Thursday, October 31, 2019

iOS 13.2 Released - Most Stable Version of iOS 13 Yet

Yow Yow Yow!

iOS 13's latest update has been released -13.2

Lots of stability, emojis and cool beans spilling-out.

Apple's Key Notes on this release:

iOS 13.2 introduces Deep Fusion, an advanced image processing system that uses the A13 Bionic Neural Engine to capture images with dramatically better texture, detail, and reduced noise in lower light, on ‌iPhone 11‌, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Additional features include updated and additional emoji, Announce Messages for ‌AirPods‌, support for ‌AirPods Pro‌, ‌HomeKit‌ Secure Video, ‌HomeKit‌ enabled routers, and new ‌Siri‌ privacy settings. This update also contains bug fixes and improvements. 

Camera - Deep Fusion for ‌iPhone 11‌, ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌, and ‌iPhone 11 Pro Max‌ uses the A13 Bionic Neural Engine to capture multiple images at various exposures, run a pixel-by-pixel analysis, and fuse the highest quality parts of the images together resulting in photos with dramatically better texture, details, and reduced noise, especially for mid to low light scenes - Ability to change the video resolution directly from the Camera app for ‌iPhone 11‌, ‌iPhone 11 Pro‌, and ‌iPhone 11 Pro Max‌ 

Emoji - Over 70 new or updated emoji, including animals, food, activities, new accessibility emoji, gender neutral emoji, and skin tones selection for couple emoji 

‌AirPods‌ support - Announce Messages with ‌Siri‌ to read your incoming messages aloud to your ‌AirPods‌ - ‌AirPods Pro‌ support 

Home App - ‌HomeKit‌ Secure Video enables you to privately capture, store, and view encrypted video from your security cameras and features people, animal, and vehicle detection - ‌HomeKit‌ enabled routers put you in control of what your ‌HomeKit‌ accessories communicate with over the internet or in your home 

‌Siri‌ - Privacy settings to control whether or not to help improve ‌Siri‌ and Dictation by allowing Apple to store audio of your ‌Siri‌ and Dictation interactions - Option to delete your ‌Siri‌ and Dictation history from ‌Siri‌ Settings 

This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements. This update: - Fixes an issue that may prevent passwords from autofilling in 3rd party apps - Resolves an issue that may prevent the keyboard from appearing when using Search - Addresses an issue where swipe to go home might not work on iPhone X and later - Fixes an issue where Messages would only send a single notification when the option to repeat alerts was enabled - Addresses an issue where Messages may display a phone number instead of a contact name - Resolves an issue that caused Contacts to launch to the previously opened contact instead of the contact list - Fixes an issue that may prevent Markup annotations from being saved - Resolves an issue where saved notes could temporarily disappear - Fixes an issue where iCloud Backup might not successfully complete after tapping Backup Now in Settings - Improves performance when using AssistiveTouch to activate App Switcher

It's around 4GB... so, go ahead and hit the software update button on your iDevices.


Sunday, October 27, 2019

The Case Of The Angry Walker

Sunday slowdown.

Ain't nice swinging your feet, at home.


Snacking. Letting time pass - stress-free

Minding your own business

While the world gets to transcend from noontime

to sunset...

And you, feeling every bit of satisfaction.

Like wowsers after wowsers

Until you get to be binge-watching

To Insatiable because Patty Bladell is just

freakinly awesome.

Like there's no forever.

Wordsmith... you get to to say to yourself

Nahhh, just letting time fly


Happy Sunday!!!

billymacdeus' poetry ®

Saturday, October 19, 2019

AirPods - Is It Worth To Grab One?

Simula nang maging uso ang bluetooth headset at wireless earphones, specifically - AirPods... naging parang statement of fashion na ito. It appears that you look "cool" when you're wearing one of those wireless earphones.

Besides that point, wearing those (or say - using those) would let you experience a world of "Ahhhhhhh" moments whenever you'd listen to music or podcast, or simply using it to receive or make a phone call on your mobile device.

Based from UX (user experience) and reviews - the crystal clear sound it produces is like a devouring feast for the ears; a pleasant experience - an impressive one, you would like to have it again and again.

Yep, so the main grabber, why it's now a de facto to use AirPods is because of the sound quality.

Just like the Animoji below, it depicts the happy face of wearing a wireless earphone without the hassle of tangled wires - (welp, I made this Animoji using the iMessage app from the iPhone).

