I quit my job; I was ready for anything that was going to be thrown into my way and I was ready to discover more of the world. Armed with my first ever Starbucks planner, I was excited to try something new that I didn’t do before.
For the next 365 days of 2014, I promised myself I was to write AT LEAST one thing that made that day a happy day. No matter how busy I got, no matter how tired or down I was, I was to find at least ONE THING that made me happy, no matter how simple it was.
Appreciation vs Expectation
It all started when I realised I had a notebook back in my college days where I wrote things that would make me happy. This was more of a checklist of things that I needed to do to make me happy. The experience was an interesting one because I was able to enumerate things that would trigger happiness in me. But there was a problem with the list I was making. These were things that I expected to do to gain happiness. I wasn’t listing down things that would make me happy, I was listing down things that would make me feel disappointed if they were not done. (okay please bear with my Continue reading Project Happy 2015 #ProjectHappy2015
In the beginning there was a man. That man went freediving and he saw that it was good.
This is a story, a story of my freediving beginnings.
The Freediver inside
The family always tried to find any opportunity to go to the beach and I would see dad head over to the open ocean with his pair of fins and goggles. My siblings and I would notice that he would be gone for several hours swimming great distances until he could no longer Continue reading Apnea Genesis: A Freediving Story
I have must have gone through a hundred or more posts before this blog kind of died.
I find myself writing down this hour where my senses seem to have suddenly found life filled to the brim. Who am I to deny myself when the call to write is just deafening. When the call is loud you have no choice but to respond to it.
Someone once told me that life is like driving the car; you look at the past, as you would a rearview mirror. Take quick glances to guide you with your next move, but not too long so that you will not crash yourself while speeding forward.
I would liken today as that day where there are no cars in the highway and it is just me and the long road ahead. Just today. Continue reading Change
Camera repair in Cebu was once difficult and mind you I’ve heard of a series of complaints of how this service center or that service center just didn’t do it right.
Well there is a Â Digicam Service center in Cebu and yes this was previously named as Camera Care. I often get questions such as where can I repair my camera in Cebu and I will always refer to the service center if they are still under warranty. But if you’re out of the free service limit in your baby then Camera Care is the best place to go to. Continue reading Camera Care Cebu
Digital SLRs are a fast growing popular gadget here in the Philippines but when after the fun of shooting we sometimes end up with a dislodged lens, broken camera, or a malfunctioning camera software. So where is the camera repair in Cebu. Where is the camera service center center in Cebu?
Canon service center is located in The Gallery which is beside the road from Lahug all the way to Mabolo. For those opting to come from SM, you can ride a jeepney 04L which will pass by The Gallery. But if you’re coming from Jones, Mabolo, or the like then you can take the 03Q (which takes about 45 minutes to get to the destination) then an 04L.
I heard that they take longer to repair cameras in Canon so I’d give it about a month. This would be practical if you still have your warranty. However, if you want things fast then you can consider my second option below:
Camera Care: Camera Service Center
Let’s begin with my problem which was my 50mm f/1.8 prime lens got dislodge after my camera took a graceful landing. So nothing was broken but I heard it was more expensive to have the camera lens fixed than to buy a new one. Then my friend thedarklordchucklesthesillypiggy suggested that I have it fixed in Camera Care.
Where is Camera Care?
Simple, just tell the taxi driver Sampaguit suites right across Robinsons Mall in Ramos Street.
1200php and 5 hours later my lens is fixed, clean, and with an added contraption to secure the two major parts together.