Here’s a quick rundown of my top posts for the year!
- Diet for Climate: How your food choices can mitigate climate change > Yes, what you eat has an impact on the climate.
- No Straw! No Straw! > I said it before and I’ll say it again, just ditch the straw – use your mouth, sip then gulp. Easy, right? This post also talks about the issue of waste management in the Philippines.
- Minimalist Me: Clothes > Lesser clothes? Why not. Don’t give in to fast fashion.
- IFOAM-Asia Organic Youth Forum: Our Journey through Mindanao > Got to see the organic movement in Mindanao firsthand. And it’s inspiring.
- Musings on the ALGOA Organic Foundation Course > Organic Agriculture 101 in Korea!
- Minimalist Me: Food > “Minimalism is about mindfulness. Being mindful about the food we put in our bodies is something we should strive for. We should change the mindset that eating healthy is a punishment or is a way of robbing yourself of the good stuff because it’s not.”
- Minimalist Me: Shoes > “How many pairs of shoes do you have?”
- Minimalist Me: Books > Nothing beats reading an actual book but admittedly, digital books can be very convenient.
- Tech for Agri, Tech for Good > How can technology contribute to sustainable agriculture?
- Hating on Veggies > Train your taste buds to eat good food because you’re not supposed to hate on veggies.
Whether it’s due to right timing, the topic, extra effort in sharing, or sheer luck, here’s a roundup of my posts with the most views this year. Yay!
10. Teachers Undergo Creative DRR Workshop – This is our HANDs! action plan focusing on creative DRR. What is HANDs? Check out number 9!
9. HANDs! Project: Looking back and looking forward – An account of my experience in Phuket, Thailand and Kobe, Japan as a fellow of HANDs! Project which is a research fellowship on disaster and environmental education.
8. Re-visiting Vietnam – Travel thoughts about my quick trip to Ho Chi Minh.
7. Filipino Youth Beyond Paris (and yes, youth pa rin ako) – This is about a climate change conference I attended. Or a desperate claim that I’m still young.
6. Advocating for ecological agriculture and mindful consumption – Thanks again, Rappler, for giving me the opportunity to share my advocacy.
5. SuperAdobe Construction with Super Volunteers – A fun volunteering experience.
4. Part of the Horde – To my dismay, I bought my first smartphone.
3. A Plastic Tale – Campaigning against plastic waste.
2. SenseCampPH zeroes in on Sustainable and Livable Cities – This year, we organized the first ever SenseCamp in the Philippines.
1. No longer the Baguio we used to know – Baguio, my hometown, is one of the favorite tourist destinations in the county. It’s sad how it turned to what it is now.