab food, chill for a bit, maybe pee and then go. Funny that they didn’t think too far when they were naming the place.

It’s located at Carmen, Cebu which is an hour or so away from the bustling Cebu City.

While we were there for a quick caffeine break, I ordered their Iced Caramel Macchiato which was priced at Php 140. A reasonable price I must say.

At first sip, it was just too sweet for me, but when I mixed it all together, it toned down to perfection and my coffee-loving self is satisfied once again.

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By the way, this was the last day I used a plastic straw! I’m trying to stay away from plastic straws from now on.

Photo dump ahead! Photos are all mine ♡

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100% would recommend!

See you on my next post! ♡

Quarter Life Crisis Is Getting Real

Some–or maybe all–of you may not know, but I’m going to be 25 this year.

Gosh. I feel old.

I’m hearing my bones literally cracking just by typing that.

Kidding aside, I’m definitely feeling this quarter life crisis now and I don’t know what to feel about it.

Am I on the right path?

Am I doing enough?

Do I need to change career all over again?

Just some of the questions that bother me everyday that’s obviously left unanswered.

*sigh*

Blogging Therapy

For me, blogging is very therapeutic.

There’s that sense of relief and liberation when I write about my feelings or the things I’m very passionate about.

People reading my blog and leaving positive comments is just an amazing bonus.

Working + studying at the same time is very exhausting–I’m in dire need of a blogging therapy now.

My heart and mind is just bursting with feelings that needs to be written down.

I guess I can say I’m back.. Again.