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Random Things About Me

Really, I don’t know how to describe myself. I guess the more effective way is to throw in some random things about me every now and then. Here we they go..

  1. I’m a government employee/entrepreneur. I have an 8-hour job on weekdays and I spend my free time, especially weekends on my online and physical store.
  2. I want to take good photos, I really do. Which is why I enrolled for a 4-session photography class to learn the basic. However, laziness got the better of me. Even if the schedule is flexible, I can barely squeeze it to my weekend itineraries. One more thing, a DSLR with a 35mm-200mm lens is too heavy. I brought it several times on out of town trips, but I always end up leaving it in the hotel or car or have my companions carry it. Hence, I always resort to taking photos using my smart phones. And most of the time, the products are over-saturated, no thanks to Snapseed.
  3. I love reading. I still do even though the last book I read was a Cosmo Philippines book. But don’t ask me what books I bought lately. Once in a while, I go on a book-shopping spree and end up hoarding books which I keep in a shelf to remind of one of the things I missed when decided to be an adult.
  4. I want to do a lot of things – finish graduate school, become a lawyer, start this and that kind of business, travel, start a blog, take photos regularly, drive regularly and the list goes on.
  5. I have tons of business ideas in my mind, but I don’t have the time, energy and not that much funds to execute them. Hehe
  6. When I get hold of a new book, I read the last 2 to 3 chapters. If the ending is interesting enough, that’s when I start reading it. Same goes with movies. I scan through the scenes first before deciding whether it deserves 2 hours of my time or not. But once I start reading/watching them, I always get hooked up and end up not getting enough sleep just to finish them.
  7. While others are threatening their friends not to give spoilers on the newest movie, I, on the other hand, beg for them. I hate surprises, I really do.