Singing it right

Don’t expect this post to be how to sing like a pro. I don’t take voice lessons to know. I just like to sing.

Lately, I grabbed the mic in the karaoke. I sang myΒ “My Heart will go on” and “Somewhere out there.” My mom’s friend, who happens to lead a choir said that I have a potential and that I just have to work on vibratto (idk what that means). He said that I am on pitch. I am flattered 😊

Anyway, I just want to point out that you sing according to your style. Like in my case, I can’t belt powerfully like Idina Menzel. I hit the high notes (if I actually do it) in a mellow way if I have to say it, knowing my voice.

Before, I would strain my throat in order to belt out because I was carried by the trend of that kind of belting. Sing from your diaphragm.

Above all, sing with your heart despite of possible technicalities in your singing. πŸ™‚



Hi! I’m so supposed to sleep now but I can’t so I’ll write.


I’m graduating! Yay! Lately, I was asked to fill up stuff for the yearbook. Just earlier, I was filling up my achievements the past 4 years. I can’t believe that I have a lot. :O

Okay, this post is not to brag.

I never thought of receiving these achievements. The opportunities just came to me. My perseverance and determination has drove me through out the years. But these particular opportunities and achievements came by. That’s why I would humble express my joy and gratitude when it comes to my achievements. It would take me time to enumerate my achievements I have to say but it is only I who exactly know what I’ve been through in the middle on road of being where I am now. That’s why I would like to be humble when I talk about my achievements and may it inspires others to walk their own paths.

Embrace your achievements but still continue to move forward and to walk your paths. Be humble, always πŸ™‚

Where do I get my patience?

People tell me that I am patient especially in dealing with others. According to them, you don’t really see that in people now a days. I was told that it’s a skill to be patient because not everyone is patient. But where do I get my patience?Β 

Okay, people don’t see me mad, like angry mad. I do express my frustration at times but not in a manner that I burst up. But a warning to those people who knows me, don’t ever make me mad or you would regret it. I could be your worse enemy because I do have the aggressiveness in which I don’t show to people. I don’t really get mad in front of people and I’d rather not.

I guess it’s is my personal experiences that led me to be patient and understanding to others. Maybe someone acts this certain way because that person is going through something. Who am I to lose my patience to that someone. And in times when I person can’t things right at first, I tell myself, “Who am I to give up on this person? That person is still learning.” Whenever I have grudges towards a person, I’d rather address it to the person than holding on to the grudge and losing my patience.”

Everyday our patience is being challenged. That annoying person in class may irritate me to the point my patience is tested but I am not the type who blows up. I just don’t like seeing people blow up, losing their temper, and hating on others because it changes the aura of the atmosphere.

Be patient and kind to everyone around you even though there are people you just want to punch because their behavior/ attitude has gone so far. Being patient and kind just makes things light and easier for you and those around you. Don’t let your frustration/ anger eat you up. πŸ™‚

I’ve got to let you be on your own

I have classmates who usually go to me when they need help in their studies/ school work. It is nice to think that you are the go to person who these people and that they trust you and there is something that you can do to help out. Oh well, this is what I get for being responsible. I became someone who another can depend on. I understand that we need each other but we’ve must learn how to be on our own. To my classmates who I consistently help, I’m willing to help you. But if it requires you to be own your own, to face the consequence of your own actions, I’ve got to let you be on your own. Be independent over your own selves because I have a personal life I have to look after as well. It’s not all the time that I can help you, so you better learn how to help yourself.

Don’t pass your requirements late

When I was in grade 4, I was about 10 years old that time, I went to the mall with my mom, specifically the school supplies area because I was buying stuff for a project. My mom and I bumped into her students.

My mom asked, “Why are you here?” (Let me rephrase that. She meant what was their purpose in the mall) Then they replied that they were buying stuff for a project in my mom’s subject. The project was already overdue.

It was embarrassing because I was there when it happened and I was only 10. They were buying stuff for a late project of my mom’s subject and my mom caught them. So embarrassing.

So (kids), “Don’t pass your requirements late or else!” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


Yay I got nominated again! Thank you juvie for the nomination!

A little info..

The Versatile Blogger Award features bloggers who love what they do and show their passion virtually.

Now I have to give 7 facts about myself

  • I love swimming
  • I love sleeping
  • I love writing
  • I love music
  • I play and love chess
  • I dream a lot
  • Giving up isn’t in my dictionary



School – related Q&A

I’ve been off at some point because I’ve been busy in school. So, I would like to make a post related to this matter. It will be a q&a about my school life.

  1. What was your favorite subject at school? Why? – Social Studies and I just don’t know why. I am just so into it.
  2. What do you and your friends do during your lunch break? – Eat lunch of course. We also chat with each other. We also cram.
  3. Did you get a lot of homework? Do you think it helped you learn? – Yes. It helped me learn how to manage my time and stress.
  4. Are you allowed to eat in the classrooms?- No but some of my classmates are rebels
  5. Have you ever slept in class?- Yes but not during discussion of the teacher. Only free time when I can.
  6. What is your best memory from junior high school? – A lot. Generally those stupid days in class and with my friends.
  7. How often do you have exams? – Almost every time
  8. Describe your perfect teacher. – A teacher who knows what she/ he is doing at the same time considerate
  9. Do you get annoyed by your classmates? – Yes because they are so loud but actually they are really fun
  10. Do you cheat an exam? – No never. I am such a good student.
  11. Do you hold any position in school? – class monitor
  12. What is something that is being asked from you in school, that you dislike? – Being asked to memorize tons of useless stuff
  13. Do you procrastinate? – At times yes. But it isn’t and shouldn’t be an everyday thing.
  14. Do you pull an all nighter just to study – When I have to
  15. How do you feel/react when you get a bad grade? – I tell myself that I could have done better
  16. Have you ever skipped classes? – No.
  17. What is your goal in school? – Good grades and to actually make it through.
  18. How do you deal with stress in school? – listen to music
  19. What are you to your classmates? – the responsible one
  20. Something you hate about school? – waking up early

Okay that’s it for now. I may add up later in the future.