Animoji wearing AirPods made from iOS 13

There are several factors that we have to consider before deciding if you need to go wireless.... The three tips below should help you decide if you're on the threshold of buying or not - if you still have second thoughts

AirPods ranges 9000 - 14,000 PHP as of October 2019 (with Wireless Charging Case)

1. Can you afford the price?
I am just being blunt. Direct to the point kumbaga, since this should be the major factor when grabbing a pair of AirPods. If it's within your means and your budget allows you to - then go ahead and buy.

But if you're just going to use your credit card and allow yourself to fall in the fake usage of purchasing power... I think you should try stepping back and decide wholeheartedly.

2. Are you careful enough?
These quite miniature sets of gadgets can be easily lost and stolen. From statistics of lost AirPods, it's roughly around 35% of the pie because of carelessness from owners.
I for one, I'm kind of vulnerable when taking care of these types of belongings. Possibly, it would take me two weeks before I would lose it due to forgetfulness or simply because I'm not paying attention enough.

So, make up your mind - are you always self-aware of your gadgets and obsessed to always care for them? - If you are that type, the go ahead please.

3. Usability or Entertainment?
At the beginning of this article, I pointed out being "cool", one wearing AirPods - but does that really your driver in purchasing one?

Shouldn't you reflect if there's a "need" to buy one? How often do you use wireless earphone? Are you always on the go with a plugged-earphones? Are you constantly on FaceTime or talking on the phone?

If the opposite goes that you rarely use earphones and still prefer to use your mobile phone holding it near your ear, then you already know the answer.

Bottomline? It's still you who'd decide. Goodluck!!!! 



Oh lips... 
So tender
Allow me to gently
kiss.. That sparkling gloss
to let me feel
the warmth of
your breath that
I wish to hear
To let my heart
in your ear...
Music of
solemn praise
Reaching to your
Vibrating to your mind
Until such time
That the waves
Of intensity
Shall be
In unison to mine
Where I can
Finally touch you
And embrace you
While we lose
In to
the oblivion
Of eternal passion...

billymacdeus' poetry ®

a blogpost throwback
drawing credits to @kasiqjungwoo (instagram)

Just Before Dreamland

Before i drift into slumber
Memories of not so long ago flashing,
On my vision, blurry now..
Almost my eyes would totally close
to sleep
But in between those blinks
I knew i smiled
For i saw your face smiling
But sleep keeps on pulling me
Although i wanted to still see
You, even in fragments
On my tired mind
Trying to prolong
The fleeting encounter
But what can i do?
My arms flailed tenderly
And slowly it stopped
And my eyes are closed now.
Yet in my consciousness
You are there,
Smiling back at me again...
And i knew my lips too,
Managed to smile back at you
And so at that fraction of a second
When our eyes locked
With each other -
That's when i knew
I went off
In entering dreamland.
With me is the calmness
For i know,
that when i
Wake up, and return to sleep
to rest...
I shall see you again.

... Just before dreamland

billymacdeus' poetry ®

a blogpost throwback
drawing credits to @apple (instagram)

Thursday, October 17, 2019

What Makes A Heart Love Again?

What Makes a Heart Love Again?

It's not because you were tired of being your own friend;
to dine alone
or drive alone
and speak in silence to appreciate the beauty of nature you passed by

It's because you enjoy each other's company;
both done sipping your own coffee and unknowingly it's almost midnight
both shared the talk with wit and laughter, as you have been together before,
like an old friend catching up to each other...

They said, it's the simple things
that truly matters with the heart

I would say, it's the language of the heart
that determines to advance further,
to pursue another step;
beyond friendship
beyond the mutual feelings

I believe it's also the development stage --
from being friends to that special moment of bliss just being with her,
or that indescribable magical effect
that a person has experienced - since the ancient days,
for love has been there;
before, back then...
way back in the beginning of time
And it's the same air of happiness --
shared by mutually agreeing souls,
that when their eyes locked to each other,
it's as if the same wavelength travels back and forth...
aligned, understanding each other's eyes
even when
no words

billymacdeus' poetry ®

drawing credits to @titomerello (instagram)
blogpost throwback

Monday, October 14, 2019

Monday Awww!

