Book Review: Paano ba to?! How to Survive Growing Up by Bianca Gonzalez

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This book also has free stickers which makes it more awesome!

So, I’m not really a Bianca Gonzalez fan however I do admire her especially after I attended the PANAF 2014 seminar last year. Her speech was about “How to be a Better Me in the Digital World”. What she said was really helpful and I learned a lot of tips from her including things that you should be careful of when posting online to engaging in conversations. After her amazing and informative speech it made me more aware of what I post online and I got to know a lot more about the do’s and dont’s of social media especially since I still consider myself a newbie at blogging even though I’ve had this blog for 2 years now. *lol

I didn’t buy the book just because of Bianca though, but because I was struggling with anxiety. Since graduation is coming soon i’am very stressed whether i’d make it or not. My schedule is horrible and school works are getting difficult especially thesis so i’m in a lot of pressure. I was trying to find something that would cheer me up, I tried searching for positive quotes, watching my favorite movie but none of them worked. So i’m really glad that I found this book since it tackles everything from school, family, and being the best version of yourself. It made me realize that i’m not the only one experiencing certain problems like being insecure because someone is better at what I do, having low self-esteem and personal relationships. I could relate to the topics a lot and there are pages where you can write your goals, dream job and things that will help you envision your future which i love! I also bought it because of Abbey Sy, she’s one of my fave letterers and I’ve been following her blog ever since 2010. So there are a lot of reasons on why I bought the book and it was worth every penny.

After reading this book, I felt a little clear about my life and my goals. I’m very thankful that Bianca was able to write this and share some tips and advice in this amazing book. Kudos, Ms. Bianca Gonzalez! tumblr_inline_mjs0bfOWcn1qdlkyg

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