Nomination for The Mystery Blogger Award

Thank you dainellewrites for the nomination! Sorry if I can’t pass on the nomination to others but I’m willing to answer your questions.

1.When did you first start blogging? – June 2016

2. What do you blog about? – anything that runs in my head

3. What do you like to do in your free time? – sleep, eat, repeat. I also love to read sing, exercise.

4. If there was one thing that you could change about your life, what would it be? – my height

5. What’s your favourite body part? (weird question, as requested by award creator) – my dimples I guess but that is something not everyone has

Settling Family Dispute

A family is never perfect. No matter how much one would post about their happy moments with their families online. Within a family, there will always be a conflict and misunderstanding.

Okay, years before, my family was so chaotic. Everyone was being mad at each other. The temper within the house was heated up. So many times I’ve cried because we weren’t ideally a family at that time. I had depression because of my past family dispute and my confidence when down.

My parent’s form of discipline is not what I ideally want. They would shout at me just to get a simple thing done. I would say in a bossy manner. At times, I’ve just got to understand them because they could stress at work but at certain points it went to much. If I did something, they will make me horribly feel bad about it. They would tell me that I’m irresponsible, lazy, stupid, idiot. Don’t you know how discouraging those words are? Because of the happenings at home, I become tense over simple things outside. I really have this fear of being scolded.

This is not the only thing that brought me down within the family. There are a lot more I have to say but I won’t share it here.

The problem within my family I have to say is our temper. We fail to express ourselves in a healthy form of communication. To the point fights are often made.

Do you know what I did? I tried to address that concern to my parents. It wasn’t easy. I didn’t act like all the bad happenings within the family was nothing. It really did affected me. I even made letters because it seemed impossible to have my voice be heard. I didn’t give up on my family because they will always be my family.

So if ever you have disputes within your family, address them. Don’t act like it was nothing. Don’t ever let the dispute continue. Get out from that hell by addressing them even if it was impossible at first.

Within my family now, we are respectful to each other. We laugh more now and no shouting has happened. I am more open to my parents now.

No family is perfect but your family will always be your family.


I’m being shipped πŸ˜³

I don’t know what to feel. I’ve been currently shipped with this classmate of mine. It’s weird because I actually have a crush on this classmate for 3 years and I haven’t actually admitted to anyone. But I have a long term suspicion that he likes me back (Well not to be assuming). He keeps going near me. Not in stalking way but like in a manner as a friend. I actually go to him as well because he is a person who I can talk to. I have to say that we are close friends (hmm define close). Let me rephrase that, through out the years, we really got to know each other. We’ve been there for each other in moments in defeat and doubt particularly in school.

It just feels weird because we are being shipped just now. I guess it was the friendship that was developed that people saw. I just don’t know.

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Perks of Being an Only Child

I’m supposed to have a sibling, may it be a boy or a girl, but it died inside my mother’s womb. I’m going to tell what is like to be an only child based on my very own experience.

  1. You are alone most of the time. You already got you used to it.
  2. People ask you if you are spoiled. Not all only child are spoiled. It really depends on how you are raised. πŸ˜ŒπŸ˜’
  3. People who don’t really go along with their siblings will tell you that you are lucky
  4. Your parents attention is on you and you alone because you are the only one.
  5. People will ask if you want to have a sibling. Of course I do.
  6. Your cousins or very close friends are like your siblings.
  7. You feel like an older sister if you babysit your younger cousins
  8. People will ask your parents why don’t you make another child.
  9. You are used to relying on yourself
  10. You are told a lot of times by your parents to be independent because you are the only one and you can’t just rely on them, especially if they get older.
  11. You would want to getΒ  your parents attention when they are so busy.
  12. You get frustrated if you are inside the house most of the time.
  13. You are yearning to be with cousins or close friends
  14. You talk a lot to yourself
  15. You will feel OP when your friends/cousins open up about their sibling issues
  16. You often join adult talk
  17. National Sibling Day isn’t for you πŸ˜›
  18. Your entire house is like a hall of fame of you. Your picture, medals, and such are displayed everywhere.
  19. If something happened, you are to be blamed.
  20. Social awkwardness. Ugh! πŸ˜’
  21. You like it if your older cousin/ friend treats you like a younger sister
  22. You have no one to compete with
  23. You turn out to be the responsible one. Well, it also depends on how you were raised.

Don’t Judge

Don’t ever judge a person who has gone through rejections, defeats, and failures. Don’t shove it in front of their face, “Oh that person can’t accept failures/defeats/ rejections!” Because it is not easy and it hurts. It takes process to heal from a certain failure, rejection, or defeat. Give that person time. Acknowledge the fact that they still remain strong despite what happened to them.

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