Dropping by on your feed with this!

my first thought... it was an extended - bought-from-the-store ear extender, just like those costume you put on dogs and cats.

but then... after zooming in to see the details, they got really HUGE ears. Them bunnies.

image courtesy of reddit/aww

Friday, October 11, 2019

Hulyo Beinte-Siyete

Araw ng kaarawan ng iyong kawan,
Araw din ng kaarawan ko sa bayan,
Isang daan at limang taong Iningatan,
Anim na taon akong ginabayan.

Dumating na ang araw ng pasalamat,
Hinintay ito ng bawat hinirang mong tapat.
Bagama't kami'y hindi karapat-dapat,
O, Diyos, hinango Mo kaming lahat.

Nagdanas ng mabibigat na suliranin,
Nagpasan ng iba't ibang saloobin.
Ika'y napaka buti sa amin
Sapagka't kami ay iniibig Mo pa rin.
Bagamat kami'y nagkulang at nagkasala,
Ipinaranas Mo pa rin ang mga pagpapala't biyaya,
Kung minsan ma'y mawalan ng pag-asa,

Iyong pinalalakas kami, pinasisigla.
Hindi lingid Sa'yo ang hangarin ng bawat puso,
Sa kabila ng karumihan ay pinagtitiisan Mo.
Sa lahat ng paulit-ulit naming mga pangako,
Nilinis, ginawa mong marapat mga hirang Mo.

Ngayo'y matagumpay ang Iglesia na iyong bayan!
Ibinabalik namin Sa'yo ang lahat ng kapurihan!
Kami'y Iyong lingkod na walang kabuluhan
Nguni't dahil Sa'yo kami'y tapat na lumalaban.
Tulad ng ginto, kami'y dapat maging dalisay,
Ipinararaan Mo kami sa malakas na apoy ng buhay,
Pagtatagumpayan namin ang lahat ng sakit at lumbay,

Upang kami sa iyo ay laging magtumibay.
Dumating man ang malalakas na alon,
Kami ay patuloy na makakaahon.
Pangako namin ito sa'yo, Panginoon,
Hindi sasayangin ang kahalalan na aming baon.

Ano man ang mangyari maglilingkod hanggang sa wakas!
Ano man ang mangyari maglilingkod hangga't may lakas!
Ano man ang mangyari, kahit ano ang madanas,
Tapat na maglilingkod kahit luha sa aming mukha ay bumakas. 

Mananataling tapat ang mga hinirang mo
Sapagka't sa'yo lamang namin matatamo
Ang buhay na sa amin ay iyong ipinangako
Buhay na walang hanggang diyan sa piling Mo.

Mawala na ang lahat sa amin, o, Ama!
H'wag lamang ang pag-ibig at Iyong awa.
Sa amin ay h'wag Ka sanang magsasawa
Na pakaingatan kami sa tuwi-tuwina.
Salamat, Ama, sa walang sawang pagmamahal!
Nakikita mo ang aming pagpapagal,
Sa tulong mo, kami'y tumatagal,
Kaming mga hinirang na iyong inihalal.

guest post by Lanz Aidan

Thursday, October 10, 2019

New 2019 Coins In PH / Mga Bagong Coins Sa Pilipinas (5-Peso and 20-Peso Coins)


BSP Officially Announced These New Coins Circulation

Daming ganap lately sa bansa natin.

Eto pa ang isang pasabog - ang mga bagong Philippine Peso coins, that will start circulating this coming December 2019.

Tama naman na baguhin nila ang kasalukuyang 5-peso coin; aba'y halos titigan kong maigi kung limang piso nga ba ang hawak ko o piso la'ang. O di man kaya, baka isang piso ang naibigay ko sa kahera at 'yun naman pala ay limang piso.

Nakakalito diba? Ewan ko ba kung ako lang ang nagkakaroon ng second glance whenever I'm trying to count my 1 peso or 5 peso coins. At kung sino man ang nakaisip sa BSP na halos magkasing-itsura ang limang piso at isang piso, maaari kong isisi na wala siyang common sense.

Pero eto na nga, ang good news. 'Yung limang piso mapapalitan na ng parang flower-shaped coin para di nakakalito.

At nakakalungkot mang sabihin, ang 20 peso bill ay magiging coin na. Sakit sa bangs at sa bulsa - eh, di mas bibigat ang coin purse? Or kakalansing nang kakalansing ang bulsa dahil macoconvert ang isang papel sa isang metal. Welp, what can I say...

