Alcove Arrangement

Alcove Arrangement

Can’t believe it’s already past mid-November! Upon my return to work after my Guam trip, I had to deal with some stressful situations that took up a lot of my energy. I was so drained that I spent Veterans Day Weekend, a three-day weekend, in my bedroom, doing nothing but playing video games. Thankfully, things have got better at work and that weekend of nothing healed me. With me spending my free time in my bedroom, I figured it’d make sense to show you all my new bedroom. It’s smaller than my previous bedroom, but it’s cosier than my old one, and the fact that my computer is no longer in a separate room makes things easier. Enjoy my room tour!

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Aigoo Adventures: Guam 2017

Aigoo Adventures

Well, I’m back from visiting my best friend of 26 years in Guam! This was my second time visiting Guam, the first being back in 2004. With a more mature mindset, I was able to appreciate Guam this time, and I enjoyed every single minute with my bestie. Unfortunately, tropical Guam decided to give me rain every single day of my trip, and Typhoon Lan also started nearby, and it gave me an idea of what a true tropical storm/typhoon felt like! Weather aside, I had a wonderful time with my bestie, where we both ate fantastic food, went on a super shopping spree, and relaxed with a fabulous facial!

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Moving Madness

Moving Madness

I have survived the nightmare known as the move from hell. I honestly have nothing good to say about this move, but I can say that the place and the neighbourhood is okay . . . once I overcame a major hurdle in regards to room choices. But first, let me say that moving from a big apartment to a much smaller house was really difficult. Read on about my wild experiences!

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Moving Musings

Moving Musings (Original image from Unsplash.com)

If you’ve been following my blog and Twitter, you’ve probably seen me de-clutter and clean more than usual. I de-cluttered my film, book, and manga collections. I threw away all my childhood stuffed animals save for one. I’ve even shared things that my parents have found that interested me (old Filipino money and an ancient rotary phone). I had a silent goal of cleaning up my clutter for two reasons: to lessen up what I own and to prepare for a move.

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OSX Observations

OSX Observations (Original image from Unsplash.com)

I mentioned in my previous entry about buying a MacBook Air, and I am now here to share my thoughts on it. As a long-time PC user since the late 90s, I had struggled quite a bit with using OSX. I’ve been fiddling around with it for the past week, and I’ve had to learn this operating system. Despite some of my frustrations, I will admit that OSX is a lot easier to handle than the time I tried out Linux several years back! Moving on, here are some of my observations.

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