5 Things in February

Friday, 6 March 2020

 Brunei Blogger and Instagrammer at the Bruneians Read event
My February was packed. 


As soon as I finished my internship, I jumped into filming almost every day. 7AM Starts for a 10AM Shoot that lasts till the evening sometimes. I'm dolled up daily but rarely do I have photos to prove it. Just hours of footage not released till April. 

I'm getting ahead of myself though. 

Here's how February went.

 RTB Future Wave Host in Brunei

1. STARTED FILMING AS A PRESENTER


Since the first week of February, I've been shooting almost every day for RTB's upcoming show. This is my first job as a host and it's so exciting. I meet cool people and chat about their lives. Have I been nervous on camera? Not really, and I thank everyone in the crew for that.

2. P.S I STILL LOVE YOU


John Ambrose deserves better. There, I said it.

My sister and I watched the 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' sequel, and here's the thing. It's a typical Teen Romance for this generation. I both like it and don't. A Schrodinger's film. I'll probably never watch it again but I'll definitely watch the next one coming one.

Also, #TeamJohnAmbrose

3. I'M IN A NISSAN COMMERCIAL?!

Yes, yes I am.

It's been a while since I've done commercial work, probably very rusty. But when I got the offer to do the shoot, I jumped in excitement. I also jumped cause I don't drive. My first time driving ever is now in cinemas. Oh well...

You can see the Nissan Commercial here!

4. READING ON MY KINDLE

I was once anti-ebooks but now, I've grown to really enjoy them. Since picking up my Kindle again, I've 3 e-books including Harleen (2019), a graphic novel - which I highly recommend for Harley Quinn fans. For this upcoming long-haul flight, I'm definitely going to bring it as company.

5. CONSTELLATIONS: ELEMENTS OF THE NIGHT 

Bruneians Read hosted a book club and of course, I went.

Its theme was all about the Starry Night, filled with chats about books, ice-breakers, and my sticky Honey Garlic stained fingers. For the first time in a long time, it felt like I could talk about books with people who liked books too, our opinions clashing only occasionally.

How was your February?


with love,
Bash Harry

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