Let's see how it goes. Parang traffic lang, masasanay rin.


12/23/2019 updates based on BSP (Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas)

  • From the looks of the new 5-peso coin, mas maayos na ito para less hassle in distinguishing it from the 1-peso coin and 10-peso coin

  • The 20-peso coin is definitely a win because of its distinctive shade or color. 
New 20-Peso Coin

  • So, basically - magiging dalwa ang 20 pesos natin, ung existing na papel na bente at etong bagong 20-peso coin.

  • Ang mga lumang coins na ginagamit ngaun ay puede pang gamitin as per BSP hanggat di sila naglalabas ng memorandum of demonetization.

para sa karagdagang impormasyon - bisitahin ang link na ito mula sa BSP Coins FAQs


PS: Image courtesy of reddit/philippines at salamat sa trusted friend ko sa BSP.

Cooking with Mantika

Sinong nakakarelate dito? Nyahahahaha!

Hirap nga namang matalsikan ng mainit na mantika. But scrutinizing further the image, I think it's too much of a protection? Too OA? Bwahahahahaha!

(image courtesy of Reddit)

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Pinoy Commuter Problems (Part 1)

(personal experience)

No, this isn't a rant. I just hope I can share with utmost eloquence, of how a daily commuter's experience is, in this country - the Philippines. I hope I could put into perfect words to paint a picture that evokes with feelings, harrowing feelings of how a person commuting within Metro Manila (and greater Manila area) would carry such a burden so hopeless -  on a daily basis going to work, running an errand, going to school, or even just visiting a place; and then experiencing the same thing again - going back home.

Sadyang napakasaklap, 'ika nga.


Mid June 2003. The rainy season was just starting to set off. It was my first experience of Manila on my own. I travelled via bus from the province going to Sampaloc Manila. To look for a job, to make a living and to help out putting bread on the table. I was a bedspacer along Reten Street - one of the crowded, bustling with people streets in Sampaloc area; where the Espana is just a walking distance - tanaw agad ang UST; where Recto, Quiapo, Taft, Quezon Boulevard, Divisoria and so on, and so on - are just a jeep away. If I'm not mistaken it was only 5 pesos back then - one way fare from Bustillos going to San Sebastian Church where the jeepney driver would park within the area and trace back its route again for another cycle of servicing commuters - a normal, not and ordinary scene of a common Pinoy living in the metro.

Those were my first-hand experiences of jeepney riding; Yes, it was in Sampaloc-Quiapo-Manila area. Not to mention the normal snatching "dukot" scenes where you just shrug it off and pity the victim in the back of your head while you move on and get lost again in your train of thought on your daily commute.

I landed a job in Makati sometime July. With this, I had my first take of LRT, I would take the Central Terminal station (close to SM Manila) then drop off at Edsa station. Then transfer to Taft station of MRT to finally get off at Ayala Station (believe it or not - it was my first time too in MRT). That was my daily routine back then - my exposure to the public transport system of Metro Manila. It was then president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo who was reigning.

Commuting back then, daily is uncomfortable. I didn't have any choice. I have to deal with it.

Polusyon (lalo pag walang aircon ang LRT/MRT) at trapik
Iba't-ibang amoy.
Patak ng ulan (lalo't walang cover ang jeep).

Oo nakakapagod, nakakahapo. Nakakawalang gana. Siguro - hindi ko alintana noon ang mga iyon. Game lang. Ganyan talaga eh - umaasa na balang araw, magbabago ang lahat. Uunlad, magkakaroon ng mas kumportableng paraan ng pagcommute.

Mula Sep 2003 at bago mag 3rd quarter ng 2009, maka-ilang beses akong nalipat-lipat ng tirahan. bed-space, solo room, apartment, etc. Napunta ako sa Quiapo, Bustillos, Recto, Malibay Pasay, Evangelista Makati. Na try ko ring mag work sa Ortigas Center (along Emerald Avenue), sa Mall of Asia (halos wala pang mga establishment at madaming tao noon dun) - ano pa't lahat ng iyon, naranasan ko subalit everytime I commute - mapaJeep, FX, Van, MRT, LRT, bus, metered taxi (wala pang Uber at Grab noon), ganoon pa rin ang siste - walang nabago.

