wayfarer.

Here, take a peek.

you were the brightest shade of sun I had ever seen
your skin was gilded with the gold of the richest kings
and like the dawn you woke the world inside of me

Good night. :)

Gusto kong mag-selfie pero paano ba maging cute o kahit medyo hindi naman masagwang tignan 

Fuzzy socks weather with lola!!! :)

You’re probably not getting enough sleep, but you might not be as far off the mark as you think. Most sleep experts would offer that aiming for between seven to nine hours of snooze time a night is optimal for feeling refreshed and productive the next day. In a new report, however … researchers are closing in on what may just be that magic nightly number—and it’s not nine hours, or even eight as once believed… it’s seven hours of sleep.

The usual caveats apply, and these findings should be taken with a grain of salt. But the results are interesting—especially if you’re the kind of person who struggles with sluggishness throughout the day.

"The lowest mortality and morbidity is with seven hours," [says] Shawn Youngstedt, a professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University Phoenix… "Eight hours or more has consistently been shown to be hazardous."

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Intriguing new study on the optimal amount of sleep. But that grain of salt can’t be overstated given the wide variation of “chronotypes” and internal time.

Also see the science of what actually happens while you sleep and how it affects your every waking moment.

(via explore-blog)

Homemade espasol and chutney! Ahhh, this cooking-baking-food loving family :)

yasimon:

Fiction forever!

yasimon:

Fiction forever!

(Source: huffingtonpost.ca, via starvingpoets)

henry-hargreaves:

Video portrait of cake maker Amirah Kassem of Flourshop where we played homage to the silent film ‘a trip tot the moon,’ where a rocket crashes into the man in the moon. We iced her and crashed landed an ice cream into her face

Ah, George Melies’ Le Voyage dans la lune!! HAHA

henry-hargreaves:

Video portrait of cake maker Amirah Kassem of Flourshop where we played homage to the silent film ‘a trip tot the moon,’ where a rocket crashes into the man in the moon. We iced her and crashed landed an ice cream into her face

Ah, George Melies’ Le Voyage dans la lune!! HAHA

WHEN SOMEONE LOVES A BOOK I RECOMMENDED

dukeofbookingham:

I’m like:

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(via starvingpoets)

Ang dami kong gustong puntahan! :( Hay. Hindi ako nakapunta dun sa Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra sunsets at Makiling, Romancing the Book talk, Inspire Every Day, Romantic Piano Concerto, at Future Feast. :( Gusto kong mag-Cinemalaya kaso may lb screening naman ata kaya dun nalang. Sana makanood ako ng UAAP CDC pati Potted Potter! Pati pala TED talks! Or kahit anong magandang event na puntahan! Nakaka-miss yung Lang Leav book signing at TEDx kasi yun palang yung medyo legit na event na napuntahan ko. Haha. More please?

“I was the basest of readers. All I wanted was my own world, and myself in it, given back to me in artful shapes and accessible form.”

—   Ian McEwan (Sweet Tooth)

(Source: booklover)