Douze

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?

Trying on “Normal”

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!

Nutrition During Quarantine

Nutrition is probably the last thing on our minds when we all suddenly found ourselves locked in our homes when the lockdowns started.  But as the weeks turned to months, putting this aspect aside may put your lives at stake. Source: potatogoodness.com The early days of the lockdown were “survival mode” for me.  The things…

Embracing Working from Home

I’m lucky to still be working and earning in the midst of the pandemic. But as no one can tell how long the pandemic would last, it’s best to accept that we’ll be in here longer than we want, and make adjustments to make the ride as comfortable as possible.

Almost Losing runningpinoy.com—Again!

With so many things that already happened, 2020 has yet run out of “surprises” for me. Just yesterday, I came really close to losing my domain registration of runningpinoy.com! No thanks to my bank that did not do their obligation.

Riding the MRT and Weekend Walkabout

Last weekend, I was finally able to ride the MRT for the first time since the pandemic. My last commute made me realize the feasibility of going back to the financial district and I took that to finally settle my pending businesses there. Here are my observations.

Steps Tracking without a Tracker

With public transportation still far from being back to normal, chances are you’ll be walking if the distance isn’t that far. Wouldn’t it be better if you’re able to track how many steps you’re doing on a daily basis even without a dedicated tracker?

Commuting Under the “New Normal”

Earlier this week, I decided to take my chances and go to the mall. I needed to pay a long overdue bill that I can only pay in-store. I was prepared for a very long walk, but I got lucky that a bus was heading my direction.