Mas lumala; nag multiply pa nga, naging intense.

Polusyon (lalo pag walang aircon ang LRT/MRT) at trapik
Iba't-ibang amoy.
Patak ng ulan (lalo't walang cover ang jeep).

Dumagdag ang mas mahabang biyahe - mas madaming oras na ginugugol sa pagcommute habang tinitiis ang mga nasa itaas.

Kawawang pinoy. (Sa isang normal na Pinoy - yung karaniwang mamamayan). Kahabag-habag.

Fast Forward...

1st Week of October 2019, I tried to commute from Cavite going to Edsa, via bus; then MRT - dropping at Ortigas station; then Grab going to Pasig Cyberpark...


(to be continued)

Saturday, October 05, 2019

Oreo - Ewan Ko Anong Tawag Dito (Comments Please!)

I don't know what's this called... (yes the picture below).

Is it Oreo Iced Cream?
Oreo Iced Drop? (makaluma ahahaha!)
Oreo Iced Stick? (mas luma!!! hahahah!)
Oreo Popsicle? (Ewan ko talaga!)

Kanina kase, I passed by Mercury Drug to grab a drink - because my water bottle is empty therefore I felt the urge to get a bottle of H20 but ended up grabbing an Apple Juice.

Am About to go to the counter to pay when suddenly within my peripheral vision I saw the shades of deep blues compartmentalised in to small rectangles from the see-through ref of Mercury Drug where iced-creams, and the likes were displayed.

As I came to a closer look, I saw Oreo-labeled rectangular shaped ala Magnum sized items. I grabbed one and didn't mind further what it was.

As you can see on the packaging, it's just OREO with nothing else to depict what it could be. Pero sa isip ko, I thought it's the same like Magnum Ice Cream Sticks. So siyempre dahlia mejo mainit ang panahon kanina, I was craving to taste an ice cream flavoured Oreo.

At di naman ako nagkamali... masarap siya! Lasang Oreo (LMAO!!!!) Siempre naman, Oreo 'yung tatak. Pero TBH and seriously speaking, ansarap niyaaaaaaaahhh. (incidentally putting the "ahhhhh" for you to imagine how satisfying it is on the taste, texture, and after feeling of swallowing a bite of this Oreo-nique kind of dessert bar.

Welp, what can I say? I've a new favourite. It's pricey though, it's 61 PHP (more than $1)... What's goodie about it? It crumbles like the real Oreo biscuits, it's like you're eating an Oreo biscuit that's sooper soft to the taste while you get to feel the effect of dunkin an Oreo biscuit in a warm milk. Nasabi kong warm milk dahil whenever I'm dunkin my Oreos I make it a point it's a warm milk para mabilis siyang lumambot. (Nyahahahaha!)

So, parang ganun 'tong Oreo Ice Drop na to - malambot siya pag kinain kalit kagagaling lang sa ref. I think you should try it and compare your experience as opposed to Magnum Ice Cream.

If the Oreo PH team is reading this, please ascertain what's the proper naming - so when I get to ask from a sales person's perspective I can immediately put a name of what I wanted to buy. Yun Lang.

~ billymacdeus

Coco Martea, Recommended MilkTea House

While the rest of the milk tea houses offer different "pakulo" and hype to garner following, Coco Martea in my opinion is one of its kind.

Backstory: the word "tea" is quite "gasgas" word in lieu to milk tea small business in Ph; we have some amazing and creative minds of pinoy by incorporating "tea" as part of their milktea business name. To name a few... we have these:

Bon AppeTea 

Coco Martea is kind of a pop culture name for a milk tea house because it was derived from Coco Martin - a hotshot, famed local actor in the local showbusiness. I chuckled the first time I heard it from my friend, who's been recommending to try this milk tea. It was the same train of thought that I laughed out loud when I first heard - the names of small businesses i passed by along the streets in Cavite and Las Piñas Piñas. There's this - "Manok ni Kuya", "Itlog ni Kuya", and when I saw Coco Martea... I was thinking in the back of my mind that it's either the owner is a huge fan of Coco Martin or could be an extension of Coco Martin's own Milk Tea Entrerprise.

While Pinoys get to have a slice of the pie in being a milk tea fan, I can't discount the fact to advise that a person should not just indulge in having milk teas everyday but to ensure, a proper qualifying stats should be established to achieve a better experience when sipping a great tasting Milk Tea.

