Why you should never miss the next Oktoberfest #Divercity event

Let’s break the stereotype that parties like this are JUST for fun and up to no good. Yes young, wild, and free, but it’s a responsible YOLO though.

Glad that I finally had the chance to attend to one of the most anticipated annual events in the country, San Miguel Oktoberfest.


Ever since high school, I look forward to going to events like this as part of my bucket list. I went there with my good friends who I can always count on. ❤

(L-R: Ian, Jeff, Ivy, Arnold, Macky, Billie, Aezel, Redrick)

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We totally had a blast and we’ll definitely attend again to next year’s Oktoberfest!


Okay, here are the reasons why you should never miss going to the event next time:

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Travel and Tourism Fair: NLEX tara na sa Norte!

“Let’s go to North Luzon”


The company that I am working for, joined the 3-day event at Glorietta activity center in Makati. I’m one of the assigned people to man the booth. ❤


The event promoted what North Luzon can offer to tourists. Up north is now an easy access for people living in the metro or even from the South because of the roads like North Luzon Expressway  (NLEX) and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX).

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Diary of a Girly Kid: 3rd Blog Anniversary!

Cheers to my blog’s 3rd Anniversary!

Can’t believe the pace became that fast. Like hey, with that span, why I’m still stuck here with lots of backlog posts? Hahahaha! I rarely post new entries as I enjoy my life that much. Bottom line, I forget to document them. Hahaha! However, I believe that you will know that you really live in the moment when taking photographs or listing them all down isn’t part of the priority.

My 3rd year of blogging exactly coincided with my ‘multi-transition period’, I must say. I’m a teenager no more! From student, I became an intern in one of the country’s famous and biggest TV Network, got my local and international travels, experienced various adventures and yolo moments, graduated from college, and now, I’m currently an employee in the city! Yay to that! ❤

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Something in my life has also changed, but I guess it’s not the right time to talk about it. Hahahaha! Well, without further ado, I just want to express my deepest gratitude to all of you guys.

Thank you for the continuous support. Thanks for all the reads, views, and comments. They encourage me more to  be persistent on writing, though it’s not part of my daily or even weekly priorities. Hahaha!

Now, as this blog turns three and counting, I’m currently prepping a lot of new entries  and also working on the backlog posts too to maintain its updates and content. Please don’t miss those and be my new friends ❤

Thank you so much guys!!

– The Girly Kid ❤

Very First Live Newscast, Accomplished!

     Like what most people say nowadays, “The struggle is real”,  is how concise I can describe our experience producing the very first live newscast done in school.


    Being the first batch to use the new curriculum also means we’re pioneers, at some point, of its new planted activities. Yes, experimental batch we are, but that’s what also made us special. 


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I feel so blessed until now being able to attend the seminar conducted on August 17 (yeah sorry it’s a very late post) at UP Diliman Theater with the theme “Media and Politics: Reporting Philippines’ Recent Biggest Political Scandals”. It was a once in a lifetime experience where I learned a lot of things in just one day. The topics vary as well as the honourable guests speakers with different styles of facilitating and giving their talks. After every topic, there were panel boards from different institutions who ask each speaker after they deliver their talks. The floor is also open for students who want to raise question to the guest speakers.


     By just knowing the masters of the ceremony, you’ll really have an idea that this was a big event, meaning a great opportunity for every communication students to attend. The emcees were, Ms. Cecille Lardizabal, Senior Desk Office of Solar News, Ms. Susan Enriquez, and Mr. Mark Salazar who are both GMA News and Public Affairs Reporters. Speakers of the event have job well done in giving their talks.