My Hair Color and Personality


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      What is your hair color and personality?



                         
Personalities have long been attributed to one's hair color, and I think it doesn't matter if it is your natural hair color or not. Like for example, blondes, they say blondes have the most fun. I want to believe it's true if I think about Marilyn Monroe or Madonna (naturally brunette), Paris Hilton (naturally brunette), or Gwen Stefani. I think these girls are really fun and sweet and have a lot of guts.

But for me, I love my natural hair color which is black. I may try to color it once in a while but I enjoy it most when it is black and here's why.


                           This is me having fun in the water, Bais Bay, Negros Oriental. What does this picture tell you about me?

Girls with black hair like me likes to have fun too, but we are more demure and modest, if you like, and subtle. We are rarely straightforward and usually beats around the bush when it comes to conversations. We like to be romantic and poetic and have this sense of drama.

They say that we are deep.Personally, I like solitude and silence. I like to reflect and enjoy the beauty of nature. I am very in touch with nature and with myself.

I am very savvy, too. And I like learning new things, especially those things which are beneficial to my endeavors. I am very entrepreneurial. In fact, I have a small business of my own.

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Spending Christmas and New Year in Japan


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Spending holidays in another country alone sounds exhilarating and crazy at the same time. And for a woman, it can be scary too. Some people say I'm adventurous but I think I am just curious. As I have stated on my previous blog entry, I was supposed to explore Japan with an acquaintance but then plans were changed into just solo traveling, I can say it was an eye-opener experience. I learned a lot of things.

I arrived in Tokyo on Christmas day and it was around 2pm at Haneda Airport. After fetching my luggage, I readied my maps and things to do in order, like acquiring a SUICA card, a card used in Tokyo metro subways, booking for a bullet train trip which was four days ahead because I know it is holiday and it could be hard if I get a ticket on the same day of travel. Haneda is a charming little airport that is very easy to navigate and very clean. I think cleanliness is very common in Japan.

And oh, I must tell you, and I think you will feel this more in case you travel alone -- if you don't know Nihonggo, it will definitely be a culture shock -- you know hearing the Japanese language in and around the airport, I felt scared at first but felt relieved to find that some people, especially those in ticket counters spoke English. And as expected, everybody is very polite.

At Haneda Airport


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Yoga In The Park


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Arms overhead

Plank

Downward dog

Upward dog

Camel

Camelot's pose




Bumibilog na naman ako so I need to keep up. I was sorta in a hibernation this holiday season, getting ready for my upcoming holiday trip so I wasn't moving a lot. A few yoga and some jogging wouldn't hurt to keep the fats regulated hehe..


I wonder if I can do these poses in Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo with less than 10 degrees cold..






Trip To San Fransokyo and The Upcoming Tokyo Adventure


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Life doesn't always go the way you planned it -- Big Hero 6





Finding myself so stuck in a rut, emotional rut specifically, I went out with good company to see Baymax in the wonderful animation Big Hero 6. Well I still don't know where the number 6 came from.. err maybe I wasn't paying enough attention to the details. It's a good movie and I love the location of the scene, San Fransokyo, which is a very obvious merge of San Francisco and Tokyo, so very, very relatable. 

I think the movie is relatable because first, I'm going to Japan next month to spend my holidays there. LOL. Provided I will be granted a tourist Visa, then I will be flying solo to explore Tokyo and then Kyoto (hopefully, if I won't ran out of money). I thought I'm going to do this in 2016, but here I am. Life is so unexpected. I was supposed to meet a friend there so I booked a flight. But an unexpected event happened, turns out I will be spending the holidays by myself. I think that's cool still, but I'm kinda afraid.. afraid to get lost. Lost in translation? I'm pushing through anyway. It's time to woman up :)


                                           I also had this shot today for my Visa application




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