If you’re reading this, congratulations! You’re also a survivor of 2020. We all have stories we’d rather not remember from 2020 so I tried to find some good things that I can bring into the new year.
I was ambitious. Things happen. And I ended up biting off more than I can chew. Here’s the story.
When typhoon “Ulysses” (Vamco) shut down power and mobile data services in our area, it made me realize how vulnerable we were. We didn’t have a single candle for lighting, and I can’t even send out a text message in case of emergency! That’s when I started this project to improve our resiliency. These are…
Towels are usually one of the things we don’t think much about when it comes to working out—until I encountered Tesalate’s antimicrobial workout towel. Here’s my review.
I’ve been using Endomondo since 2011. Sadly, it will be shutting down by the end of the year.
As I promised myself during the pandemic, cooking is an essential skill that I should start learning. But also because of the pandemic, this would have to be done virtually, like many other things. You’d be surprised to know that potatoes helped me gain confidence to pursue cooking! Learning to cook in the middle of…
Imagine that… I actually forgot to publish an anniversary post on this blog’s official twelfth year online! Let me rectify that…
It’s interesting that I’ve never done a virtual race prior to 2020, and here I am signing up for my next one: Herbalife Nutrition 40th Anniversary Virtual Run.
If you’ve been dreaming of joining NYC Marathon, now is your chance! You can even participate for free!
Herbalife Nutrition launched the inaugural Get Moving With Good Nutrition Challenge which centers upon the Herbalife Nutrition 40th Anniversary Virtual Run. Here are the event particulars.
Twelve. That’s the number of years ago when I started working on this blog. It would not be officially launched until about a month later though, but would’ve thought that it’d still be blogging more than a decade later?
Last weekend, after more than half a year of social distancing, I finally took a leap and tried on what the new “normal” is like—including taking off my mask in a public setting!