March 24, 2014


Now on its 37th year of existence, the Economics Organization has continued to serve as the professional organization for Economics students in De La Salle University. Having alumni in both the professional sector and in the academe, the organization pursues its mission and vision through activities such as the Young Economists’ Convention (YEC),and the Economics Leaders Congress (ELC).

This year, in partnership with Mercato Centrale, DLSU EconOrg has decided to launch its first bazaar in its 37-year history, entitled “GEMINI”. Gemini will promote entrepreneurship and highlight social entrepreneurs in partnership with Gawad Kalinga and bazaar concessionaires. It will be held at the Mercato Centrale Grounds at The Fort in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), from March 28 to 29, 2014, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM. This bazaar will cater to not only the students inside the university, but their families, relatives and external participants from other universities who wish to go to the said event as well. 

WHAT: Food and Merchandise Bazaar & MORE
WHY: If you’re a foodie (or even follow one on Instagram) you’ve probably already heard of Mercato Centrale, the food and organic lifestyle night market! It’s a great way to experience new food and enjoy something different for a change. For one exclusive weekend, Mercato Centrale has partnered up with the De La Salle University Economics Organization to bring you GEMINI! It’ll be a bazaar featuring a lot of new things to try out, but most especially, its highlight on social entrepreneurship. It aims to redefine the night market experience through performers such as UP DHARMA DOWN, games and contests, raffle prizes, and more! What are you waiting for? This is the perfect moment to go bonding with you family and friends while still helping out our social entrepreneurs!!
WHEN: March 28-29, 2014 from 5PM to 3AM
WHERE: Corner of 34th street and 8th avenue, Taguig City (where Mercato Centrale usually is!)
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March 22, 2014

Hi there Benjamin!

Basing on this outfit its pretty much obvious that this is one of my Lazy day outfits. Over-sized sweater, slacks and Brouges but what I love about this whole look is that - the print can actually make it look fashionable. It's super street fashion and no doubt I will be finding more clothes like this! Im really glad that I have a body structure that's so versatile that I can wear what I want to wear, hahaha! My dad always reminds me of how I will get bigger when I reach my 20's and things will never be the same again as my tummy will bloat along with my thighs and my face. Oh, why is the world so unfair? Why is the world so full of imperfections? hahaha! Oh well, I just have to stop going to fast food chains and start eating healthy
 ( As if ). My lifestyle's so "polluted" everything I is intoxicating. hahahaha! Anyway, how do you like my version of street fashion? :)

March 19, 2014

Be different in different ways! :)

This outfit is so gay but masculine in every way! I mean things can go together at the same time like being an elite at the same time being poor (One of the arguements that us co-workers argue about). Its really how you perceive things that counts. If it so happen that you're two things at the same time, then go ahead do live you're life. I am an example of a juggler, I'm a student, an employee, a blogger, a partyphile and a hopeless romantic ( Sinali talaga ang hopeless romantic? hahaha! ). If you think that sticking to one personality is enough for you to prosper in this world, then think again! Be different, in different ways! Dont be just you, be someone better than who you are. I'm just being very spontaneous here, I honestly don't know what to write about this outfit so I'm blabbering about things that's can be related to my first sentence. Anyway, how do you like the "Masculine but at the same time gay" outfit? :)