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?
This blog has been around for more than a decade and has now entered its next phase—a new, mobile-friendly theme!
It’s been hardly a week since I switched over to the dot com side and just when I thought everything was smooth sailing, I had stumbled upon a major issue that is out of my control. 💔
After almost eight years, this blog has officially become a dot com site. From quietly existing as runningpinoy.wordpress.com, we are now runningpinoy.com! Aside from an address change, here are a few changes you may expect and the reason for this jump.
I can’t believe that it’s been seven years already since I started blogging. This had become one of the longest activity that I’ve ever done in my life!
I’ve been blogging with WordPress for seven years now but this is the first time that I got to do something with the community, albeit not in the same location per se. And for this year’s Automattic Worldwide WP 5K, I ran in Bonifacio Global City, my favorite location in Metro Manila, Philippines. View this…
Typing emojis on mobile phones is nothing new but is anything but simple when it comes to the desktop. Thankfully there are guides and sites out there that lets you conveniently copy and paste these emojis for our use but for my personal convenience I thought of writing one as well for reference.
Thank you for remembering the first time that we “met.” Thank you for being such a great host all throughout these years!
From a humble 5K start it’s inevitable that you’d seek “higher grounds.” After disappointment of not being able to join a race because of a gadget requirement I was inspired when I saw the next race headed our way: the adidas King of the Road (KOTR). Just imagining myself running atop Kalayaan flyover makes me…