Moved over.

Hi everyone! I moved my content to a new site:! On this site, I started over and am working on building my brand and site.

I will be focusing on my love for books. Components from this blog will be transferred over, like my reading challenge and lists.

I will be closing this site in the coming days so please don’t hesitate to follow my new site! You all have been wonderful and I appreciate everything you guys have given me. See you all soon!

Click here for my new site!



To be read list

It’s either the feel of the paper or the smell. Sometimes, it’s both. Either way, I love books. I love them in paperback or hardcover form. I’m OK with e-books as well, but I’m not really reaching for them as much. Those are the upside to my relationship with books. I also have a problem with them.

I buy books like a person whose plan that day is to update his/her apocalypse food pantry. I can never have enough and it’s going to last me years. So far, I have bought more books than I have the chance to read them.

This list serves a couple of purposes: to clear out my shelves for more books that I can’t afford and to read more.

I’m capping my current list at five books, in random order.

  1. Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin*
  2. Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen
  3. The Wonder by Emma Donoghue
  4. A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro
  5. A Reunion of Ghosts by Judith Claire Mitchell

If you have recommendations or if you have read these books, please comment!


*  currently reading         abc finished



What now?

After a month or so since my last post, I’ve finally narrowed down on what I would blog about. Thanks to my Facebook friends, who have known me for years and years, I’m  blogging about books, traveling and food.

I might post about topics not listed because I don’t really have money to travel often or buy bags of books or whatever. Don’t be surprised.

I still haven’t found my niche yet. I’m hoping to discover that as I grow with this blog. I do intend to work with this.

With that being said, I will be posting soon.

Have a great day!


Harry Potter and how it taught me to grow up

As a child of the 90s, most of my life was spent waiting for the next Harry Potter book. At one point in my life, I stood in line for hours, dressed in tights, a crisp white button-down shirt and a dark skirt, waiting in line for the premiere of the eighth movie, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows II.” In my hand, Sirius Black’s wand that I stole from my brother and a Gryffindor button pinned on the lapel of my blazer.

The polaroids were snapshots of my trip to Harry Potter World in Universal Studios. It was my second time visiting the theme park and it was definitely on my list to take beautiful pictures. Photo by Klarizza Aggabao

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