If you let people’s perception of you dictate your behavior, you will never ever grow as a person.

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Despite UP Town being a few kilometers away from my house, I’ve only visited it a couple of times. Earlier today, my close friend Darl had errands to do at Katipunan and I suggested that we met up this afternoon.

Among the cafes and restaurants present in the area, we’ve decided to settle down at Cafe Shibuya for the reason that the interior design had caught our attention from the outside. (Check out the photos above!)

We took the longest time staring at the chalkboards that surrounded the cafe. It even made me want to join workshops in lettering and typography! (Calling out friends who are extremely artistic, teach me, please?)

Steering away from our coffee and cake tradition, Darl and I tried out two of their dishes. I had the Truffle Cream with Prosciutto Pasta (rich truffle cream accented by shiitake mushrooms and prosciutto) while Darl had the Chicken Teriyaki Salad. The food was satisfying and their serving size was enough for two!

I’m pretty excited to try out their famous dessert dishes and coffee the second time around. 

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How could we forget about the simple things in life? Living could be tiring, but if go back to the basics we can pretty much win at life.

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I’d love have this wallpaper for my room. The chair goes along with it, too!

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First up on my list when this term has officially ended is to head towards this place to find my inner peace with books and coffee to keep me company.

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It’s nearly finals week and I just want to hide in my secret garden.

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One of the rawest moments in life is when you find yourself giving in to your emotions, your feelings spilling on the floor reaching every corner of the room.

It feels like every painful thing that exists clings on to you, asking for permission for you to consume the feeling.

You feel over, and over, and over, and over again. 

And once it has finally exhausted you, it slowly fades.

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Raw emotions at their finest. Welcome to the human experience.

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How many times do I have to convince myself that it’s perfectly fine to feel, to wallow in my emotions. It’s not a crime, but my mind constantly punishes me for it.

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I looked for you today.

In every message I received I was hoping that it would be you for a change instead of me finding ways to start the conversation.

The changes are starting to become noticeable and I’m left not knowing what to feel.

They call it moving on, but it doesn’t feel like it because I’m here feeling nostalgic and sentimental- however this time around, I’m all alone.

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