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30 Times Zuprome Says 'Thank You'

As part of the 30 Day Blogging Challenge, today I will thanking 30 people/things/anything-I-like for whatever-reason-I-know. If it sounds a bit crazy, well, it is. 

Zuprome says thank you to these 30 people/group/things/technologies/whatever-it-is for helping me survive each day of my life and as a blogger in Zuprome. My sincerest gratitude to you, my fellow mates and partners in crime.

1. UP Cebu

To my alma mater, thank you for teaching me all the random things in this world. With you, I wouldn’t be able to meet the crazy people of my life and I am most grateful of accepting me in your university. I hope, at the end of the day, it’s not just me who’s always proud of you. Mayta ikaw sad nako.

2. Family

To my Mama, Lola and everyone who have always been on my side no matter what happened, thank you for believing in me. Thank you for helping me become what I am and owe every success I got to all of you. I will do my best to make you proud of me.

3. Sunset Drive

My home for about seven years or such, you have definitely witnessed how I become what I am. To my friends and people who listened to my countless stories of love, frustrations and life adventures, I’m so grateful to have you, guys. It was a crazy and exciting ride to where I am now!

4. Fairytail

To my college friends, I will be blogging about us in the coming days. Thank you for accepting me in our group and telling me how I stupid I become at times. You girls are the best!

5. Creative Republiq

To the best creative agency in the Visayas, thank you for welcoming me into the team! I’ll strive to become the best of what I can be. Let’s keep rocking the world!


To the premiere university-based UP Cebu-based creative writing organization I founded some years back, thank you for making me proud of your achievements today! I’ll soon be blogging them here. 

7. UP Cookout

To the most awaited historical event in UP Cebu, I’ll continue to write each year as long as I can. I’ll definitely love to go back to where I came from and improve their online presence! It’s an honor to be part of this event in the best way I can.

8. Cebu

To the home of the best people I know, thank you for sharing your stories to this neophyte blogger right here. Without you, there wouldn’t be any Zuprome right now. You are the reason why I write.

9. Carcar

To my hometown 40-kilometers from where I stay most of my days in Lahug, thank you for nurturing me into what I am. You’ve been my home for the past years of my life and you life me what life is.

10. Blogger

To this blogging platform I currently use, thank you for allowing me to share this stories to others. Without you, I might end up writing somewhere else.

11. Unsplash

To home of the best copyright-free images, thank you for filling my empty pages with vibrant and exciting images! To all the photographers who contributed, please accept my sincerest appreciation and gratitude.


To the world’s easiest design creator, thank you for allowing me to create great images in no time! You are a savior to this blogger who doesn’t know much of the world’s best tools.

13. Instagram

To one of the home’s of world’s greatest photos, thank you for allowing me to embed your great images to my site. You saved me a million times already!

14. Facebook

To the best thing that ever happened in the recent years, thank you for giving me a job. You are the reason why I’m still employed today.

15. Twitter

To the place where I can easily search news and rant random things, thank you for allowing me to speak my mind. Thank you for connecting me to the rest of the world, too.

16. Google+

To that one place where I personally admire its intellectual community, thank you for creating such a space for bloggers like me. Dear Google+, continue to generate quality backlinks to my posts, please.

17. Adobe Photoshop

While I am no master of your capability, thank you for allowing me to create some of the tasks I can’t do without you. I hope to know more about you.

18. Google Drive

To the place where I write all my blog posts, thank you for keeping my files safe and easy to share online. You are a savior to this neophyte blogger.

19. Playbuzz

Your amazing capability to create instant surveys is superb! You’re keeping my blog alive and as engaging as possible. Thank you for making this happen!

20. Youtube

Thank you for being a home to some billions of videos I can just simply embed on my blog to make it more engaging to my readers. You are awesome!

21. My Laptop

Without you, I am nothing. Seriously.

22. Internet

You, too. I am nothing without you. 

23. Tablet

You are my gadget-in-crime. You know where I go and you know what I do. Please let us keep this a secret. Thank you for everything. I hope not to lose you anytime soon.

24. Music Speaker

While writing this blog post, and the rest of the previous blog post, thank you for keeping my mind sane. You motivate me to weave more words and that I may be able to continue inspiring people through my words while listening to you.

25. Spotify

Free legal music is now in our hands. Thank you for making that happen, Spotify. Without you, I wouldn’t be able to listen to zen music that surely helped me a lot.

26. Vispop

Thank you for the quality Cebuano music. You but me back to my sensibilities and Cebuano roots. Continue to have more seasons of Vispop and let me know how I can help you. I’m more than willing to promote your music to my friends both online and offline.

27. My Readers (If There Are)

Do you even exist? If yes, just message me personally. I don’t know if I even have one reader who regularly checks my blog.

28. Goy

Thank you for helping me achieve the best of what I can be. You are more awesome than this guy who wishes the best for you.

29. 30 Day Blogging Co-Participants

To all of you, congratulations! We made it this far and let’s aim for gold. May we be all successful in our blogging careers and bring more success to the Cebu Blogging Community.

30. Cebu Blogging Community

You accepted me despite being a neophyte blogger with no direction. I will always be grateful of your gesture and I will always be proud of you. Thank you for everything! 

If you haven’t created a ‘Thank You’ list yet, go ahead and make one. It’s fun!

(Note: This is an entry for Day 27 of 30 Day Blogging Challenge organized by Cebu Blogging Community from October 1-30, 2015. #iBlogforCBC #iBlogforCebu #CBCLevelUp #CBC30DayChallenge #GratitudeAttitude)


  1. 27. Yes there are. Count me in.haha

    cheers from:


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