Author Archives: Marj Casal

About Marj Casal

Maria Angelica Nepomuceno Casal is a student of the University of the Philippines Manila and this blog is created as part of the requirements of my OC152 class. And might as well be a long term hobby.

Necrophobia

More than having the fear of being in enclosed small places, I also have a fear of death. Not of my own but of the ones I love.  Though I also fear that when I die, I haven’t fulfilled my … Continue reading

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Consistency is the best policy

UPDATE: How dare me forget to credit my best friend and business partner, Ian Santos who has helped  (and has always been helping) me to conceptualize this design concept I used for my brochure and eventually adapted as a design … Continue reading

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Today is the day

I submitted a lot of job applications last night using my totally revamped CV because I was starting to get worried that all jobs might have already been taken. And thank God (literally and everything-ly), I got calls today. Yes, … Continue reading

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And I’m back

I have been contemplating whether to go back to blogging or not just because I can’t decide which of my blogs to use. Will it be my tumblr, here at my wp account or make another one on blogspot or another … Continue reading

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Are you contagious?

Last September 25, the 3-day Unilab Ideas Positive Youth Camp has culminated with a competition among the top 5 schools that participated in its “research-based social marketing initiatives among college students that promote or advance health and wellness at the … Continue reading

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Tech Savvy Obituary

We had this homework for our PhilArts 126 class under Sir Chong to write our own obituaries. I was too lazy to do it at first because I hated writing. But as I started typing, I remembered Sir Chong saying … Continue reading

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Doomsday

The darkest days of my life were during the times my brother and I had to share a laptop, my laptop, mind you. There was never a time that we didn’t nag each other so we can have our turn. … Continue reading

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