I'm no milk tea aficionado, but for the sake of helping small businesses in promoting their brand and increase awareness in forming habits for a greater good, I decided to finally visit Coco Martea.

Pero bago natin pag-usapan ang experience ko about Coco Martea's cheesecake milk tea, let me share my limited knowledge and mga natikman ko nang mag milk tea brands:

Nagsimula lahat ito nung niyaya ako ng tropa ko sa Gongcha - it was my first taste of milk tea and I was taken aback because the recommended "milk milk tea" flavour is oozing with so much coziness inside my mouth as I devour this freakin amazingly prepared milk tea kuno. Didn't expect that I get to  go back for it and crave for more.

Because Gongcha is barely accessible from my home, my quick fix in cravings was tended by our neighbor Milk Tea House - ProsperiTea - whenever I get to feel the need to sip some milktea, I drop at that place and order their chocolate RSC biggie.

To cut the chase, nung natikman ko na ang Coco Martea Cheesecake Milktea (one of their basics), I almost choked because of two things:

1. My memories of sipping Gongcha Milkmilk Tea called to mind rushing suddenly
2. I can't believe @ 85 Pesos (yes! it came already with hi-grade pearls/tapioca) - this deliciously affordable milk tea is cheap compared to other brands where price ranges to 120 to 140.

To emphasise its affordable price, the 85 pesos is the tallest size; I can say.. based on my taste buds that the ingredients they used is pleasing to the tongue and could invoke memories of good tidings in your mind.

Price List As of October 2019 (may vary overtime)

I was then inspired to write this to let the internet and milk tea fanboys out there that Coco Martea is quite perfect to the taste and is easy on the wallet. I guess you can have your daily fix of milk tea by just dropping by to one of their outlets and grab your suitable flavour.

Coco Martea's Facebook Page


Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Where To Buy Affordable White V-Neck Shirts?

Last Sunday, I was in a haste running to church to fulfil my duty in the choir. And nooo!, of all the things I shouldn't forget, it's my white V-neck shirt. I only realised that when I was already inside the compound of the church.

This white shirt is an important undergarment similar to how you wear your briefs or boxers. So how did I miss it? Initially, I was planning to change inside the dressing room  but because of "I-missed-to-pick-it-up" that shirt in a hurry on my way out of the house, I ended up thinking of a quick fix.

Mentally, I calculated that it will cost me 20 minutes to return back home, which will definitely fail me to attend the choir because I'm gonna end up late by then. I only got 15 minutes before the drill starts.

Trying my luck while saying a bit of prayer - I went straight to "palengke", the nearby town's market (a brisk walk of 2 minutes) and asked the saleslady to get me a White V-Neck shirt real quick.

While handing down my payment, there were three things I immediately reflected:

1. The White V-Neck Shirt with a brand "Kentucky" is the the cheapest I've laid my hands on to. It's only 130 Pesos.
- I'm a frequent buyer of V-Neck Shirts and I normally get a price range of 250 to 350 bucks in malls. And those are already the cheapest, but I couldn't believe this gleaming clean white shirt gets me a really nice deal. So I would suggest, if you're reading this and you need white undershirt next time, go and grab Kentucky in your local market.

2. Kentucky - Yes, It's a brand made in the Philippines!
- As the picture depicts, it is really made in our bayang sinilangan. As I get to feel the fabric, the whiteness and tenderness - I knew the quality is passed my taste. I am familiar with this brand but I wasn't expecting this to be so cheap in price and it's readily available - town markets of PH.

3. My moving forward go-to-place when buying my next sets of V-Neck Shirts would be to patronize our own. It's within my reach, it's not a mediocre quality (in fact, I like the texture and its shade of white) plus, it's helping our fellow citizens grow their business. 
Even in non-enormous ways of promoting this, at least, or in the very least, we get to help out our homegrown businessmen in the country.

Thanks for reading. Hey, if you're enjoying my blog, go ahead and like my page in FB if you haven't done so.


Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Apple Watch October Challenge

Here's for another month challenge. October it is!!!

Posting this that'll serve as a reminder to put more conviction in achieving this before the month ends.

If you're wondering how I did fare last September, check this link for a surprise.


I finally got my October Award. Thought I ain't bagging it due to limited exercise time and place but no excuses can hinder if you are willing to overcome and achieve.