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Raizel Albano
Anthroonfooting since '11
Anthroonfooting since '11
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Apat na buwan akong nawala… Bakit? Aside from medyo naging maraming proyekto nung mga nakaraang buwan (salamat naman!), napaisip-isip ako sa apat na buwan na ‘yun. Nagkaroon ako ng mga pag-aalinlangan sa sarili. Bakit ako nagsusulat sa wikang Ingles kung…

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When visiting the Ilocos region, 500 kilometers north of Manila, the Philippines’ capital, you cannot help but notice these large hand-held orange pastries being sold along the streets of Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte. This “pastry” is called Ilocos…

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R and I decided to go for a nature trip on our fourth anniversary, and with some help from our friend Google, we ended up giving the Pamulaklakin Forest Trail a try. What is the Pamulaklakin Forest Trail? Named after the Pamulaklakin vine that grows in…

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A little reflection… I had the opportunity to hike Mt. Arayat for the first time last January 20, 2018. Since then, I’ve hiked it three more times (January 26, 31, and February 16). My brothers always ask me, “Why do you keep on going back?” The answer to…

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Today marks R and I’s fourth year together. We started off as a long-distance couple, then two years ago, he decided to move to the Philippines. People are still scratching their heads as to why we don’t share a home. The question makes perfect sense…

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Early this year, my friends and I went to Tingloy Island, Batangas for a two-day-one-night trip. We had the chance to catch up on our lives and to talk about our plans. And more than anything, we also spent time basking in the serenity of being away from…

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I got accepted at Rarejob in November 2014, at a time where I realized I needed to spread out my risks in the midst of the recession. I had friends and relatives who got laid off from their jobs around this time, and so I wanted to have a “back up” in…

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Imagine a world without work. Can you take it? Can you see yourself being in one? What do you do (for a living)? On any party that I go to, the first thing that people ask after asking my name is, “What do you do?” It is not like a question of “What do…

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I used to check my LinkedIn profile at least once a week, scanning for updates and looking into connecting with people I might have good partnerships with. It was like an “adulting Facebook” sort of platform where people did not post their recent vacation…

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Reading has always been a part of my life, and I thank my parents for encouraging me to enjoy it with the encyclopedias, comics, and short novels they left hanging around the house. I admit I was a bit slow in catching up compared to my elementary friends…
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