Yearly Archives : 2017

Remembering The 2013 Bohol Earthquake | Blushing Geek

Remembering The 2013 Bohol Earthquake


Exactly four years ago today, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked my hometown Bohol, leaving it with so many casualties and with an estimated damage of P2.5 billion. So what happened then? At exactly 8:12 am, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Bohol with its epicenter at 2 kilometers southeast of Carmen, which is known for its chocolate hills and tarsiers. The…

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How Do You Rate Books? | Blushing Geek

Geeky Discussions: How Do You Rate Books?


I’ve been reading books all my life but as years go by, I noticed how my reading horizons gotten wider considering how sure I was before that I will live and die just reading suspense/mystery books (excluding tagalog romance novels, hehe). Well, that’s not what I’m going to talk about today (*wink) but I’m curious how others determine their book…

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Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 1-8) | Blushing Geek

Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 15-17)


I don’t usually get amused when Sunday comes as the next day would be Monday. But as soon as I started studying Japanese, that changes. Ofcourse I still have that dreadful feeling especially at night every Sunday but I’m a bit excited too for Monday to come. Why’s that? It’s not because of work obviously (shh, don’t tell my boss…

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Book Review – Answered Prayers by Danielle Steel


Answered Prayer was my very first book from Danielle Steel, not actually a good book for me to start but I still think it’s a decent read. An emotional story of wasted years, sacrifices, and a faith that GOD answers prayers when you wait long enough. Answered Prayers by Danielle Steel First Published by Corgi Books on January 1, 2002 Genre: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary 416…

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Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 1-8) | Blushing Geek

Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 13 and 14)


Happy Monday everyone. It’s time again for another updates for my weekly Japanese self-study sessions. For the previous week, I’ve got to learn about MASU verbs negation, past tense as well as its past negation. Unlike adjectives, verb is a very vast topic in Japanese language and I really enjoy learning about them. For this week, I’ve got to learn…

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13 Cheap Ways to De-Stress | Blushing Geek

13 Cheap Ways to De-Stress


Stress is an unpleasant part of our life and if taken for granted, it can result to a real physical effects on our body. It has been linked to a wide range of health issues, including mood, sleep and even heart disease. The good news is that you can take action concerning stress. Try out a few in this list…

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